Tomorrow there will be over 1,000 Norwich City supporters who’ll be spending their Sunday heading to and from Wolverhampton Wanderers. Sadly, I won’t be one of them – but that doesn’t make me any less of a fan.
With Storm Dennis playing havoc with the region the players of both Needham Market and Lowestoft deserve the utmost praise for coping with the conditions and providing an entertaining closely fought 90 minutes.
It’s only six months since that sticky early August evening at Anfield when City kicked off their season but as they prepare for the return fixture all the hopes and dreams we took with us that day have largely evaporated.
High winds forced the cancellation of the final round of the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League – and blew away the remaining chance that Norfolk rider Kieran Jarvis could step up from the runners-up position in the Senior Men’s League.
Making defensive errors whilst playing the division’s highest scoring attack is a recipe for disaster as Lowestoft found to their cost on Saturday with basic mistakes playing a big part in all of Bromsgrove’s goal.