AFC Sudbury were denied the point that they richly deserved at the Kings Marsh Stadium when a penalty in the fourth minute of added time gave the Essex side a fortunate victory in this clash, writes John Campany.
Leiston have now won their opening two games of the season for the third successive campaign, as wins against Coalville Town and Royston Town respectively have put early points on the board in the Southern League Premier Central Division.
With three points under their belt from the season opener at home to Bury Town FC last Saturday, Felixstowe & Walton venture to pastures new in their first season in The Bostik North with a trip to Burroughs Park, home of Great Wakering Rovers this weekend, writes Barry Grossmith.
Both Leiston and Needham Market kicked-off their new seasons in the Eko-Stik Southern League Premier Central with impressive victories on Saturday, and they will be looking to maintain their good starts tomorrow evening.
Suffolk referee George Byrne has spoken of his ‘immense feeling of pride’ after receiving his Match Official of the Year accolade in The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards, writes Nick Garnham.
Ipswich Wanderers’ interest in the FA Cup was virtually over inside 20 minutes, as they were outclassed by the Spartan League side, who won promotion to their Premier Division last season, writes John Campany.
A 79th minute strike from skipper Luke Butcher salvaged a point for Mildenhall in a game where the home side could have easily taken all three, as they struck the woodwork three times and had a penalty saved, writes Dave Meeson
With the waiting and anticipation over, 567 supporters welcomed Felixstowe & Walton to their very first fixture in the Bostik North League at home to Bury Town under clear blue skies, writes Barry Grossmith.
Leiston begin their seventh season at Step 3 level tomorrow afternoon in a new league as Leicestershire-based Coalville Town visit Victory Road for the hosts’ first-ever game in the Southern League Premier, writes Craig Cooper.
Since clinching promotion back in April at home to Walsham-le-Willows, the Seasiders have been busy preparing for a new season, playing at the highest level the club has ever reached, writes Barry Grossmith.