Dereham Town has rounded off a great week winning three games on the spin across the cup and league - and has booked a date at Carrow Road later this season. 

The Magpies started their run on April 4, beating Wroxham 2-1 at the FDC in Norwich to reach the final of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

Dereham followed this up with two wins over Easter, thrashing Daventry Town 6-0 at Aldiss Park, thanks to goals from Johnson (2), Blake (3), and Black on April 8. Then on April 10, an 89-minute winner from Blake gave Dereham six points out of six with just two games left to play this season.

In the 22nd minute of the Wroxham game, Ryan Miles created space outside the Magpies' box and fired home a low drive to put the visitors in front.

Dereham Times: Dereham Town FC players before the semi-final of the Norfolk Senior Cup.Dereham Town FC players before the semi-final of the Norfolk Senior Cup. (Image: Dereham Town FC)

The Magpies were able to level before the break after winning a freekick on the edge of the box in first-half stoppage time. Luke Johnson curled a peach around the wall and into the net.

A poor clearance by Dereham keeper Bilham was picked up by Miles, but the keeper redeemed himself by turning his well-struck drive for a corner.

The Magpies came close just before than hour mark when Blake’s far post header was cleared off the line.

Wroxham’s Travis Dodworth grazed the top of the Dereham bar from an acute angle after a well-worked move.

The ball came out to Oli Yun who hit a superb diagonal drive that flew into the roof of the net to put Dereham in front in the 79th minute.

The Magpies will face Gorleston on May 18 in the final. 

You can read all of Dereham’s match reports here.