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Relegation woe for Shipdham FC

PUBLISHED: 10:25 18 May 2017

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Central and South Norfolk League champions Tacolneston received the Division One Championship Cup after their 3-1 home victory over Shipdham.

This result condemned Shipdham to bottom place and relegation to Division Two for the first time in nine seasons.

Division Two runners-up Longham won 9-2 at Bar 33 to become the only team in the league this season to top a century of league goals, ending on 106. Castle Acre Swifts Reserves confirmed third place with a 9-4 home win over Bowthorpe Rovers.

Dereham Town Youth FC requires new managers, coaches, assistants to help with the ever increasing numbers of players for next season’s age groups from under-11 to under-15.

They are also looking for players at under-15 level, Contact DTYFC@mail.com.

Beetley FC’s annual meeting is on Monday (7.30pm) at the club house. The club have a new management team and are looking to rejoin the Central and South Norfolk League.

Any players or helpers interested in getting involved are asked to come along.

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