Downham and Lowestoft chase titles
Downham and Lowestoft could be crowned champions in their respective divisions tomorrow.Premier Division leaders Downham are at Old Buckenham and if they come away with a victory and third-placed North Runcton get a win at home to Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers - who are second - Downham would have an unassailable lead going into the final two games.
Downham and Lowestoft could be crowned champions in their respective divisions tomorrow.
Premier Division leaders Downham are at Old Buckenham and if they come away with a victory and third-placed North Runcton get a win at home to Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers - who are second - Downham would have an unassailable lead going into the final two games.
Lowestoft, meanwhile, are in an even stronger position in Division One and they know that 20 points at Swardeston tomorrow will seal the title.
Elsewhere in the Premier Division, Acle's bid to beat the drop continues as they travel to Topcroft.
Acle have won their last two games to move off the bottom of the table and they are now 27 points from safety.
Beccles, who are directly above them, are at home to Vauxhall Mallards.
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Second-placed Mattishall are 56 points behind Lowestoft in Division One and they are at relegation-threatened Stow tomorrow. Stow slipped in to the relegation zone after losing their crunch match against Saham Toney last weekend. Saham can further boost their survival chances if they win at Saxlingham tomorrow.
Division Two leaders Bradfield have a potentially tricky game at home to Dersingham and second-placed Bradenham will be poised to take advantage of any slip-up as they take on bottom club Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers A. Third-placed Dereham are at home to Horsford.
Garboldisham, currently in the second relegation spot, could go above North Runcton A if they beat them tomorrow.
Division Three is the closest title race, with Mundford and Sheringham level on points, although Mundford are on top as they have won more games.
Mundford are at Norwich A tomorrow, while Sheringham host Swaffham. Hillington, who could yet sneak up on the inside as they trail by 25 points, are at Fakenham.