Nov 15th

LATE COOK STRIKE DENIES ACLE With this weekend being designated as one for the County Cups, it was a reduced league programme that took place on a cold, blustery Sunday morning. Before their home game with Acle Rangers, Poringland Wanderers were presented with the first Macron Sports sponsored Sporting Award for Sept/Oct by League President Ray Kiddell. The game itself provided good entertainment, with the home side taking the lead after five minutes when Tim

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Nov 8th

SCHOOLHOUSE MAINTAIN LEAD AT THE TOP This weekend’s games took place on Remembrance Sunday where it’s hoped that all clubs and officials observed a minutes silence before the matches began. A few games also failed to survive the recent heavy rain that made some pitches unfit for play Schoolhouse remained three points clear at the top of the Premier Division after two Connor Delaney goals helped them to a narrow 2-1 home win over Dussindale

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Nov 1st

REMEMBRANCE DAY   Could all clubs please remember to observe a minutes silence for Remembrance Day before kick off this weekend   TOP THREE MARCH ON   The top 3 in the Premier remain as the top 3 with the early season pace setters all getting wins. Schoolhouse took over at the top, albeit via having a better goal difference after travelling to POW and coming away with a 4-2 win. Acle Rangers drop to

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Oct 25th

SCHOOLHOUSE JOIN ACLE AT TOP AFTER WIN With an extra hours sleep, you would like to think that everybody lined up bright eyed and bushy tailed come kick off time this weekend. Only two games were played in the Premier Division and at Easton College, Schoolhouse had goals from Kieran Delaney, Rhys Logan and Connor Delaney to thank for a 3-0 win over Farmhouse, a victory that sees them move level on points with Acle

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Oct 18th

DISAPPOINTMENT AS ROVERS FALL AT FIRST HURDLE Riverside Rovers venture into the FA Sunday Cup this weekend, ended in disappointment as they went down 4-0 to a decent Priory Sports side from Essex. Having hired the FDC as a venue, a fair sized crowd turned out to watch the game and the first twenty minutes were pretty even, but once the visitors scored twice before half time and added a third on the hour, the

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Oct 11th

ROVERS TAKE ON NATIONAL CHALLENGE Riverside Rovers go into the unknown this Sunday when they take on Priory Sports from Essex in the National FA Sunday Cup. Its the first time a club from our league has entered the competition for over ten years, and we wish them well and hope for success. The game takes place at the FDC, Bowthorpe with a 2pm kick off, please come down and show your support SAUNDERS DOUBLE

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Oct 4th

SAD PASSING OF FORMER PoW MANAGER Former William IV and Prince of Denmark manager Paul Winter has sadly passed away after a battle with illness. Paul was a great servant to Sunday football and was known to many clubs, players and officials of the league, many of whom are still involved, and showed great passion and dedication to any club he was involved with. He will be sadly missed by many in the grassroots game, and the

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Sept 27th

ROCASTLE DOUBLE KEEPS CHAMPIONS ON TOP A Jordan Rocastle double and a Jamie Atkins strike enabled reigning champions Riverside Rovers to stay at the top of the Premier Division courtesy of a 3-0 victory at Poringland Wanderers. Rovers dominated for much of the game and only an amazing save by home keeper Tommy Taylor prevented a fourth, although the Poringland were guilty of missing two guilt edge chances near the end of the game that

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Sept 20th

FARMHOUSE OFF THE MARK AFTER HOME WIN With it being a designated County Cup week, it was a very limited league programme that took place this weekend. In the Premier Division, Farmhouse got their first points on the board at the third attempt with a 5-2 home win over Bungay Town. Tommy Salmon 2, Michael Cullum 2, and Shaun Taylor the scorers Windmill Wanderers are setting the early pace in Division 1A. They made it

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Sept 13th

SCHOOLHOUSE RECOVER FROM EARLY SETBACK TO TAKE POINTS Leon Brock hit a hat trick, Josh Bull a double, and there were goals for Rhys Logan and Tim Henery as Schoolhouse came form behind to beat Poringland Wanderers 7-3. Tim Carey replied with a treble for the visitors. The game between Riverside Rovers and AFC Wanderers was goalless at the break, but the reigning champions stepped up a gear in the second half to score five

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