Gorleston were much improved after last week’s humiliating 7-0 home defeat and were close to gaining a surprise point.
Great Yarmouth Town struck late to earn a point in the Boxing Day derby at Gorleston - but the visitors were still disappointed with the outcome.
A spirited comeback wasn’t enough as Gorleston bowed out of the FA Vase on Saturday.
Gorleston twice came from behind for a battling point at Mundford Road on Tuesday evening to extend their unbeaten run to three games.
Two goals in three first half minutes sealed Gorleston’s fate on Saturday.
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 were hit by a Suffolk punch at the death as the Jockeys won by short head.
All the action was at the beginning and end of Tuesday evening’s match as Gorleston suffered their second defeat in a row.
A controversial late equaliser denied Ricci Butler all three points in his final game as boss.
A superb opening stand of over 200 from John Ewart and Matt Plater wasn’t enough as Vauxhall Mallards lost to defending EAPL champions Swardeston by 51 runs at The Common.
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