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The Norwich and District Sunday League will be made up of five divisions and feature sin bins next season, as the league closes on its landmark 60th year.

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Bringing in Norwich City legend Adam Drury alongside new manager Jordan Southgate is the next step in the rebuilding process at Wroxham.

Wroxham have announced Norwich City legend Adam Drury as part of a new managerial team alongside coaching colleague Jordan Southgate.

Norwich City Ladies closed out their 2017/18 season with a 3-2 defeat at home to Luton Town Ladies.

Sprowston Ladies know that victory this weekend at Wymondham Town Ladies Reserves will secure the Norfolk Women’s and Girls League Division One title.

Chelsea Garrett struck a late winner to give Norwich City Ladies a 3-2 victory against Cambridge United Women at Plantation Park.

Bungay Town boss Richard Daniels described his side’s task in the Suffolk Senior Cup final as a ‘David versus Goliath’ encounter.

One a blazing hot Sunday May morning, there were still outstanding league issues to be resolved.

Thetford Town’s bid to win their first trophy in 27 years ended in disappointment as Brantham Athletic ran out 4-2 winners in the Thurlow Nunn League Challenge Cup final.

Jack Garrod’s 33rd minute strike was enough to secure bragging rights for Gorleston in the east coast derby at the Wellesley on Monday.

Norwich City Ladies produced a brave performance before going down to a 6-2 defeat against Milton Keynes Dons Ladies.

Long Stratton ensured they finished in fourth place in the Anglian Combination Premier Division with a convincing 2-0 win at home against Beccles Town.

Great Yarmouth and Gorleston warmed up for their east coach derby at the Wellesley this afternoon (kick-off 3pm) with draws against Brantham and Histon respectively.

It was a thrilling Norfolk Senior Cup final this season and you can watch highlights from the Carrow Road battle between Norwich United and Downham Town right here.

Norwich United manager Steve Eastaugh is hopeful of a brighter future after seeing his team bounce back from relegation in fine style.

Downham Town manager Paul Neary was beaming with pride after his team’s efforts against Norwich United in the Norfolk Senior Cup final.

Bungay Town Ladies moved into pole position in the race for the Norfolk Women’s and Girls’ League Division One title with a 5-3 win over North Walsham Ladies.

From relegation woe on Saturday, to Carrow Road cup final joy on Monday – it was quite the three days for Norwich United.

The floodlights were back on at Carrow Road this evening, for this season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final, and we were there to bring you all the updates.

Norwich United boss Steve Eastaugh must pick up his Norwich United side from the disappointment of Saturday’s relegation back to the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division on Saturday in time for tonight’s Norfolk showpiece Senior Cup Final against Downham Town at Carrow Road (kick-off 7.30pm).

Harleston Town are the champions of the Premier Division after winning their title showdown 1-0 away at second-placed Mulbarton.

Norwich United face possibly the most important game in their history when they travel to Cheshunt needing the right result to retain their Bostik North place for next season.

Dereham Town intend to end a successful season with a win when they entertain Hertford Town.

Harleston Town can clinch the Premier Division title on Saturday afternoon – when they face their only rivals, Mulbarton Wanderers.

Sprowston Ladies struck a crucial blow in the race for the Norfolk Women’s and Girls’ Football League Division One title with a 2-0 win at home against Bungay Town Ladies.

Norwich United go into tonight’s game at home to Heybridge Swifts realistically needing just one point to assure their Bostik League North Division status for another season.

Dereham were soundly beaten after a lacklustre performance against Tilbury.

Norwich United gave their survival hopes a significant boost on Saturday with a come from behind 3-1 victory over AFC Sudbury at Plantation Park.

Fakenham Town ended 14 games without a win with a 2-0 win over Haverhill Rovers in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Norwich United will be looking to make the most of two home games in four days as they aim to build on a fantastic 4-1 win at Canvey Island on Tuesday.

Wroxham will be hoping to silence Olly Murs and his table-topping Coggeshall Town side on Saturday afternoon.

Dereham Town make their final trip of the season when they head to Tilbury.

Thorpe United are in pole position to take the Norfolk Women’s and Girls’ League Division One title after a 4-2 win over Sprowston Ladies.

Dereham Town entertain Brentwood Town at Aldiss Park this evening with their play-off hopes hanging by a thread.

Norwich City Ladies went down to a narrow 1-0 defeat against Stevenage Ladies at Plantation Park.

Norwich United slipped to bottom position – and the sole relegation place – after defeat at Barking coupled with Romford’s goalless draw at home to Potters Bar Town.

Wroxham flew the Norfolk flag as they ended a barren run of seven games without a win.

Two late goals condemned Dereham to their third defeat after a tough week.

Mulbarton closed the gap on leaders Harleston, who were without a game, to two points with a 4-0 win at Mattishall.

History repeated itself as Lewis Johnson and Ryan Miles fired Norfolk to victory over Staffordshire to win the FA County Youth Cup.

The rising stars of local football carry the Norfolk flag on Saturday in the final of the FA County Youth Cup.

Norwich United face injury problems ahead of their trip to Barking.

Neal Simmons has vowed to fight to the bitter end despite, seeing Dereham’s play-off bid begin to fade.

Norwich United were beaten in their crucial six-pointer at Romford, a result which leaves the Planters level on points with their opponents with just five games remaining.

A last-minute goal cost play-off hopefuls Dereham a valuable point following a fine display.

Norwich United travel to Thurrock’s Ship Lane on Wednesday evening to play Romford in a real relegation “six-pointer”.

Wymondham Ladies faced second-placed Kings Lynn Ladies in a top of the table clash in the Eastern Region Division One, knowing a win would crown them champions.

A second-half brace from Tom Richardson, combined with results elsewhere, condemned Norwich United to a tense few days ahead of their trip to bottom side Romford on Wednesday evening.

It’s fair to say Norfolk teams have enjoyed better seasons in the Eastern Counties League.

Dereham made a timely return to form with a convincing win.

The two-horse race that is the battle for top spot in the Premier Division continues this afternoon.

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