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Sheringham add to squad ahead of first season in Thurlow Nunn League

PUBLISHED: 08:42 18 July 2019

Former Norwich City stars Cedric Anselin and Darren Eadie met up at last week's friendly between Sheringham and Norwich United. Anselin is the Planters' manager while Eadie is the brother-in-law of Shannocks' boss Chris Wigger and played for the club last season Picture: ROBERT WALKLEY

Former Norwich City stars Cedric Anselin and Darren Eadie met up at last week's friendly between Sheringham and Norwich United. Anselin is the Planters' manager while Eadie is the brother-in-law of Shannocks' boss Chris Wigger and played for the club last season Picture: ROBERT WALKLEY

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Sheringham have some new faces on board as they prepare for their first season in Division One North of the Thurlow Nunn League.

Action from the friendly match between Sheringham and Norwich United Picture: ROBERT WALKLEYAction from the friendly match between Sheringham and Norwich United Picture: ROBERT WALKLEY

The newly promoted Shannocks recently snapped up former Fakenham, Dereham and Wroxham striker Ashley Jarvis after earlier announcing three new arrivals.

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They boosted their firepower by signing Marcus McInerney, who scored 39 goals for Hingham Athletic in the Anglian Combination last season, and Connor Kerry, the former North Walsham frontman who had recently been playing for Diss Town.

On top of that they added experienced defender Matthew Cross, who has played for Norwich CBS, Bradenham and Dereham, to their squad.

The Shannocks, who recorded an excellent 2-0 win over Norwich United in a home friendly, begin their league campaign with a trip to Lakenheath on Saturday, August 3 before hosting Great Yarmouth Town in an attractive first home game on Tuesday, August 6.


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