Young Canaries get another away draw in Norfolk Senior Cup

Friday, January 17, 2014
7:30 PM

Gorleston will be watching the outcome of the one remaining Norfolk Senior Cup quarter-final closely after the draw was made for the last four.

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The Greens will be at home to the winners of the match between Cromer Town and Norwich City Under-21s, which was postponed on Thursday because of a waterlogged pitch and has yet to be re-arranged. Wroxham will be at home to King’s Lynn Town in the other semi-final, with both matches tentatively fixed for Saturday, March 1.

The Senior Cup is perhaps the only realistic target for the Greens, given the fact that even in fourth place, they are a whopping 23 points behind leaders Hadleigh, albeit with five games in hand.



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