Cup final repeat set up
In a Cromer Lifeboat Cup semi-final, Cromer Town Reserves beat Mundesley 5-1Non-stop end-to-end play resulted in Mundesley going ahead after 17 minutes.
In a Cromer Lifeboat Cup semi-final, Cromer Town Reserves beat Mundesley 5-1
Non-stop end-to-end play resulted in Mundesley going ahead after 17 minutes.
Cromer then pulled a goal back after 30 minutes and by half-time were 3-1 up.
The second half continued with fast-flowing football from both teams with Cromer adding two more goals. A young Mundesley team contributed to the match with their exciting play and never gave up. The match was well refereed by Kevin Green and his two assistants Andy Marshall and Darren Baker.
Cromer Town Reserves will now play Sheringham Reserves in a repeat of last year's exciting final on Monday, May 4 at Cabbell Park, kick off 6.30pm.
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