While admitting nothing will be decided tomorrow night as regards relegation from Bostik Premier, Needham Market boss Richard Wilkins is in no doubt the importance of tomorrow’s clash with Burgess Hill, at Bloomfields.
A dogged performance from Framlingham Town saw the Castlemen keep another clean sheet, Danny Smith score his 100th senior goal and young Portuguese Sini Rodrigues net his first for the club in a fine 3-0 win over Swaffham in Thurlow Nunn One.
The wait for an Iron win goes on after this latest setback at Nyewood Road, where they conceded two sloppy first half goals from which they never recovered despite an improved second half showing, writes David Ward.
Felixstowe & Walton United joint manager Ian Watson says his side will relish the opportunity to test themselves against higher-league opposition in tomorrow night’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Needham Market, writes Nick Garnham.
This was another damaging defeat for the Blue Imps as they swapped places with their Cambridgeshire visitors who, like the hosts, still retain an outside chance of a top two finish and promotion, writes Dave Meeson.
Woodbridge Town progressed to the semi-finals of the Suffolk Senior Cup as an excellent second half performance sealed the win against a home side who included ex-Woodpeckers Luke Moss and Harry Burman in their starting line up.
It was hardly surprising that Iron manager Brad Quinton kept his players locked in the dressing room for a good half an hour after their dismally inept and dreadful performance in this game which was deservedly won by a clear mile by the visitors.
The Felixstowe & Walton management team of Kevin O’Donnell and Ian Watson will be hoping the 14 days off, or rather, without a game, will have given their squad a chance to refocus ahead of this weekend’s trip to Newmarket Town, quickly followed by Tuesday night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Bostik Premier Division, Needham Market, writes Phil Griffiths.
Manager Glenn Driver admitted he had to read the riot act to his Leiston side during the half-time interval of their 2-1 victory over Ipswich Town in the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.