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NCBCLeagueChampsApril18x750NCBC are Christian football league champions 

Norwich Central Baptist Church (NCBC) won their fourth Norfolk Christian Football League title on Saturday (February 9), with a 4-1 win over Silver Road, with a game to spare.
 


NCBC have continued their domination of the league, winning eight league titles in the last 11 years, plus several cup wins but this season the league was a much closer affair after they lost their two-year unbeaten record to a resurgent Stalham Baptist Church in January.

League chairman, Jim Green, said: “An early draw against Heigham gave a signal of a possible hard season for NCBC, but they have bounced back to become convincing league winners again, despite losing their record unbeaten run to Stalham.
 
“It is a testament to lots of hard work, recruiting new players, getting a competitive team out each week, and, as other teams have noted, great organisation on and off the pitch. So many congratulations once again to them.”
 
NCBC Team manager Ian Garrod said, "Winning a league is never straightforward so to overcome all obstacles and secure a fourth league in a row is a fantastic achievement for everyone involved."

"The credit has to go to the players for the exemplary work rate, ability and attitude they’ve shown throughout the season. They should all rightfully be proud of their accomplishment."

Once the league programme is finished, adult teams will switch to the Bishop’s Cup Champion’s League format group stages
 
The groups are: NCBC, St John’s and Silver Road; Heigham Park Rangers, Soul Church and Gateway Vineyard; Stalham Baptist, Sprowston Radicals and Eaton Eagles.
 

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