Grady aims to stop the Saints from marching on

Ben Casey It's tight at the top of Division 2B of the ENNSL where the three top teams are all on 32 points. Two of those sides meet this weekend in a proverbial "six pointer" when St Faiths entertain Acle Rangers Res, whose manager Neil Grady has never been able to field a settled side due to first team call-ups.

Ben Casey

It's tight at the top of Division 2B of the ENNSL where the three top teams are all on 32 points.

Two of those sides meet this weekend in a proverbial "six pointer" when St Faiths entertain Acle Rangers Res, whose manager Neil Grady has never been able to field a settled side due to first team call-ups. He said that Paul Gray has been the standout player recently.

Grady said the next few weeks will be interesting as they play leaders Old Catton and have a return with St Faiths a couple of weeks later. Last season's 3B champions St Faiths come into the game after producing a remarkable comeback from 3-0 down against Spixworth Sunday last week to win 4-3, scoring four times in the final 30 minutes, long-serving Leon Medley scoring twice. Secretary Richard Day said: "The season has gone better than I had hoped, and under the guidance of Martin Butcher, we have a great chance of winning the league. I am confident we will do it. Allan Kennedy, our top scorer for the last two seasons is on form, and we know that four wins and a draw from our last five games will bring us the title."


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Other games to look for this week see a dress rehearsal for the Sunday Senior Cup final as Dog House entertain AFC Wanderers and Aslacton and Reepham Town, two sides with a great chance of the 2A title meet at Griffin Park.

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