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Christian footballers appeal for help

Two Christian football leagues in Norfolk have amalgamated together and appealed for more volunteers to come forward to help run the leagues.
The Norfolk Christian Football League for adult teams and the Norfolk Christian Youth League, which runs juniors leagues at Under 12, U14 and U16 levels, have merged.
The unanimous decision was taken at the recent AGMs of both leagues. NCFL chairman Pete Loughborough said: “This was done for a variety of reasons, not least of which was the difficulty in finding people to serve on committees and we have a number of committee vacancies that are currently unfilled.”
The league is now appealing for volunteers to step forward to fill several vital roles.
“In some ways, committee members that have no affiliation to a club can be quite useful,” said Pete. “We need a vice-chairman who can chair a meeting of the youth league managers every other month; a fixture secretary to co-ordinate requests from the youth league to rearrange matches; and a minute secretary for the Youth League involving one meeting every other month.”
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Pete on 01508 570328 or at
Below are the winners of this year's NCFL Bishop's Cup final.


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