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Mattishall bottom of table

PUBLISHED: 08:05 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 14:30 07 July 2010

Mattishall's match scheduled at Cromer Town was postponed due to the wet and snowy conditions.

But there were two matches that survived the weather in the Premier Division which did not help Mattishall's survival bid.

Mattishall's match scheduled at Cromer Town was postponed due to the wet and snowy conditions.

But there were two matches that survived the weather in the Premier Division which did not help Mattishall's survival bid.

They were relegated to bottom of the pack as Hindringham had a surprise victory at Acle. This was a huge disappointment for the club.

Three matches left to play with pride at stake as it looks as though the relegation places are all but sorted out.

Next match away to North Walsham Town, ko 3pm, meet 1.

Mattishall Reserves were also a victim of the weather conditions as their match at home to CEYMS was postponed one Friday evening.

This was a week where the reserve team management and the players have to think hard and long about which direction they want to go.

Do players want Division Three football in the Anglian Combination, or do they want to play in Division Four against weaker teams? The decision is now firmly in their hands as they can pull out of the relegation zone with lots of points to be won. These last few weeks are very crucial for the second string.

Next game away to Swaffham Town Reserves, ko 2.30, meet 1.30.


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