Title is in sight for Lowestoft

Lowestoft can take a giant leap towards the Premier Division title today - if they shake off their FA Vase blues with a home win over Stanway. The Trawler Boys, unbeaten at home in the league this season, were knocked out of the Vase at the semi-final stage a week ago.

Lowestoft can take a giant leap towards the Premier Division title today - if they shake off their FA Vase blues with a home win over Stanway.

The Trawler Boys, unbeaten at home in the league this season, were knocked out of the Vase at the semi-final stage a week ago.

But victory today, and a Bank Holiday Monday win at town rivals Kirkley & Pakefield, would wrap up the championship ahead of schedule.

There's a logjam in the fight for third place, with Wroxham hoping to strengthen their credentials today with a home win over Wivenhoe. Dereham are in the mix and entertain Mildenhall, whose new manager, Simon Charlton, should be in charge for Monday's trip to Ely.

King's Lynn Reserves can help their fellow Norfolk sides by beating third-placed Leiston in Suffolk. Wisbech entertain K&P, also in the batle for third, while relegation-threatened Norwich United travel to Haverhill.

In Division One, Yarmouth and Gorleston are at home to Downham and Thetford respectively. Diss entertain Clacton, and Swaffham travel to Stowmarket.