Shortage of players worries league
RUNTON got their season up and running when they opened their Optic NEN League account with a 3-1 home win over visitors Mundesley.Champions Gimingham picked up their first maximum with a 4-0 success over visitors Corpusty.
RUNTON got their season up and running when they opened their Optic NEN League account with a 3-1 home win over visitors Mundesley.
Champions Gimingham picked up their first maximum with a 4-0 success over visitors Corpusty.
Ludham are the early pacemakers following their 5-0 home win over Lyng whilst North Walsham A hit seven at Hickling who replied just the once.
In Division Two, Briston lead the way following their odd goal win of three over Aldborough, Aylsham A put five past Mundesley Res without reply.
Erpingham lost at home to Stalham A 5-1, whilst Corpusty Res and Felmingham shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
Worstead were odd goal winners of seven at home against Cromer Youth Old Boys with Cawston and Holt Colts drawing one apiece.
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- 10 MP 'not concerned' about single Omicron case in north Norfolk
Although it is early days the league management are concerned for the clubs who are having problems struggling with player shortage, currently there are grave concerns about several teams hopefully these will weather the storm and come through unscathed.