A Norfolk village cricket club has been asked to leave its ground after a disagreement with its Parish Council.
The Bacton club has been in the village for 79 years, but the Parish Council says it's repeatedly failed to comply with regulations.
Development Manager for the Norfolk Cricket Board, Keiron Tuck, says they are working with the Bacton club to find other venues for the rest of the season.
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