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NEN LEAGUE: The great majority of teams plodded through the mire, apparently with little concern about the condition of their pitches leading into the Yuletide break.
The great majority of teams plodded through the mire, apparently with little concern about the condition of their pitches leading into the Yuletide break.
For while many games throughout the county were called off, there were only two postponements in the whole of the Nicholsons' programme.
In the Smallburgh Crown Division One Cup an exciting local derby resulted in Mundesley beating Gimingham 5-4 on penalties following an extra-time 2-2 scoreline.
Corpusty knocked out North Walsham Old Boys 3-2 and another tight finish resulted in North Walsham A beating Hickling 4-3.
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Bodham demolished North Walsham Old Boys Reserves 10-0 in the Rivetts Motors Division Two Cup with Edwards and Morgan bagging hat-tricks.
In Knights Trophies Division Three, a thriller ended with Mundesley Reserves sharing 10 goals with Cromer YOB while second place Cawston achieved the same scoreline at Aldborough Reserves. Newcomers Haisbro Athletic lost 6-3 at Blakeney, the first points they have dropped.
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- 5 Transfer rumour: Canaries interested in Celtic defender
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