NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Super Soham Town Rangers hammer sorry Norwich United

Matty Allan (centre) scored his first Soham goal in their 4-1 win over Norwich United last night. Ph

Matty Allan (centre) scored his first Soham goal in their 4-1 win over Norwich United last night. Photo: GEORGE PHILLIPOU - Credit: George Phillipou/TGS Photo

Soham Town Rangers bounced back from their opening day defeat in goal-scoring style last night.

The Greens blew away any negativity from their 3-0 loss to AFC Hornchurch on Saturday with a superb 4-1 win over Norwich United at Julius Martin Lane.

Joe Carden kick-started the rout after slotting home on 37 minutes, before Lewis Endacott powered a header into the net 10 minutes after the restart.

Marcus Hall fired home from the spot to extend the hosts’ advantage to three, before Adam Hipperson reduced the arrears will a neat free-kick.

But new signing Matty Allan reinstated Soham’s three-goal lead with his first Greens goal after Norwich stopper Andy Wilton had saved Peter Maina’s goal-bound effort.

Soham’s display impressed assistant manager Erkan Okay, who said: “That was different class from the whole squad.

“I can’t fault the players’ efforts, what a win.”

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Soham will hope to transfer their positive form over into the FA Cup this weekend. The Greens host Step Five side Cogenhoe United on Saturday (3pm).