Witches aim to be pride of Norfolk
It may be all over bar the shouting with the title winners and loser decided in the EAPL but Norfolk bragging rights are still up for grabs as the final weekend looms.
The battle for second place behind Cambridge Granta sees Witchingham looking to round off their best-ever season by finishing ahead of established big guns Swardeston who are currently 15 points behind them in third place.
Witchingham, who beat Swardeston last weekend to climb above them into second spot, travel to Burwell, where the EAPL's leading run scorer Carl Rogers will be looking for the 28 which will see him end a golden summer with 1,000 league runs. Swardeston entertain Norwich, EAPL founder members, who were relegated after losing at home to Horsford.
In the other match involving the Norfolk teams Vauxhall Mallards return to Horsford – the scene of their Carter Cup final triumph last month.
• The battle for Norfolk Alliance Premier Division survival sees Cromer, Brooke and Stow fighting for their lives.
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Brooke travel to runaway champions Fakenham while bottom of-the-table Cromer entertain Norwich and Coltishall Wanderers and Stow are at home to Downham Market.
Meanwhile Sprowston will be hoping to crown an outstanding return season to Norfolk club cricket's top flight by clinching runners-up position. They travel to Vauxhall Mallards A.
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