Great Yarmouth Town face arguably the biggest test of their new-found form when they face one of the title favourites on Saturday afternoon.
A Great Yarmouth duo battled painful blisters and sore legs to complete a gruelling challenge in which they raised £4,865 for a mental health charity.
Martyn Sinclair and Adam Mason didn’t have a win to cheer them after their 50 mile charity walk despite a brave show from the young Bloaters.
It was a gruelling challenge that pushed a pair of football managers to the limit.
An intrepid duo remain “in good spirits” as they close in on their goal of completing a “gruelling” challenge.
Saturday’s Thurlow Nunn Premier Division match at Stowmarket will be a testing trip for Great Yarmouth Town joint managers Adam Mason and Martyn Sinclair in more ways than one.
The Wellesley plays host to Wroxham for the second time in a matter of days this afternoon, with Great Yarmouth Town desperate to shake off their poor form.
After a disappointing defeat at home to Norwich United in midweek the Bloaters were looking to bounce back with a win against bottom side Framlingham - but they ended up losing again.
Great Yarmouth Town joint managers Martyn Sinclair and Adam Mason have opted for an unusual method of transport to get to their match at Stowmarket on November 24 - their own two feet!
The joint managers of Great Yarmouth Town Football Club will take on the hardest challenge of their lives as they walk 50 miles for charity in under 24 hours.
Following the disappointing opening day defeat at Newmarket joint-managers Martyn Sinclair and Adam Mason opted to leave out defenders Ady Ager and Jordan Forbes for a tough midweek fixture at Thetford.
Great Yarmouth Town joint boss Adam Mason feels the Bloaters are better prepared for the challenges of Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division football than they were last season.
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