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Ryan Crisp scored Derehams first-half equaliser at Diss last night. Picture: Mark Bullimore

Ryman League North side Dereham came from behind to see off their plucky Thurlow Nunn League opponents in an entertaining tie at Brewers Green Lane last night.

Lowestoft Town, blue, are not in action this evening. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

The third of five scheduled matches involving our area’s semi-professional clubs this evening has been called off.

The Planters are our area's only remaining side in the FA Vase after Gorleston, green, and Kirkley & Pakefield exited the competition on Saturday. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Norwich United will make a second attempt at staging their FA Vase clash against Hullbridge Sports this evening.

Rhys Logan opened the scoring for Dereham against Thamesmead. Picture: Mark Bullimore

Dereham warmed up the supporters who braved the elements at a bitterly cold Aldiss Park.

Wroxham v AFC Sudbury.

Wroxham turned in an improved performance but came up short against third-placed AFC Sudbury.

Jackson Ramm is unavailable for the Yachtsmen through suspension. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Wroxham will aim to end their recent slump as they embark on a second home match in a row, writes Adrian Gowling.

Dereham, black, in action during their win at the weekend. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Dereham may have to grind out another win if they want to add three points to their Ryman League North tally.

Action from Dereham Town v Heybridge Swifts at Aldiss Park. Picture: Matthew Usher.

It was all about the result for Matty Henman as he saw his side complete a double over struggling Heybridge.

Wroxham manager Stewart Larter's side fought back from two goals down only to lose.

Wroxham 2 Gt Wakering Rovers 4

Jamie Forshaw, blue, was part of a losing Wroxham team for the second time in a short period of time. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Wroxham’s impressive first-half display wasn’t enough to prevent the clinical Fleet from running away with the game, writes Tom Wardle.

Dereham Town were not head over heels with joy on Saturday. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Dereham conceded three times after the break to crash to a disappointing defeat, writes Rene Kendal.

Ashley Jarvis, right, has joined Wroxham. Picture: Ian Burt

Wroxham will have new recruit Ashley Jarvis in their squad today when they head to Essex for the second time in a matter of days.

Dereham boss Matt Henman. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A refreshed Dereham Town head to AFC Hornchurch looking to reignite their season.

Dereham Town's Under-18s prior to their glamour tie against Posh. Picture: IAN BURT

Striker James Cooper hit a brilliant brace as Dereham Town caused a huge FA Youth Cup upset, writes Gavin Caney.

Dereham Town Under-18's. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham Town will be looking to cause a huge upset this evening when they lock horns with Peterborough United.

Ryan Fryatt, middle, has become a key figure at King's Lynn Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Gary Setchell believes in-form Ryan Fryatt will continue to keep proving his King’s Lynn Town doubters wrong.

Dereham Town's Luke Tuttle. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham suffered late heartbreak in Suffolk, after allowing their lead to slip at Sudbury.

Neil Jarvis, right, during his time as Wayne Anderson's assistant. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Former Fakenham Town manager Neil Jarvis has opted for a fresh start by becoming higher-level Wroxham’s assistant.


Midfielder Adam Smith looks set to make his Ryman League North return for Dereham Town at AFC Sudbury.

The late joy among those in black and white shirts was cut short by Cray's late strike. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Ten-man Dereham gained a point against the league leaders after a dramatic finish at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham, blue, picked up a spirited point on Saturday. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

Wroxham’s outstanding defensive display after going down to 10 men earned them a well-deserved point at seventh-placed Thamesmead, writes Tom Wardle.

King's Lynn loanee Jack Frohawk made his Dereham debut in midweek. Picture: Ian Burt

League leaders Cray Wanderers are heading for Aldiss Park this afternoon, with Dereham boosted by a midweek draw at Witham.

Dereham earned a point after a close game at the Village Glass Stadium last night.

Dereham left the Harlow Stadium pointless after a goal in each half by the home side.

Wroxham manager Stewart Larter's side fought back from two goals down only to lose.

A dominant display from AFC Hornchurch meant the visitors to Trafford Park claimed a very well earned three points.

Dereham's Rhys Logan, left, was the star of his side's 2-0 derby win at Wroxham last month. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Just a fortnight after renewing acquaintances Dereham Town and Wroxham will go head-to-head once again this evening.

Christy Finch, right, celebrates finding the net during his Gorleston days. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Striker Christy Finch has signed a contract with Ryman League Premier Division Leiston.

Action from Dereham Town v Cheshunt at Aldiss Park - Manager Matt Henman and Neil Simmons. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Two goals in each half saw Dereham crash to a heavy defeat at Aldiss Park.

Jamie Forshaw, right, saw a penalty saved during Wroxham's weekend win. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

The Motormen couldn’t catch the clinical Yachtsmen after two first-half goals from Wroxham’s centre-back pairing saw a comfortable win for the away side.

Matt Halliday, right, has been playing with some younger Wroxham team-mates of late. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Boss Stewart Larter will not turn his back on the youngsters who have done depleted Wroxham proud in recent weeks.

Payton Swatman returns for Dereham today. Picture: MICK HOWES

Dereham will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they entertain Cheshunt, writes Rene Kendal.

Luke Tuttle and his team-mates in the black and white of Dereham will be aiming to bounce back this evening. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Dereham Town’s hopes of returning to winning ways takes them to a club on the crest of a wave.

There was less for Dereham Town to celebrate on Saturday. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Dereham squandered a first-half lead with two Christian Assombalonga goals winning the match for the visitorsw, writes Rene Kendal.

The blue shirts of Wroxham were on the end of an FA Trophy defeat at the weekend. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

An excellent second-half display helped Hastings end Wroxham’s FA Trophy interest at the first hurdle.

Ryhs Logan impressed for Dereham, black and white, during their midweek win over Wroxham. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Dereham Town will be hoping to ensure their sweet September continues into October, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter.

Wroxham have a bit of respite from Ryman League action this weekend as they enter the FA Trophy at the preliminary round stage, writes Adrian Gowling.

Derby match between Wroxham (Blue) and Dereham (Black & White stripes) in the Ryman League North Division. Pictured is opening goal scorer for Dereham Ryan Crisp (9).


A lightning Rhys Logan inspired Dereham to a 2-0 win at Trafford Park – to avenge last season’s Senior Cup final defeat.

Toby Hilliard is just one of the players who will not be on show tonight when Wroxham, blue, face Dereham Town. Picture: ROB COLMAN

Wroxham and Dereham Town renew their rivalry as Norfolk’s Ryman League North clubs prepare to lock horns at Trafford Park.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter.

Wroxham 1 Waltham Abbey 0

Dereham Town boss Matt Henman.

A late header from Dion Frary maintained Dereham’s unbeaten run following a disappointing game, writes Rene Kendal.

Jackson Ramm, pictured during his King's Lynn days, was sent off on his Wroxham debut. Picture: Matthew Usher

Wroxham play the second in a run of four consecutive home games this afternoon.

Action from the pre-season game between Dereham Town v Lowestoft Town at Aldiss Park, Dereham's Jake Anema. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Dereham Town will aim to continue their unbeaten month by adding to their points tally in Essex.

Former King's Lynn Town defender Jackson Ramm had an afternoon to forget on his Wroxham bow. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Wroxham fell to their first home defeat of the season as they were torn apart by Aveley’s David Fallah.

Luke Tuttle had a wonder goal to celebrate on Saturday. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

A brilliant late strike from Luke Tuttle settled a game that neither side deserved to win at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Frontman Danny Beaumont has an opportunity to reignite his Wroxham career – at the second time of asking.

Dereham Town are aiming to make it four games unbeaten in Ryman League North. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Dereham Town have been told they are still short of producing their dazzling best, writes Rene Kendal.

Danny Beaumont in 2014 action for Wisbech Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter has expressed his delight at resecuring the services of Danny Beaumont.

Luke Tuttle rescued a point for Dereham against Bury. Picture: IAN BURT

An injury-time penalty from Luke Tuttle earned Dereham Town a point against an unbeaten Bury side.

Dereham Town boss Matt Henman.

Dereham Town’s renewed confidence will be given a thorough examination at Aldiss Park this evening.

FA Cup action from King's Lynn Town v Wroxham at The Walks - Lee Stevenson gets his second goal of the game. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Lee Stevenson has expressed relief after breaking his scoring duck for the season in King’s Lynn Town’s FA Cup demolition of Wroxham at The Walks.

Jamie Forshaw was on target for Wroxham. Picture: Rob Colman

Wroxham left Essex wondering what might have been as they slipped to their third away league defeat of the season.

Sam Borrer scored for Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham Town well and truly cast off their goal-scoring problems at Redbridge.

Wroxham goalkeeper Elliot Pride was controversially sent off against Soham. Picture: Steve Adams

Jordan Attree was the hero as 10-man Wroxham grabbed a dramatic victory at Trafford Park yesterday.

FA Cup - Wroxham v Fakenham Town at Trafford Park. Wroxham first goal. Photo : Steve Adams

Super-sub Jack Garrod came off the bench to score twice as the Yachtsmen set up an exciting encounter against King’s Lynn in the first qualifying round.

Dereham’s inability to score again cost them dearly as they exited the FA Cup.

Action from Kirkley & Pakefield's 1-0 win at Fakenham Town, orange, last weekend. Picture: TONY MILES

Matt Blake struck a late equaliser to keep Norwich United in the FA Cup last night.

Dereham Town's Sam Borrer returns to action today. Picture: ROB COLMAN

Dereham Town are on their travels again as they aim to kickstart an FA Cup adventure.

Wroxham manager 
Stewart Larter. 

Picture: James Bass

Wroxham begin their FA Cup journey with a Norfolk derby at Trafford Park.

Dereham, black and white, are back in action this evening. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Ryman League duo Dereham Town and Wroxham are back on the road again this evening.

Action from an early-season FA Cup tie between Wisbech Town, red, and Diss Town. Picture: STEVE WILLIAMS

The preliminary round of the FA Cup will be played this weekend – but our sides already have a good idea of who they will be facing if they get through to the next stage.

Neal Simmons, left, is keeping things in perspective at Aldiss Park. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Dereham Town head to Essex looking for their first win – and goal – of the new season, writes Rene Kendal.


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