"I am a Norfolk man and Glory in being so." Horatio Nelson

Nelson's Army on the march in I.C.C

Norfolk Premier are in the comfortable position of having won their group regardless of the result of their last match away to Kent Premier. Norfolk Premier are top with 140 points with Kent Premier second on 99 points and Essex just two points behind Kent on 97. Surrey Premier has experienced a poor campaign losing all their five games played and have just 64 points. Norfolk will travel to Kent on Sunday 26th November comfortable in the knowledge that they are group winners but Kent will be desperate for points in a last ditch attempt to earn the other knockout qualifying place.  They will be more than aware that rivals Essex Premier are at home to Surrey and will be favourites to notch up a heavy home win to snatch the runners-up spot in the Premier Group Two table. Norfolk “A” meanwhile have made a remarkable recovery from a terrible start to the season and now sit in second place in their group with one match to play. Essex “A” are top with 110 points, Norfolk have 104 points and Cambridgeshire are third with 102 points. The games that will decide the top two qualifying positions are played on 26th November when Cambridgeshire visit Essex “A” and Norfolk “A” play Suffolk at Stowmarket. With Suffolk likely to be fielding a weakened team for their final group game Norfolk will need to take advantage and gain a much better result than in previous years at a venue where they have struggled to perform in the past.