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.
Great Yarmouth Town made it four games unbeaten after coming away from high-flying Ely with a hard earned point.
Haydn Davis popped up with an 89th minute winner to put Great Yarmouth Town in good heart for the Boxing Day derby.
Great Yarmouth Town suffered a disappointing home defeat against managerless opposition on Saturday.
Great Yarmouth Town saw off village side Yelverton with a much changed side to reach the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup.
The Bloaters took to the road again to face a Stanway side who had won their previous five matches.
A Great Yarmouth side missing several key players came away from the tough midweek trip to in-form Stowmarket Town empty handed, with a first half goal settling the issue.
The Bloaters made the long trip to face FC Clacton at Rush Green Bowl and came away with a hard-earned point.
Great Yarmouth Town hit back from two down at the Wellesley to avoid an upset in the Norfolk Senior Cup and book their place in the last 16.
Great Yarmouth Town bowed of the FA Vase after conceding two extra-time goals in Tuesday night’s replay in Suffolk.
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.
Martham travelled to Sprowston A wary of the weather and the underdog, but came away with a win that strengthened their position at the top of Norfolk Alliance Division Three.
Winterton and Martham served up an exciting local derby in Division Three of the Norfolk Alliance at the Hambrook Oval on Saturday.
Martham closed the gap of Norfolk Alliance Division Three leaders Great Melton to just three points with another win on Saturday.
Martham made the long trip to North Runcton A in Norfolk Alliance DIvision Three and returned home with an emphatic win.
Martham beat Fakenham A at the Coronation Ground in their latest Norfolk Alliance Division Three fixture.
There was a nailbiting finish to Martham’s top-of-the-table clash with Great Melton in Norfolk Alliance Division Three last Saturday.
Acle suffered their first defeat since promotion to the top flight of the Norfolk Alliance when they were well beaten by North Runcton on Saturday.
The Bloaters travelled to Suffolk with a depleted squad, but managed a goalless draw with Haverhill on Saturday.
Visiting Brantham settled the better of the two sides but the drying Wellesley pitch proved difficult, before the Bloaters finally grabbed the honours.
The Bloaters welcomed league leaders Mildenhall to a cold and breezy Wellesley and inflicted upon them a sensational 1-0 defeat on Saturday.
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