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Big clash at top of Premier Division as Harleston clash with Bradenham

PUBLISHED: 07:01 09 December 2017

Action from St Andrews' 2-0 win over Reepham Town. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Action from St Andrews' 2-0 win over Reepham Town. Picture: Sonya Duncan


Runaway Premier Division leaders Harleston Town will be aiming to get back to winning ways today after dropping points for the first time this season.

But they could hardly have picked a tougher fixture, with second-placed visitors Bradenham Wanderers aiming to emulate the achievements of Blofield, who held Town to a goalless draw last time out.

Harleston remain 10 points clear at the top with two games in hand on Bradenham, who need a win this afternoon to stand any realistic chance of catching them.

Having played fewer games than the leaders, Norwich Ceyms and Mulbarton Wanderers, in third and fourth respectively, could yet apply some pressure.

Church are at home to Wroxham Reserves while Mulbarton make the short journey to Long Stratton, who are one place below them in the table.

Wymondham Town, the form team in Division One having dropped just two points so far, visit North Walsham.


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