Rejuvenated Bayer won't stand for any Mischief
Ben Casey Evening News Norwich Sunday League: This weekend brings a top-of-the-table clash in Division 3B, where County Intermediate Cup semi- finalists and league leaders, Bayer FC travel to the Gurney Centre to face second-placed Mischief Tavern.
This weekend brings a top-of-the-table clash in Division 3B, where County Intermediate Cup semi- finalists and league leaders, Bayer FC travel to the Gurney Centre to face second-placed Mischief Tavern.
This season has brought about a change of fortune for Bayer, and secretary Kevin Jones says new manager Chris Nelson "has brought new players and more importantly new belief to the club.”
Wayne Nelson has been “on fire up front” and has scored 26 times , whilst Ben Williamson has been outstanding in the middle of the park, but all round the side has been consistent. Despite Mischief's second spot, Jones sees third-placed Sporting Farmhouse as the biggest danger due to the amount of games Mischief have played, but he insists that “the title will come to Bayer."
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Mischief secretary James Stone saw his side get back to winning ways when they thumped third- placed Sporting Farmhouse 6-1. "We had a cracking start to the season but seemed to lose our way a little with all the fixture disruption over the winter.”
With Danny Roach and Kirk Bardsley finding the net on a regular basis, Stone will be disappointed not to finish in the top two.
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Other games to look out for are Quebec against Silver Fox in the Premier Division, while 3A leaders Stoke face third-placed The Otter.
In Division 4A, Wellington Pink Uns face a threat to their 100 per cent record as they take on Sprowston Royal Oak.