Consistency the key for Wymondham

Having recorded a good home win against Campion last week, Wymondham must now try to build on this result and improve on their current mid-table position in London 3NE.

South Woodham Ferrers were soundly beaten last week by form team Holt but are likely to prove a different proposition on their home turf where their last league game saw them lose by a four points to Norwich.

Wymondham coaches Justin Loveridge and Alan Turner have seen their side display flashes of excellence in several of their matches this season but have been emphasising the need for consistency, particularly in defence, if they are to achieve their true potential.

Several players are struggling with injury and the unfortunate winger David Martin looks set for a long lay-off with a hip injury. Captain Sokia hopes to play at least some part in the match, possibly in the pack.

The rest of the side has a familiar look with young half-backs James Wyatt and Billy Graham-Park having established a useful partnership and evergreen centre O'Sullivan adding his experience to the mix.

• Norwich travel to Wanstead tomorrow.

Wanstead are fifth in the league having won five games this season to Norwich's six. They are a handful at home but also had a useful away win at Newmarket last week. Norwich will have to be at their best to to record their fourth consecutive win.

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Team selection was being finalised after training last night but it is hoped that utility back Rob Micklethwaite will have recovered from injury and his 21st birthday celebrations to take his place in the squad. The Lions take pride of place at home entertaining UEA in the Merit Table. The A XV are at away to Fakenham while the Extra A are at home to Swaffham 2nds.

• Lowestoft and Yarmouth face a daunting task in London 2NE when they travel to face league leaders Romford and Gidea Park, who have won all eight of their league fixtures so far.

They were pushed all the way by Hampstead last week however before edging home 12-11, while L&Y were beating Woodford, so the visitors will be aiming to exploit any weaknesses tomorrow.

• Beccles, bottom of the table and still looking for their first win, also have a tough assignment, with a trip to second placed Basildon on the agenda.

But they too should be up for the challenge after pushing third placed Chelmsford all the way at Beef Meadow last weekend before going down 18-16.