March 22nd

HAPPY SUNDAY AS SCHOOLHOUSE, LAKEWOOD, MIDDLE GREEN AND PHOENIX ALL TAKE TITLES With the season’s end fast approaching, Farmhouse returned to the top of the Premier Division after goals from Michael Barker, Ollie Forkes and Michael Cullum helped them to a 3-0 win at Norman Wanderers. Acle Rangers kept their title challenge alive as they scored ten (Ricky Forder 4, Julian Bussell 3, Ashley Watson, Bradley Hyde, Ben Morgan) when winning at Spixworth Sunday and

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March 15th

ASLACTON KNOCK OUT HOLDERS TO REACH LAST FOUR OF LEAGUE CUP This weekend saw the quarter finals of the League Cup take place and it brought about some entertaining games. Aslacton provided the result of the round as they knocked out last years winners AFC Wanderers. beating them 2-0. Ed Lake and Justin Womack scored for the 1A side. After suffering a setback to their title challenge last week, Farmhouse bounced back to form as

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March 8th

SETBACK FOR FARMHOUSE AS NEAREST RIVALS SHARE POINTS The race for the Premier Division title looks set to go to the wire as the weekend produced a fair amount of surprise results throughout the league. Farmhouse missed the opportunity to go back to the summit as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at Spixworth Sunday, with Daniel Mace and Andrew Salih scoring for the home side. As this was happening, their main rivals Riverside

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March 1st

MIXED FORTUNES FOR LEAGUE IN COUNTY CUPS On a busy day for football, this weekend saw the Semi Finals of the County Cup competitions take place and it brought mixed fortunes for our clubs. In the Senior Cup, Riverside Rovers never really got going after conceding two early goals and were beaten 4-1 by El Sol from the Yarmouth League, whilst Schoolhouse, after making the trip to Kings Lynn, came from behind to take a

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February 22nd

County Cup Semi Final Weekend This weekend sees the semi finals of the County Cups. Riverside Rovers and Schoolhouse carry the league flag in the Senior Cup, both hoping to progress to Carrow Rd. Rovers will be at home to El Sol From the Yarmouth Sunday League, whilst Schoolhouse make the long trip to Kings Lynn to face Chilvers, a side they beat in the 2012 Junior Cup Final. In the Intermediate Cup, its Norwich

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February 15th

MOOSE FAIL TO HOLD ON AS ACLE FIGHTBACK The outstanding games remaining the in League Cup second round were played this weekend. Mad Moose, bottom of 1A at present gave Premier Division Acle Rangers a real fright by racing to a two goal lead within the first ten minutes, but a second half recovery by the home side saw them progress to the next round as they scored four without reply. Adam Edwards scored twice

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February 8th

ROVERS GO NAP TO OPEN UP GAP Quite a pleasant morning greeted players and spectators alike this weekend as the race for honours in every division begins to heat up. Some games though, still fell foul of the bad weather from last week as pitches, including some at Eaton Park, had not recovered from being played on during the previous weeks deluge. In the Premier, Riverside Rovers opened up a four point gap at the

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February 1st

 FARMHOUSE FIGHT BACK TO EDGE THRILLER This weekend’s fixture list was decimated as the recent constant heavy rain took its toll on many pitches in the Norfolk area. Credit goes to the hardy souls who braved the inclement weather to stand on the touchline. One venue where all the scheduled fixtures went ahead was Eaton Park, where three of the second round League Cup games were played. Farmhouse entertained 1B title chasing Schoolhouse in a

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January 25th

NO LET UP IN TITLE CHASE AS TOP THREE ALL WIN An ideal morning for football greeted players this week and it proved to be a good day for the title chasers in the Premier Division. Riverside Rovers stayed a point clear at the top as Jordan Rocastle scored four of the five goals in their victory at Poringland Wanderers. Stephen Edridge was the other player to find the net. Darren Parnell 2, Matt Plumstead

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