Thursday, August 28

10:42 29 August 2014

Thurlow Nunn Youth League

Central Division: Easton & Otley College 2 Framlingham Town 0, Needham Market 5 Diss Town 3.

East Division: Dereham Town 4 North Walsham Youth 1, Gorleston 3 Sheringham 1, Kirkley & Pakefield 10 Holt Utd 0, Norwich Utd 0 Harford Tornadoes 0.

North Division: Newmarket Town 0 Fakenham Town 2, Swaffham Town 1 Histon 2.

South Division: FC Clacton 1 Brightlingsea Regent 2, Stanway Rovers 2 Hadleigh Utd 1.

West Division: Chatteris Town 4 Ramsey Colts 0, March Town Utd 6 Huntingdon Town 1, St Ives Town 3 Godmanchester Rovers 2, St Neots Town 1 Royston Town 3.


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