Non-League Football

The cold weather decimated the Anglian Combination league programme this weekend - but there were some matches that survived.

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Thetford Town went goals crazy for the second week in succession as they hammered FC Clacton 6-2 at Mundford Road.

Norwich United will be hoping the old adage that luck evens itself out over the course of the season comes true after 10-man Grays Athletic were awarded a 49th penalty with no-one, other than the referee, quite sure why.

A dreadful first half performance in which Dereham Town gifted Bowers three goals cost them the points at Aldiss Park.

The first round of the Norwich Sunday League’s League Cup took place on a morning that was damp and gloomy – but saw some cracking encounters take place.

One half of Great Yarmouth Town’s management team admits he has been considering his future in football after being told the Bloaters must ‘replay’ a game at Fakenham that was called off at the last minute when the hosts’ players refused to leave the dressing room.

Fakenham Town are looking to appoint a first team manager after caretaker boss Alex Walpole stepped down from his role.

A below par first half performance saw Acle United return from Essex with a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Billericay Town on Sunday afternoon.

Thorpe United Ladies dropped their first points of the season in the Norfolk Women’s and Girls Football League Division One after being held to a 1-1 draw against Wymondham Town Ladies Reserves.

Norwich CBS will travel to Leighton Town in the fourth round of the FA Vase.

Norwich City Ladies had to settle for a point in their South East Division One clash against Denham United after letting a two-goal lead slip.

Harleston Town dropped their first points of the season in the Anglian Combination Premier Division after a 0-0 draw at home to Blofield United.

Norwich CBS are through to the last 32 of the FA Vase after an impressive win in the third round over Yaxley.

Dereham Town had to settle for a point in a close game against Aveley at Parkside.

Norwich United may rue not taking their chances in this goalless encounter at home to Ware.

Fakenham Town caretaker boss Alex Walpole has praised his side’s “never-say-die” attitude, which helped the Ghosts take all three points from their visit to Wroxham on Tuesday.

Dereham were beaten by an injury-time goal.

Acle United Ladies moved up into third place in the Eastern Region Premier Division with a game in hand on the top two, after an emphatic 3-0 home victory against Bedford on Sunday.

Fakenham and Wymondham Town Ladies reserves fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw in Division One of the Norfolk Women’s and Girls Football League.

Norwich United earned a point at Aveley with a dramatic equaliser in the ninth minute of stoppage time.

Norwich City Ladies fell to a heavy defeat at Luton Town Ladies in South East Division One of the FA Women’s Premier League.

It was goals galore for Norfolk clubs – but for Thetford, they all went in at the wrong end.

Holders King’s Lynn Town face a trip to Norwich United in the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

Norwich United avoided a potential Norfolk Senior Cup banana skin at a rainy and windswept Weybourne Road as they came from behind to eventually win 7-1 against a spirited Sheringham side.

A bright crisp November morning greeted sides as another set of fixtures were completed.

Thetford and Gorleston were forced to share the Premier League spoils at Mundford Road.

Holders King’s Lynn Town led the charge into the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup after a 5-1 win over Attleborough Town.

A trio of clubs will be looking for a giant-killing on Tuesday night when the third round of the Norfolk Senior Cup is completed.

Thetford Town and Gorleston clash on Tuesday night – with both teams looking to build on wins.

A Michael Murray hat-trick condemned Norwich United to a second consecutive defeat.

Dereham moved five points clear at the top of the table after a magnificent performance in Essex.

Fakenham Town’s recent upturn in fortunes will be put to the ultimate test on Saturday afternoon.

It’s been a case of one in, one out at Great Yarmouth Town.

The Norwich & District Sunday League will provide five of the eight quarter finalists in this season’s Norfolk Sunday Senior Cup.

Caretaker Fakenham Town manager Alex Walpole heaped praise on the character shown by his side following the club’s 2-2 draw with Kirkley and Pakefield on Tuesday.

It was League Cup week in the Norfolk Women’s and Girls League.

Gorleston have landed a home tie against Leighton Town in the third round of the FA Vase to be played on Saturday, December 2.

Thetford Town boss Danny White took some positives out of defeat from the FA Vase.

Wisbech Town boss Gary Setchell has a smile on his face again after seeing his side extend their unbeaten run to 14 matches – and all since the former King’s Lynn Town boss took over from Dick Creasey in September.

Great Yarmouth Town suffered their worst defeat since joint managers Martyn Sinclair and Adam Mason took charge at the Wellesley against Histon.

There remains only one unbeaten side in the Premier Division as CEYMS lost their first game of the campaign.

The points were shared in a game of two halves at Aldiss Park.

Norwich United failed to build on impressive result in midweek when three early goals gave visiting Witham Town the impetus at Plantation Park.

A moment of quality from new boy Jackson Ramm helped Gorleston through to the third round of the FA Vase.

The FA Vase second round shares the spotlight with league action on Saturday, with Norwich CBS looking to continue their bogey team tag when they head to fellow Thurlow Nunn First Division rookies Wisbech St Mary.

Bungay Town Ladies moved up to third in Division One of the Norfolk Women’s and Girls’ League after a 7-1 win at Fakenham Town Ladies.

Great Yarmouth will be looking to put some disappointing form behind them when Fakenham Town come to The Wellesley this evening.

Norwich City Ladies came close to pulling off an upset against high-flying Milton Keynes Dons in the FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One before slipping to a narrow defeat.

Norwich United made it three home games unbeaten but they will be rueing missed first half chances as they failed to hold onto their interval lead against Barking.

Norwich CEYMS dropped their first points of the Anglian Combination Premier Division campaign as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Beccles Town.

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