December 13 2013 Latest news:
Thetford Town’s attempts to end a run of 13 matches without a win were thwarted at high-flying Godmanchester Rovers on Saturday, ahead of this weekend’s derby clash at Diss Town.
Both Diss and North Walsham face tough fixtures against high-flying London One North title challengers tomorrow.
Diss suffered defeat against top-of-the-table Westcliff for a fourth successive league defeat.
Diss travelled to Romford hoping to get back to winning ways in London 1N but ended the day disappointed, having lost a game they should really have won.
A week off this early in the season is unusual but it will have given North Walsham’s players an extra seven days to recover from knocks and scrapes picked up against Ruislip before they resume their programme with a visit to Woodford tomorrow.
The final West Norfolk Sports Podcast of 2013 focuses on rugby and football.
Bragging rights will be up for grabs when rivals West Norfolk host Swaffham in a crunch Greene King Eastern Counties Division One derby.
Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher insists the Blues can still play a part in the promotion race despite losing more ground at the top following Saturday’s 3-0 reverse to Hampton & Richmond.
Michael Bailey and this week’s panel, including former Norwich City winger Darren Eadie and season ticket holder Angela Sharpe, give their predictions and starting XIs for Sunday’s Premier League visit from Michael Laudrup’s Swansea to Carrow Road.
Fit-again Norwich City striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel is in contention for Swansea’s Premier League weekend visit to Carrow Road.
FA Youth Cup holders Norwich City will travel to either Crawley Town or Watford in the fourth round of this season’s competition after hammering Preston’s Under-18s 6-1 in midweek at Deepdale.
It felt like a major blow and in truth, it still shouldn’t be taken lightly – but the fact Norwich City didn’t appear to particularly miss either of their stricken wingers at The Hawthorns last weekend is definitely worth noting.