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Great Yarmouth 0 Stowmarket Town 4
Paul Musgrove says Stowmarket Town need to be fully focused for tomorrow’s trip to Great Yarmouth Town (3pm), writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews says his Stowmarket Town side must not repeat previous errors when they host Norwich United this afternoon (3pm), writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews believes he will see a positive reaction from his Stowmarket Town players when they travel to FC Clacton today (3pm), writes Alex Moss.
Paul Musgrove hopes the new arrivals at Stowmarket Town this summer will help them get over the line in their bid for promotion this season, writes Alex Moss.
Stowmarket Town have completed a double transfer coup with the signings of midfielder Matt Paine and goalkeeper Callum Robinson, writes Alex Moss.
Stowmarket Town have made midfielder Scott Chaplin their latest summer signing, writes Alex Moss.
Stowmarket Town have signed defender Sam Nunn on a two-year deal starting from next season, writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews says he is proud of how his Stowmarket Town players are finishing the season, writes Alex Moss.
Stowmarket Town manager Rick Andrews may try and appeal 50-goal striker Josh Mayhew’s red card, writes Alex Moss.
Kirkley & Pakefield manager Mark Willis said he would love nothing more than sharing the experience with his players of them appearing in this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup Final at Portman Road, writes Nick Garnham.
Rick Andrews says Stowmarket Town face a tough test in front of them as they go in search of a ninth win on the bounce this weekend, writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews hopes his Stowmarket Town side can take their good end of 2017 form into the start of this year, writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews insists it is not luck that his Stowmarket Town side are striking late to win games, writes Alex Moss.
Rick Andrews believes he can bring Bostik League football to Stowmarket Town within the next two seasons, writes Alex Moss.
Brantham Athletic 2
Stowmarket Town 4
Stowmarket Town produced a stunning late comeback from 2-1 down to beat Brantham Athletic 4-2 and move back up to third in the table, writes Alex Moss.
Thurlow Nunn Premier
Stowmarket Town 1
Kirkley & Pakefield 2
Stowmarket Town slipped to a second home league defeat of the season as Kirkley & Pakefield became the first side to do the double over the Old Gold and Blacks in 2017-18, writes Alex Moss.
Newmarket Town manager Kevin Grainger would love to emulate last year’s feat and reach the semi-final stage of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup.
Coggeshall Town 2
Stowmarket Town tasted defeat at home in the league for the first time in more than 18 months as Coggeshall Town struck late to take home all the points, writes Alex Moss.
New Haverhill Rovers’ boss Marc Abbott says tonight’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup tie offers his side a great chance to progress in the competition, writes Nick Garnham.
Stowmarket Town manager Rick Andrews says his players will be up for tonight’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Felixstowe & Walton United, writes Nick Garnham.
Rick Andrews is not taking anything for granted when he takes his high-flying Stowmarket Town side to Fakenham Town Saturday afternoon (3pm), writes ALEX MOSS.
Rick Andrews insists there is no chance of his Stowmarket Town side getting ahead of themselves despite their recent upturn in form, writes ALEX MOSS
Hadleigh United 1
Stowmarket Town 5
Stowmarket Town swept aside Hadleigh United 5-1 at the Millfield last night to move into the top half of the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division table.
Thurlow Nunn clubs are starting to return to pre-season training but at many, recruitment has been underway for a number of weeks. Chris Brammer looks at the movers and shakers so far in East Anglia
Dean Greygoose hailed his Mildenhall Town side after they secured a league and cup double this afternoon.
Mildenhall Town finished their title-winning season in style with a 9-0 thrashing over already-relegated Wivenhoe Town on Saturday.
Vanarama National League
Leiston will face Needham Market for the second season running in the semi-finals of the Suffolk FA Premier Cup.
There is a busy schedule of non-league action tonight as three of Suffolk’s Ryman League clubs are in action, searching for points for contrasting reasons.
Stowmarket Town have completed the signing of experienced striker Matt Dixon from Diss Town.