Fakenham produced their most comprehensive performance for some time to defeat Garboldisham by 191 runs.
Having won their initial game of the Eastern Counties Shield, Fakenham came into this fixture expecting a stern test.
Fakenham hosted Norwich Medics in their final EC1 North league game on Saturday.
On a damp Saturday Fakenham travelled to local rivals Swaffham for their penultimate game of the first half of the season and came away with their 13th straight win.
Last Saturday saw Eastern Counties One North champions Fakenham travel south to Diss to take on their second XV.
Fakenham secured the Eastern Counties One North title with three games to spare by seeing off visitors Beccles in emphatic fashion to make it 11 straight wins.
Fakenham came out on top in this top-of-the-table clash against North Walsham II thanks to a 24-17 victory.
Fakenham came into this game expecting a tough encounter, Norwich Union being the only team to have put any significant points past them so far this season.
Another bonus point win for Fakenham gave them a clean sweep of beating all of the teams in Eastern Counties One North with bonus points.
A hot Saturday afternoon saw Fakenham travel to Norwich Union for what would prove to be a very physical encounter, with the visitors eventually edging home 45-31.
Fakenham made it two wins on the trot in the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division when they saw off relegated Sprowston by seven wickets at Highfield Lawn.
Fakenham claimed a crucial win at Garboldisham on Saturday to move out of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division relegation zone - and give themselves a good chance of avoiding the drop.
There is an old adage that catches win matches and so it proved when Fakenham played Acle last Saturday.
Fakenham made the trip down to Old Buckenham on Saturday and had a settle for 10 points after the game was abandoned.
Fakenham dropped into the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division relegation zone at the weekend after sliding to their seventh loss of the season.
Another day dawned for Norfolk Alliance Premier Fakenham with the signing of Tatenda Chirazda as overseas player.
Welcome to the wonderful Jeckyl and Hyde world that is Fakenham cricket this year.
Still hurting from their narrow loss the previous week, Fakenham bounced back with an emphatic win at North Runcton to end the first half of Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season on a high note.
In glorious hot weather Fakenham hosted champions Brooke on Saturday hoping to build on their win over Sprowston the previous week.
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