Wroxham looking to end Ryman League campaign on a high ahead of rearranged Norfolk Senior Cup final

Wroxham end their league season tomorrow before turning their attentions to a rearranged Norfolk Senior Cup final clash at Carrow Road.

David Batch's Yachtsmen have already secured a more-than-decent mid-table finish in their first Ryman Division One North campaign ahead of second-placed Maldon & Tiptree's visit.

Prior to their arrival at Trafford Park, Wroxham have already played nine games this month – winning three, drawing three and losing three. A 4-3 loss at Ware on Tuesday ended a five-game unbeaten spell.

Wroxham's final match of the campaign, against Norwich City Under-21s, will come at the home of the Canaries on Thursday, May 16. The match was rearranged due to City's youngsters playing the second leg of their FA Youth Cup final at Chelsea on the same night the county cup clash was meant to be staged.

Shaun Turner, Chief Executive of Norfolk FA, said: 'Whilst unfortunate, we're pleased to have been able to make alternative arrangements to ensure this season's Senior Cup Final remains at Carrow Road.'

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