Luke who's in the goals as AFC march on

Milton Lindsay Despite the heavy rain, The Pink Un Sunday League Cup got under way, but there were no major upsets. Drayton AFC were the highest scorers of the round so far, putting eight past Rose Valley Utd.

Milton Lindsay

Despite the heavy rain, The Pink Un Sunday League Cup got under way, but there were no major upsets. Drayton AFC were the highest scorers of the round so far, putting eight past Rose Valley Utd.

Luke Tuttle helped himself to a hat-trick as AFC Wanderers beat Prince of Denmark 7-2, further goals coming from Bussens, Kay, Barrett and Ritchie, whilst despite scoring twice through Ben Lloyd, Haig FC were overpowered by Quebec Rovers who hit six. Norman Wanderers also hit six at Hillside OB and Windmill Wanderers won 4-1 at Unthank Arms. Earlham Utd (Childerhouse, West and Allen)beat Hainford YCOB 3-1 for whom Mark Critten scored. Sam Mallet hit a brace as The Grove won 2-1 at Dog House and Acle Rangers scored three without reply at Norwich Ceyms. Norwich Busmen had a 2-1 home win over Unicorns and Norfolk CCSC won 3-1 at Hellesdon Athletic.

� In league action a 2-0 win for Green Man at Acle Wanderers saw them move to the top of 2A as previous leaders Norman Wanderers A were thumped 5-0 at Reepham Town. The only game in 2B saw Craig Sewell score five as The Gordon beat Thorpe Rovers 9-1. Division 3A leaders Stoke FC beat Temple Bar 6-0 (Clarry 2, Hatch, Rickman, Cameron, og) as they side went three points clear.


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