Premier Division

Harleston will play Sheringham in the final of the Mummery Cup.

Two of the Premier Division’s big hitters lock horns in the Mummery Cup.

Harleston Town’s march to the Premier Division title continued with a 3-0 win at Caister.

Wisbech Town have ’10 cup finals’ ahead in the chase for title glory.

Lowestoft Town have lost the services of top scorer Jake Reed - less than 24 hours after their financial plight was made public.

Another frosty morning greeted players but while a few Norwich Sunday League games were casualties of the conditions, common sense in delaying kick-off times and plain good luck played their part in getting many played.

Norwich Dragons look doomed to relegation from the Premier Division after blowing a two goal lead to lose 3-2 at bottom side Old Loughtonians.

Norwich Dragons III took another giant step towards sealing the Premier Division title on Saturday by making it 16 wins in 18 games.

These are exciting times for Wymondham Town, with the club’s men’s and women’s teams both chasing league and cup doubles.

Harleston moved nine points clear at the top of the Premier Division thanks to a thumping 5-1 home win over Beccles.

Thetford manager Danny White is aiming for a top-10 Premier Division finish.

Mulbarton Wanderers and Norwich Ceyms provide the match of the day as second plays third in the chase for Premier Division leaders Harleston Town.

New recruit Jamie Thurlbourne is relishing the chance to play a part in Wisbech Town’s bid to win the United Counties League Premier Division title.

Norwich Dragons are staring relegation in the face after being beaten 3-1 at Cambridge City II in a re-arranged Premier Division fixture.

Norwich City moved into the promotion places in Premier B after beating visitors Havering 2-1 in a tight encounter at Taverham.

Broadland kept their outside Premier Division title hopes alive with a 2-0 win at Loddon on a day when they were the only top three side in action.

Norwich Dragons slipped deeper into the Premier Division relegation mire at the weekend after losing twice in two days.

Harleston Magpies Ladies made it back-to-back wins in the East Conference by brushing aside Chelmsford at Weybread.

The top two clash in what promises to be a Premier Division cracker this afternoon.

Norwich Dragons put in a good show at the Olympic Park before going down 2-1 at third-placed Wapping in their latest Premier Division match.

Norwich Dragons III moved six points clear at the top of the Premier Division as they recorded a big away win while their closest rivals were cancelling each other out.

With a reduced schedule in the Anglian Combination attention fell to the last eight of the Mummery Cup.

Heavy rain saw a number of pitches waterlogged – but it was still a decent program that took place.

Norwich Dragons won a thrilling match against St Albans II 4-3 at The Den to move seven points clear of the Premier Division’s bottom two.

Cromer Town gained their first win in nearly two years as they claimed a 2-1 win over Attleborough Town in the First Division of the Anglian Combination.

The spotlight was on the quarter-finals of the county cups, and in the quest to reach Carrow Road, the Norwich & District Sunday League is guaranteed to have at least two of the four semi-finalists.

The Premier Division title race is wide open after a stunning match saw leaders Harleston go down 5-4 at home to third-placed Mulbarton Wanderers.

Wroxham begin a new era with a home game against FC Clacton as they struggle to adjust to life back in the Premier Division.

Two of the top three clash on Saturday in a match that could have a big bearing on the destination of the Premier Division title.

Norwich Dragons started the New Year in fine style by claiming a crucial home win.

Manager Ian Culverhouse’s pre match ‘call to arms’ message was met with a positive response as the Linnets cruised to victory over a lacklustre Dorchester Town and returned to the top of the Southern Premier Division as a result.

Harleston Town will be looking to get a painful defeat out of their systems when the Anglian Combination season resumes after a two-week break.

Local footballers resume hostilities on Boxing Day after bypassing the festive feasts in pursuit of glory.

Wroxham will have their sights on a place in the top five when they travel to Ely City in the Premier Division of the Thurlow Nunn League this afternoon.

Norwich Dragons II stretched their lead at the top of the Premier Division of the Empresa League with a comprehensive 5-0 win at Evergreens.

Kirkley & Pakefield manager Mark Willis has paid tribute to his players after watching them turn around the club’s fortunes in spectacular fashion.

With weekend frost and heavy rain to contend with, only a handful of the scheduled games took place in the league, and those who did play deserve great credit.

The cold weather decimated the Anglian Combination league programme this weekend - but there were some matches that survived.

Kirkley & Pakefield will be aiming to maintain a remarkable transformation when they entertain struggling Ipswich Wanderers this afternoon.

Norwich Dragons III remain three points clear at the top of the Premier Division with a game in hand on their closest rivals after an emphatic 6-0 win over Norwich City IV.

Norwich City are now six points behind leaders Harleston Magpies II in Division One North after sharing the spoils for the third weekend in succession.

It was a bright but chilly morning that greeted everybody – ideal conditions for football.

A bright crisp November morning greeted sides as another set of fixtures were completed.

Norwich Dragons III moved five points clear at the top of the Premier Division after turning in an dominant performance to see off UEA II 7-0 at The Den.

Norwich Dragons’ mini-revival in the Premier Division came to a halt on Saturday when they went down 3-0 at Sevenoaks II.

More than 200 guests attended the Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance annual dinner at Wensum Valley Golf and Country Club.

The Norwich & District Sunday League will provide five of the eight quarter finalists in this season’s Norfolk Sunday Senior Cup.

Norwich Dragons III moved four points clear at the top of the Premier Division after inflicting a second successive heavy defeat on early pacesetters Lowestoft Railway.

There remains only one unbeaten side in the Premier Division as CEYMS lost their first game of the campaign.

Wroxham have signed teenage striker Connor Ingram from Gorleston.

Acle continue to lead the way in the Premier Division after a 5-1 home win over Bungay.

On a weekend where many games kicked off early so that players could watch the East Anglian derby, Acle Rangers returned to the top of the Premier Division after scoring nine of the 13 goals in their game at Farmhouse.

Norwich Dragons III beat Broadland 2-1 in the Premier Division’s match of the day to move three points clear at the top.

Harleston Town look determined to go one better this season as they made it a magnificent seven at the start of the new Premier Division campaign.

Norwich United take a break from league action today when they travel to Essex to take on Grays Athletic in the preliminary qualifying round of the FA Trophy.

Broadland and Norwich Dragons III continue to set the pace in the Premier Division after claiming away victories at the weekend.

The Anglian Combination representative squad took centre stage, which resulted in a reduced senior program, but this year’s Inter League Cup campaign began and ended in the first round as the Amateur Combination ran out 5-0 winners.

It was back to league action in the Norwich Sunday League following the County Cup fixtures on what was for a change, a bright sunny morning.

Gorleston begin life without Ricci Butler on Tuesday night when Kirkley & Pakefield make the short trip to Emerald Park.

There was a limited league program in both senior divisions as the Norfolk Senior Cup got underway.

Fakenham Town will be desperate to make hay while many top-flight teams are otherwise occupied on Saturday.

Norwich CEYMS and Harleston maintained their perfect starts in the Anglian Combination Premier Division.

It’s back to league action in the Anglian Combination on Saturday following the Mummery Cup exploits.

Great Yarmouth Town’s match against Fakenham Town on Tuesday night has been postponed.

Mulbarton began their defence of the Mummery Cup with a 2-1 win at Attleborough Town.

Gary Setchell has been named as the new boss of Wisbech Town.

It was a case of goals galore to start September as Harleston joined CEYMS at the top of the Premier Division thanks to a 6-3 win at Stanway Town.

Wroxham will be looking for their third win in seven when they travel to Saffron Walden Town today.

Thetford Town will be looking to get back to winning ways in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division this evening when they entertain Great Yarmouth Town at Mundford Road.

Stow and Diss sealed promotion back to the top flight of the Norfolk Alliance on a dramatic final day at the top of Division One.

Wroxham look to be getting used to life in a new division after victory at Long Melford.

With the new season just two weeks old, three teams remain unbeaten in the Premier Division.

The first weekend of the Anglian Combination season saw seven fixtures played in the Premier Division.

Brooke overcame a brave challenge from underdogs Martham to claim an exciting one-wicket victory in the Lady Mary Trophy final at Manor Park.

Great Yarmouth Town must avoid “second-season syndrome” as they kick off their Thurlow Nunn campaign amid one of the strongest Premier Division line-ups in years.

The sense of excitement was palpable as fans leant against metal barriers, mugs of tea in hand, at the historic Wellesley ground.

It’s is perhaps fitting that Great Yarmouth Town’s opening match of the new season should be in the FA Cup.

Ahead of a new punishment for dissent being trialled in the Anglian Combination this season, clubs in our region are eagerly awaiting full details of how new sin bins will be put in to practice.

This season’s Lady Mary Trophy Final will be contested by Brooke and Martham following contrasting semi-finals at the weekend.

Talented students at a Lowestoft high school have triumphed in the national finals of a prestigious dance contest.

Cromer closed the gap on leaders Old Buckenham thanks to a six-wicket win over Downham Town in the Premier Division of the Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance.

After a summer of uncertainty, Cromer Town Football Club returned to pre-season training this week.

The top two go head-to-head on Saturday in the match of the season so far in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

There’s an important match at the foot of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian League tomorrow, with the bottom two coming face to face at the Victory Ground.

Dereham turned another excellent all-round performance to record a sixth successive win in Division One of the Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance.

It is a grandstand that has offered Bloaters fans a perfect view to watch their football team win, lose and draw thousands of games.

Garboldisham are proving that last year’s impressive second placed finish in the top flight of the Norfolk Alliance was no flash in the pan.

Norwich United have announced that their newly-formed U21 side will be playing in the First Division of the Thurlow Nunn League.

Downham Town took over at the top of the Premier Division of the Norfolk Alliance as morning leaders Cromer endured a nightmare afternoon at Old Buckenham.

The opportunity of a return to Fakenham Town was too good to resist for Robbie Harris.

New professional Gary Chirimuuta stood centre stage in spectacular fashion as Brooke got their season back on track after a humiliating defeat.

There was an incredible display of big-hitting as visitors Diss piled up a huge total in Saturday’s Division One fixture at Mattishall,

Schoolhouse are the Norwich Sunday League’s 2016/17 League Cup winners after a closely-fought 2-0 victory over Division 1A champions Norman Wanderers in front of a crowd of over 250 at the FDC.

Norman Wanderers will be looking to complete a league and cup double when they take on Schoolhouse FC in the Sunday League Cup final at the FDC on Friday evening (kick-off 7.30pm).

The title shoot-out on the final day of the Almary Green Anglian Combination Premier Division season has been confirmed – setting up a weekend thriller between Spixworth and Harleston.

Great Yarmouth Town secured a fifth-placed finish on the last day of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season thanks to a 4-3 win at Hadleigh.

Reigning champions Brooke have brought in a first-class player from Zimbabwe ahead of the defence of their Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance crown getting into full swing tomorrow.

Trimingham Pilgrims secured a place in the Norwich Sunday League Premier Division for the first time as they beat 1A runners-up Brooke FC 4-1 in the play-off final.

Congratulations are in order for Riverside Rovers, who retained the Norwich Sunday League Premier Division trophy after getting the point required against Dilham Cross Keys.

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