Chasers clash as Mulbarton Wanderers head to Norwich Ceyms

Mulbarton Wanderers head to Norwich Ceyms in a clash between the Anglian Combination Premier Division's top two. Picture: Steve Wood

Mulbarton Wanderers head to Norwich Ceyms in a clash between the Anglian Combination Premier Division's top two. Picture: Steve Wood

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Mulbarton Wanderers and Norwich Ceyms provide the match of the day as second plays third in the chase for Premier Division leaders Harleston Town.

Wanderers, second on goal difference, make the trip on the back of 12 successive league wins, while Ceyms bounced back from their reverse at the leaders a fortnight ago with a 1-0 win over Waveney.

While they battle it out, Harleston, who have played three games more than Mulbarton, entertain Beccles Town.

It looks like being a three-horse race for the title: Bradenham Wanderers, in fourth, are five points behind third spot and have played three more games than Ceyms, six more than Mulbarton. Bradenham are without a game and will be leapfrogged only if Long Stratton win by an avalanche at Wroxham Reserves. Bottom side Reepham Town host Blofield, Caister are at home to Hellesdon, Acle travel to St Andrews and Stalham entertain Waveney.


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