Win could clinch it for Swardeston

Swardeston will look to recover from last weekend's double blow by winning the East Anglian Premier League title tomorrow.Mark Thomas' side suffered a surprise league defeat last Saturday and that was followed by an agonising last ball loss to Vauxhall Mallards in the Carter Cup final the next day.

Swardeston will look to recover from last weekend's double blow by winning the East Anglian Premier League title tomorrow.

Mark Thomas' side suffered a surprise league defeat last Saturday and that was followed by an agonising last ball loss to Vauxhall Mallards in the Carter Cup final the next day.

That ended their bid for a silverware quadruple - they have already won the Norfolk 20/20 Cup and are in the Biss Trophy final - but the prize they really covet, the league title, could be theirs if they beat reigning champions Bury tomorrow.

Their closest rivals, Godmanchester, are at Mallards, who themselves are not yet out of the title picture.

Norwich's dramatic win over Bury last Saturday has also given them renewed hope of their third EAPL crown and they can stay in the hunt with victory over a Cambridge Granta side who are struggling for form.

Fakenham are in the last chance saloon as they host Horsford tomorrow. Michael Smith's side are 31 points adrift at the bottom, but victory tomorrow could put survival in their own hands, as they travel to relegation rivals Clacton on the final day.

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They will certainly need some help from Great Witchingham tomorrow, as they host Clacton at Walcis Park. Clacton are expected to have Essex all-rounder Ryan Ten Doeschate in their ranks as the county are without a game this weekend. That also means Essex's first team coach, Paul Grayson, could play for Bury at Swardeston.