Search

A big final week awaits Loddon United

11:45 04 May 2012

Loddon United are aiming to finish their season with a flourish.

Loddon United are aiming to finish their season with a flourish.

Archant

Loddon United are gearing up for a busy week next week as they look to end the season on a high.

Following two postponements this week, the first team host Mattishall on Tuesday night (6.30pm) before travelling to Cromer Town on Thursday for their final Anglian Combination Premier Division game of the season (7.30pm). In between those two games a Loddon XI will face Bungay Town in the Beccles Hospital Cup, at Beccles (6.30pm).

Any supporters wishing to cast their vote for the Brian Sadler Supporters’ Player of the Year should hand their votes in on Tuesday night, as Saturday, May 12 the club will hold its end of season presentation in the club room at the Jubilee Hall, Loddon. There is also a race night with the first race under starters orders at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to join in the evening.

Looking ahead to next season, the club is delighted to announce both Nick Read and Mark Stone will continue in their roles as first team and reserve team managers.

David Johnson is stepping down from the position of A-team manager. The club would like to thank David for his efforts over the last two seasons and invite applications for the post for the 2012-13 season.

0 comments

Other Diss sport

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Sophie McKinna equalled her own county record on a day of outstanding performances at the Norfolk Athletics Championship at Lynnsport, in King’s Lynn.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Matt Clarke.

With events at Carrow Road again playing havoc with availability, Great Melton produced four commendable performances, topped by the first team’s stirring winning draw at home to Thetford.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Diss Town's U13 to U15 age groups

Diss Town’s youth football teams rounded off the 2014-15 season with their presentation day held at Brewers Green Lane. The season was a great success again with all the teams doing well in their respective leagues.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Cricket.

Despite the best efforts of Norwich City only six games were conceded this week – but several matches were shortened to accommodate the lunctime play-off so generally cricket was the winner, writes Mike Ridout.

Most Read

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Mike Derbyshire during his team as manager of Great Yarmouth Town. Picture: Mike Derbyshire

Mike Derbyshire is aiming to get his managerial career back on track at Almary Green Anglian Combination Premier Division side Cromer Town.

Read more
Diss Town

Local Weather

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 17°C

min temp: 11°C

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Diss Mercury e-edition today E-edition