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Dereham Town looking to make it seven in a row

The signs are good for Dereham Town. Picture: Ian Burt

The signs are good for Dereham Town. Picture: Ian Burt

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Dereham Town will be looking to make it a magnificent seven on Saturday afternoon.

The Magpies really have been flying under new boss Neal Simmons, with four wins in the league and two in the FA Cup.

Ware visit Aldiss Park trying to put a dent in that 100pc record.

“Obviously everyone is delighted with the way it has gone so far and although we know it won’t last forever it’s about riding the wave for as long as we can,” said Simmons, who replaced Matt Henman as boss during the close season.

“The players deserve a lot of credit - they have all played their part and it’s about maintaining the high standards we have shown so far.”

Dereham are third, on goal difference behind AFC Hornchurch and Heybridge Swifts, and know a point could take them top. Bottom side Norwich United are at Maldon & Tiptree hoping to get their first win of the season after four defeats.

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