Fakenham bidding to banish Imps

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Fakenham Town host Brantham Athletic tomorrow looking for their first win in four, having suffered three consecutive Thurlow Nunn Premier Division defeats.

The Ghosts slipped to a 1-0 weekend defeat at the hands of Haverhill, but boss Wayne Anderson is calling on his side to make home advantage count against the Blue Imps.

“It will be good to be back playing on our own pitch, but we want to make it count,” Anderson told the Lynn News.

“Brantham are a side we know a bit about and we know that it is going to be a really tough game. We have shown over the course of the season, that on our day we can hold our own against every side in this league and we need to show that Saturday.

“It’s unlike us to lose three on the bounce, it’s a bit of a bad run for us and we all now want to put it behind us and move on to finish the season as well as possible.”

Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division top 11

Norwich U 26 23 1 2 70

Godmanchester 26 18 2 6 56

Stanway Rovers 27 16 8 3 56

Hadleigh U 29 16 7 6 55

Kirkley & Pld 29 15 6 8 51

Felixstowe & WU 27 14 8 5 50

Newmarket T 28 13 10 5 49

Ipswich Wanderers 29 10 9 10 39

Gorleston 30 10 9 11 39

Mildenhall T 29 12 3 14 39

Fakenham T 29 11 5 13 38

Division One top 10

Long Melford 28 19 5 4 62

Swaffham T 26 19 4 3 61

Saffron Walden T 27 18 7 2 61

Haverhill Bor 28 16 6 6 54

Gt Yarmouth T 26 16 5 5 53

March Town U 27 17 2 8 53

Lynn Res 27 15 3 9 48

Debenham LC 28 14 5 9 47

Halstead T 27 12 6 9 42

Downham T 27 10 7 10 37

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