Results were as miserable as the weather for three Norfolk teams on Premier Division duty.
A host of the area’s clubs will be looking to see off county rivals in order to progress in a national competition.
The players of Fakenham Town have another chance to secure their Clipbush Park future as Wayne Anderson prepares to wield the axe.
Gorleston continued their impressive start to the Premier Division season by beating Walsham-le-Willows 2-0.
A First Division derby is the pick of the night’s games in the Eastern Counties League.
Wroxham, Dereham Town and Norwich United will be aiming to ensure Norfolk enjoys a far happier FA Cup return this afternoon.
Great Yarmouth Town have their own Norfolk-Suffolk rivalry to sort out this afternoon when the Bloaters head to Ipswich Wanderers looking for their second win of the season.
It was a case of slim pickings for Norfolk sides with just two wins to cheer up supporters.
Gorleston exited the FA Cup in humiliating style after being hammered 8-0 at Peterborough Sports.
Two of our area’s sides will have no time to waste when they kickstart their season this afternoon.
Wisbech St Mary will kickstart a new era this afternoon when they officially begin life at their highest-ever level.
The draw for the early qualifying rounds of the FA Cup has been made today, as well as the early rounds of the FA Trophy, FA Vase and FA Youth Cup.
Fakenham Town completed a great escape on the final day as their 1-0 win at Walsham-le-Willows saw the Ghosts climb out of the Premier Division relegation zone, writes Mark Armstrong.
Fakenham Town and Swaffham Town look determined to ensure the race to escape Premier Division relegation goes right to the wire.
With matters at the top of the table settled attentions turn to a tight battle against the drop at the bottom of the Premier Division.
Great Yarmouth Town will look to get their promotion push back on track when they visit the First Division’s basement boys.
Thetford Town can suck their fiercest rivals into the Premier Division relegation zone with a victory in Suffolk.
A packed Easter Monday football programme has been hit by the bad weather caused by Storm Katie.
max temp: 8°C
min temp: 6°C