Jarrolds and Wensum battling to beat the drop

BUSINESS HOUSES LEAGUE: Jarrolds and Wensum Albion are now fighting for Norwich Business Houses League Division One survival after they both suffered defeats this weekend. Jarrolds fought hard against Salhouse Rovers but were finally defeated 3-2 at Heath Cresent while Wensum were comprehensively beaten 3-0 by UEA Reserves that are looking to finish second in the league.

Jarrolds and Wensum Albion are now fighting for Norwich Business Houses League Division One survival after they both suffered defeats this weekend.

Jarrolds fought hard against Salhouse Rovers but were finally defeated 3-2 at Heath Cresent while Wensum were comprehensively beaten 3-0 by UEA Reserves that are looking to finish second in the league.

Marlborough Old Boys came out 3-0 winners over Homecare to gain ground on third- placed Drayton who lost to Costessey Crown 4-0.

One more win would hand Division Two leaders Jubilee Rangers the Division Two title and their first cup.


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The leaders narrowly beat Hempnall to win the tie 4-3.

Second-placed Lingwood continued their pressure on the leaders coming out 1-0 winners against Horsford.

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The bottom three are all now fighting between themselves to avoid relegation.

With Hempnall losing, both Taverham and Mousehold reserves had an opportunity to create some space, unfortunately both sides lost as well to widen the 15-point gap between them and 4th from bottom.

Costessey Crown Reserves will be kicking themselves after scoring five against lowest-placed side Thorpe Village only to concede five as well!

Yelverton Reserves and Hockering drew 2-2 to maintain the status quo between the top three.

Reepham smashed five against Drayton Reserves to continue their climb up the league.

The draw for the semi-finals of the Shoe Trades Cup takes place this Saturday. The event can be heard live at 11am on Future Radio with the ties taking place on April 17.

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