Chasing pair refuse to give up squash title fight
With Potters without a match in the Premier Division of the Norfolk SRA leagues, former champions East Anglia and holders East Anglia II kept alive their faint hopes of winning the title.
East Anglian beat the Bob Carter Centre 19-8 while East Anglia II were 18-9 victors over Broadland.
Former champions Barnham Broom remain rooted firmly to the bottom of the division after losing 18-5 to Bannatyne's.
With Potters' two remaining matches against Broadland and Barnham Broom the title is theirs to lose, but the East Anglia teams showed they won't go down without a fight with battling wins.
East Anglia III remain well clear at the top of Division One after beating bottom side Broadland II 20-2. The two other teams in with a serious chance of promotion both won with Diss winning 18-8 at North Norfolk while North Walsham beat Fakenham 17-6.
North Walsham only had four players for their match at Fakenham but still won 17-6.
The Division Two title race is wide open after top of the table Cromer lost 13-9 at UEA while second place East Anglia V beat Broadland III 17-8.
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In Division Three Potters II are the only unbeaten team in the five divisions and they made it eight wins from eight matches as they beat Fakenham II 19-3. Barnham Broom III remain in second place after a narrow 16-10 win over UEA II.