Cromer and Horsford A battle for promotion in Frankly Digital Norfolk Alliance Division One
There will be a winner-takes-all contest at Manor Park tomorrow as Cromer try to regain their Norfolk Alliance Premier Division status at the expense of Horsford A.
The one remaining fixture in Division One could hardly be more significant, as third-placed Horsford A host Cromer, in second. Leaders Swardeston A have already completed their fixtures and will be overtaken whatever the outcome.
Only four points separate Norwich and Fakenham at the top of the Premier Division with three games left to play.
Fakenham host Sprowston tomorrow and Norwich face Vauxhall Mallards A at Brundall.
In Division Three, Great Witchingham A need victory at Sprowston A to stand any chance of claiming the one promotion spot, with leaders Garboldisham playing their final game next weekend.
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In the East Anglian Premier League, Swardeston will hope for a similar set of results to last weekend, when their lead grew to 29 points.
They host Saffron Walden tomorrow, with second-placed Vauxhall Mallards at Copdock & Old Ipswichian. Horsford, a further four points behind, travel to Bury St Edmunds and Great Witchingham host Burwell.
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On Sunday, Swardeston-CEYMS Sharks take on Lowestoft Lions at Manor Park in the final of the Junior Carter Cup, starting at 1pm.