Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers have pulled off something of a coup by clinching the services of former county cricketer Robbie Joseph.
Local knowledge was put to good use as Terry Norman and Graham Carman came out on top in the February Open Pairs at Great Yarmouth and Caister.
Cromer Town confirmed their first win in nearly two years was no flash in the pan on Saturday by picking up their second victory in three games.
These two great rivals produced a game of untold drama that had a big Mackenders crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the final whistle.
Norfolk’s Will Harrold will once again be playing his golf in some far flung locations this year.
Stalham Town have begun the search for a new manager while they conduct a battle against relegation from the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination.
For the third time this season Holt have gained five league points due to their opposition conceding the game.
Sheringham claimed a narrow win over Aylsham on Saturday to give their Anglian Combination Division One promotion hopes a timely boost.
The Eastern Counties One North season concludes at the weekend with champions Fakenham entertaining Norwich Medics in a re-arranged game - but there are still plenty of matches to be played.
Cromer Town gained their first victory in nearly two years on Saturday when the won 2-1 at Attleborough Town in the First Division of the Anglian Combination.
It was a mixed weekend for the two north Norfolk teams challenging for promotion to the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination.
Holt were handed their second walk-over of the season on Saturday - but on this occasion a match did take place at Bridge Road.
Former Cromer Town manager Jordan Kemp admits he is worried about the club’s future after being unable to turn round their fortunes during a brief spell in charge.
Holt Rugby Club will be maintaining a proud tradition when they stage their annual Boxing Day match at Bridge Road.
Aylsham recorded their best result of the season so far at the weekend to ensure they went into the festive break on a real high note.
Swaffham’s Nic Cains rounded off a season remember in fine style at a chilly Sheringham Golf Club last week.
Sheringham ensured bragging rights over local rivals Cromer Town with a resounding 9-2 win on a cold and windy Friday evening at Weybourne Road,
Cromer Town will be hoping to avoid a double dose of derby day misery on Friday eveningn.
Aylsham’s surge up the Anglian Combination Division One table continued on Saturday when they took the derby honours at North Walsham.
High-flying Sheringham have a big game under lights to look forward to next week.
James Oliver scored a hat-trick for the second weekend running as Aylsham piled more misery on neighbours Cromer Town in Division One of the Anglian Combination.
Holt moved up to third place with a victory by four tries to two over a Wymondham side who gave a good account of themselves after a change of coach.
Sheringham booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Anglian Combination’s Mummery Cup competition at the weekend as their excellent start to the season continued.
Sheringham recovered from a half-time deficit to maintain their two point advantage at the top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division.
Aylsham gave an excellent account of themselves in Saturday’s Norfolk Senior Cup tie at Great Yarmouth Town before bowing out after extra-time.
A defeat is never a cause for celebration - but Cromer Town could feel well pleased with their efforts after losing at home to Attleborough Town on Saturday.
Ahead throughout the game, North Walsham Raiders were pushed all the way by a strong Great Yarmouth-Broadland side, hanging on through five minutes of added time.
Stalham Town put a disappointing run of form behind them with an excellent 3-2 win at Waveney in the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination.
North Norfolk rivals Sheringham and Cromer both went head to head with top flight opposition in the first round of the Norfolk Senior Cup on Saturday - and the outcomes could hardly have been more of a contrast.
Southwold went marching on at the top of the table with another emphatic win.
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