Diss Town achieved their first home clean sheet of the season and a much needed three points against fellow Thurlow Nunn league strugglers AFC Sudbury Reserves at Brewers Green Lane on Saturday.
Youngsters from four Norfolk clubs have had the chance to play at the home of Aviva Premiership giants Leicester Tigers.
A determined performance against the league leaders highlighted the fact that Diss are more than comfortable in London One North and should enjoy further success as the season develops.
Scole welcomed a buoyant Mundford side, who were on a good run of form and sitting second in the league, to Ransome Avenue and recorded an excellent win.
In the meeting between the bottom two teams at Walmer Road, Diss U18 beat AFC Royals 3-2 to secure the first win of the season in the Thurlow Nunn Youth League East Division.
There were four goals scored during Norwich City’s comfortable win over Brentford in the Carabao Cup but it is a penalty miss that has got everyone talking.
England manager Gareth Southgate was on hand to offer some advice to Norfolk youngster Harry Whayman as he made a successful start to his English Colleges career.
Diss Town visited unbeaten league leaders Woodbridge and in a match of numerous chances were the architects of many of the goals that were conceded.
Diss Golf Club’s Ladies’ Open event was once again very popular, with 20 teams from 18 different clubs from Norfolk and Suffolk taking part.
Banham’s Matthew Stubington is aiming to better his third place in the 2016 Classic Stock Hatch Championship after recording a podium place in the opening round at Donington Park as he plots his fifth season in the series.
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