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Norwich United entertain Aveley this evening looking to continue their current run of good form which has kept them in touch with the play-off race.

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Gorleston have closed the gap at the top again as leaders Mildenhall continue to stumble.

Wroxham’s new management team saw their new era get off to a familiar losing start.

Nathan Stewart inspired Norwich United to a 4-1 win over Romford as they kept their play-off challenge alive.

Dereham came out on the wrong side of a five-goal clash at Aldiss Park.

Two of the Premier Division’s top sides clash this afternoon.

Gorleston have flown under the radar in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race but manager Ricci Butler admits they are now firmly in the championship mix.

Gorleston got back to winning ways with two penalties helping them to a 3-0 home victory over Thetford in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division on Tuesday.

An injury-time winner from Tom Ward broke Wroxham hearts as King’s Lynn Town came from behind to book their place in the last four of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

The local bragging rights were claimed by Gorleston as Thetford were beaten 3-0 at Emerald Park in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Wroxham are not ready to admit defeat in their battle against the drop despite the resignation of manager Damian Hilton.

Wroxham have announced the resignation of manager Damian Hilton, with the club sitting joint-bottom of the Ryman League Division One North table.

Great Yarmouth Town pulled off their biggest result of the season – and gave neighbours Gorleston a helping hand.

Wroxham endured a day that would have struggled to get any worse as Waltham Abbey took a massive step towards safety.

Christy Finch’s second-half double fired Norwich United to an excellent 2-1 victory at Tilbury, moving the Planters up to eighth in the table.

Ten-man Dereham produced a magnificent battling performance at VCD Athletic to snatch all three points in the dying minutes.

Norwich United travel to Tilbury today looking to avenge the 2-1 defeat they suffered in the reverse fixture in October.

New chairman Kevin Cruickshank is feeling positive about Great Yarmouth Town’s future following a meeting of the club’s revamped management committee this week.

Great Yarmouth Town have announced changes to the club’s hierarchy, following the recent resignations of chairman Mike Guymer and vice-chairman Barrie Kell.

Wroxham’s Ryman League Division One North clash at Brentwood Town on Tuesday evening has been postponed.

Wroxham are preparing for two games that are likely to define their season after crashing to a 3-1 defeat at Ryman North promotion chasers Cheshunt.

A late goal cost Dereham the points in a tight game at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Spixworth maintained their title bid with a narrow win over Blofield United thanks to a Luke Tuttle strike and an own goal.

Norwich United missed the chance to put pressure on the teams above them when they dropped two points at home to bottom of the table Great Wakering Rovers.

Luke Tuttle helped himself to a brace as Spixworth maintained their lead in the Anglian Combination Premier Division with a 4-1 win at Reepham Town.

Christy Finch showed his prowess as a top-class finisher with a superb hat-trick to help Norwich United show their play-off credentials against fellow contenders Bury Town.

Hopes of a positive second half of the season are high at Fakenham Town as the Ghosts prepare to host Thetford at Clipbush Park in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division today.

Dereham went down to a narrow defeat at home to Romford as the Magpies’ search for consistency goes on.

Gorleston bounced back from last week’s drubbing by beating Ipswich Wanderers 2-1 – but were made to work hard for their three points.

Wroxham gave their survival hopes a boost with a thrilling win over Thamesmead.

Losing 8-2 at Newmarket has already been forgotten about by Gorleston boss Ricci Butler as he looks to get his team back on track when they host Ipswich Wanderers today.

Gorleston’s unbeaten run in the Thurlow Nunn Premier came to an abrupt halt after being on the end of an 8-2 hammering at Newmarket.

Gorleston’s FA Vase journey is over after they were beaten 3-0 in the fourth round by a quality Coleshill side at Emerald Park.

Norwich City Ladies first team coach Scott Emmerson is confident his side can start climbing the table.

Gorleston boss Ricci Butler believes his players are going to have to put their emotions to one side when they take on Coleshill Town in the FA Vase fourth round proper this afternoon.

Three late goals saw Wroxham let what looked like being a very creditable Ryman League North result slip through their fingers in Essex.

Despite trailing at the interval and losing Angus Mackie to a straight red the Planters came back to clinch the win with an impressive second half.

Gorleston preserved their unbeaten run in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division thanks to a 2-1 win at home to Felixstowe & Walton.

Bury Town’s second half fightback left Dereham Town pointless despite a spirited display at Ram Meadow, writes Rene Kendal.

Joe Gatting’s goal early in the second half saw Dereham bring home the Ryman League Division One North points after a polished team performance.

Ricci Butler has told his Gorleston team to aim for new milestones in 2017.

Norwich United bounced back from a Boxing Day defeat at Wroxham with an impressive victory at home to Witham Town in Ryman League Division One North.

Norwich United have an early start today as they kick-off at 1pm and they will be looking to bounce back from their local derby Boxing Day defeat at Wroxham, writes Norman Bygrave,

Play-off chasing Bury knocked Wroxham back down to earth with an emphatic thrashing last night.

Dereham got back to winning ways as a superb hat-trick from young Harley Black earned them the points. In a thrilling second half the visitors twice hit back to level before Black’s late free-kick settled the issue.

One of Norfolk’s biggest footballing rivalries attracted a stunning Boxing Day crowd of 807 – the biggest at The Wellesley for more than 25 years – but the only figure that mattered to Gorleston boss Ricci Butler was the number of points his team took away.

Great Yarmouth Town are well on their way to achieving their points target for the season – and will be hoping for a contribution from their great rivals Gorleston on Boxing Day.

Gorleston stretched their unbeaten run to 16 league games and ensured that runaway leaders Mildenhall can’t take their foot off the pedal just yet.

Leon McKenzie showed his class as his two goals proved the difference at Trafford Park.

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