Bungay Town had yet another blank Saturday as their Suffolk Senior Cup quarter-final tie at Lakenheath fell victim to a waterlogged pitch — adding to an already grim fixture pile-up.
Interest in the Anglian Combination Mummery Cup ended at the quarter-final stage for Bungay on Saturday.
Bungay had to settle for a point at Aylsham on Saturday after a first half-hour in which they threatened to over-run their opponents.
There was a limited league program in both senior divisions as the Norfolk Senior Cup got underway.
A new Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League season got underway with age groups ranging from under-16s to all new under-7 teams.
Rookie handcyclist Andrew Darby took up the sport only three months ago, but claimed his first trophy at London’s Olympic Park.
Top match anglers who frequent the banks of the tidal River Yare may have to look to their laurels – there’s a new name on the block.
George Shipley broke the Norfolk Cricket League record for the highest individual score when he smashed 270 not out for Bungay A, as the Division 4SE leaders piled up 419-9 against hapless Great Yarmouth A.
The Black Dogs battled out a goalless draw with league leaders Bradenham Wanderers on Saturday to keep themselves in with an outside chance of promotion from the Anglian Combination Division One.
The 34th Bungay Black Dog Marathon provided an intriguing race for second place, in almost ideal conditions, as Andy Kett led from start to finish with the battle going on behind him.
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