West Norfolk Sports Podcast: Special final-day Norfolk Alliance Premier Division preview

Will Dungar, unsuccessfuly appealing for lbw, as Fakenham slumped to defeat against Downham, in their final match of last season. Picture: RONNIE HEYHOE Will Dungar, unsuccessfuly appealing for lbw, as Fakenham slumped to defeat against Downham, in their final match of last season. Picture: RONNIE HEYHOE

Friday, August 29, 2014
6:27 PM

Host Gavin Caney focuses on what is sure to be a remarkable afternoon of cricket during tomorrow’s final day of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season.

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Nine teams have still got something to play for as the organisation’s top-flight draws to an incredible close. Two teams from the west of the county, Downham Town and Fakenham, can win the title. And remarkably seven clubs – including North Runcton – can be relegated as the tightest of races to avoid the drop heads for a dramatic conclusion.

Caney is joined by skippers Duncan Lanchester (Downham), Keegan Monahan-Fairlie (Fakenham) and ex-captain, but still a player, Andrew Barrett (Runcton) to get all the views from the men who matter ahead of the mouth-watering finale.

As ever, if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, there are some fans’ Tweets, and also all the latest sports news in the area rounded up in our Gone in 60 Seconds segment to bring you the best of the rest of the action across the district.

- To listen to the latest WNSP, click here, or visit www.edp24.co.uk/wnsp and click on episode 40.

- To get involved with the podcast, or for all your latest news, follow Gavin on Twitter by clicking on the link on the right-hand side of this page.

*Podcast record on August 27 & 28.

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