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Greens hope for fair weather

PUBLISHED: 12:39 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:31 30 June 2010

After losing their last two games to the weather, at FC Clacton last weekend and at home to Swaffham on Tuesday, Gorleston should return to Ridgeons One action tomorrow at Cornard United.

After losing their last two games to the weather, at FC Clacton last weekend and at home to Swaffham on Tuesday, Gorleston should return to Ridgeons One action tomorrow at Cornard United.

The Greens are now seventh and their Cornard hosts eighth from bottom, and the weather has left the Norfolk team with a fixture backlog.

They have played only 17 games for their 30 points and the team just above them, Halstead, have the same haul from a game less.

But teams above them have been more active. March have played 21 games for 36 points, Diss 23 for 40 but third-placed Brantham have completed 18 for 40. In the top two, FC Clacton have played 18 games for 43 points and leaders Great Yarmouth 22 for 57.

In the First Division KO Cup semi-finals, on March 2 Gorleston will host either FC Clacton or Saffron Walden.


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