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Harleston and Norwich Ceyms clash in Mummery Cup

PUBLISHED: 16:02 16 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:02 16 March 2018

Anglian Combination Premier Division action from last week's game between Mattishall and Waveney 1. Picture: Steve Wood

Anglian Combination Premier Division action from last week's game between Mattishall and Waveney 1. Picture: Steve Wood

Steve Wood Photography

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

Leaders Harleston have a trip to third-placed Norwich Ceyms – a reminder of a terrible afternoon for Adam Gusterson’s men back in December when they were on the receiving end of a 6-1 hammering.

Harleston have lost just once since then and have a nine-point advantage over their rivals.

The meat in the league sandwich are Mulbarton Wanderers, also nine points adrift but with three games in hand. Wanderers can cut that when they travel to Acle United. In the other Mummery Cup game today, Sheringham host Blofield United.

While it looks like a three-horse race for the title, there is plenty of pride to play for, especially between the next four teams.

Bradenham are without a game, so Hellesdon can leapfrog them into fourth with a home win over Reepham.

If they fail, then Wroxham Reserves have a chance – they are at Mattishall. Long Stratton host Beccles.


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