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Diss Town’s history is steeped in FA Vase tradition – but that will matter not a jot to the side they take on this afternoon.
Dereham Town will be hoping to ensure their sweet September continues into October, writes Rene Kendal.
Wroxham have a bit of respite from Ryman League action this weekend as they enter the FA Trophy at the preliminary round stage, writes Adrian Gowling.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is certain he has enough talent in his squad to ensure the Blues don’t get dragged into a relegation scrap this season.
Leiston could be replaced at the top of the Ryman Premier Division this evening, following their crushing 4-0 defeat at struggling East Thurrock last night.
A lightning Rhys Logan inspired Dereham to a 2-0 win at Trafford Park – to avenge last season’s Senior Cup final defeat.
Mark Morsley has ramped up the pressure on his struggling side, ahead of two bumper Ryman Premier clashes in the next five days.
Richard Wilkins has welcomed Leiston’s FA Cup Third Qualifying Round draw with National League North side Gloucester City, ahead of tonight’s Ryman League Premier clash at East Thurrock United.
Wroxham and Dereham Town renew their rivalry as Norfolk’s Ryman League North clubs prepare to lock horns at Trafford Park.
Bury Town boss Ben Chenery was impressed with his side’s second-half display against National League South side Hemel Hempstead.
A round-up of all the action from the Suffolk and Ipswich League, with wins for Bramford, Westerfield and Crane Sports
Both goalkeepers put on impressive displays as Felixstowe beat Haverhill 3-0.
A round-up of all the weekend action in the Thurlow Nunn leagues on what was a tough weekend for our local sides.
Bognor Regis Town 2 Lowestoft Town 1
Kirkley & Pakefield’s FA Cup dream was extinguished, but not without putting up a fight against Hitchin in the second qualifying round at Walmer Road.
Wroxham 1 Waltham Abbey 0
A late header from Dion Frary maintained Dereham’s unbeaten run following a disappointing game, writes Rene Kendal.
Progress is the key word at Touchline SIL Senior Division side Leiston St Margarets this season.
Former Norwich City midfielder Michael Spillane has been included in the Lowestoft Town squad for today’s FA Cup second qualifying round clash at Bognor Regis Town.
One of the biggest matches in the history of Kirkley & Pakefield will be held at Walmer Road today, when the Royals attempt to reach the third qualifying round of the FA Cup for the first time.
Wroxham play the second in a run of four consecutive home games this afternoon.
Dereham Town will aim to continue their unbeaten month by adding to their points tally in Essex.
Felixstowe & Walton United host an improving Haverhill Rovers on Saturday, a side who lost their opening five Thurlow Nunn Premier Division fixtures but have remained unbeaten since, writes Phil Griffiths.
Man-of-the-moment Matt Mackenzie is looking to hunt down yet more Ryman Premier Division opposition tomorrow afternoon.
Leiston climbed to the top of the Ryman Premier Division last night with a comfortable 2-0 victory over mid-table Brentwood Town.
Ryman One North
Bury Town 0
Bury Town preserved their unbeaten start to this season, in Ryman Division One North, but had to be content with just a home point against mid-table Cheshunt at Ram Meadow last night.
Gorleston will look to bounce back from their weekend humbling when they host Walsham-le-Willows.
Braintree Town, fresh from a commanding 4-0 win at Altrincham in the National League last Saturday, have a chance of bursting into the play-off zone when they host high-flying Woking tonight (7.45pm).
A round-up of all the weekend action for our local teams in the Ryman League, including a last gasp victory for Leiston, defeats for Needham and Sudbury and a narrow success for Bury.
A round-up of all the weekend action in the SIL Senior Division.
Rock-bottom Premier Division outfit Fakenham Town will continue their hunt for a first league win of the season under a new manager.
After a dismal run of eight matches without a victory, Lowestoft Town distanced themselves from the National League North relegation places with a deserved win over Chorley at Crown Meadow.
A round-up of all the weekend action from the Thurlow Nunn Premier and First divisions
Wroxham fell to their first home defeat of the season as they were torn apart by Aveley’s David Fallah.
A brilliant late strike from Luke Tuttle settled a game that neither side deserved to win at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.