Holt aiming to sign of with a win against fellow strugglers


- Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2007

Following seven gruelling months the final league fixture for Holt sees them host Campion, the one side below them in the table.

Both teams will be saying farewell to London Two North East and moving to what look like being revamped Eastern Counties and Essex leagues next season.

Holt have enjoyed five seasons at level seven, a remarkable achievement considering they have a small squad made up largely of home grown players.

Last time out Campion won their first game of the season, beating Ipswich 24-20, while they have also ran Norwich and Woodford close recently, so the hosts won't be taking them lightly. However, ending the season with a victory would be an excellent way of preparing for the coming three weekends, with Holt involved in local cups at Diss (Easter Saturday), Fakenham (April 22) and West Norfolk (April 29). There will be an extra fixture at Bridge Road with an invitational side playing Holt Owls.

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