Feast of EAPL action on offer as four Norfolk teams prepare for home games

Swardeston skipper Mark Thomas bowling against Horsford last weekend. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Swardeston skipper Mark Thomas bowling against Horsford last weekend. Picture: NICK BUTCHER - Credit: Nick Butcher

Four of Norfolk's teams are at home in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League tomorrow.

Great Witchingham will look to build on their 52-run victory over Bury St Edmunds on the opening day when they welcome Copdock & Old Ipswichian to Walcis Park, who lost a thriller by one wicket at home against Cambridge Granta last weekend.

Defending champions Swardeston hit the road for the first time after kicking off with a solid four-wicket win over Horsford at home, travelling to Burwell, who began with a six-wicket defeat at Sudbury.

Horsford host Bury and Vauxhall Mallards entertain Sudbury, hoping to shake off a four-wicket defeat away to Mildenhall. The league new boys unleashed West Indies fast bowler Tino Best on the Ducks and saw the 35-year-old take his three wickets early on. Norwich host Mildenhall this week as they look to get over a three-wicket loss at Frinton.


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