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Action from Wroxham's win over Dereham in the Norfolk Senior Cup final at Carrow Road. Wroxham manager Stewart Larter.

Wroxham manager Stewart Larter is hoping to see long-term benefits from victory over Dereham in the Norfolk Senior Cup final.

Wroxham, blue, and Dereham will face off again this evening. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Rivals Wroxham and Dereham will lock horns for the third time this season in tonight’s Norfolk Senior Cup final.

Wroxham’s hopes of ending their Ryman North campaign on a high were dashed as Bradley Nobbs’ injury-time equaliser earned rock-bottom Burnham Ramblers a share of the spoils.

Dereham Town manager Matt Henman and assistant Neil Simmons. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Dereham’s promising league campaign ended on a losing note on Saturday.

Wroxham manager Stewart Larter. Picture: Steve Adams

Wroxham will be playing just for pride today when they take on rock-bottom Burnham Ramblers in their final game.

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Dereham Town failed to take their play-off push right to the wire – but boss Matt Henman remains proud of his players’ efforts, writes Ed Colman.

Matt Henmans men will be playing in Ryman North again in 2015/16. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Dereham’s play-off hopes ended when they could only gain a draw against relegation-threatened Maldon & Tiptree, writes Rene Kendal.

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Wroxham’s hopes of reaching the Ryman North play-offs were dashed as Arian Retkoceri’s 83rd-minute effort sealed a win for Aveley.

Nathan Stone is unable to play for Wroxham this afternoon. Picture: JAMES BASS

Stewart Larter has admitted his Wroxham side need to apply some pressure on those above them as they attempt to salvage their play-off ambitions against Aveley, writes Thomas Crabb.

Dereham's Ryan Hawkins feels the full force of a Brentwood challenge. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Dereham Town will be looking to boost their chances of breaking into the Ryman North play-off places when they visit lowly Maldon & Tiptree United on Saturday, writes Ed Colman.

Jamie Forshaw was on target for Wroxham against Heybridge Swifts.

Wroxham’s play-off hopes suffered a severe dent as Heybridge Swifts claimed a late leveller at Scraley Road.

Action from Dereham Town v Brentwood Town at Aldiss Park - Luke Tuttle celebrate scoring from distance with a volley. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Dereham completed a double and kept themselves firmly in the play-off picture.

Liam Wales and Dereham Town are within touching distance of the top five. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Dereham Town will hope to outmanoeuvre another rival in the thrilling race to reach the Ryman North play-offs.

Ryan Hawkins, right, found the net for the Magpies at Needham. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Dereham had to dig deep to gain a useful point and maintain their play-off hopes against their title-chasing hosts, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham, blue, suffered a damaging defeat at Needham. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wroxham dropped out of the Ryman North play-off positions as Soham Town Rangers came from behind to secure a well-earned victory, writes Thomas Crabb.

Luke Tuttle scored the crucial goal for Dereham against Waltham Abbey. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham recorded another crucial victory in their quest to reach the play-offs with Waltham unlucky not to gain a point at Aldiss Park.

Wroxham v Needham Market at Trafford Park, Christy Finch applies the pressure for Wroxham. Photo :Steve Adams

Wroxham produced a resolute defensive display to earn a potentially crucial point against league leaders Needham Market at Trafford Park.

Jamie Forshaw is looking to continue his purple patch for Wroxham this afternoon, having scored three goals in his last two matches. Picture: Denise Bradley

Stewart Larter insists his Wroxham side will be taking their season run-in one game at a time ahead of hosting league leaders Needham Market.

Sam Borrer in action for Dereham Town during last week's 3-1 win over AFC Sudbury. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Dereham Town can complete a quick-fire Ryman North double this afternoon to strengthen their play-off push.

Tony Dickerson.

There will be a minute’s silence before all Anglian Combination matches on Saturday following the death of the league’s president, Tony Dickerson.

Dereham Town FC v AFC Sudbury.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Dereham recorded a fine victory against Jamie Godbold’s high-flying side which kept alive their play-off hopes.

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Wroxham came up against a despondent Redbridge outfit who had lost their last game 7-0, writes Thomas Crabb.

Stewart Larter will be hoping his Wroxham team can bring three points back from London. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Wroxham will be looking to get their play-off push back on track as they prepare to travel to Redbridge, writes Thomas Crabb.

Dereham Town's Luke Tuttle. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham Town’s chances of gatecrashing the play-offs will be given a huge boost if they upset AFC Sudbury.

Wayne Anderson, left, and Neil Jarvis will stand side by side for the last time as Fakenham's management duo tomorrow. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

The biggest talking point from the non-league football scene in the area this week is discussed in detail on Gavin Caney’s latest podcast offering.

The higher-level club Wayne Anderson is joining has been confirmed as Dereham Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Departing Fakenham boss Wayne Anderson insists his decision to take over Dereham Town Reserves will not hinder his managerial progress.

Dereham Town's Luke Tuttle. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham maintained their impressive away record with another three points in a 2-0 win over Barkingside, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter.

Wroxham’s play-off hopes hit another stumbling block as they could only manage a 1-1 draw against Great Wakering Rovers.

Matt Henman. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Dereham Town have an ideal chance to hang on to the coat-tails of the top five when they visit struggling Barkingside.

Andy Howell, right, is missing for Wroxham after suffering a nasty head inury in the week. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter claims it’s still all to play for in the Ryman North play-off race as they prepare to host Great Wakering, writes Thomas Crabb.

Remy Gordon scored his 22nd goal of the season for Wroxham at Romford. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Wroxham snatched a draw from the jaws of victory in Essex this evening, after a dramatic finale against Romford.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter.

Wroxham will be looking for a positive response from Saturday’s defeat at Waltham Abbey when they visit a Romford side who they hammered 8-0 at home, writes Thomas Crabb.

Danny White played a part in Wroxham's weekend goal. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Wroxham’s four-game winning streak came to an end as a battling Waltham Abbey completed the season double over the play-off hopefuls at Capershotts, writes Thomas Crabb.

Dereham, black and white, lost on Saturday. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Dereham’s play-off hopes suffered another blow after a solitary first-half goal by striker Billy Jones kept Harlow’s own promotion bid on track, writes Rene Kendal.

Luke Tuttle scored two goals for Dereham in midweek. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Injury problems were eased for Dereham Town in midweek, when striker Luke Tuttle returned from his own injury problems to score twice.

Ryman League Division One North: Wroxham v Dereham. Wroxham manager Stewart Larter
. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Stewart Larter and his Wroxham play-off hopefuls will be looking to keep their recent upsurge in form going when they travel to mid-table Waltham Abbey.

Remy Gordon, pictured in action against Dereham at the weekend, scored for Wroxham against Cray

Wroxham climbed to third in the Ryman League North table last night as two goals in as many second half minutes saw them to a narrow victory over a spirited Cray Wanderers.

Ryman League Division One North: Wroxham v Dereham.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Manager Stewart Larter praised the clinical nature of his Wroxham side after late strikes from Remy Gordon and Christy Finch saw them to a dogged win over rivals Dereham Town.

A Wroxham supporter celebrates after full-back Stephen Taylor fires the Yachtsmen in front against Dereham at Trafford Park. Picture: Simon Finlay

Wroxham emerged victorious from yesterday’s Norfolk derby at Trafford Park, beating Dereham 3-1 at Trafford Park.

Craig Bussens scored Dereham's third goal against Diss. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Dereham safely progressed to the Norfolk Senior Cup final despite a plucky display from Thurlow Nunn Premier League opponents Diss.

Kyle Baker, pictured in his Kirkley & Pakefield days before his recent move to Wroxham, sealed his new team's Senior Cup win against Norwich United. Picture: Mick Howes

Wroxham secured safe passage to their third successive Norfolk Senior Cup final with a cagey 2-0 win over Norwich United.

Ryan Hawkins saw red for Dereham Town on Saturday. Picture: IAN BURT

Dereham’s play-off hopes were dented as a solitary first-half goal earned Thamesmead the points at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter is looking to repeat the Norfolk Senior Cup success he had with Gorleston last season.

Wroxham will be looking to reach their third successive Norfolk Senior Cup final when they entertain Thurlow Nunn high-flyers Norwich United tonight.

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Dereham Town will be desperate to not drop any further points this evening as the battle to reach the Ryman North play-offs continues to hot up.

Football action from the Ryman League: Wroxham FC vs Chatham, Wroxham in blue. 

Picture: Mark Bullimore

Late strikes from Christy Finch and Remy Gordon saw Wroxham leap back into the play-offs with a somewhat fortunate win, writes Tom Crabb.

Dereham, black and white, dropped points in their quest to reach the Ryman North play-offs on Saturday. Picture: IAN BURT

Dereham squandered a two-goal lead and had to settle for a point at Burroughs Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Matt Hockley leaps above a team-mate during Dereham's win over Tilbury. Picture: NEIL SMITH

Boss Matt Henman is not getting caught up in the mathematical minefield that is Dereham Town’s play-off push, writes Ed Colman.

The play-off picture is becoming much clearer for Dereham Town, black and white. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

A fine hat-trick by Liam Wales helped elevate Dereham to fourth place in the Ryman North table and push them above local rivals Wroxham as Tilbury ended the night with nine players, writes Rene Kendal.

It's neck and neck between Dereham, black and white, and Wroxham to squeeze into the Ryman North play-off places this season. Picture: IAN BURT

Dereham Town may have dropped points at the weekend – but they can still move into the play-offs with a victory this evening.

Dereham Town boss Matt Henman.

Play-off chasing Dereham had to settle for a point at Aldiss Park.

Danny White scored for Wroxham at Harlow. Picture: Ian Burt

Wroxham kept their play-off ambitions on track with a deserved 1-1 draw at Harlow Town – who moved top of the table with their point.

Michael Clunan in action for Dereham during their last home game. Picture: NEIL SMITH

Dereham Town know a victory – if other results go their way – could move them into the Ryman North play-off places come 5pm.

Nathan Stone, right, can finally play football again for Wroxham this afternoon. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter expects his side to react to past disappointments when they travel to high-fliers Harlow Town, writes Thomas Crabb.

Ryan Hawkins. Picture: IAN BURT

It was a dream come true for Keshi Anderson when he swapped non-league football for the Premier League. GAVIN CANEY wonders whether some of our local players could follow suit.

Ross Bailey, in the blue of Bury Town, has shone in the black and white of Dereham since his recent switch. Picture: PAGEPIX LTD

Dereham produced a gutsy second-half performance to record a superb win at the Arena against their third-placed Essex opponents, writes Rene Kendal.

It's neck and neck between Dereham, black and white, and Wroxham to squeeze into the Ryman North play-off places this season. Picture: IAN BURT

Dereham Town can strengthen their promotion push this evening by picking up points from one of their main Ryman North play-off rivals.

Dereham Town boss Matt Henman.

A late scrappy goal by debutant Ross Bailey ensured Dereham’s play-off chasing side gained another three points following a tight game at Theobalds Lane.

Ross Bailey, in the blue of Bury Town, has shone in the black and white of Dereham since his recent switch. Picture: PAGEPIX LTD

Boss Matt Henman believes midfielder Ross Bailey can make an instant impact at Dereham Town, writes Gavin Caney.

Dereham Town v Romford. Picture: Ian Burt

Play-off chasing Dereham Town will have to reignite their push to break into the top five on Saturday.

Wroxham, blue, are flying in Ryman North. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wroxham carried on their recent upturn in form with a deserved victory.

Danny White is available again for Wroxham after missing the midweek win over Scole United in the Senior Cup. Picture: Ian Burt

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter insists his side are only concentrating on themselves as they prepare to travel to Thamesmead.

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