June 19 2013 Latest news:
Hearts are being tested at Fakenham this season after their second Norfolk Alliance Premier Division tie in four weeks.
Swardeston’s advantage at the top of the East Anglian Premier League was cut from 30 points to just eight following their first defeat of the season.
South African Jacques Du Toit ended Norfolk’s four year cycle of success in the MCCA Trophy with a stunning reminder of his First Class pedigree.
If Norfolk are to continue their four-year cycle of MCCA Trophy success they will have to do it the hard way.
Horsford captain Chris Brown has conceded that EAPL champions Swardeston have stolen a march on all of their title rivals by opening a 30-point gap at the top of the table.