Norfolk stun Premier Division Salthorn

Mark Mullins, of Marsh, makes a challenge on an Eastmoor attacker during Saturday's Wakefield League clash.
Mark Mullins, of Marsh, makes a challenge on an Eastmoor attacker during Saturday's Wakefield League clash.

Norfolk produced an outstanding display to dump Premier Division Salthorn out of the Spen Valley Trophy last Saturday.

First division Norfolk had to dig deep and battled through to next round thanks largely to a man-of-the-match performance from Lee Sykes.

Imran Farooq scored twice, including a penalty, while Ismail Loonat was also on target as Norfolk completed a thrilling 3-2 win.

Aaron Williams and Ryan Fawkes replied for Salthorn but it wasn’t enough to prevent them crashing out.

Howden Clough edged out Savile Town 3-2 in the Spen Valley Memorial Trophy.

Dom Carr struck a brace for Clough, with Jason Stainburn also on target, while Armaan Hussain and Junaid Khan replied for Savile Town.

Mount Pleasant battled out a 3-3 draw against Drummond thanks largely top Saif Akbar’s hat-trick.

Tayib Iqbal, Hameed Afsar and Tufail Khan replied to earn Drummond a draw.

Smokin Aces secured an 8-1 win away to West End Park, whose consolation goal came from Matty Softley.

Shakeel Pandor and Waqas Bashir fired a brace apiece for the Aces, who also had Ashraf Navsarka, Mohammed Adam, Mohammed Chatia and Danyaal Pandor on target.

Girlington moved level on 13 points with forth placed Savile Youth after a 5-4 win in one of only two Spen Valley League Premier Division matches to go ahead as various teams had cup commitments.

Abdulla Aswat bagged a hat-trick for Savile Town but still ended up on the losing side, while Tahir Polli scored their other goal.

Adeeb Junaid fired a brace for Girlington, who also had Junaid Bashir, Shoaib Javed and Abdul Tanvir on target as the home side sealed a fourth win of the season.

White Abbey Road earned a 4-2 win away to Whitburn Athletic in the other top flight game.

Waheed Khan and Imran Fazir secured White Abbey Road all three points as they struck a brace apiece.

Maldini Nydrano and Sohail Mahmood replied for Whitburn Athletic but defeat leaves them ninth in the table, just a point above the bottom two.