The option of playing towards the deep end or the shallow end will be a thing of the past when Wymondham RFC’s new £4.5m home on the outskirts of town is officially opened on Saturday week.
Wymondham kicked of their season with over a half century of points.
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.
Wymondham recorded an excellent win on an emotional afternoon for everyone connected with the club.
Wymondham suffered a fourth straight defeat after a disappointing second half at Gatehouse Lane which saw an in-form home side make it four straight wins.
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.
Wymondham completed the double over their neighbours thanks to a late try from Jamie Hunter.
Wymondham got back to winning ways with a convincing victory at the league’s bottom side, who remain on minus five points.
Wymondham made comfortable progress in the Norfolk Junior Cup when they cruised past Norwich Medics 60-0.
Wymondham turned in an impressive display in the set-piece, only for the home side to run away with the match in the closing stages.
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