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Leading Angels tackle bottom of table side

PUBLISHED: 12:16 30 December 2009 | UPDATED: 10:13 13 July 2010

The Anglian Combination swings back into action on Saturday with championship leaders North Walsham, six points ahead of a pack led by Cromer, hosting a Sprowston Athletic outfit well adrift at the bottom of the Premier Division with just four draws from their 14 games to date.

The Anglian Combination swings back into action on Saturday with championship leaders North Walsham, six points ahead of a pack led by Cromer, hosting a Sprowston Athletic outfit well adrift at the bottom of the Premier Division with just four draws from their 14 games to date.

Cromer, with two games in hand over the Angels, face a difficult trip to Loddon, who have the same number of points as the Crabs but from two games more.

Sheringham, in contrast to winning the title last season, kick off second bottom at Blofield, who are again in the championship mix, nine points adrift of North Walsham but with four games in hand.

Wroxham Reserves are in Mummery Cup third round action at home to Beccles Town. In the league, the Yachtsmen are mid-table in the premier section while their visitors are third.

Division One sees Reepham visiting a reviving Hindringham, Holt at Scole and Stalham at home to Wells.

In the Division Three, Aylsham in third spot entertain a struggling Fakenham Reserves, second-placed North Walsham Reserves visit Freethorpe who are fourth bottom while Cromer Reserves, in fourth place, visit mid-table Marlingford.

In Division Four, Hoveton Wherrymen entertain Long Stratton Reserves, Sheringham Reserves are at home to South Walsham and in Division Five, Buxton entertain Hindringham Reserves and Stalham Reserves visit Poringland Reserves.

Division Six sees Aylsham Reserves at Mulbarton Wanderers while Reepham Reserves host Martham Reserves.


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