Norwich keen to Bury their sluggish form
Norwich hope to get their East Anglian Premier League season up and running tomorrow when they travel to Bury St Edmunds.
Paul Wiseman's side are bottom of the table after suffering three defeats so far this season. Last weekend they were beaten heavily by champions Cambridge Granta.
There is an enticing clash at The Common as Swardeston, currently second, host last year's runners-up, Saffron Walden.
Swardeston have started the season impressively and their two defeats, against Bury in the league and to Chingford in the ECB National Club Championship, have been by the narrowest of margins.
They were too strong for league newcomers Sudbury last weekend and hope to make it back-to-back defeats for Walden, who lost heavily at home to Great Witchingham last Saturday.
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Tomorrow Witchingham are at home against Horsford, who were also convincing winners last weekend with a 206-run victory against Halstead.
Leaders Vauxhall Mallards almost let a winning position slip into a defeat at home to Clacton on Saturday, but managed to maintain their unbeaten run with a draw. Tomorrow they will be aiming to cement their position at the top with victory at Halstead.
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Alliance Premier Division pacesetters Sprowston travel to Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers, who are currently second.
There is also a top two clash in Division One, as the two teams relegated from the Premier Division last season, Acle and Old Buckenham, face each other. Both teams have won their first two games.
Division Two leaders Dereham travel to Manor Park to face Horsford A and it is top versus bottom in Division Three as unbeaten Sprowston A are at Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway.
Rollesby are the early frontrunners in Norfolk League Division One and tomorrow they head to Cringleford Lodge.