Hindringham score seven against 10-man Cromer
- Credit: Archant
Hindringham entertained bottom-of-the-league Cromer Town who could only field 10 players due to some late call-offs.
The hosts started brightly and the first goal came inside the first five minutes when Hudson cut inside to finish on his right foot.
They then scored again when a floated cross saw West head home.
Two goals followed just before half-time, with Bammant hitting a great strike from the edge of the area and Lawlor finding the net with a cross-cum-shot.
Hindringham made all three subs at half-time and came out firing in the second half with Broughton and Clarke adding to the scoreline. Broughton then scored his second after a lovely delivery found him six yards from goal.
Credit should go to Cromer who kept going throughout the whole match despite the scoreline.
Hindringham have another home game on Saturday against Attleborough (2pm).