The recovery continues apace at Dereham Rugby Club, following a difficult start to the season.
Enforced absences — even from the previous week’s team — meant that a make-shift Dereham side was assembled involving past players and some veterans.
Dereham met their recent challenges head on and passed with flying colours in their first home game of the season on Saturday.
Dereham are in danger of folding for the second time in little more than five years due to a lack of players.
A remarkable second hat-trick for in-form Will Dewing in as many weeks saw Bradenham clinch the points in an extraordinary match on the Green.
The Norfolk Junior Cup semi-final saw a fighting Dereham go down to Lowestoft & Yarmouth in an enthralling contest.
Dereham entertained Broadland in a top-of-the-table clash at Moorgate Road in front of a good crowd including a number of past players and captains, writes Marcus Evans.
Dereham added another fine win to their season collection at Beccles II, writes Tim Evans.
Dereham were able to maintain their winning streak by grinding out another great victory at Wymondham, writes Tim Evans.
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