Neutral venue for Norfolk Senior Cup clash between Caister and King’s Lynn Town

Shaun Stocker, right, looks set to play for Lynn in the Norfolk Senior Cup tonight. Picture: TIM SMI

Shaun Stocker, right, looks set to play for Lynn in the Norfolk Senior Cup tonight. Picture: TIM SMITH - Credit: Tim Smith

The home of quarter-finalists Gorleston will host this evening's last scheduled Norfolk Senior Cup fourth round tie between Caister and King's Lynn Town.

Emerald Park – where the Greens, who won 3-1 after extra-time on their own turf against Downham Town in the county competition on Saturday, will again be used between two teams who are looking to make it into the last eight.

Anglian Combination Premier Division Caister, 11th in the 16-team league, play four levels below the Evo-Stik Premier Division Linnets. But the visitors look set to field a mainly reserve-based side, most of whom ply their trade just one tier above their opponents in the Thurlow Nunn First Division. Young Lynn first-team fringe duo Chris Ward and Shaun Stocker look set to be involved in what appears to be the maiden meeting between the two towns in the competition.

Caister were without a game at the weekend and have seen off Harleston and Reepham to reach this stage.


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