|Sep 15th||Away||Hellesdon||League||Lost||2-3||Kerr, own goal|
|Sep 22nd||Home||Sprowston||League||Lost||2-4||Leng, L. Allen|
|Sep 29th||Away||Firside||League||won||4-3||Ledain, L. Allen 2, Downs|
|Oct 13th||Away||Sheringham||League||drew||2-2||Allen 2|
|Oct 20th||Home||Acle||LCup||won||6-2||Allen 2, Downs 2, Smith, Dodds|
|Nov 3rd||Home||Dereham||League||won||8-1||Allen 4, Smith, Kerr, Downs, Ledain|
|Nov 17th||Away||Poringland||L.Cup||won||2-0||Allen 2|
|Nov 24th||Home||The Woottons||C. Cup||lost||3-4||Allen 2, Double|
|Dec 1st||Home||Thorpe||League||won||10-0||Allen 3, Smith 2, Downs 2, Ledain 2, Kerr|
|Jan 19th||Away||Poringland||League||Won||5-1||Allen 2, Pegg 2, Kerr|
|Feb 9th||Away||Dereham||League||Won||6-0||Downs 2, Allen, Smith, Pegg, Double|
|Feb 16th||Home||Scole||L. Cup||Won||1-0||Pegg|
|Feb 23rd||Home||Old Catton||League||Lost||1-3||Allen|
|Mar 2nd||Away||Thorpe||League||Won||3-0||Paice, Smith, Allen|
|Mar 16th||Home||Lakeford||Cup SF||Won||2-0||Allen 2|
|Apr 13th||Away||Old Catton||League||Lost||1-2||Allen|
|Apr 27th||Home||Sheringham||League||Won||3-1||Pegg, Kerr, Wright|
|May 4th||Away||Sprowston||League||Lost||2-3||Paice, Wright|
|May 5th||Home||Poringland||League||Won||3-2||Downs 2, Allen|
|May 11th||Away||Spixworth||Cup F||Lost||1-2||Double (after extra time)|
MATCH REPORTS by team manager Mark Kerr
Sunday September 22nd: Hethersett 2 Sprowston 4
Hethersett played hosts to Sprowston in their first home game of the season.
Both teams were determined to make a good start, and within 10 minutes Sprowston were awarded a penalty. The Sprowston goalkeeper choose to take the penalty which was superbly saved by Hethersett goalkeeper Tom Rainsford.
With the ball still in play Hethersett cleared their penalty area and the ball was passed upfield to Ed Leng who was able to put it straight into an empty net.
Lewis Allen added a second and Hethersett had the feeling that things were going to go their way. Credit to Sprowston as they continued to attack and were awarded another penalty, this time no mistake. Sprowston scored again making it 2-2 at half time.
The teams were evenly matched and Sprowston kept up the pressure scoring from a corner and again from open play. From what seemed to be a good start for Hethersett they were now two goals behind. Hethersett continued to fight back with Tim Downs and Lewis Allen both coming close to scoring. Luck had run out for Hethersett. A good competitive game played in the right spirit.
Sunday February 16th Hethersett Athletic Under-15s 1 Scole 0
Hethersett and Scole provided an excellent advertisement for youth soccer in a League Cup quarter-final which was decided by a Tom Pegg goal just one minute into the second half.
This match may not have had many goals, but it had two teams determined to play open football in the best possible way. It was a sporting contest with both sides showing determination and skill.
There were plenty of chances for both sides with the woodwork being rattled more than once. Playing down the slope in the first half, Hethersett struggled at times to stamp their authority on the game. After the break, however, they looked the better of the two sides and Scole were reduced to an occasional foray into the home side's penalty area.
The only goal of the game came just after the break when a shot was charged down and the loose ball fell to Pegg who made no mistake with an angled drive into the bottom corner. The photographs below show just two of the second half Hethersett attacks.