Lakenheath Youth 1, Hardwick 3
LAKENHEATH opened the scoring as Connor Coomber’s 25-yard free-kick ricocheted over the goalkeeper’s head and into the net, to give the hosts an advantage going into the break.
In the second half, Hardwick pressed for an equaliser and they were soon rewarded as their centre half rose bravely to head home a corner.
Robbie Armour, returning to the team, had a good run and shot but found the Hardwick keeper in fine form.
And with momentum behind them, Hardwick scored a further two goals to secure victory.
Stowupland Falcons 0 Lawshall & Cockfield 4
Lawshall broke the deadlock as Ashleigh Pink drove the ball across the box from the corner flag and Sophie Pink side footed the ball past the helpless keeper.
They continued to dominate and the second goal came following a through ball from Daisy Prall, releasing Ele Catchpole, who slid the ball past the diving keeper.
Ashleigh Pink made it three, weaving in the box and passing the ball under the out stretched keeper before Catchpole completed the scoring, drilling the ball hard and low into the corner.
Brandon Lasses 5 Waveney 3
BRANDON took the lead with Slater threading through for Bales to finish.
Waveney came straight back and added two goals in quick succession to take the lead.
The hosts responded with Bales drawing the Lasses level with her second.
However Waveney regained lead with a minute of the half to play.
Lasses took control of the second half and raced into the lead with a well-deserved goal from hard working Slater before Skipp finished with a long-range shot.
A fine run pass from Dargan, then saw Zawiasa add Brandon’s fifth goal to finish off the game.
Bury Town Youth 3 Stradbroke 2
BURY took the lead when Tom Manning and Chris Cogan exchanged a neat one two in the penalty box to allow the former to score.
Stradbroke quickly equalised before George Sanders played in Brett Spearman to cooly shoot past the visiting keeper.
Again, Stradbroke fought back and went in all square at half time.
After the interval, Bury secured all three points following Sanders unstoppable drive from outside the box.
Brandon Lasses 12 Felixstowe 1
BALES opened the scoring after six minutes, sparking their opponents into attack and, after some pressure, they got the ball past the keeper to even the score.
Bales added three further goals and Hayward also added her name to the score sheet for a commanding lead at half time.
The second half started with a change in goal as Neal stepped in to allow Nolan into the attack. A pass from Bales set up Jewby for her first goal of the season before Nolan joined in, netting her first of the season.
Bales, Nolan and Jewby added another goal each for a convincing victory.
Thetford Independent 1 Bury Town Dynamos 2
A quick counter attack by the Dynamos, finished off by Edward Shepard broke the deadlock
Thetford continued to play good passing football and were rewarded with a goal before half time.
The second half started with good possession for both teams, but no real openings until with a minute to play, a good move forward from Bury saw Tom Booth set up Shepard to tap home and complete the scoring.
Brandon Ravens 3 East Harling 5
HARLING dominated early proceedings and were rewarded with two quick goals.
Ravens responded and following a brilliant cross from James Rutter, Alex Clifton slotted home.
Rutter equalised, bringing the score to 2-2 before Harling regained the lead.
Clifton then added his second and brought the score level.
However in the last five minutes Harling scored two goals to bring to score to 5-3.
CFC Bury 10 Stow Town Wasps 1
CFC were quickly into their stride with some fine passing which resulted in Tyler Logan striking twice in quick succession.
Ben Lyddiatt kept up his fine scoring record by adding a third before Ollie Ward also grabbed a double.
Stow Wasps pulled one back just before the interval.
Man of the match Kai Ivory was first to find the net in the second period after some fine work by Callum Steed.
Ivory doubled his tally before Jack Codd fired home from close range.
Pick of the bunch was a fine long range effort from Cameron Foreman and, in the final minutes, Ivory completed his hat-trick.