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Shocks in cup semi-finals

PUBLISHED: 09:06 09 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:31 13 July 2010

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League

THERE were two shock results in the semi-finals of the Smallburgh Crown Division One Cup where goals by Barratt, Lake and Park sent Lyng through 3-1 at Corpusty while Happisburgh's marksmen in their 3-0 win at Mundesley were McComb (2), O'Connor.

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League

THERE were two shock results in the semi-finals of the Smallburgh Crown Division One Cup where goals by Barratt, Lake and Park sent Lyng through 3-1 at Corpusty while Happisburgh's marksmen in their 3-0 win at Mundesley were McComb (2), O'Connor.

There was a surprise victory for Briston in the Rivetts Motors Division Two Cup semi-final who beat Aldborough Lions 3-1 (Bugg, Kidd, Corri) while favourites Bodham beat Runton 3-1.

In Slater & Frith Division One reigning champions East Ruston stunned Erpingham 6-0 including a hat-trick for Woodhouse, but Gimingham extended their lead by four points with a 2-1 win over Coltishall.

In the Ebridge Feeds Division Two Cup favourites Mundesley Reserves beat East Ruston 3-0 while newcomers Haisboro Athletic are also probable finalists after a 5-1 win at Hickling Reserves.

Results. Slater & Frith Division One: East Ruston 6, Erpingham 0; Gimingham 2, Coltishall 1; North Walsham A 3, Hickling 0; North Walsham OB 2, Horning 1.

Wayford Nurseries Division: Dilham 2, Aylsham A 2; Felmingham 1, North Walsham OB Res 1.

Knights Trophies Division Three: Cromer YOB 4, Aldborough Lions Res 2.

Smallburgh Crown Division One League Cup, semi-finals: Corpusty 1, Lyng 3; Mundesley 0, Happisburgh 3.

Rivetts Motors Division Two League Cup, semi-finals: Aldborough Lions 1, Briston 3; Bodham 3, Runton 1.

Ebridge Feeds Division Three League, second round: Blakeney v Briston Res home walkover; Cawston 0, Gimingham Res 5; East Ruston Res 0, Mundesley Res 3; Hickling Res 1, Haisboro Ath 5.


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