Champions-elect Saxlingham require just four points from their final fixture in Division One of the Norfolk Cricket League at home to Great Yarmouth, whose relegation was confirmed despite their comprehensive win over St Andrews.
Whereas Wednesday night’s win against QPR felt like it could have been the start of the Daniel Farke revolution, Saturday’s performance at Villa Park was instead achingly similar to any number of away defeats suffered last season.
I have made the successful road trip to Villa Park, as a young city supporter on several occasions now, having travelled many miles to watch Norwich City over recent seasons, so I was anticipating an interesting encounter between these two sides.
Norwich United crashed out of the FA Cup in north east London as a goal in each half condemned the Planters to a preliminary round exit for the second successive year, this time at the hands of step five Clapton at the Old Spotted Dog ground.
This Norwich City season should really have come with a health warning for those of a delicate disposition, because I’m sure that we can expect more of the peaks and troughs of this week as the new players and Daniel Farke’s systems continue to gel.
Special Olympics Norfolk (SON) athletes are celebrating a 35-medal haul after a highly successful week of competition in the National Games in Sheffield which attracted more than 2,600 competitors from all over Britain.
Another major athletics championships over and, despite some of the issues and controversies, settling down each evening to watch the latest instalment and day’s action really was something I looked forward to.