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Great Yarmouth Town’s season long battle against relegation from the top flight of the Thurlow Nunn League suffered a huge setback when they were beaten 2-1 at home by fellow strugglers Long Melford.

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I’m sure Adam Mason won’t mind me mentioning this, but in the context of this column, it is more than apt.

Great Yarmouth Town will be looking to take a giant step towards Thurlow Nunn Premier Division safety when they welcome strugglers Long Melford to the Wellesley.

Great Yarmouth Town joint bosses Adam Mason and Martyn Sinclair have announced they will be stepping down at the end of the season.

Swaffham Town cranked up the pressure on Thurlow Nunn Fist Division North leaders Harleston with a big win.

Norfolk Under-18s lost their grip on the FA County Youth Cup at the weekend when they were beaten 3-0 by Manchester in the final at Rochdale’s Spotlands Stadium.

Norfolk head north on Saturday bidding to retain their FA County Youth Cup crown.

Wroxham went down to a disappointing 2-1 defeat at home to Brantham in the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties Premier Division.

Dereham Town will look to move further away from the relegation zone and get an early start on their rivals when they entertain Bury on Friday night (7.45pm).

Dereham Town have to settle for a share of the spoils after late goal whilst Ben Fowkes hits four on Norwich United debut

There’s a big difference between a comfort zone and a relegation zone – and Dereham Town boss Adam Gusterson wants his side in neither.

The pressure may be off Dereham Town when they carry the underdog tag at Bostik North high-fliers Maldon & Tiptree today, but manager Adam Gusterson has insisted the Magpies will be able to cope with “a different challenge”.

Dereham recovered from an early shock to cruise through to the Norfolk Senior Cup final with a 6-1 thrashing of Swaffham at the FDC in Bowthorpe.

Can Dereham keep their run going? Will Wroxham stay in the race? Who wins the big Anglian Combination match of the day? CHRIS LAKEY takes a look at this weekend’s local football action

There was more derby joy for Norwich City this week when their ladies’ side saw off Ipswich Town 3-0.

Dereham Town are enjoying new manager bounce, but know the picture can change very quickly – CHRIS LAKEY looks at the weekend’s local football programme

Ben Casey is to stand down as secretary of the Norwich and District Sunday League.

Dereham Town moved off the bottom of Bostik League North table in impressive style as they won 4-0 at Basildon United to claim their first victory since early November.

Magpies beginning to settle, Yachtsmen on course and Planters sunk – CHRIS LAKEY looks at the weekend football

Dereham are looking to silence a pop star while the Norfolk Senior Cup has repercussions on two other leagues – CHRIS LAKEY looks ahead to the weekend’s local football matches

Matt Castellan has left King’s Lynn Town and joined Dereham Town.

New Dereham managers Adam Gusterson and Ollie Willis tasted defeat in their opening game.

Norwich United recorded their first home win since October with a 3-1 win against Newmarket Town.

Dereham Town have announced former Magpies Adam Gusterson and Olly Willis as their new management team following the sacking of Neal Simmons at the weekend.

Dereham have parted company with manager Neal Simmons.

Luke Hannant may have taken the scenic route to find his way into the Football League but now the former Norwich City youth player is facing a big decision in 2019.

Chris Lakey takes a look at what’s on offer for local football fans on Boxing Day

Norwich United finally ended their pointless run with a 2-2 draw in an entertaining and hard-fought battle with Gorleston.

Struggling Dereham moved off the bottom of the table after earning a valuable point with a much improved performance.

Neal Simmons says his Dereham Town players are determined to erase the ”embarrassment” of their 8-2 thumping at AFC Sudbury a week ago.

Dereham Town suffered an embarrassing defeat on the road to AFC Sudbury in the Bostik North.

It’s as you were in the Anglian Combination Premier Division as the top-of-the-table clash between Long Stratton and Caister ended in a goalless stalemate.

Cedric Anselin faces a baptism of fire today when he takes charge of his first match as Norwich United manager.

Long Stratton stayed top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division thanks to an authoritative display at home to Blofield United.

Bostik North leaders Bowers & Pitsea powered their way to a 3-1 win at Dereham Town.

Kirkley & Pakefield’s Dylan Blades has been given the all clear after the Royals’ Thurlow Nunn Premier Division clash against Histon had to be abandoned.

Dereham are in for another tough test when Bowers & Pitsea visit Aldiss Park.

Long Stratton are the new leaders of the Anglian Combination Premier Division after a 2-1 win at home against Norwich CEYMS.

Swaffham Town and Stowmarket will have to do it all again on Tuesday evening as their FA Vase third round tie ended goalless after extra time.

Dereham Town chairman Neil Sturman insisted the club had acted in good faith when they fielded the ineligible Dylan Edge in two games earlier this season.

The Anglian Combination Premier Division title race was thrown wide open as leaders Caister went down to a 5-2 defeat at home to Sheringham.

There wasn’t any charity on display as Great Yarmouth Town went down to a 3-0 defeat at Stowmarket in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Dereham Town completed a difficult few days when going down to a 1-0 defeat at home to Canvey Island on Saturday.

The three remaining Anglian Combination sides have been kept apart in the Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-final draw.

Kirkley & Pakefield have made an excellent start to the season in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division – but there have still been plenty of worries for boss Mark Willis, as CHRIS WISE reports

Norfolk County FA continue their defence of the FA County Youth Cup on Saturday when they host the Isle of Man’s Under 18s.

Acle United twice came from behind before an 91st-minute goal earned them a 3-2 win over Norwich City in the Norfolk Women’s Cup.

Holders Norwich United put an end to their recent poor form with an impressive 3-1 victory at close neighbours Wroxham.

Dereham are eager to “right a few wrongs” as they look to get back to winning ways at Grays Athletic.

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