North West Norfolk League round-up

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A full fixture schedule took place in The Solar Shed Division this weekend with league leaders, Reffley, hosting unbeaten Terrington.The tightly-contested match saw just a single strike from Sean Wilson to ensure the Reds of Reffley main four points clear at the top.Second-placed KLSC FC Reserves were faced with a potentially tricky fixture away to Dersingham Reserves who had bolstered their squad with ex-Linnet Dan Buhlemann.However, it was the away side that left happy after a 3-2 victory thanks to Josh Gray, Jay Russell and an own goal.Dane Schmuda and Loui Hockton were on target for Dersingham.Bottom of the table, West Lynn, have found life difficult this season but managed to pick up their second point of the season against AFC Lynn Reserves.Goals from Ben Dack and Owen Garnham secured the 2-2 draw for West Lynn.Ingoldisthorpe Reserves had Alfie Muffett to thank as he scored a brace in their 2-1 victory over Watlington Reserves. Darren Van Campenhout found the consolation for Watty.Finally, it was a case of mixed chances for both Docking and Clenchwarton as they played out a 0-0 draw.Docking gave a debut to striker Tom Williams, but he was unable to make the difference.In Division Two, The Woottons are now the only NWNFL side who can claim to be unbeaten in league action this season.They continued their fine season with a 4-2 home win against Gayton A.A Mark Smith double complemented goals from Harvey Hughes and Louise Gaughran for the Sky Blues.With second-placed West Winch not in action, Weeting were able to close the gap on them with a 4-2 win away at Watlington Development.Goals from James Langley, Jamie Howard, and Daniel Murphy (2) ensured the points.Docking Reserves Matthew Pooley scored a late winner against KLSC FC A to win 2-1.KLSC had gone 1-0 up early in the game through an Ashley Prosper penalty but two strikes from the ‘old head’ of Pooley earnt the win.Joshua Deadman put Dersingham A ahead in the first half against Clenchwarton Reserves, but Dersingham rued several missed chances during the game.Obie Howe finished off a fine move for Dersingham’s second.The game became a test of who had the most stamina and Clenchwarton named Brian King, their hard-working midfielder, as their Man of the Match.The Dersingham management had more of a quandary as the Deadman trio, Jamie Cook and Kieran O’Grady all played well, but it was Tom Wicklen who had caught the eye.

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