Wymondham travelled to Woodbridge and consolidated second position in the league with a 36-22 win.
It’s a big day in London Three Eastern Counties on Saturday, with the top four teams involved in a couple of intriguing matches.
Wymondham kick off a new era for the club on Saturday with the official opening of their new clubhouse, followed by the first game to be staged at Barnard Fields.
It will be a poignant occasion for everyone connected with Wymondham Rugby Club on Saturday when the first team host Thurston in London Three Eastern Counties.
A man-of-the-match performance from James Bridges helped Great Melton to beat Swardeston by one wicket to lift the NCA U15s Andy Seeley Trophy for the first time.
Hosts Dereham lifted the Carter NACO Shield after defeating Hethersett & Tas Valley by 33 runs.
Crusaders maintained their end-of-season revival with a battling win in their final match.
Young Norfolk golfer Amy Taylor is living the dream in the United States after earning a prized scholarship.
Wymondham turned in an excellent performance against the leaders and were leading with 20 minutes to go before being overhauled.
Wymondham’s up-and-down season continued at the weekend when they crashed to a comprehensive 57-21 defeat at Ely.
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