Docking show six-appeal in North West Norfolk League

Wet weather last weekend meant that just two Division One fixtures went ahead as planned in the North West Norfolk League.

Docking Rangers hit six for the second weekend in a row with a comprehensive 6-3 over Watlington Reserves.

Docking found themselves behind at the break but goals from James Boyden, Brad Durham, Ryan Mellor, Liam Spooner and Jamie Tooth secured the points.

Swaffham Reserves (63413797)
Swaffham Reserves (63413797)

Joshua Bacon, Danny Hannigan and Darren Van Campenhout struck for Watlington.

In-form West Winch found themselves 2-1 down to promotion chasers Heacham Reserves at half-time thanks to goals from Noah Fox and Ahmed Rhaouti.

A West Winch second half fight back ensure the points were shared as goals from Daniel Griffith and Ryan Mott saw the game end 2-2.

Division Two has new leaders in Dersingham A.

They are now seven games unbeaten and continued their good form with a convincing 4-0 victory over cup finalists Weeting Saxons.

Weeting’s Man-of-the-Match, goalkeeper James Dewing, saved a penalty in the first half but Sunny Devlin managed to put Dersingham ahead.

After half time, goals were scored by Nathan Mitchel (2) and a goal from Chay Sharpin to clinch the victory.

However, the win was sullied by a serious injury to Dersingham’s Tom Raisbury who broke his collar bone after a fall.

Both teams wish Raisbury a quick and speedy recovery.

A hat-trick from Anthony Carlton helped North Lynn get back to winning ways with a 7-2 win at Clenchwarton Reserves.

Ben Dack, Aaron Smith, Jordan Thorburn and substitute Daniel Fisher also found the target to secure the points.

Lewis Robinson and Ben Watson found the consolation goals for the home side.

Marshland Saints Reserves made the lengthy trip to Docking Reserves and the journey was worth the effort after a 3-1 win.

A Callum Rogers brace complemented an Alex Jex strike whilst George Smith was also on target for the home side.

The Woottons found themselves on the wrong side of a 3-0 final scoreline as they went down to Ingoldisthorpe Reserves.

Second half goals from Shannon Herring-Blatch, Anthony Rice and Ben Simpson secured the three points.

Brendan Clapcott, Dan Kerry and Alfie Moulder ensured three points went to Reffley Reserves in their close contest against AFC Lynn Napier Reserves.