Early promise already at stake for leading duo
NCC WEST NORFOLK LEAGUE: Two of the opening day's unbeaten records quickly come under threat tomorrow in Division One. Bircham, fresh from their 45-run win over Sandringham, travel to Grimston with the defending champions buoyed by their two-wicket victory over newly promoted Springwood.
Two of the opening day's unbeaten records quickly come under threat tomorrow in Division One.
Bircham, fresh from their 45-run win over Sandringham, travel to Grimston with the defending champions buoyed by their two-wicket victory over newly promoted Springwood.
Terrington were comfortable winners of their season opener against Swanton Morley and will eye further progress with the visit of Leverington, whose own opening fixture with Hayley East Anglia was a complete wash out.
Hayley should put their false start to bed with the visit of Springwood, while Snettisham's narrow win over Northwold sets them up nicely for the trip to Sandringham.
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Northwold will look to bounce back with a home win over Swanton Morley, who prop up the early league table.
In Division Two, Fakenham will be hoping to make amends for their capitulation against Downham on day one - where they posted just 18 runs.
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However, they have another tough prospect in front of them, with a trip to Castle Acre who had an excellent opening win at Holt last weekend.
Downham host a Heacham side eager to put right their seven-wicket defeat by The Creakes, who sit third after one game and host second place Denver.
Narborough and Gayton face off at the top of Division Three's early standings, after both enjoyed comfortable opening day wins.