Bodham and Corpusty in final
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) LeagueIT'S Bodham and Corpusty lining up for the Optic Benevolent Cup final at Greens Road, North Walsham on Easter Monday morning.
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League
IT'S Bodham and Corpusty lining up for the Optic Benevolent Cup final at Greens Road, North Walsham on Easter Monday morning.
Bodham eliminated East Ruston by the odd goal of three (aet) after taking their limited chances while last season's losing finalists squandered theirs.
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Corpusty beat Hickling by the odd goal of three but Bodham, who seem set to become Division Two champions, may well cause another upset.
The REW Subsidiary Cup final at Holt on Wednesday, April 15 is between Horning - who beat Aylsham A 2-1 - and hot favourites Mundesley, who were 5-0 winners over North Walsham Old Boys.
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The finalists of the Ebridge Feeds Division Three Cup at a venue to be arranged are Gimingham Reserves, who eliminated Haisboro Athletic 4-2, and Mundesley Reserves - who may well complete the cup double for the Seasiders.
In Wayford Nurseries Division Two, unbeaten Aldborough Lions closed the gap between Bodham and Runton to five and four points respectively after a 2-1 victory over Dilham and still with seven and five games in hand.