It was another one of those days for Gorleston at Emerald Park as they slipped back to the bottom of the table.
Great Yarmouth Town shared the spoils with Fakenham Town at The Wellesley on Friday evening in a game which saw both sides finish with 10 men.
Great Yarmouth Town produced an excellent performance on Tuesday evening to complete a double over high-flying Mulbarton Wanderers.
Tom Hunter's double helped Great Yarmouth Town make it back to back league wins on Saturday.
An excellent performance from Gorleston saw them come from two down to secure a much-needed win with virtually the last kick of the game.
Gorleston were taught a lesson by their high-flying opponents on Saturday as their struggles continued.
Great Yarmouth Town recorded their second league win of the season in emphatic fashion on Saturday after turning in an impressive display at Victory Road.
After the euphoria of Wednesday's first league win of the season, Gorleston came back to earth with a bump on Saturday, losing 3-1 at Newmarket.
Great Yarmouth Town conceded an early goal to slip to a narrow home defeat against March Town on Saturday.
Roxholme Nidge lived up to his favourite's billing in winning the 73rd East Anglian Derby at Great Yarmouth.
Great Yarmouth Town bowed out of the FA Vase on Saturday as visitors Norwich United showed their class to make comfortable progress,
Jessica-Jane Applegate is glad to share a relay team with Reece Dunn, after the Great Yarmouth swimmer helped GB to yet another gold in a thrilling 4x100m freestyle relay S14 triumph at the World Para Swimming Championships.
Gorleston took an early lead but then needed to hold on at the end to secure their first point of the season.
Great Yarmouth Town overcame all sorts of obstacles to make progress in the FA Vase on Saturday.
Another battling performance from Gorleston yielded no reward as their hopes of any FA Vase glory were ended at the first hurdle.
Great Yarmouth Town turned on the style on Wednesday evening to beat Mulbarton Wanderers 4-0 at the Wellesley for an emphatic first league win of the season.
A shaky start gave an inexperienced Gorleston side an uphill task almost from the kick-off on Saturday.
Gorleston parted company with manager Stewart Larter following last week's 8-0 defeat at Norwich United, which made it 12 matches without a win stretching back to last season.
For his first game in charge at the Wellesley Rob McCombe had to contend with 10 of his new squad being absent for various reasons.
Gorleston suffered a crushing 8-0 defeat on Tuesday night at the hands of a strong Norwich United side who look like they will be challenging at the top of the table this season.
Great Yarmouth-based DAP CC dominate the series overall results from the Lotus Cars League of evening races on the Hethel test track.
Whitlingham Broad was once again the venue for the Swim England East Region Open Water Championships.
Gorleston continued their preparations for the new Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division season with three friendlies.
Gorleston held their annual presentation night in the clubhouse last week.
Each year dozens of Great Yarmouth Road Runners members enter the London Marathon and this year 10 were lucky enough to take to the start.
Great Yarmouth Town picked up a battling 1-1 draw at third placed Godmanchester in their final game of the season - but were still relegated.
A late equaliser from David Shade gave Gorleston their first point in nine games and left neighbours Great Yarmouth Town on the precipice of relegation.
Great Yarmouth Town made the trip south to Essex to face a rejuvenated FC Clacton, who had dispatched Gorleston 4-1 in midweek, and suffered a disappointing defeat.
A young, inexperienced Gorleston side suffered their heaviest defeat of the season on Saturday.
The Bloaters returned to The Wellesley for their penultimate home game of the season to face Senior Cup finalists Thetford Town and hauled themselves out of the bottom two with a priceless win.