Cromer bid to claw top side back

Tomorrow sees the chance for several sides on the fringes of the promotion race in the Lovewell Blake Norfolk Alliance to claw back ground on the leaders.

Tomorrow sees the chance for several sides on the fringes of the promotion race in the Lovewell Blake Norfolk Alliance to claw back ground on the leaders.

In the Premier Division, third-placed Cromer host leaders Downham aiming to erode the 44-point bridge between the clubs. Second-placed North Runcton, who are at home to Beccles, are waiting in the wings to take advantage should Downham slip up.

In Division One, Mattishall could go second if they manage to inflict a second successive defeat on runaway leaders Lowestoft.

The team currently in second, Norwich, are at home to bottom club Saham Toney, who stunned Lowestoft last weekend.


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Division Two's match of the day is at Dereham, where the top of the table hosts take on Bradenham, who are third. Second-placed Bradfield are at home to Garboldisham.

And it is a similar story in Division Three, where Hillington could continue their fairytale start as an Alliance club by going top of the table. But first they must achieve a favourable result against top team Sheringham and hope that Mundford have an off day when they travel to bottom side Beccles A.

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The top four meet each other in Knights Norfolk League Division One.

Leaders Hales are at home to fourth-placed Great Melton, while second-placed Great Witchingham are at Aldborough, who are third.

West Norfolk League Division One leaders Thetford could move a step closer to returning to the Alliance if they can beat Mundford A, who are rock bottom.

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