Attleborough Town started the new year with a tough game at leaders Mundford and returned home empty handed after conceding two early goals.
Attleborough Town can look back on a very satisfactory 2017 as the first team consolidated their place in senior football while the reserves almost gained promotion and reached a major cup final.
Six matches were played in the third round of the Barnes Print Central & South Norfolk League Ben Smith Memorial Cup with no major upsets.
Attleborough Town made the trip to North Walsham on Saturday for their final game of 2017.
Attleborough Town bounced back from the previous weekend’s derby defeat against Wymondham Town with a routine home victory which gave their pormotion hopes a timely boost.
Barnes Print Central and South Norfolk League Division One leaders Longham visited previously unbeaten Watton Reserves and won 4-2.
Looking to put last week’s disappointing defeat to Yelverton behind them Attleborough Town had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Hindringham at The Rec.
Attleborough Town travelled to bottom of the table Cromer Town expecting to boost their goal difference.
Attleborough Town survived a late scare to take all three points against a previously unbeaten Bungay side in Anglian Combination Division One.
There were only two matches played in Division One of the Central and South Norfolk League sponsored by Barnes Print at the weekend.
Attleborough Town recorded a welcome 5-1 home win over a struggling Loddon side in Division One of the Anglian Combination after a run of a draw and two defeats.
He once put boot to ball in between classes at Attleborough High School, now Attleborough Academy.
Attleborough got their reward for an excellent performance as they deservedly won a seven-goal thriller at Loddon.
Attleborough Town can have few complaints about their 2-1 home defeat at the hands of promotion-chasing Beccles after a lacklustre second half display.
Attleborough Town have been in high spirits of late, beating promotion hopefuls Bungay and Aylsham while also seeing past Scole. On Saturday they entertained Mundford.
Wymondham’s outside chances of winning the Eastern Counties One title all but disappeared when they were beaten at fourth-from-bottom Ipswich YM.
Attleborough made changes for the trip to Scole, with Brown, Flynn, Miles and Rivett in the starting line-up and Venables, Whitman and Thurston on the bench for what proved a 2-0 success.
Attleborough defeated promotion-chasers Bungay 3-0 at the Rec on Saturday to earn massive three points with a great victory.
Luke Tuttle helped himself to a brace as Spixworth maintained their lead in the Anglian Combination Premier Division with a 4-1 win at Reepham Town.
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