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Norfolk Christian league names most sporting team 

Stalham Baptist Church have been named as the Norfolk Christian Football League’s most sporting adult team and the league are also appealing for new sides to join its cup competition, starting later this year.

On Saturday October 1, Stalham Baptist Church were presented with the League Fellowship Trophy before their game with Norwich Vineyard by League Vice Chairman, Jim Green. They won the award by being voted as the most sporting team in the league by the other clubs.

Jim said: “This is a fully deserved accolade, Stalham are always a joy to play against and splendidly carry the ethos of the League and their church.”

The adult league are also appealing for any churches who might want to consider putting in a team in the Bishop’s Cup competition, starting in November.

Jim said: “We currently have seven teams in the league and play cup games in a champions League format, with two mini leagues. If we had another team we would have two leagues of four. It would also give prospective teams a taster of the league if they were considering entering a team in the next season or two.”

Anyone interested should contact Jim Green on 07758 708837 or email jimpiecrust@gmail.com

Pictured above are the NCFL’s most sporting team – Stalham Baptist Church.
 

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