2019-20 Season Conclusion

Please read below in regards to the conclusion of the 2019-20 season   Following the confirmation that FA Council has ratified the decisions relating to Steps 3 to 7 of the National League System, all Norfolk FA sanctioned Leagues have now reached a decision as to how they would like to conclude their respective seasons and as such Norfolk FA and all 12 leagues have released a joint statement regarding this, which can be found

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Woolpack finally like going to School(house)

League cup weekend and the games didn’t disappoint. Woolpack hosted Schoolhouse in the clash of the round in a repeat of last weeks County Cup semi finals. This time it was Woolpack who took the spoils (and Schoolhouse saw red) as they ran out 4-1 winners. Horsford also ran out 4-1 winners against Aslacton. Farmhouse couldn’t repeat their recent good league form as they went down 2-1 at Poringland Christopher Lay with both goals. The

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The Vikings (Reserves) Win as the Hors(es) don’t like the Farm

Schoolhouse against Woolpack in the Senior Cup was always going to the pick of the games and it lived up to it. Schoolhouse winning 2-1 after extra time with Woolpack down to 9 men. Charlie Roe and Shaun Taylor winning it for Schoolhouse. They’ll be joined at Carrow Road but Acle who rushed aside Div 1 side Marlborough. 8-0, Aaron Sanders 3, Nathan Page 2, Sam Whiting 2 and Sam Ellis scoring. In the Junior

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Wish This Rain Would Fork Off!

County Cup Semi Final weekend can only mean 1 thing, a shed load of rain, so 3 of the 4 games were called off.  Efforts were made at The Fountain as former league secretary Ben Casey and Referee Tom Harvey tried to fork the pitch but no success. Congratulations to Easton for making it to the final of the Junior Cup with a 2-0 against Tavern Old Boys. Easton’s biggest name player with both goals…Marcus Dunthorpe-McInerney

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Do We Not Like Dennis As Silver Fox Gain Promotion To Prem

Once again, the weather took centre stage as Storm Dennis came….at a whimper but still games we called off due to it. Not all postponements were due to the wind (which wasn’t there), some were down to pitch conditions which can’t be helped.   There were 2 games in the Prem, in form Farmhouse travelled to Phoenix, sharing 6 goals in a 3-3 draw, Tom Huckerby, Charlie Wade and Rob Warminger scoring for Farmhouse. Goals

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League Cup Sunday

It’s been a while since we had a report so I thought I’d do one.   It’s cup weekend, which means we had a shed load of rain but not too many postponements. There was only one game involving 2 Prem teams, with Poringland taking on Mischief and winning 2-1, Matthew Elwin and Chris Lay scoring. Div 1 side Silver Fox took Prem side Phoenix to extra time and penalties but it was Phoenix who

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Congratulations

Congratulations to committee member Dennis O’Brien on his award from Norfolk FA for services to refereeing. Dennis was a respected referee in the league for many years and is now the referees voice on the Sunday League Committee. A well deserved achievement

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Someone’s Up To Mischief

There’s only one place to start this report…..Sewell Park, where Mischief halted Schoolhouse’s unbeaten record with an excellent 4-2. Schoolhouse had only conceded 4 goals in their first 9 games prior to this. Phoenix picked up their second win of the season beating Middle Green 3-1.  It was all thrills and spills at Griffin Park where Aslacton played out a 0-0 draw with Farmhouse.   Poringland and MC Rovers finally played their first round league

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Aslacton Stall Acle

With the top 3 Prem teams out of action Acle had the chance to close the gap. All was looking good after goals from Elliot Atlay and Sam Ellis saw them be 2-1 up with 20 minutes to go and Aslacton down to 10 men due to injuries. However, an equaliser came, and they held on for an excellent 2-2 draw. The only other game in the division saw Middle Green travel to Poringland and

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