Thursday, August 28

17:26 23 August 2014

Thurlow Nunn Youth League

Central Division: Easton & Otley College v Framlingham Town, Needham Market v Diss Town

East Division: Dereham Town v North Walsham Youth, Gorleston v Sheringham, Kirkley & Pakefield v Holt Utd, Norwich Utd v Harford Tornadoes.

North Division: Newmarket Town v Fakenham Town, Swaffham Town v Histon.

South Division: Cornard Utd v Halstead Town, FC Clacton v Brightlingsea Regent, Stanway Rovers v Hadleigh Utd.

West Division: Chatteris Town v Ramsey Colts, March Town Utd v Huntingdon Town, St. Ives Town v Godmanchester Rovers, St Neots Town v Royston Town.

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