Scole United started the new year with a daunting fixture at high-flying Wymondham Town and slipped to a 3-0 defeat after a brave showing.
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.
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.
The market town of Wymondham was full of festive cheer this weekend as Wynterfest got under way.
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.
Boro booked their place in the last 16 of the Norfolk Senior Cup after seeing off Premier Division Reepham at The Rec thanks to goals from Jack Flynn and Tom Miles.
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.
What a difference three weeks can make in local football.
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.
Classics of road and rail including two vintage buses, a vintage fire engine and a steam train featuring on the Mid-Norfolk Railway drew scores of visitors to Wymondham’s second annual Vintage Day.
Classic cars, vintage stalls and family-activities are about to fill Wymondham as the town gets ready for its second annual Vintage Day.
Cake makers are being invited to whip out their best creations for a ‘cake off’ as part of a town’s upcoming vintage day.
Wymondham is set to be awash with beloved fictional characters, such as Harry Potter and the BFG, when its annual carnival comes to town this weekend.
Getting physical was the aim of the game at a ‘Sporty Family Picnic’ held at Wymondham’s Robert Kett School for pupils under age five and their families.
Much-loved characters from children’s literature will step off the page at this year’s Wymondham Carnival.
Family fun was the name of the game in Wymondham at the town’s second annual community picnic.
Wymondham Town Ladies take on reigning champions Thorpe United in the Norfolk Women’s Cup on Friday at the FDC Field of Dreams (7.30pm).
Attleborough got their reward for an excellent performance as they deservedly won a seven-goal thriller at Loddon.
An ambitious plan to redevelop a Wymondham park with a £1m artificial grass pitch has been announced.
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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