Cromer recorded an emphatic win over last year’s champions Brooke to end a promising Norfolk Alliance Premier Division campaign on a high note.
Cromer look set to finish second in the Premier Diovision of the Norfolk Alliance after winning their penultimate game of the season in emphatic fashion.
Cromer’s hopes of winning the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title were finally extinguished on Saturday afternoon when they suffered a surprise home defeat.
With just four rounds of matches to be played the race for the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title appears to be heading towards an exciting conclusion.
Norfolk Alliance Premier Division leaders Cromer made it six wins in eight games at the weekend when they saw off bottom side Sprowston by 74 runs at the Norton Warnes Ground.
It was not a good weekend for Bradfield as they lost in the Norfolk Alliance against Dereham and in the NACO Cup against Cromer.
There was an early finish at the Norton Warnes Ground as Cromer beat Horsford A by eight wickets to move 21 points clear at the top of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division.
Cromer are sitting proudly at the top of the Premier Division of the Cecil Amey Norfolk Alliance after three mathces.
There wasn’t any rain about on Saturday – but that didn’t prevent Cromer’s match in the Premier Division of the Norfolk Alliance from being abandoned.
Cromer got their Norfolk Alliance Premier Division campaign off to a promising start on Saturday.
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