Gorleston held their annual presentation night in the clubhouse last week.
Each year dozens of Great Yarmouth Road Runners members enter the London Marathon and this year 10 were lucky enough to take to the start.
Great Yarmouth Town picked up a battling 1-1 draw at third placed Godmanchester in their final game of the season - but were still relegated.
A late equaliser from David Shade gave Gorleston their first point in nine games and left neighbours Great Yarmouth Town on the precipice of relegation.
Great Yarmouth Town made the trip south to Essex to face a rejuvenated FC Clacton, who had dispatched Gorleston 4-1 in midweek, and suffered a disappointing defeat.
A young, inexperienced Gorleston side suffered their heaviest defeat of the season on Saturday.
The Bloaters returned to The Wellesley for their penultimate home game of the season to face Senior Cup finalists Thetford Town and hauled themselves out of the bottom two with a priceless win.
A late Hadleigh goal condemned Gorleston to their fifth defeat in a row on Saturday.
Great Yarmouth Town put in a brave fight at the champions elect only to suffer another setback to their battle against the drop.
After the disappointment of last week's visit to Framlingham this game against title chasing opposition was something of a free shot for the Bloaters.
A young Gorleston side gave a good account of themselves at second-placed Woodbridge but returned home with nothing to show for their efforts.
Great Yarmouth Town's battle against the drop suffered a big setback when they let a half-time lead slip in the closing stages against the league's bottom side.
After three excellent away performances there was disappointment for Greens fans on Saturday as the team returned to Emerald Park.
Sophie McKinna and Chris Baker became British champions as a result of their wins at the UK Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
Scotland's Stewart Anderson won the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Open Singles title for the second time on Sunday after defeating England's Simon Skelton on a tie-break in the final at Potters Resort.
Scotland's Stewart Anderson defeated holder Mark Dawes in the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Open Singles at Potters Resort with an 8-7, 11-6 victory.
Paul Foster and Robert Paxton were both second-round casualties at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Open Singles Championship at Potters Resort.
England's Ellen Falkner and Robert Paxton won the 2019 Just World Indoor Bowls Mixed Pairs Championship yesterday after defeating Helen Carman and Nick Brett 1-15, 10-3, 2-0 in a final of two halves at Potters Resort.
Mervyn King survived a first-round scare at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Resort.
Suffolk's Mark Royal became the first seed to fall at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Singles Championship after a tie-break defeat to Scott Edwards.
England's Mark Dawes and Jamie Chestney suffered an agonising defeat to Scotland's Paul Foster and Alex Marshall at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Resort.
Two of the top four dropped vital points in the congested race for Premier Division honours.
England's Mark Dawes will have his work cut out if he is to defend the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships, which is being held at Potters Resort for the 21st year this month.
Acle United Women moved to the top of the ERWFL Premier Division after a 1-0 victory at Haringey Borough.
Acle United twice came from behind before an 91st-minute goal earned them a 3-2 win over Norwich City in the Norfolk Women's Cup.
Affane Party made a swift exit from the lids in trap three to scoop the title of 72nd East Anglian greyhound derby trophy and prize money of £15,000.
The Mixed Pairs competition at the Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls reached its climax on a gusty sea front.
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