Cup Takes Center Stage

It was league cup weekend for teams in Prem, Div 1 and Div 2. Game of the day was at the Fountain where Woolpack took on Acle. Normal time and extra time couldn’t separate the sides, the game ending 2-2 with Woolpack winning 6-5 on penalties. 2nd in the Prem played top of Div 2 as Horsford took on Easton, in Easton’s own word, they were taught a lesson as Horsford ran out 7-1 winners.

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Club Directory

Due to reasons beyond our control the league club directory has been removed from the website. Please refer to the hard copy of the league handbook that all clubs received. Any problems please contact a member of the league committee. This is not a reason not to contact your opponents before a game

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Acle Upset Horsford

Schoolhouse continue to lead the way at the top of the Prem with their 8th victory in 9 games after a convincing 5-1 win over Phoenix, Timmy Henery, Jack Hurrell, Jack Robinson, Connor Simpson and Harry Maddison all scoring. The battle for 2nd is well and truly on after Acle travelled to Horsford and picked up a 1-0 win. Farmhouse won their 2nd game on the bounce with a 2-1 away win at Middle Green

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Easton Close The Gap

Game of the day saw 2 of the Prem title challengers come head to head as Woolpack hosted Horsford at The Fountain. A brace from Bryn Mullen and a Cain Eagleton goal were enough to give Horsford a 302 win and move them up to second.  Schoolhouse continue to lead the way, maintaining their unbeaten record with a 5-0 win against Poringland thanks to a hattrick from Jack Hurrell and strikes from Jack Robinson and

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Woolie Sent Packing

With Schoolhouse out of action Woolpack had the chance to go top of the Prem however Middle Green took the 3 points in a excellent 3-2 victory.  Acle continued their good run of form beating Phoenix 2-1 thanks to goals from Elliot Atlay and Aaron Sanders. The final game in the Prem saw 2 of last season’s promoted sides go head to head, Mischief hosting Aslacton and it was the home side, thanks to goals

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Schoolhouse Lead The Way

It was normal service for Schoolhouse who continue to lead the way at top of the Prem after a 3-0 win against Farmhouse, Shaun Taylor 2 and Jack Robinson scoring. After drawing last week, Woolpack got back to winning ways with a 3-1 home win against Phoenix. Horsford are 4 points off top spot, with a game in hand, after travelling to Aslacton and coming away with a 6-1 win. Acle smashed in 8 against

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League Cup Draw

Norman Wanderers v FC Viking DCS Rapid v Barracks Newsman Celtic v Hethersett Bungay v AG Athletic Middle Green v Phoenix Schoolhouse v East Tuddenham Silver Fox v AFC Norwich Poringland v MC Rovers Windmill v Aslacton Mischief v Eaton Acle v Woolpack Vale Longo v Farmhouse Horsford v Easton Byes – Aylsham, Marlborough, Watton Ties to be played Sunday 1 December

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Wensum upset Moose

County Cup action returned at the weekend. In the Senior Cup there were 2 all Prem ties, Horsford beat Farmhouse 4-0 and Poringland scored 7 without reply against The Middle Green. There were 5 ties involving Prem side against Div 1. MC Rovers were the only Div 1 side to progress to the next round after an excellent 5-4 at home to Phoenix.  The other Prem sides had things go much more their way, Aslacton

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Rain Rain Go Away

Normally we like the football to do the talking but with 9 postponements and an unprecedented 8 abandoned games it was the weather shouting the loudest. It meant only 6 games were completed.   In the Prem Mischief and Middle Green played out a 1-1 draw, Oliver Hunt scoring for Mischief and Aslacton hosted Phoenix, drawing 2-2, Aslacton’s first point of the season, Josh Goodall and Shingi Masoha scoring for the away side.   Just

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Tavern Go Goals Galore

Woolpack and Schoolhouse continue to go toe to toe at the top of the Prem, both keeping up their 100% starts to the season. Woolpack travelled to Farmhouse and won 2-0, Tom Blake with both goals, whilst there was also a double for Shaun Taylor as Schoolhouse beat Acle 2-1.  Horsford are 3 points behind in third after a tight 3-2 win over Middle Green thanks to goals from Bryn Mullen 2 and Aaron Kay.

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