Broadland in pole position to take title
Broadland completed their Anaco sponsored Norfolk SRA Summer League Premier Division programme this week with a resounding 16-1 victory over a three man Bannatyne's team.
This result added to last week's 14-8 victory at Barnham Broom means that they are 14 points clear of Diss, who have one match against bottom of the table Oasis, left to play.
The top of Division One is just as tight where, with two matches left to play, Cromer currently enjoy a narrow two point lead over Barnham Broom II. This week both teams picked up 14 points as Cromer had a nail biting 14-7 victory away to Broadland II while Barnham beat Fakenham 14-5 at home. Both teams have still got to play the Bob Carter Centre while Cromer also have to visit neighbours North Norfolk and Barnham have to play Bannatyne's II.
This week the Bob Carter Centre and North Norfolk shared the points in a 9-9 draw while the other match between North Walsham II and Bannatyne's II was also drawn, this time with a 10-10 scoreline. At the Carter Centre North Norfolk won at the bottom of the order with Devendra Mahatme beating Steve Cunningham 3-1 and Kevin Blake winning in straight games against Marco Valori but a 3-1 win for Graham Sibley over Ed Watson coupled with Tim Allenden's 3-0 victory over Martin Guppy gave the home side a share of the points.
The result of the top of the table match in Division Two between Diss II and Potters is not to hand but Fakenham II consolidated their third place with a 14-8 victory over Broadland III.
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Cromer II picked up a fortuitous 16 points in a 16-0 walkover against Oasis II while North Walsham III won 13-6 away to Broadland Hunters.
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