Norwich Ceyms can take top spot as Harleston have a day off
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Norwich Ceyms have a chance to go top of the Premier Division this afternoon.
The city side are in a neck-and-neck battle for supremacy with leaders Harleston – both sides have 100pc records, although Ceyms have played one game less than their great rivals.
However, while Ceyms travel to Beccles Town today, Harleston are without a game.
Beccles were on the end of a 5-0 Mummery Cup thumping at the hands of rivals Bungay a week ago, but Ceyms will need to make the pain even worse – Harleston are six goals better off in the goal difference table.
Third-placed Bradenham Wanderers – who hit Reepham for six a week ago – are at struggling Acle, while Mulbarton Wanderers make the trip to St Andrews. Bottom side Reepham are at home to fifth-placed Long Stratton, while Blofield are at Caister.
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In the First Division, leaders Sheringham are at home to Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves, while bottom club Cromer will be looking for their first points at home to Aylsham.
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