Gorleston looking for place in the history books
Gorleston are chasing a place in the history books after their record-breaking start to the season.
The Greens' seven-game unbeaten run is their best start to a campaign since 1983-84 – when they lost their eighth match, which was at Chelmsford City in the FA Cup. However, they still have a long way to go to equal their finest start yet, which was 18 unbeaten at the beginning of the 1923/24 term.
Stewart Larter's side – who have an FA Cup first round qualifying date at Spalding on September 14 – are at home to Newmarket Town today. A victory will see them leapfrog Norwich United and climb back to the top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier League table.
Elsewhere, Kirkley & Pakefield host Ely City while Diss Town are at Woodbridge Town.
In the First Division, Fakenham Town host Needham Market Reserves, Great Yarmouth Town entertain AFC Sudbury Reserves and unbeaten Swaffham Town are at home to Team Bury. Dereham Town Reserves visit Cornard United in the Step Six league's knockout cup preliminary round.
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Fakenham will be looking to recreate their recent home form which has seen them plunder 14 goals in two matches.
Boss Wayne Anderson said, after their midweek draw at Swaffham, said: 'I'm confident that, playing at home on a better pitch – and it will be nice to be back at home – we can get the three points.'
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