Swaffham Town recorded a comprehensive home win in difficult conditions against a strong, competitive team.
Victories for the first team and reserves on Saturday provided the icing on the cake for Swaffham Town following a productive week.
There were goals galore in matches involving Swaffham Town last week, unfortunately not always in their favour.
Swaffham Town had to be content with a second successive share of the spoils in Saturday’s clash at bottom side Cornard.
Swaffham Town suffered a disappointing 3-1 home defeat at the hands of early Thurlow Nunn League Division One pacestters Woodbridge on Saturday.
Swaffham Town played twice in the space of four days in midweek and picked up a respectable haul of four points to maintain their solid start to the Thurlow Nunn League Division One campaign.
Swaffham Town bowed out of the FA Cup at the second hurdle on Saturday - but they were far from disgraced at Bedford Town.
Swaffham secured victory in the Carter NACO Shield final at Dereham after beating Thetford in a keenly-fought contest by 45 runs.
Following a disappointing midweek defeat Swaffham Town picked themselves up to put on a fine display to earn a place in the first preliminary round of the Emirates FA Cup.
As the new season looms, the pre-season preparations for Swaffham Town appear to be on track.
Swaffham Town got their pre-season campaign off to a winning start, beating Attleborough Town 3-1 thanks to a Joe Jackson brace and a Blake Stangroome strike.
Another century from Ian Bryce was not enough as Hethersett and Tas Valley lost a tight match against Swaffham in Division Two of the Norfolk Alliance.
Swaffham suffered a frustrating defeat in Division Two of the Norfolk Alliance on Saturday after bowling out opponents Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers for just 145.
Paul Hunt has agreed to carry on as Swaffham team manager next season.
Swaffham earned and deserved all three points from their local derby against Fakenham Town.
Swaffham Town suffered a heavy 7-1 defeat at Godmanchester in a game where a very young team performed well but luck and opportunity avoided them.
Swaffham Town’s first team game at Ely City was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch but the Pedlars will be hoping to get a much needed victory this weekend when they travel to Godmanchester Rovers.
Storm Doris left her mark on Shoemakers Lane as several sections of fencing were blown over, giving the ground staff, some hard graft on top of their normal match-day preparations.
Swaffham Town claimed a well deserved point away at fellow strugglers Hadleigh United – but it should have been all three.
Swaffham Town were unlucky to go down to a 1-0 defeat at Ipswich Wanderers in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.
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