Sunday League front-runners maintain their perfect starts

PUBLISHED: 07:10 27 October 2017


In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League both Wheelwrights and True Traders kept up their perfect starts to the season.

Wheelwrights stayed top of the division by winning away to Hemsby 7-1.

Connor Alford bagged a hat-trick for the visitors and Mitch Forbes a brace while there was one goal apiece for Josh Dunthorpe and Josh Ford.

True Traders won a tight affair with Lowestoft team The Fusileers 3-1.

There was a goal apiece for George Barnden, Reece Hopper and Ryan Hopper while the goal for Fusileers was scored by Eduardo Ferreira.

Waveney came up against a Windmill side now starting to find last year’s form and crashed to an emphatic 12-2 defeat.

Memphis Belton won their first game of the season by beating Hemsby Reserves 6-0. Dale Howe and Jamie Jenner both got two each and Scott Daniels and Marc Searby netted one apiece.

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