Thurlow Nunn League: Premier Division relegation situation unclear for Diss Town

Diss Town manager Mike Derbyshire. Diss Town manager Mike Derbyshire.

Monday, May 5, 2014
6:30 AM

Diss Town are facing a nervy few weeks before finding out whether their season has ended in relegation.

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With CRC set to drop out of the Thurlow Nunn League, it looks likely that only two teams will be relegated from the Premier Division.

With the Tangerines disappointingly losing 4-1 at second-from-bottom Wivenhoe Town on Saturday, they have finished third from bottom and in the relegation zone.

But a definite decision has not been made yet, leaving Diss uncertain of their future.

Thetford Town kept their heads above water despite losing 2-1 at FC Clacton in their final game, finishing in 16th.

Gorleston finished in fourth after a 0-0 draw at mid-table Brantham Athletic and Norwich United in sixth after a narrow 2-1 loss at already-promoted Brightlingsea Regent.

Kirkley & Pakefield already knew they had finished 14th but ended on a high, winning 4-1 at home against Newmarket Town.

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