FOOTBALL: First success for Sunday Saints

Captain Ben Richardson was presented with a new home shirt by Sutton St James Convenience Store owner Baz Keshvara and his son Aarav. The club ran a sponsorship raffle where local businesses could buy a ticket for �25 with the winner sponsoring the new shirts.
Captain Ben Richardson was presented with a new home shirt by Sutton St James Convenience Store owner Baz Keshvara and his son Aarav. The club ran a sponsorship raffle where local businesses could buy a ticket for �25 with the winner sponsoring the new shirts.
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Tydd St Mary recorded their first points of the season at the 11th attempt.

The 5-3 win over Fleet UC in Division Two of the King’s Lynn and District League was secured thanks to Josh Leet (2), Ryan Dennis (2) and Darren Andrews.

Fleet replied through Connor Rothwell and Shane Bidwell (2).

Sutton St James reached the final of the Queen Elizabeth Cup with a 5-2 victory over West Winch.

Matty Clayden, Max Burrell (2), Ash Bower and Michael Ocock grabbed the goals to send them through to their second final in three seasons.

Meanwhile, Spalding League leaders Sutton Bridge beat Punchbowl Tigers 8-3 thanks to Robert Hook, Jake Lally(2), Jack Murley, Aaron Rouse, Kurt Scott and Joseph Sutton (2).

Jubilee opened up an 11-goal advantage over South Holland United Clarets in the Mont Pell Trophy semi-final first leg. On target were Jack Wycherley (4), Leigh Boekestyn (3), Scott Britton, Kevin Nottingham (2) and Christopher Taylor.

Mulberry beat 10-man Spalding Wanderers 2-0 in the other semi-final.