Witches look to rediscover winning touch

Great Witchingham will be seeking a return to form when they welcome Horsford to Walcis Park in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League tomorrow. James Spelman's side made a magnificent start to the campaign, winning three of their first five games to go 20 points clear at the top.

Great Witchingham will be seeking a return to form when they welcome Horsford to Walcis Park in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League tomorrow.

James Spelman's side made a magnificent start to the campaign, winning three of their first five games to go 20 points clear at the top.

But since then they have suffered two defeats, a draw and an abandonment, leaving them fifth, although still only 25 points behind new leaders Saffron Walden.

Just two points separate Witchingham and Horsford, who will be upbeat following their five-wicket win at home to Swardeston last weekend.


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