Norwich Ceyms playing catch-up as Harleston look to keep 100pc record

PUBLISHED: 15:03 24 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:03 24 November 2017

Action from Bradenham Wanderers' 2-1 defeat to Waveney (blue) last weekend. Picture: Steve Wood

Action from Bradenham Wanderers' 2-1 defeat to Waveney (blue) last weekend. Picture: Steve Wood

Steve Wood Photography

Norwich Ceyms return to action after a fortnight’s absence hoping to make up ground on the leading pack.

The city side travel to St Andrews with games in hand, but with a lot of catching up to do having slipped to fourth in the table.

Second-placed Bradenham Wanderers are also on the road - they travel to Hellesdon – while Long Stratton, in third, are at home to leaders Harleston Town, who are looking to maintain their 100pc record after 11 games.

Harleston are nine points clear, with two games in hand on Bradenham.

There’s a battle of the bottom two when Reepham travel to Acle knowing anything but a win will see them propping up the table again on Saturday evening.

Blofield United host Mattishall while Caister have a trip to Stalham Town.

In the First Division, leaders Sheringham are away to fifth-placed Scole, while second from bottom Loddon travel to the only team below them, Cromer, who are still looking for their first point

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