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Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-finals postponed

PUBLISHED: 10:02 23 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:28 23 January 2018

Norwich United boss Steve Eastaugh will have to wait to take on King's Lynn Town in the Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-final. Picture: TGS Photography

Norwich United boss Steve Eastaugh will have to wait to take on King's Lynn Town in the Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-final. Picture: TGS Photography

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Bad weather forced the postponement of both of Tuesday night’s two Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-finals plus a Bostik Premier match at Lowestoft.

Hendon were the scheduled visitors to Lowestoft, but the match was postponed after a pitch inspection.

Norwich United’s Senior Cup quarter-final at home to King’s Lynn Town also fell victim of the wet conditions after Plantation Park failed an inspection. That was quickly followed by the postponement of the other quarter-final between Wroxham and Dereham Town at Trafford Park – which has been rearranged for next Tuesday.

A new date for the Norwich United match is yet to be scheduled. The other two quarter-finals are scheduled for this weekend, with Great Yarmouth at home to Downham and Thetford travelling to Wymondham – both 1,30pm kick-offs. Norwich United are next in action at Bostik North leaders AFC Hornchurch on Saturday whilst Lynn travel to Hitchin in the Evo-Stik Premier.


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