Terrington and Docking maintain unbeaten records

Terrington and Docking are now the only two undefeated sides in Division One as the former inflicted Reffley to their first loss of the season.

The tightly-contested 1-0 victory was sealed by star man, Kodie Turvey who made it four goals in three games.

Docking’s win was more one-sided as they left Ingoldisthorpe Reserves with a 4-0 scoreline.

James Pollard of the NWNFL with Ian Prentice, Dersingham Rovers and KLSC players
James Pollard of the NWNFL with Ian Prentice, Dersingham Rovers and KLSC players

Their goals came from a Liam Spooner brace, James Davies and Matthew Skene.

Clenchwarton are now two wins from two games for the first time in over 18 months.

A Chris Scammell hattrick and Charlie Burch strike meant they left West Lynn 4-1 winners.

Both sides did finish with 10 players as Leigh Woodcock and Ashley Sheen were dismissed early by referee Shane Watts.

With neither KLSC FC or Dersingham FC first teams in action, there was some strengthened sides as the two reserves went head-to-head.

A Jay Russell brace secured the 2-0 win for KLSC and sent them up to second position in the table.

Finally In Division One, Watlington Reserves and AFC Lynn Reserves played out a 2-2 draw thanks to Steven Stock (2), Christopher Cottey and Ryan Whitby.

KLSC FC A team gained their first points of the season thanks to a thumping 8-2 victory against Shouldham.

Ash Prosper found the net of four occasions to compliment goals from Liam Bowley, Simon Clarke and Riley Wake.

Clenchwarton Reserves also found their first victory with a double-figure score line against Cowley Wanderers.

Ant Glendinning, Brian King and Cameron Smith all had to fight over the match ball as they scored ten goals between them.

Jake Hunt was also on target for the Oranges.

The ever-impressive Dersingham A continue to score for fun with 25 now in four games.

Sam Peck, Billy Eastwood, Connor Peck, Joe Collison, Nathan Branch and Luke Biles ensure they defeated Watlington Development 9-1.

The Woottons entertained Marshland Reserves and both sides played out a 2-2 draw.

New signing, Roman Billiard was on target for the Woottons as Frankie Wright hit the net for Saints.

Elsewhere, there was wins for West Winch and Docking Reserves as they overcame Weeting Saxons and Gayton A respectively.

Saturday saw the league secretary, James Pollard, present Ian Prentice from the 8:56 Foundation with the new substitute bibs which all teams will wear this season.

This starts an exciting partnership between the league and local foundation to raise awareness of men’s mental health.