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

Jack the Lad hits the heights with 39-4 win

Wymondham moved closer to retaining their Breckland League title with the expected 10-0 home win against Connaught “B”. Top scoring triple were David Chadwick, Melvyn Barker & Jack Pye who won by 39-4 while Debbie Sparham’s triple won 31-5, Chris Mann’s triple won 29-3 and Jon Sparham’s triple won by 28-10. Second placed Connaught “A” lost ground as they were held to a 5-5 draw at Thetford. Di Quadling, Sylvia Parsons & Lee Fallows won 25-5 which secured the match points and a draw for Connaught “A” while Jim Squires, Paul McDonald & Richard Harrison held a home triple skipped by Peter Scarborough to a 14-14 draw. Both other games went Thetford’s way with Clive Eke, Jason Martin & Peter Harvey beating Bob Oatway’s triple 18-12 while Nigel Bevan, Chloe Suffolk & Kieran Suffolk beat Owen Secker’s triple 18-7. Third placed Carleton Rode also lost ground on the leaders as they went down 6-4 away to Harling Unicorns where Rosie Beckford, Ian Beckford & Derek Ryder stormed to a 31-3 win against Ann Biddulph, Graham Atter & John Jarvis. Harling Griffins took maximum points at home to Banham with Jean Deathridge, Paul Hyam & Len Deathridge winning 32-7 and Colin Hayman’s triple winning 28-4. City of Norwich League action saw Horsford Heroes win 11-3 at Windows and are now just nine points behind leaders Horsford Gold. But with three games in hand the title is still Horsford Gold’s to lose. Third placed Deaf Sports suffered a 14-0 defeat at First Bus while bottom of the table Horsford Blue earned their fourth win of the campaign beating County Council 14-0. County Council fared better at home to Jarrolds beating the visitors by 11-3. Jarrolds also lost 10-4 at Framingham Earl while Costessey beat Windows 12-2. Its tight at the top of the Waveney League with both Broome and Wortwell on 66 points. Wortwell won 6-3 at home to Bradwell while Broome went down 5.5 – 3.5 at Ilketshall. Haddiscoe won 9-0 at home to Earsham, Kessingland beat Carlton 5-4 while Earsham and Bradwell drew. Diss are looking dangerous in the South Norfolk League after beating Hingham 8-2. Graham Atter’s triple won 21-8, Graham Mobbs won 17-9 and Russell Davidson won 16-12 as they moved twelve points behind leaders Connaught but have two games in hand. In the Tens League Bob Carter made it five wins from five games after winning 4-0 at Connaught. Nigel Willard & Jason Woods won 27-10 in the pairs against D Quadling and Mike Smail while Melly Woods’ triple won 17-9. Halvergate won 6-4 at home to East Tuddenham in the top of the table clash in the Bure League. Halvergate are now unbeaten after twelve games with eleven wins and a draw to their name and the title looks as good as theirs. Donna Lamb, Josh Baxter & Jason Woods led the way with a 25-4 win against Robin Amos while Robbie Lamb’s triple beat Melly Woods 15-9. Hevingham won 8-2 at home to Horsford BC with Alan Bunn, Aleck Haynes & David Sharpe in good form winning by 25-5. Steve Hall and Selwyn Goldsmith both skipped their Hevingham triples to wins while Ray Ayres’ triple scored the visitors only win of the evening. In the Winter Afternoon League leaders Hingham won 6-4 at Harling Hawks and are two points ahead of Thetford with one game in hand.

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39-4 win for Jack Pye's Wymondham triple

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Its a measure at the Hevingham v Horsford BC game

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Horsford's Lynn Couzins in action at Hevingham

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Horsford skip Janet Seaton debates jack length

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14-14 draw for Thetford's Peter Scarborough 

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Jason Woods in great form for Halvergate in the Bure