Acle United are looking for a new manager after Robert Taylor decided to step down after less than a year in charge.
Vauxhall Mallards had a very rewarding weekend, with both teams securing their first league victories of the season.
A young Great Yarmouth Town team recorded an excellent win at Haverhill Borough on Saturday.
A goal by Liam Harvey-Cooper was enough to earn Kirkley & Pakefield all three points in their east coast clash against Great Yarmouth Town.
Great Yarmouth Town and Gorleston will both be attempting to maintain promising runs in the Premier Division of the Thurlow Nunn League at the weekend.
Local footballers resume hostilities on Boxing Day after bypassing the festive feasts in pursuit of glory.
You wait three years for one and then Gorleston Reserves suffer two defeats in a row.
There will be a lot more than just local pride at stake when Gorleston and Great Yarmouth Town go head to head in the first derby of the season at Emerald Park on Boxing Day morning.
Acle United went down 2-1 to a high-flying Bradenham side that visited Bridewell Lane holding a top three spot in the Premier Division.
Wroxham have signed teenage striker Connor Ingram from Gorleston.
Acle United saw off the challenge of neighbours Stalham Town to win 3-1 and move off the foot of Premier Division table.
Harleston Town look determined to go one better this season as they made it a magnificent seven at the start of the new Premier Division campaign.
Gorleston begin life without Ricci Butler on Tuesday night when Kirkley & Pakefield make the short trip to Emerald Park.
There was a limited league program in both senior divisions as the Norfolk Senior Cup got underway.
On the final weekend of the season, Norfolk Alliance Division Three champions Martham played host to their local rivals Winterton.
Martham made the long trip to Fakenham to continue their pursuit of promotion to Division Two of the Norfolk Alliance and came away with another win.
Great Yarmouth Town must avoid “second-season syndrome” as they kick off their Thurlow Nunn campaign amid one of the strongest Premier Division line-ups in years.
The sense of excitement was palpable as fans leant against metal barriers, mugs of tea in hand, at the historic Wellesley ground.
It’s is perhaps fitting that Great Yarmouth Town’s opening match of the new season should be in the FA Cup.
Vauxhall Mallards turned in an excellent display with the ball to stun East Anglian Premier League lesders Sudbury on Saturday.
Martham will go into tomorrow’s home showdown against Norfolk Alliance Division Three promotion rivals Great Melton in good spirits after two superb wins at the weekend.
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