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Bloaters look to restore pride

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:24 03 July 2010

Following last Saturday's drubbing at Clacton, Yarmouth hope to regain a bit of pride at the Wellesley tomorrow when they take on Brantham Athletic. The visitors still see themselves as contenders for that elusive third-place spot.

Following last Saturday's drubbing at Clacton, Yarmouth hope to regain a bit of pride at the Wellesley tomorrow when they take on Brantham Athletic. The visitors still see themselves as contenders for that elusive third-place spot.

Yarmouth still have 13 games remaining. They have a midweek fixture away to Fakenham Town next Tuesday. Unless there is a complete reversal of form, Yarmouth will still be playing Division One football next season.

The Reserves have an away fixture at Poringland A tomorrow, kick-off 2.30pm. Defeats by Acle, and CEYMS on Saturday (7-1) have left promotion hopes adrift.

The Youth U18s continue their quest for honours this season with a home fixture against Harford on Monday, kick-off 7.30pm.


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