Youngster Matthew Taylor was the man for the big occasion as Swardeston booked their place in the final of the national Royal London Club Championship after a truly incredible finish at The Common.
Swardeston sealed a fifth successive East Anglian Premier League title as Freddie Ruffell picked the perfect day to score his first century in the competition.
Horsford A recorded an excellent win at closest rivals Dereham to clinch the Norfolk Alliance Division One title – but it remains to be seen whether they will be going up.
Players and officials of Brooke CC are mulling over whether they should go for promotion after sealing their first Dipple and Conway Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title at the weekend.
Swardeston will host what is being billed as the most prestigious match in their history on Sunday when they play their Royal London Club Championship semi-final at The Common.
Garboldisham lifted the Lady Mary Trophy at Manor Park after winning a tense and exciting match against Bradfield with three wickets to spare.
Norfolk captain Chris Brown is already looking forward to seeing what 2017 will bring for the county squad – after a season of clear progression.
The penultimate week of the Norfolk League season saw many promotion and relegation issues sorted, although not all, writes Mike Ridout.
Brooke secured the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title for the first time at the weekend after keeping their nerve to see off nearest challengers Old Buckenham.
Swardeston can seal a fifth successive East Anglian Premier League title next weekend after securing a hard-fought derby win over Great Witchingham on Saturday.
Over 200 youngsters took part in this year’s Norfolk Youth Festival at Manor Park.
The final of the Carter NACO Cup was held at Garboldisham on Sunday and saw Fakenham complete a convincing victory over Cromer by 242 runs.
Norfolk finished their season in style, with a dramatic final session sealing their first away win in the Unicorns Minor Counties Championship for three years.
Norfolk skipper Chris Brown turned on the style as Horsford won only their second game of the campaign.
Brooke kept their championship charge on track by ensuring Sprowston’s challenge continues to go off the rails.
Hopes of finishing the season with a win are still alive and kicking for Norfolk in Cumbria.
Middle-order resistance gave Norfolk something to build on going into the second day of their final match of the season.
Finishing on a high is the target for Norfolk as they prepare for their final match of the Unicorns Minor Counties Championship season.
Jordan Everett fell just four runs short of a notable landmark as Ashmanaugh and Barton Wanderers came out on top in a must-win game against Mattishall.
Swardeston stayed firmly on course for a fifth successive Gibbs Denley East Anglian League title when they recorded a resounding 110-run victory over fourth-placed Copdock and Old Ipswichian.
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