September 20 2014 Latest news:

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Tommy Rix makes a fine save to keep the score down. Picture: TONY MILES

Learning curve for promoted Fakenham Town

Fakenham Town will go into Saturday’s visit to Walsham le Willows looking to bring to an end a run of three successive defeats – all without scoring a goal.

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Fakenham boss Wayne Anderson. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Upset Fakenham Town boss expects a reaction

Boss Wayne Anderson is looking for a positive response from his Fakenham Town players when they host Godmanchester Rovers on Saturday – after giving them the week off to “think about what they did wrong” when losing on their last outing.

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Kyle Plumb, Sam Garner behind.

Fakenham Town striker is stepping up his Ghosts’ comeback

Fakenham Town’s reigning player of the season Kyle Plumb is edging closer towards a return to action.

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Will Dungar, unsuccessfuly appealing for lbw, as Fakenham slumped to defeat against Downham, in their final match of last season. Picture: RONNIE HEYHOE

West Norfolk Sports Podcast: Special final-day Norfolk Alliance Premier Division preview

Host Gavin Caney focuses on what is sure to be a remarkable afternoon of cricket during tomorrow’s final day of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season.

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Harrison Futter (left) and Harry Bammant set a new club record for Fakenham CC with an opening partnership of 273 in a win against Swanton Morley in the Mid-Norfolk Sunday Cricket League.

Teenage batsman set new record for opening partnership at Fakenham CC

Teenage duo Harrison Futter and Harry Bammant have batted their way into the record books at Fakenham Cricket Club.

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