It was a blank weekend for West Norfolk's football representatives in the Thurlow Nunn League and the extra preliminary round of the Emirates FA Cup.
Fakenham Town manager Andy Cunnigham has hinted that Ghosts fans will be treated to be a style of football which is easier on the eye this season.
King's Lynn Town manager Simon Clark has praised the professionalism of pivotal playing duo Ryan Jarvis and Michael Gash ahead of the new season.
West Norfolk's senior footballing sides have been continuing their preparations for the forthcoming season which begins this weekend.
Simon Clark takes his Linnets side to Nottinghamshire tomorrow to face Basford United in their latest warm up for the new season.
Living the American dream is not the usual career path for all teenage lads, but a footballer from Ingoldisthorpe will be doing just that next month.
The King’s Lynn Stars on Monday will have to prove they’re not camera-shy in front of the BT Sport lenses at home to Premiership leaders Somerset.