NOT A BAD DAY FOR OUR CLUBS IN THE COUNTY CUPS

NOT A BAD DAY FOR OUR CLUBS IN COUNTY CUPS A beautiful sunny October morning greeted players and spectators alike as the County Cups took precedent this weekend and it proved to be a mixed bag of results for our clubs involved. In the Sunday Senior Cup Schoolhouse went through to the third round after winning a difficult looking tie, 2-1 at El Sol, a fixture that was a re-run of the 2015 final. Riverside

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UNLUCKY FOR TOWN AS CHAMPIONS HIT FORM

UNLUCKY FOR TOWN AS CHAMPIONS HIT FORM Reigning champions Riverside Rovers gave notice that they don’t intend to give up their crown easily by roaring back to the top of the table with Connor Delaney, Jordan Rocastle and James Maxwell Stuart hitting hat tricks and further goals coming from Jamie Riley 2, Arron Kaye and Liam Baker in a big win over bottom side Bungay Town. They now lead on goal difference from Schoolhouse who

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BLAST FROM THE PAST

Football’s grassroots aficionados could very well be interested in a document that was sent to the League in the summer. Compiled by Stephen Stangroom, it documents the history of a club, King George, playing in the Norwich & District Sunday League in the years between 1972 to 1983. Complete with photos, it makes a very interesting read and some of the older generation may well recognize some of the faces in the photos. The story

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OCT 1st

LOGAN TREBLE PUTS PAID TO DE Schoolhouse returned to the top of the Premier Division at the weekend, bouncing back from the previous weeks defeat with a resounding 6-2 home win over DE FC. Rhys Logan hit a hat trick whilst other goals came from Brendan Burke, Chris Hall and Adam Plumstead. Acle Rangers are second after a single goal win over Sprowston Wanderers, whilst Riverside Rovers are third after winning 3-1 at Farmhouse. James

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SEPT 24th

DE FIGHTBACK TO SNATCH POINT It was back to League action this weekend following the County Cups on what was for a change, a bright sunny morning. In the Premier Division, leaders Schoolhouse went down to a single Jason Armes goal at Riverside Rovers, but stay top on goal difference from DE FC who came from 3-1 down to take a point at home to Acle Rangers. Fionn Goodwin-Wright, George Diggens and an own goal

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