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Holders King’s Lynn Town face Norfolk Senior Cup trip to Norwich United

PUBLISHED: 19:14 24 November 2017 | UPDATED: 19:14 24 November 2017

Great Yarmouth Town will entertain Downham in the Norfolk Senior Cup. 
Picture: Nick Butcher

Great Yarmouth Town will entertain Downham in the Norfolk Senior Cup. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Holders King’s Lynn Town face a trip to Norwich United in the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

There is also a big clash at Trafford Park, where Thurlow Nunn Premier Division Wroxham will face Dereham Town, who are flying high at the top of Bostik North.

Wymondham, the only surviving Anglian Combination side left in the competition, will be at home to Danny White’s Thetford, while Great Yarmouth have a home game against Downham, who play one division lower than then, in the Thurlow Nunn First Division. King’s Lynn, who beat Fakenham in last season’s final, beat Attleborough 5-1 in midweek to reach the last eight, and could prove to be a banana ski for the Planters: Lynn’s team is essentially their reserve side which is doing well in the Thurlow Nunn First Division while their hosts are struggling in Bostik North.

Draw: Great Yarmouth v Downham, Wymondham v Thetford, Norwich Utd King’s Lynn Town, Wroxham v Dereham.

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