Freezing times but Cromer’s form is hot

The freeze has seen Cromer Town stay top of the Anglian Combination's Premier Division, with the league now on hold. There may be some games on January 3, but the main league programme does not resume until January 8, the day when the Crabs should finally get to play their Norfolk Senior Cup tie with Wroxham.

Cromer lead the chase for the Sterry Cup with 31 points from 14 games, followed by St Andrews on 27 from 12 and defending champions Blofield with 25 points from just 11 games played.

Wroxham Reserves are in fifth spot with 21 points from 14 matches while Sheringham (18 from 13) are eighth, two places above North Walsham (16 from 12).

In Division One, Reepham are sixth with 20 points from 12 games, one place better off than Holt (19 from 12). Stalham are fourth from bottom with a tally of 12 points from 12 games.

Division Three has Aylsham third with 24 points from 11 matches, trailing Loddon (26 from 14) and Harleston (25 from 10). Cromer are sixth bottom (16 from 13) three places better off than North Walsham Reserves (10 from 12).


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Hoveton Wherrymen are going well in Division Four, second with 28 points from 11 games, three points behind leaders Hemsby who have played the same number of games. Sheringham Reserves are sixth with 21 points from 12 games.

Reepham Reserves (18 from 13) are eighth in Division Five with Buxton (13 from 11) two places below them. Stalham Reserves are bottom, their 10 games having yielded four points.

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Aylsham Reserves (26 from 13) are second on goal difference to East Harling Reserves in Division Six, with Holt Reserves sixth, 22 points from 10 games.

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