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

06:30 05 May 2014

Diss Town manager Mike Derbyshire.

Diss Town manager Mike Derbyshire.

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

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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