Swardeston aiming to get back to winning ways

Young Swardeston paceman Tom Oxley in full flight against Bury St Edmunds at The Common. Picture: Ti

Young Swardeston paceman Tom Oxley in full flight against Bury St Edmunds at The Common. Picture: Tim Ferley - Credit: Archant

Swardeston will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to Copdock and Ipswichian in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian League tomorrow.

Mark Thomas' side remain unbeaten this season, but they have drawn their two fixtures since the return to all-day cricket to fall 30 points adrift of leaders Sudbury, who have won seven out of seven.

Swardeston are now just eight points ahead of third-placed Great Witchingham, who have a derby match against Vauxhall Mallards at Walcis Park to look forward to.

Norfolk's two other EAPL sides are both away, Horsford at Mildenhall and Norwich at Cambridge Granta while Sudbury visit Frinton.

Meanwhile, Swardeston and Great Witchingham have been paired together in the semi-finals of the Bob Carter Cup. They will meet at The Common on Sunday, July 2, with Norwich hosting Norfolk Alliance representatives Old Buckenham in the other tie.


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