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Wroxham have been relegated from the Ryman League Division One North after defeat at home to Aveley.

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Norwich United play-off hopes suffered when they lost to two second half strikes from AFC Hornchurch forward Martin Tuohy, writes Norman Bygrave.

Dereham lost out by the odd goal in seven in a match that contained a combination of excellent goals and errors.

Spixworth’s leading scorer Luke Tuttle is now averaging more than a goal a game in the charge for the Premier Division title.

Gorleston are gearing themselves up for two tough games in the space of four days that could make or break their Premier Division title challenge,

The first of Norfolk’s 10 county cup finals gets under way this evening when the Sunday Junior Cup is contested at the Football Development Centre in Norwich.

Fenland Park is a mess. It’s overgrown; the former home of Wisbech Town Football Club is not so much weedy as a jungle.

It’s as you were at the top of the Premier Division – it now seems to be a question of who blinks first among the leading pack.

Wroxham moved off the foot of the table on goal difference after earning a deserved point at Hornchurch.

Two poor goals cost Dereham the points at Aldiss Park.

Spixworth are edging closer and closer to the Anglian Combination Premier Division title after a 4-1 win over Stalham.

Fakenham Town must shake off their gruelling midweek exertions for the trip to Thurlow Nunn Premier Division leaders Mildenhall this afternoon.

Senior Cup disappointment will need to give way to play-off determination for Norwich United today.

Passion, desire and heart were the key elements to Fakenham Town’s unlikely Norfolk Senior Cup semi-final victory over Harleston Town, proud manager Wayne Anderson has said.

Fakenham Town will face King’s Lynn Town at Carrow Road in this season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final, after beating Harleston on penalties, despite playing with 10 men for over an hour.

The Ian Culverhouse era may still be in its infancy at King’s Lynn Town but the new Linnets boss is already building some momentum.

Confidence is flying high for Harleston Town as they aim to seal their place in the club’s first Norfolk Senior Cup final tonight – and extend their 11-game winning streak.

King’s Lynn Town sealed their place at Carrow Road with a dramatic penalty shootout win over Norwich United in the Norfolk Senior Cup semi-finals.

Hopes of returning to Carrow Road will play little part in Ian Culverhouse’s thinking as his King’s Lynn Town revolution looks to pick up pace this evening, in Norwich.

Kyle Baker served up a double as Gorleston warmed up for their crunch trip to leaders Mildenhall with an away win.

Wroxham celebrated 125 years of history before this match – but their poor form did not improve as they lost again.

Norwich United returned from high-flying Thurrock with an excellent three points thanks to Christy Finch’s first-half strike and a resilient defensive display.

Teenage goalkeeper Archie Bean was given a baptism of fire as he faced three penalties on is debut for Dereham Town.

Harleston Town put in the perfect preparation for their Norfolk Senior Cup challenge this week with a 5-0 win at Sterry Cup champions Acle United.

Wroxham’s position at the foot of the table is looking increasing hopeless – and if their current poor form continues it won’t be long before relegation is confirmed.

Are people falling out of love with the beautiful game?

Results were as miserable as the weather for three Norfolk teams on Premier Division duty.

Wroxham’s poor away form again cost them dearly as they went down to their sixth consecutive defeat on the road.

Norwich United were left kicking their heels after their match away to Phoenix Sports was postponed.

Two goals in the opening half an hour settled the issue in favour of Dereham Town.

The wet weather conditions were the big winners at the weekend, with just three games able to go ahead in the Premier Division.

With their play-off hopes taking a severe dent in the last two games Norwich United will be looking to bounce back when they entertain Phoenix Sports at Plantation Park.

Great Yarmouth Town can have an impact in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race at The Wellesley this afternoon.

Spixworth Youth FC are on the lookout for new players.

Norwich United fell to their heaviest defeat of the season as they went down 5-0 to Bowers & Pitsea.

The Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race took another twist this weekend as Gorleston gave up ground after a 2-1 defeat at Ely City.

Norwich United missed the perfect opportunity to heap more pressure on their play-off rivals when they went down at relegation-threatened Brentwood Town.

Dereham Town picked up an excellent three points after a close game at fifth-placed Cheshunt.

Luke Tuttle took his 2017 tally to eight goals in five appearances as Spixworth continued their march at the top of the Premier Division table.

Norwich United travel to Essex, looking to continue the excellent form that has propelled them up the table and given them a real chance of making the end-of-season play-offs.

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.

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.

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