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Mulbarton Wanderers hoping to close gap on Harleston

PUBLISHED: 12:00 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:00 16 February 2018

Action from Harleston's win over Norwich Ceyms last weekend. Picture: Antony Kelly

Action from Harleston's win over Norwich Ceyms last weekend. Picture: Antony Kelly

Archant Norfolk 2018

Mulbarton Wanderers will be looking to maintain the pressure on leaders Harleston Town today.

Wanderers are seven points behind the leaders with three games in hand, but will be wary of today’s visitors, St Andrews, who have won their last two away games, at Stalham and Bradenham.

Wanderers moved into second a week ago after a 3-0 win at Waveney – coupled with Norwich Ceyms’ 2-1 defeat at Harleston.

Harleston have a trip to Blofield United – whose last game was a 4-1 cup win over Mulbarton Wanderers a fortnight ago.

Bradenham Wanderers, in fourth, entertain Wroxham Reserves while Long Stratton are at home to Mattishall.

Acle United will be looking to build on last week’s win at bottom side Stalham when they host Caister. Hellesdon are at home to Beccles Town.

First Division leaders Wymondham hit 11 last week and travel to neighbours Attleborough today, while second-placed Sheringham host fourth-placed Mundford.


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