BUNGAY GAIN FIRST VICTORY

With the Norwich v Ipswich game kicking off at noon, most clubs utilized the option of not playing they were given by the league this weekend and as a result only three games took place. In the Premier Division, Bungay Town gained their first win of the season as the beat Farmhouse 5-2, whilst Trimingham Pilgrims ran out 3-0 winners at Horsford. The only other league game to take place was in Division 5 where

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ROVERS CLOSE THE GAP AFTER NARROW WIN

A cold blustery morning greeted players and spectators alike this weekend but although there has been plenty of rain for the past few days, you have to wonder if some decisions to call off for waterlogged pitches yesterday, were made in haste. In the Premier Division, a Duane Eastall goal straight from a corner was enough to move Riverside Rovers to within a point of leaders Schoolhouse as they beat Sprowston Wanderers 1-0. Aaron Sanders

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 LEAGUE CUP QUARTER FINAL DRAW

The draw for the Quarter Finals of the league cup has been made and is as follows. Poringland Wanderers v Farmhouse Acle Rangers v Riverside Rovers Hewett OB’s v Aslacton & Gt Moulton Schoolhouse v Drayton Dazzlers Games to be played on Sunday March 11th 10.30am Extra Time & Pens if required

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PREMIER TOP THREE RECORD WINS TO REACH LAST EIGHT

This weekend saw the 2nd Round of the league Cup take place and despite some inclement weather in the last few days, all ties were completed, but few league games fell by the wayside. The top three in the Premier Division all progressed, league leaders and cup holders Schoolhouse were 7-2 winners at Windmill Wanderers, Riverside Rovers saw Roy Bevis strike twice as they scored seven without reply at Brooke, whilst Acle Rangers had a

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FEB 18th NORWICH v IPSWICH

As you are probably aware, the Norwich v Ipswich game is taking place on Feb 18th. With this in mind the League has contacted all club secretaries to advise that if they do not want a game on that day, they must contact fixture sec Bernie Hardiman or League sec Ben Casey by 7pm on Sunday Feb the 4th. Calling off after the cut off point will lead to league rules being enforced.  Most games

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DELANEY TREBLE AS ROVERS CUT GAP

The weeks heavy rain saw a number of pitches waterlogged this weekend but it was still a decent program that took place. In the Premier Division, leaders Schoolhouse will be ruing the fact that they let a two goal slip when making the long trip to Trimingham Pilgrims as the hosts fought back to eventually earn a 3-3 draw. Riverside Rovers took advantage of the leaders slip to close the gap at the top as

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Dazzlers Go Top

Once again the weather took control this morning with a frost, meaning only 7 games were played. Credit to the teams playing in the those 7 games for not calling off too early and allowing an extra 15 minutes for the pitches to thaw, kicking off at 10.45. Division 1 promotion chasing Hewett Old Boys and Longdale Rovers played out a 0-0 draw, a rarity in Sunday league football, a result that sees Longdale remain

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SANDERS STRIKES TO PUT ACLE INTO THE LAST FOUR

This weekend saw the Quarter Finals of the County Cups, and in the quest to reach Carrow Rd, the League is guaranteed to have at least two of the four semi finalists. Aaron Sanders was the toast of Acle as his single goal was enough to send Acle Rangers through at the expense of Yarmouth side Wheelwrights FC. Horsford United are also in the final four. After a 2-2 draw against fellow Norwich side Sprowston

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LAST MINUTE PENALTY EARNS ROVERS A POINT

Its was a bitterly cold morning that greeted players and spectators alike as 2018 swung into action and the game between the top two in the Premier Division lived up to expectation. Riverside Rovers travelled to league leaders Schoolhouse and took an early lead through Jamie Riley before the home side levelled, then went ahead. Jordan Rocastle then restored parity but with a couple of minutes left the home side went back in front. But

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