After a couple of weekends that were ruined by the weather the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League got back into full swing with a programme of cup and shield football.
The wintry weather played havoc with Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League for the second weekend running, with over 100 league and cup fixtures being postponed.
After last week’s 3-1 defeat of Martham the Galacticos of Bohemians enjoy a healthy 11 point lead at the top of under 14 Division Two of the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League.
Knock-out football dominated the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League development age groups last weekend.
Winter finally arrived last weekend, with a combination of heavy rain and cold winds causing many Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League games to be either postponed or abandoned.
The focus in the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League this week is on the three Under-12 leagues.
As the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League reaches its fourth week the focus falls on the under nines.
After week two of the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League season there are four teams with three points at the top of Under-15 Division One.
Thorpe United Ladies shared goal-scoring honours with leaders North Walsham.
With the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League Under-14 Division One title going to the last Sunday of the season it was the turn of either Kirkley & Pakefield Wildcats or Gorleston Rangers Eagles to be crowned champions.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League finals came to close last Sunday when the mini soccer finals at Emerald Park attracted a crowd of over 1,000 spectators.
Great Yarmouth Town 1897 won the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League’s Under 12 Division Two play-off match against Gorleston Rangers Falcons.
The long-awaited Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League Under 15 Shield semi-final was played and Gorleston Tornados and Long Stratton Reds produced a match worthy of any final.
The chase for the Under 14 title in the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League became no clearer on Sunday as the top teams overcame difficult fixtures to stay out in front.
Gorleston missed a chance to close the gap on leaders Mildenhall with a lacklustre performance and a 2-1 defeat at Ely on Saturday.
With only three matches surviving both the half-term break and the very cold weather, all the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League
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