FA Trophy joy for Cambridge United’s ex-Hatfield Town and Royston Town keeper

PUBLISHED: 09:46 24 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:31 25 March 2014

Ex-Royston keeper Will Norris

Ex-Royston keeper Will Norris

Kevrich66@hotmail.com FA Trophy 2014 Wembley

Keeping a clean sheet at Wembley in a cup final is a goalkeeper’s dream.

But on Sunday that dream became reality for Cambridge United custodian Will Norris in his side’s 4-0 triumph against Gosport Borough.

The former Hatfield Town number one had a relatively comfortable time of it out on the hallowed turf, as Ryan Donaldon’s brace plus goals from Ryan Bird and Luke Berry secured the silverware.

Norris made the move to Royston Town after Hatfield, and was soon snapped up by the Us and loaned back to the Crows.

However this season has seen the 20-year-old force his way into the starting XI, with his Wembley appearance being his 13th of the campaign.

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