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League season is extended until May

PUBLISHED: 12:40 10 March 2010 | UPDATED: 08:43 02 July 2010

N & S VETERANS: Due to the number of postponements and the subsequent backlog of matches the league has officially extended its season to the end of May. This should give clubs an additional four Sundays plus evening games to fit in any outstanding fixtures.

Due to the number of postponements and the subsequent backlog of matches the league has officially extended its season to the end of May.

This should give clubs an additional four Sundays plus evening games to fit in any outstanding fixtures.

One match that stands out this Sunday is the delayed League Cup quarter-final tie between newcomers West Lynn Sports & Social Club and First Division Norwich Trafford.

West Lynn have home advantage in what is a potentially tricky tie for the City side - the formbook says Trafford should progress, but the West Norfolk side would love to cause an upset.

Time to look at the leading League and cup scorers as we approach the second-half of the season - albeit a bit later than normal due to the backlog of matches.

19 - Stuart Herd (Horsford)

9 - Pete Blackmur (West Lynn Sports & Social Club); Trevor Brown (Watton Utd)

8 - Dave Howlett (West Lynn Sports & Social Club); Richard Nicholls (Griffin); Mark Ward (Watton Utd)

7 - Danny Hoadley (Norton Athletic); Marc Mailey (Norwich Rovers); Stevie Smith (Kings Arms Crusaders - Gt Yarmouth);

6 - Dan Barnstor (Archant); Jon Barzey (Norwich Trafford); Dave Darkins (Mulbarton Wanderers); Aaron Donnelly (Sprowston Wanderers); Colin Gibbins (Mulbarton Wanderers); Deon Ruiters (Taverham); John Russell (Cromer Crabs)

5 - Chris Baylis (Norwich Hotspur); James Chapman (Swaffham Town); Carl Cooper (Mulbarton Wanderers)


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