Great Yarmouth opened their Thurlow Nunn League campaign in fine style with a 3-1 win at newly relegated Wroxham at a soggy Trafford Park.
Great Yarmouth Town had mixed luck in two home friendlies, following up a defeat with a narrow win.
Yarmouth Town came out on top in a seven goal thriller at Hadleigh to secure a fine fifth place finish in the top flight of the Thurlow Nunn League.
The first of this season’s Great Yarmouth Sunday League finals took place at Emerald Park with True Traders taking on Hemsby Sunday in the Division Two League Cup Final.
After the disappointment of Easter Monday’s defeat at Emerald Park the Bloaters completed their home programme with a resounding 3-0 victory over old rivals Saffron Walden.
Gorleston Reserves are in action at Emerald Park tomorrow when bottom side Horsford United Reserves, who have a -183 goal difference, are the visitors (2.30pm).
After a difficult week for everyone connected with Great Yarmouth Town, following the sudden death of treasurer Brian Smith, the Bloaters travelled to Suffolk to face an in-form Walsham-le-Willows.
A brace apiece for Sean Perfect and Jamie George secured an emphatic victory for the Bloaters at The Wellesley on Tuesday evening.
Mildenhall Town took another giant step towards winning the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title when they recorded an impressive 2-0 win at Gorleston last night.
Runaway Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division leaders Newmarket Town avenged an excellent 2-0 victory by Great Yarmouth in the corresponding fixture at Newmarket by taking all three points in a 0-2 victory.
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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