Non-league

Yesterday, 13:00
Halifax Town v Braintree Town

Braintree Town being promoted to the Football League would be a football fairytale to rival the remarkable Leicester City Premier League success story, according to Iron chairman Lee Harding.

Wed, 16:00
James Blades

Crane Sports won the battle of the top-two in the SIL Senior Division last night, defeating leaders Achilles, 3-2, at home.

Wed, 11:19
Cranes manager Iain Radnor

Crane Sports manager Iain Radnor insisted it was business as usual, despite watching his side take a huge step towards retaining the SIL Senior Division title last night.

Mon, 16:59
Prolific Achilles striker, Liam Hillyard

The biggest game of the SIL season so far takes place at Greshams Sports & Social Club tonight, when leaders Achilles travel to Crane Sports.

Mon, 10:30
Sudbury players celebrate with the Ryman North trophy on Saturday

Harlow were party poopers on Sudbury’s big day, but despite the visitors’ late goal it was still all smiles in West Suffolk as the trophy was presented after the game to the league champions.

Mon, 10:21
Braintree players (L to R) Sim Akinola, Sean Long, Mitch Brundle celebrate victory at Wrexham

The Iron are within one point of making the National League play-offs for the first time ever after this fantastic win at the Racecourse Stadium on Saturday, with a team performance that manager Dan Cowley described as “incredible where every player worked their socks off for 90 minutes.”

Friday, April 22, 2016
Crane Sports celebrate winning the 2014/15 Touchline SIL Senior Division Championship. The management trio of Iain Radnor, James Leech, and Matty Cunningham.

The race for the Senior Division title looks destined to go to the wire after the top three maintained the status quo on Wednesday.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Ransomes Sports could be celebrating promotion back to the SIL Senior Division this afternoon.

Monday, April 18, 2016
Bognor captain Jason Prior powers a header towards the Leiston goal

The curtain came down on Leiston’s home fixtures in their fourth season in the Ryman League Premier Division but it is unlikely they will be facing visitors Bognor Regis Town for a while after this display, the stand-out visiting performers over the season.

Monday, April 18, 2016
Taylor Miles puts Iron ahead at Gateshead and is swamped by team-mates

The Iron pushed themselves back up into the play-off places with this grafting performance which gave them a deserved win at the International Athletic Stadium on Saturday, after which manager Dan Cowley admitted his side were “dead on their feet at the end.”

Thursday, April 14, 2016
Ross Myhill had a good chance for Wanderers

Whitton United and Ipswich Wanderers drew 0-0 in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, at King George V Playing Field, last night.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Chris Daynes (Driving Seat) & Stuart (passenger) parked where they hope the new clubhouse will spring up

Two Felixstowe & Walton United stalwarts begin – and hopefully end – a tour of England and a bit of Wales next week when they take on a seriously tough challenge to raise money for two causes.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016
AFC Sudbury win the Ryman North title

Bury Town, without a win in their last 13 games, in all competitions, entertain champions AFC Sudbury in a Ryman North clash at Ram Meadow tonight (kick-off 7.45pm).

Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Taylor Miles (right)

Braintree Town pulled off a fantastic win at Blundell Park on Tuesday evening and with it three vital points in keeping them in contention for the play-offs.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Danny Thrower (right)

Thurlow Nunn football round-up from the weekend

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Michael Brothers (left)

Ryman League round-up from Saturday, April 9.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Josh Kerridge soars to equalise for Felixstowe

This match should have been a regulation three points for the Seasiders, who sat in fourth spot, against a Swaffham Town side battling for Premier Division survival.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Leiston (blue shirts) V Dulwich Hamlet.
Tom Bullard

Leiston recorded their fourth consecutive draw to end their slim play-off hopes, but in doing so dented their opponents Dulwich Hamlet’s own play-off ambitions.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
AFC Sudbury celebrate

AFC Sudbury manager Jamie Godbold was, like his players, overjoyed at the final whistle on Saturday.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Skipper Kenny Davis goes close with a header...

Braintree Town maintained their strong chase for a play-off place with a workmanlike performance that earned them a draw, while all but ending the visitors’ outside chance of winning the championship outright.

Monday, April 11, 2016
AFC Sudbury clinch the Ryman North title.

Craig Parker was the toast of AFC Sudbury after his strike secured the west Suffolk club the Ryman North championship at Tilbury on Saturday.

Saturday, April 9, 2016
AFC Sudbury's Jack Wilkinson celebrates his goal from a free-kick right on the stroke of half-time at Maldon & Tiptree last night

AFC Sudbury and their army of fans travel to Tilbury this afternoon knowing one point will claim the Ryman North championship and promotion to Step 3.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Simeon Akinola

Braintree Town suffered a third defeat on the bounce, to miss a chance to return to the play-off zone last night.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Harlow's former AFC Sudbury striker, Leon Antoine

Bury Town could not do their Suffolk neighbours AFC Sudbury a favour, during last night’s home match against third-placed Harlow Town.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Michael Brothers celebrates scoring Needham's second at Canvey Island

Needham Market took a giant step towards achieving Ryman Premier safety, by winning at mid-table Canvey Island last night.

Monday, April 4, 2016
Jack Newman, right, scored Sudbury's winner against Wroxham

A round-up of all the weekend’s Ryman League action, as AFC Sudbury take a step closer to securing the title.

Saturday, April 2, 2016
Braintree Town boss Danny Cowley

Braintree Town boss Danny Cowley wants his players to “embrace and enjoy” a potentially-historic run-in that could see Iron reach the promised land of the Football League.

Saturday, April 2, 2016
Leiston manager Richard Wilkins.

Leiston boss Richard Wilkins admits the Blues’ play-off chances are all but over, but has called on his players to play for pride and league positions in their remaining four Ryman Premier games.

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