Emphasis switches to relegation issues

WITH Wroxham confirmed as champions of the Ridgeons League, the Premier Division emphasis switches to relegation issues in tomorrow's final games of the season.

By Elvin King

WITH Wroxham confirmed as champions of the Ridgeons League, the Premier Division emphasis switches to relegation issues in tomorrow's final games of the season.

Clacton are relegated while Halstead and Diss are virtually certain to drop down to Division One. CRC, who now look set to survive, are at home to Felixstowe and Walton United, Clacton are at home to Histon Reserves, Halstead are at home to Wisbech, and Diss are at home to Stanway.

Woodbridge, who have confirmed that they will finish above neighbours Ipswich Wanderers, are at home to Dereham with reports linking trials at Colchester United for goalkeeper Marcus Garnham and front man Joe Francis.

Wanderers play Lowestoft Town in Monday afternoon's League Cup final and they warm-up with manager John Clarkson's final league game in charge at home to Norwich United.

Needham Market need to beat Kirkley at Bloomfields to be certain of fourth place ahead of Leiston, who visit King's Lynn reserves. Despite losing 1-0 at Cornard last weekend, Walsham-le-Willows are First Division champions.

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Ely and Haverhill will join them in the top flight next season if they win their matches at Long Melford and at home to March respectively.

Swaffham can still make the top three with a result at Whitton United if at least one of the others slips up.

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