Dersingham Reserves hit double-figures in Division One

Dersingham Reserves welcomed league partners The 8:56 Foundation to their game against West Lynn on Saturday as they unveiled their new kit displaying the local organisation’s logo.

Dersingham celebrated the first run out in the kit with a thumping 17-0 victory.

Dane Schmuda was star of the show with a double hattrick, and other goal scorers included Ahmed Rhaouti (3), Nathan Mitchell (2) and Ruben Dores (2).

Dersingham Reserves in their new 856 Foundation kit
Dersingham Reserves in their new 856 Foundation kit

Division One table-toppers, Reffley overcame Ingoldisthorpe Reserves 3-2 in a tightly-contested fixture at River Lane.

Peter Clarke, Dion Evans and Billy Ngan struck for the Reds whilst Shannon Herring-Blatch and Kai Mayes found the net for Thorpe.

That man Kodie Turvey just cannot stop scoring for Terrington and he’s undoubtedly a big reason why they remain unbeaten so far this season.

He scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win against Watlington Reserves.

Docking find themselves just two points behind Terrington and also remain unbeaten with a 5-2 win at KLSC FC Reserves.

Michael Wood came off the bench to claim a brace which complemented goals from Ryan Mellor, Dom Howell and Curtis Morais.

Finally in Division One, Charlie Burch was hat-trick hero as Clenchwarton made it three wins in three games.

His goals ensured a 3-1 win over AFC Lynn Reserves with Kenzie Corbett claiming the consolation goal.

West is Best for Docking Reserves in Division 2. Harvey West and his dad, Darren, both scored in their 2-0 win against Marshland Reserves.

Harvey set his dad up for his goal before adding a second to seal the win.

Other Division Two sides were in Norfolk Primary cup action with five NWNFL sides progressing into the third round.

Billy Eastwood claimed the match ball for Dersingham A as they left North Elmham with a 7-3 win.

Connor Peck, Callum Swan and Obie Howe were also on the scoresheet.

West Winch thumped NWNFL old boys, Upwell Town, 6-1.

Jordan Clifford, David Edgar, Kai Gilkerson, Matthew Lancefield and Robert Fennell went home with the goals.

There was an all-West Norfolk tie between Watlington Development and Gayton United A, with the former coming out on top 5-1.

A double from Tunde O’Brien Dele went along with strikes from Harley Bunting, Jake Chaplin and Robbie Reeve.

Elsewhere, there was a 4-2 win for The Woottons against Narborough and Weeting Saxons received a home walkover from Rocklands United.