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Norfolk Christian League season kicks off with 44 teams 

SoulStalham14Sept450The Norfolk Christian Football League has kicked off a new season with 44 teams in five different divisions, including a number of new youth sides and has a new league secretary. League chairman, Mike Culwick, reports.

After the disappointment of seeing England sent home early in the world cup, our spirits are raised as we kick off a new season of the Norfolk Christian Football league.
There were several enquiries from new teams that wanted to enter the league which was very encouraging but unfortunately a few fell by the wayside. But we do welcome Surlingham Tornadoes, Old Catton Junior FC and Worstead Wolves to the U10 league, all supported by their local churches, giving us nine teams in the league.
In the U12 league we have six teams with Stoke United and Heigham Park Rangers moving up from the U10s
In the U14 league there are eight teams and we welcome New Buckenham Junior FC for the first time and Heartsease entering two teams.
The U16 have ten teams in the league with Heigham Park, St Johns and Lighthouse [Sheringham] with two teams each, so lots of local derbys to play.
The adult league has shrunk from 14 to 11 teams, which means just one division instead of two this season.
The adult league kicked off on Saturday September 6, followed by the U12, U14 and U16 on September 13, with the U10 league on September 20.
Lucie Fox from ENYP is our new league secretary and proving already to be a great asset to the league. We are looking to forge close links with ENYP as both organisations seek to work with the churches, to share God’s love with the young people involved in football and all types of youth work. You can contact Lucie at secretary@norfolkcfl.co.uk
We are aiming to send out regular monthly e-news updates including latest news, team profiles, match reports and complete results, fixture and table links with any admin matters we need to cover.

Please send us your team news and match reports

Please send us in any news about your team including short match reports (ideally with a picture or two) to web@networknorwich.co.uk and we will feature them on the website. We also want to feature all sides in our Team of the Month profile slot. To be included simply send a team picture and some background about your team and current side to web@networknorwich.co.uk
Have a great season.

Pictured above is action from the season opener between Soul Church and Stalham in the adult league. 
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