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Norfolk Christian football league winners crowned 

The winners of the two men’s divisions of the Norfolk Christian Football League have been crowned and presented with their trophies after another successful season draws to a close.

The Division 1 title was reclaimed by Norwich Central Baptist Church who surrendered their crown in the last two seasons to the all-conquering UEA Rovers side.
NCBC were presented with the Division 1 Shield after beating Wildlife in their last game of the season on April 26. Presenting the trophy, league vice chairman, Jim Green, said: NCBC deserved the title having lost only twice all season, as a team who know how to play football in every sense.” 
BlofieldTrophy450In an exciting climax in Division 2, Blofield beat Sheringham Lighthouse 7-1 in their final game on April 19 to claim the league title by a single point from runners-up Kings Palace.
Jim Green said that it was exciting to see a team that just two seasons ago had been playing at U16 level winning the men’s Division 2.
“Last season Blofield won the Fair Play Trophy, despite winning very few games,” said Jim. “So it is great to see a team showing that they knew how to lose gracefully going on to show they know how to win.”
The NCFL season’s climax begins this weekend, Saturday May 3, with the youth league cup finals at Thorpe High School. Under 12 between Brooke Adventurers and Heartsease Youth and Under 14 between Bowthorpe St Peter’s and ENYP at 11.15am and the Under 16 final at 12.20pm between Sheringham Lighthouse and Holy Trinity (Red).

Pictured top are the Division 1 champions, NCBC and, above, Division 2 winners Blofield are presented with their trophy by Jim Green.

NFCL Adult Cup Final - Saturday May 10

Please come and show your support for the teams in the NCFL Bishop Maurice Woods cup finals.

10:30am KO Bishop's Cup Final: Holy Trinity v UEA or St John's
1:30pm KO Shield Final: Kings palace v Kings United

The matches are taking place at the FDC in Bowthorpe. There is a £2 entry fee on the day. 
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