North East Norfolk League latest
Nicholsons of Stalham NEN LeagueGimingham managed only a 1-1 home draw against Corpusty but they remain narrow Slater and Frith Division One title favourites with 32 points, four ahead of neighbours Mundesley on level games with three fixtures remaining.
Nicholsons of Stalham NEN League
Gimingham managed only a 1-1 home draw against Corpusty but they remain narrow Slater and Frith Division One title favourites with 32 points, four ahead of neighbours Mundesley on level games with three fixtures remaining.
Reigning champions East Ruston are out of it after
losing 3-2 at North Walsham OB and Happisburgh need outside help to close an
eight-point gap with three games to come.
Bodham edged closer to the Wayford Nurseries Division Two title after destroying Aldborough Lions unbeaten record with a worthy 4-1 (McIlwarth, Pratt, Edwards, Wright) away victory, leaving them two points ahead of Runton with a game in hand, while Aldborough are now 17 adrift with five in hand.
- 1 The north Norfolk roads closing for the Queen's Jubilee
- 2 Norfolk-born entrepreneur is second richest person in country
- 3 Anne Boleyn's execution commemorated at Blickling
- 4 Revamped 'hidden gem' restaurant hoping to put village on map for food
- 5 Cafe and shop along Norfolk Broads up for sale with 'rare opportunity'
- 6 Restaurant apologises after boy hospitalised with allergic reaction
- 7 Landlord appeals against fine for 'excess cold and electrical hazards'
- 8 'Long-awaited in the area' - New Norfolk deli celebrates local produce
- 9 Morgan the model moggie raises £1,000s for other animals
- 10 'Amazing' display of cascading poppies now on display in Cromer
Mundesley Reserves still head Knights Trophies Division Three after beating Holt Colts 3-1 but the highest scorers of the day were Cromer Youth OB who trounced Hickling Reserves
13-2 (Buxton 5, Warren 4, Freeman, Tyrrell, Jordan, Robinson).