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By Harry Frazer UCFB
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Three games were to take place this week, but only one game was played in what was a slow week in Division ‘C’.

The only game to play this week was Norwich City RDP drawing 1-1 to AFC Sudbury. The Canaries first win of the campaign came against Sudbury back in December but they couldn’t repeat the feat from that day. Norwich now further themselves away from the bottom two, giving themselves a three point gap, and are now four points behind 7th placed Maldon & Tiptree. Sudbury remain 5th in the Division, however the point does put them three points behind Brightlingsea Regent.

Two other games were supposed to of been played on Wednesday, with Barking set to face Brightlingsea Regent, and Bishop’s Stortford taking on Boreham Wood Whites. However both games were postponed.

With this weeks lack of action, there is hope that all four games will be able to play next week. Games include leaders Barking travelling to Brightlingsea Regent, the away side hoping to maintain there unbeaten run. Ipswich Wanderers will face Boreham Wood Whites at home in a match that could see Regent leap as high as 4th in the Division if they beat Ipswich. AFC Sudbury travel to Maldon & Tiptree, after Sudbury’s draw and poor form recently, can Maldon & Tiptree take advantage of there wounded opposition? Finally, Lowestoft Town play host to Norwich City RDP, both teams had a rough start to the campaign, but Norwich seem to have found their feet as they manage to pick up points, however its a different story for Lowestoft who have only picked up the one point after 11 games, can the seaside town get their first win of the season?

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