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Chris Sutton, the former Norwich City striker, struck a "bubbling" fifty for Sheringham against East Harling last week.
Sutton - who is being linked with a return to the Canaries - hit 74 in Sheringham's 206-8, with Ben Etheridge picking up three wickets.
But Sheringham could not complete an outright victory as East Harling reached 117-8 in reply.
Read the full story at North Norfolk News.
Many thanks to Allan Schoenherr for sending it in.
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