SEPT 17th

SCHOOLHOUSE BOUNCE BACK TO HIT NINE With this weekend being designated to the County Cups, it was a limited league programme that took place. After losing a three goal lead to only take a point at Horsford United last week, Schoolhouse were in no mood to drop points again this week and unfortunately for Dilham Cross Keys, they were the team on the receiving end as the home side hit nine to go top of

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SEPT 10th

WANDERERS HIT FIVE TO SET EARLY PACE Sprowston Wanderers seem to be enjoying life back in the top flight as they recorded their second victory of the season, winning 5-0 at Bungay Town, a victory that sees them two points clear at the top. Acle Rangers and reigning champions Riverside Rovers took a point each after a 1-1 draw in an excellent game to watch. Tom Cullabine scored for the home side, whilst Jamie Riley

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SEPT 3rd

SEVENTH HEAVEN FOR ACLE AS LEAGUE GETS UNDERWAY After what has seemed like a never ending break, the 59th season of the restructured Norwich & District Sunday League finally got underway this weekend. In the Premier Division, Acle Rangers got off to a perfect start as they scored seven without reply at Horsford United. Another of this seasons fancied sides, Schoolhouse, were being held 2-2 at half time in their game at Poringland Wanderers but

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May 12th

ALL SET FOR CUP FINAL THRILLER The final game of the Evening News & Copy I.T. Norwich Sunday League takes place on Friday when Division 1A Champions Norman Wanderers will be looking to complete a League and Cup double against free scoring Premier Division side Schoolhouse FC at the FDC ko 7.30 Norman Wanderers started their journey to the final back in December when they recorded a 2-0 victory over Trimingham Pilgrims, whilst Schoolhouse defeated

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April 30th

CLUBS RENEWAL REMINDER ALL CLUBS ARE REMINDED THAT RENEWAL FORMS FOR THE 2017/18 SEASON MUST BE RECEIVED BY APRIL 30th   FIRST HALF DISPLAY GIVES WANDERERS THE POINTS Only five games took place as the 2016/17 heads to a close, with only one League issue still remaining to be settled. In the Premier Division a good first half performance saw them go in at the break three goals up after goals by Vaughan Stevenson, Andrew

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April 23rd

BEVIS SIGNS OFF WITH TREBLE AS ROVERS RETAIN TITLE  Congratulations go to Riverside Rovers who retained the Premier Division trophy after getting the point required against Dilham Cross Keys. Dilham had started the game well and had a goal disallowed before Jordan Rocastle put the home side ahead before half time from close range. That’s how it stayed until the hour mark when Connor Delaney scored with a fine finish and the Roy Bevis added

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April 16th

FOUR-MIDABLE HURRELL TAKES CEYMS TO TITLE Four goals from Norwich Ceyms’ Jack Hurrell helped his side to clinch the Division 2B title as they won 4-1 at second placed Hellesdon. That result coupled with North Walsham only getting a draw at Harleston Town, means the focus of attention now turns to the battle for second spot between Hellesdon and North Walsham. The North Norfolk side are two points behind Hellesdon but have two games in

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April 9th

NORMANS ONE POINT AWAY FROM PREMIER RETURN As the season begins to wind down in most divisions, a glorious morning still saw some clubs with plenty at stake record vital results. In the Premier Division, what seemed at one point to be a great season for DE FC petered out disappointingly in the end, as they lost their final game of the season 7-5 at home to bottom side Bungay Town. Dan Cook gave Poringland

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March 26th

ACLE TITLE BOOST HITTING NINE AS DE FC HOPES FADE With the morning positions looking very tight at the top of the Premier Division, the top three only being separated by goal difference, leaders Acle Rangers gave their title chances a boost when they hit nine without reply at home to Horsford United. Riverside Rovers are level on points but do have a game in hand after beating Farmhouse 6-1, but the chances of DE

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March 19th

MINUTES SILENCE Any clubs wishing to hold a minutes silence this weekend for the victims of the Westminster attack during the week, please feel free to do so. DRAYTON DAZZLE TO OUTSHINE BRAVE ROCKLAND Drayton Dazzlers lifted the Sunday Junior Cup on Friday night after an entertaining game saw them overcome a spirited young Rockland United U19’s 4-1. The game was played in front of a crowd of over 230 and both sides are to be congratulated

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