There were last 16 ties in both the Norfolk and Suffolk Sunday Senior Cups at the weekend, with some tough weather to play in.
Gorleston should be in good heart when they enter this season’s FA Vase competition tomorrow with a home clash against Framlingham Town.
Wroxham have signed teenage striker Connor Ingram from Gorleston.
A goal early in the second half was enough to condemn Stewart Larter to his fourth defeat in four games since becoming Greens’ boss.
Gorleston let a two goal lead slip as a late double from the hosts stretched their winless run to six games - but the defeat was not without an element of misfortune.
Gorleston’s new boss Stewart Larter didn’t get off to the start he wanted as his side went out of the Norfolk Senior Cup to a side who play two divisions lower.
A spirited performance from Gorleston was not enough to halt the runaway league leaders on Tuesday evening.
Gorleston came from behind twice last Friday night to gain a point under the watchful eye of incoming manager Stewart Larter.
Gorleston were hit by a Suffolk punch at the death as the Jockeys won by short head.
Managerless Gorleston completed the double over their east coast rivals despite having skipper Harley Clements sent off late on.
A controversial late equaliser denied Ricci Butler all three points in his final game as boss.
Four goals from Connor Deeks gave the Greens all three points in Saturday’s topsy turvy Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division clash at Emerald Park.
Gorleston’s 25 year wait to get past the FA Cup first qualifying round will have to continue for another year after they were comprehensively beaten by Barking.
Gorleston progressed to the first qualifying round of the FA Cup for the third time in the last seven seasons thanks to a late Jack Garrod goal.
Big-spending Stowmarket came to Emerald Park on Tuesday, had two shots on target and went away with all three points.
Gorleston made it two wins from two in the league on Tuesday evening with a fine 4-0 victory at near neighbours Kirkley & Pakefield.
Gorleston made it past the FA Cup extra preliminary round for the first time in four attempts as Connor Ingram’s hat-trick helped them to a 4-2 win at Stanway.
Having opened their league campaign with a win in midweek Gorleson set out on the FA Cup trail tomorrow with a difficult trip to Stanway Rovers in the extra preliminary round.
The proverbial game of two halves saw Gorleston kick off their Thurlow Nunn Premier Division campaign with a dramatic win at Emerald Park on Tuesday evening.
Goals from Chad Pillar, Mitch McKay, Aaron Hogg and Connor Ingram saw Windmill beat ten-man CSKA Emneth in extra-time in the final of the Norfolk Sunday Senior Cup at Carrow Road on Wednesday evening.
Gorleston held their end-of-season presentation night for the senior sides in the clubhouse on Saturday.
Gorleston signed off a promising season in style with an emphatic win at Emerald Park.
Norfolk’s under-18 men’s team have won the East Anglian Counties Championship for the first time since 2013.
After five defeats in a row Gorleston bounced back to do the double over neighbours Great Yarmouth Town at Emerald Park on Monday.
Gorleston’s end of season slump continued on Saturday – but it was an improved performance on recent weeks.
Gorleston suffered their fourth defeat in a row, with their end of season form threatening to take the gloss off what has been a fine season.
Gorleston’s longest trip of the season proved fruitless as they suffered their third away defeat in a row.
Gorleston’s slim chance of winning the title are now mathematically over after Tuesday’s home defeat against champions-elect Mildenhall.
Gorleston may have lost to two late goals at Mildenhall, but their destiny is still in their own hands.
Gorleston kept up the pressure on the top two with a good three points at struggling Clacton on Saturday.
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