Ruston eyes on cup
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) LeagueWITH Optic Benevolent Cup holders Buxton up in the Anglian Combination, a different name is certain to be engraved on the trophy this term, and that could be losing finalists East Ruston who won their local derby in the first round against Dilham 3-2.
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League
WITH Optic Benevolent Cup holders Buxton up in the Anglian Combination, a different name is certain to be engraved on the trophy this term, and that could be losing finalists East Ruston who won their local derby in the first round against Dilham 3-2.
Newcomers Haisbro Athletic will also be strong contenders after slamming Cawston 9-0.
Gimingham beat the old Happisburgh team 5-2, Corpusty achieved a worthy 1-0 win over Mundesley, North Walsham OB hit eight goals without reply at Felmingham and Lyng will also be serious contenders after beating Stalham A
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1-0 victors over Runton and Coltishall achieved a
4-1 penalty shoot-out win after sharing six goals with Erpingham.
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