High-scoring games in the Primary Cup
THERE were goals galore in the eight Suffolk Primary Cup fourth round ties on Saturday.
A total of 40 goals were scored across the eight ties, with two being settled by penalty shoot-outs.
Top-scorers were Carlton Colville Town, who were 8-1 winners at Kirkley & Pakefield B.
Bedricks Worth also had their shooting boots on, finding the net seven times without reply away to Mutford & Wrentham Reserves.
Thurston hit five at home to Ufford Sports Reserves, while both AFC Sudbury A and Brandon Town Reserves struck four away from home at Whitton United A and Woolverstone United Reserves respectively.
St Edmunds 1965, last season’s losing semi-finalists, drew 3-3 with Old Newton United Reserves, who won the resulting penalty shoot-out 4-3.
Cavendish went through 3-2 on penalties following a goalless draw away to Redgrave Rangers.
White Horse No.9 Ross Cheney is pictured above powering home his second, and the winning goal, past Felixstowe Rangers keeper Ben Hall. The visitors won a close contest 2-1.
The draw for the quarter-finals will be announced via the Suffolk FA Twitter feed at 5pm on Monday.
Suffolk Primary Cup Fourth Round: Felixstowe Rangers 1 FC Whitehorse 2, Kirkley & Pakefield B 1 Carlton Colville Town 8, Mutford & Wrentham Res 0 Bedricks Worth 7, Redgrave Rangers 0 Cavendish 0 – Cavendish won 3-2 on pens, St Edmunds 1965 3 Old Newton Utd Res 3 – Old Newton Utd Res won 4-3 on pens, Thurston 5 Ufford Sports Res 0, Whitton Utd A 0 AFC Sudbury A 4, Woolverstone Utd Res 2 Brandon Town Res 4.