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Holders Wymondham face Bulldog Ladies in Norfolk Women’s Cup

PUBLISHED: 12:45 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:45 23 October 2018

Wymondham celebrate their cup success last season Picture: Norfolk FA

Wymondham celebrate their cup success last season Picture: Norfolk FA


Wymondham Town face a trip to Bulldog Ladies as they defend their Norfolk Women’s Cup crown.

Wymondham won the cup last season after beating Acle United Women 3-2 in the final.

The second round draw sees Acle drawn at home to Norwich City Ladies. Thorpe United face a home game against Gorleston.

King’s Lynn Town Ladies have a home game against Tavern Old Boys Ladies, while Aylsham Ladies, who were 15-0 away winners at Hockering Ladies in Sunday’s first round encounter have been given a bye into the second round.

Draw: Acle United Women v Norwich City Ladies, King’s Lynn Town Ladies v Tavern Old Boys Ladies, Gorleston Rangers Ladies v Fakenham Town Women, Freethorpe Women v Sprowston Athletic Ladies, Horsford Women v Taverham Women United, Thorpe United Women v Gorleston Women, Bulldogs Ladies v Wymondham Town Women, Aylsham Ladies - bye.

Games are scheduled for November 18 (1.30pm).


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