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North Walsham A U12s 7 v 7 Sheringham Warriors U12s

In a highly competitive game Sheringham Warriors took on last years league Champions the Devils.  The Warriors got off to a flier with Will Parker bursting down the right hand side and hitting a superb ball, which rocketed over the goalkeeper's head. The Warriors then dominated the next few minutes playing some nice football, with Jacob Knowles down the left terrorizing the Walsham defence, but the Devils being the resilient team soon made it 1-1 wen some poor defending gave them an opportunity to score.   Walsham then rattled in two more goals when the Warriors defence again failed to get a grip of the Devils lively Strikers who looked menacing every time they got the ball.   Jodi Norris then pulled a goal back for the Warriors, but they were still struggling to get a grip in defence with the Devils being able to knock two more in before half time.  At half time it was 5-2 to North Walsham.  In the second half Sheringham Warriors made some tactical changes putting Tom Fleming in defence and Harry Carrington into midfield, but the Devils then made the most of the new pairing in the Warriors defence to make it 6-2. The Warriors were still giving it all and some fine football ended with Jacob Knowles bursting down the left putting a wonderful cross in for Jodi Norris to smash into the net but the Devils hit back to score another to make it 7-3.   Another tactical change saw Nick Blake go on to the right wing this gave the Sheringham boys an added bit of pace down that side, it worked nearly straight away with a lovely footballing move being finished off by Jodi Norris with a backward flick into the bottom corner of the net, it was a brilliant goal and a hat-trick for a lad who had given everything for the cause.  Sheringham Warriors now had their tails up, and were pushing the Devils hard, the Warriors then won a free kick on the edge of the box and up stepped Shane Cox who again had turned in a superb performance in midfield, he fired the ball into the roof of the net giving the Walsham keeper no chance.

The Devils kept pushing forward but the warriors defence had now found their feet with Daniel Beasy and Tom Fleming working well, Tom Harrison and Tommy Bywaters had been two of the star players in the team dealing with everything that came down the right side and left of the pitch.  John Reynolds in goal had now grown in confidence and was managing to deal with what ever shot that came at him.  Harry Carrington then managed to get himself on the score sheet with a lovely strike which made it 7-6 to set up a thrilling finale.  Ali Burghall was pushed into the centre of Defence to give the Warriors a bit of pace in the middle, and Josh Glister who had gave all came off and Will Parker went up front, this tactic worked with the Warriors now carrying some pace up front.  The Sheringham boys were now pushing for an equalizer and were now looking the more dominant team; they won another free kick just outside the box and again up stepped Shane Cox to rocket it into the top of the net, with what turned out to be the very last kick of the match.  The game finished 7-7 with the Sheringham Warriors turning in a superb all-round team performance.



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Attention All Children!  Fun with Shells at the Peter Coke Shell Gallery, Westcliff.  Would you like to have a go yourself at making a little shell creation?  We are running our first workshop at the Shell Gallery for young people aged 8 - 12 years on Saturday 21st October, from 9.30am to 12.30pm.  This will be very popular and places are limited so please book early.  The Workshop is free but there will be a charge of 1 for materials.  It will probably be a bit gummy, so don't forget to bring an apron.  To book your place please ring Maureen Cooper, 01263 822156

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Sheringham & Cromer Round Table will be holding their annual Senior Citizens in November which has now been running for 25 years.

The original idea was to provide the senior citizens of the Sheringham & Cromer area with a free night's entertainment along with light refreshments of sandwiches and cakes.   The format has been so successful that little has changed as years have gone bye.   Most of the entertainment is provided by Round Table, Ladies Circle and 41 Club (ex Round Tablers) and in recent years the Sheringham Brownies have been a welcome addition to the cast.

If anyone over the age of 65 would be interested in attending please contact Sheringham & Cromer Round Table Chairman Andrew Johnson Tel 01263 822146, free coach transport will also be provided on the evening.  Round Table will do its best to accommodate as many people as possible but numbers are limited.  PLEASE NOTE if you have attended in previous years YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CONTACT ROUND TABLE as you will automatically receive an invite.

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