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Cromer Lifeboat Cup final postponed

15:19 06 May 2012

Nigel Worthington. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire.

Nigel Worthington. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire.

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Tomorrow afternoon’s (Monday May 7) Cromer Lifeboat Cub Final match has been postponed because of continuing problems with the Cabbell Park pitch, in Cromer, where the game was due to have been played between Cromer Reserves and Sheringham Reserves.

Cromer Reserves’ semi final against Holt Reserves on April 30 had to be switched to Holt Sports Centre after Cabbell Park was declared unplayable because of recent rain.

Organisers now hope the final will be able to go ahead at Cabbell Park next Sunday, May 13, kick-off 2pm.

Nigel Worthington, former Northern Ireland and Norwich City manager, was due to have presented the cup and individual trophies after tomorrow’s game.

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