The Norfolk Cricket League season has now reached the halfway point and Sandringham remain clear at the top of Division One, Joe Peveritt leading their title charge with a massive 163 not out in their win over St Andrews.
Great Witchingham and Cambridge Granta produced a memorable game at Walcis Park – with three results possible going into the final over.
Swardeston recovered from a disastrous start to record an emphatic win at Mildenhall – and set the scene perfectly for a showdown with the one side above them in the table.
There is a new name at the top of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division table after Cromer suffered only their second defeat of the season.
Garboldisham A and Bircham are continuing to set a hot pace in Division Four, with both teams winning again on Saturday.
The semi-final line-ups for the NW Brown Norfolk Twenty20 competition have been confirmed.
Legendary cricket commentator Henry Blofeld will retire from his role on BBC Radio 4’s Test Match Special in September.
There’s an important match at the foot of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian League tomorrow, with the bottom two coming face to face at the Victory Ground.
Garboldisham hosted a superb game of cricket in the searing heat, with Norfolk Under-14s eventually going down by one wicket to their Surrey counterparts.
Norfolk completed a resounding 185-run win over Buckinghamshire at Burnham yesterday to set themselves up nicely for next month’s Minor Counties Championship Festival at Manor Park.
Norfolk are well placed to win their Minor Counties Championship clash at Buckinghamshire after an excellent second day.
Norwich will be hoping their season is finally up and running after coming through a tense encounter against Great Witchingham to record only their second win of the campaign.
Holders Swardeston bowed out of the national Twenty20 Cup yesterday after being beaten by Horsford in the final Norfolk qualifier.
It was a mixed week for the Norfolk Senior teams this past week.
Sandringham displaced Castle Rising at the top of Division One in the Norfolk Cricket League as they beat them by 97 runs.
Dereham turned another excellent all-round performance to record a sixth successive win in Division One of the Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance.
The form book was turned upside down in Division Two of the Norfolk Alliance as bottom side Bradenham saw off leaders Topcroft.
Norfolk came within nine runs of breaking a record that has stood for over 110 years on the opening day of their Minor Counties Championship fixture against Buckinghamshire.
Swardeston continue their defence of the National Club Twenty20 title tomorrow when they host Horsford in the final stage of Norfolk qualification.
Unicorns Championship action returns for Norfolk with a trip to Buckinghamshire tomorrow.
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