ITS FOUR IN A ROW FOR ROVERS

Riverside Rovers clinched their fourth title on the bounce after an emphatic seven goal win at the home of Bungay Town this weekend. Double strikes from Jordan Rocastle and Charlton Halliday added to a Connor Delaney effort and a first ever Riverside goal for Tyler Riley ensured that the league trophy will remain at the Rackheath based side for another season. Congratulations. The final of the League Cup on Friday May 11th at the FDC

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DAZZLERS OUTSHONE BY WOOLPACK

Riverside Rovers are now just one win away from their fourth successive title after a 4-1 (Jordan Rocastle 3, Lloyd Greening) home win over Farmhouse leaves them needing just three points from their remaining two games. Schoolhouse remained in second spot after beating Bungay Town 3-1, goals from Jack Robinson 2 and Rhys Logan, and are still in with a chance of a top two finish. That will depend though on the results of Acle

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SEVEN UP AS ROVERS RETURN TO THE TOP

Even though it was Easter Sunday, it was the ridiculous weather that put paid to many of the weekends fixtures again. In the Premier Division, Riverside Rovers gained swift revenge for a recent defeat as five Jordan Rocastle goals and further strikes from Jason Armes and Connor Delaney helped them thump Trimingham Pilgrims 7-1, a result that sees them return to the top of the table. It now means that two wins from their final

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ACLE CUP DOUBLE DREAM STILL ON COURSE

Acle Rangers are still in with a shout of completing a Cup Double as they progressed to the League Cup semi final with a 4-1 (Sean Sandell, Perry Kelf and two OG’s) win over Riverside Rovers. With a Carrow Rd berth already booked in the County Cup, Rangers will also be hopeful of a trip to the FDC on May 11th. With the aforementioned Riverside in cup action, Schoolhouse took the opportunity to return to

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WEATHER HITS FIXTURES

Not for the first time this season the weather took centre stage meaning only five games took place. No fixtures were played in the Prem or Div 1.  In Div 2, Marlborough took the long trip out to Briston and came away with a battering going down 8-0.  Vale Longo hosted Mad Moose.  Vale players were out earlier preparing the pitch for the game and after a small delay (no kit for the away side)

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ROCASTLE FIRES ROVERS TOP AS SCHOOLHOUSE ROCKED

Another frosty morning greeted players again this weekend, but although a few games were casualties, common sense in delaying kick off times and just good luck played its part in getting many played. Morning leaders Schoolhouse were on the end of probably the most surprising result of the day as they went down 4-1 (Dan Childerhouse, Joe Easton, Ali Shearer 2) at home to Sprowston Wanderers. Their failure to take anything from the game allowed

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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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