Canaries want to get back in the action

Following a frustrating two-week league break, Norwich City Ladies travel to Lewes on Sunday hoping to keep their current league form going.

Having already faced Lewes in the SE Combination this season and winning by quite a margin, third-placed City are aware that Lewes, currently four places below them, will be a tougher challenge on home soil and must not be taken lightly.

Joint manager Emma Fletcher said: 'Although our league run has taken a back seat due to the weather some of the girls had the opportunity to play for their county last week so that would have given them a good run out,

'We still have one or two players to come back from injury so over the last few weeks we have been stretching ourselves a little thin so this break has probably helped us out there a bit.

'Lewes will be a tough game, we will be taking the squad there and staying overnight as we found last year it was important that the girls weren't tired when they arrive.'

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