Snettisham won the October award and pictured with James Pollard and Gordon Chilvers are Mark Lloyd and manager Liam Kerr.

FOOTBALL: Fifteen proved to be a lucky number for RB Trucks North West Norfolk League leaders Snettisham on Saturday.

Danny Jezeph took his season’s tally to 33 as he plundered six goals in a 15-0 romp at AFC Lynn Napier Reserves to open a 15-point lead at the top of the table.

Jordan Penty got a hat-trick and Kenny Rushton weighed in with a pair. The rest of the goals were shared by Stuart Deadman, Scott Deadman, Andy Stables and Tom Rushton. 

Napier’s man of the match was David Liddell, who epitomised the ‘never-say-die’ attitude of Napier.

Referee Shane Watte kept the game going in challenging windy conditions.

The table is tight behind the leaders with six teams separated by just two points. 

Steve Reeve and Kodie Turvey struck to give Heacham Reserves a 2-0 win at Birchwood, moving them up to third spot, while Joe Collison and Harry Sands claimed a couple of goals each in Dersingham Rovers Reserves’ 6-2 win against Ingoldisthorpe. Dane Hipkin and Curtis Sharpe were also on the scoresheet.

Only two games were played in Division Two but the winning sides both enjoyed rattling in a nap-hand. Docking Rangers moved up to third place thanks to a 5-3 win against West Winch William Burt. Michael Wood 2, Ryan Bateson, Barry Chilvers and Daniel Kerry found the way to goal for the hosts with the responses coming from Jay Branham, Stuart Tucker and Chris Yaxley.

Meanwhile, David Robinson got a treble for Terrington Tigers Reserves as they climbed out of the bottom two with a 5-2 win at basement side Ingoldisthorpe Reserves. Sean Copeland and Wayne Mitchell scored the others, while Dean Mayes got a double for the home team.

West Winch Reserves hauled themselves away from trouble in Division Three with a 9-0 rout of bottom club Hungate Rovers. 

Substitute Corey Brady scored a quickfire treble with a brace each for Tony Clifford and Rudi Stevens. Steve Rushbrook was also among the scorers.

The goals flowed at Reffley Reserves as well. They were 5-1 victors over Docking Rangers Reserves. Matthew Pearson and Joe Woodhouse got a pair each and substitute Sam Smalley also registered. Carl Meek got the consolation.

The quarter-final draw for the Charlie Day Cup has paired Heacham Social Club with Terrington Tigers, Docking Rangers Reserves with Ingoldisthorpe Reserves, Watlington Sports & Social Club at home to The Woottons, while Hunstanton Town have ground advantage against Marshland Saints Reserves. 

All ties are due to be played on March 14.

George Graver Cup, 2nd round: Clenchwarton v Ingoldisthorpe, Dersingham Reserves v Denver, Docking v Gayton A, Heacham Reserves v Terrington, Marshland v South Creake, Snettisham v Birchwood, Watlington v King’s Lynn Tn A, West Winch v KLSC. 

Ties to be played February 29.

Castle Acre Swifts Reserves pulled themselves off the foot of the Barnes Print Central & South Norfolk League Division One table with a 2-1 win at Redgrave Rangers. Rob Powley and Deklin Ramsden got the goals that ended Swifts’ five-match losing run.

In Division Three, Narborough Reserves fell to a 3-0 defeat at home to Sprowston Athletic Reserves.