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Swardeston set for first home league game of season

PUBLISHED: 00:06 11 May 2018

Swardeston opener Jordan Taylor turns the ball away during last weekend's win over Norwich at Ingham. Picture: TIM FERLEY

Swardeston opener Jordan Taylor turns the ball away during last weekend's win over Norwich at Ingham. Picture: TIM FERLEY

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There’s a good choice of viewing in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League tomorrow, with four fixtures being staged in Norfolk.

Having seen their opener washed out, Swardeston will be aiming to make full use of their first home fixture against Bury St Edmunds to keep the pressure on early pacesetters Sudbury, the team that pipped them to the title last year.

Great Witchingham, who like Swardeston have won one and lost one so far, entertain Burwell and Exning while Horsford take on Cambridge Granta and Vauxhall Mallards welcome Copdock to Halvergate. Standing joint bottom of the table with just 12 points to their name, both Horsford and Mallards could certainly do with a win.

Norwich are the only side on their travels, with Mildenhall - who saw off Swardeston on the opening day - their destination.

In the Cecil Amey Norfolk Alliance Premier Division champions Downham Town are at Old Buckenham while last season’s runners-up Cromer welcome 2016 winners Brooke to the Norton Warnes Ground.


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