Glenn Driver has revealed that there are “no hard feelings” following his shock departure from Leiston last night
Former Leiston schemer Byron Lawrence is returning to the Suffolk club.
Leiston and Needham Market have today discovered their first foes as they prepare to embark on a new season in a new league.
Leiston boss Glenn Driver is confident his team’s bonding and togetherness will see them through as they venture into unknown territory this season.
Bury Town boss Ben Chenery is not expecting opponents Leiston to be suffering a hangover when they meet in the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup Final tomorrow night, writes Nick Garnham.
Leiston’s promotion hopes are over, following a narrow 1-0 defeat to hosts Dulwich Hamlet in a Bostik Premier play-off semi-final tie at Tooting & Mitcham last night.
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Dulwich Hamlet 1 Leiston 0
Leiston stand on the brink of even more history as they go in search of Step 2 football.
Leiston 1 Hendon 2
Leiston boss Glenn Driver is hoping for a big crowd and a joyous day at Victory Road tomorrow afternoon.
Leiston face two huge games this week as the Blues look to close in on a Bostik Premier play-off place.
The push for a Bostik Premier Division play-off place continues tomorrow afternoon, with Leiston still in sixth place going into the match, writes Craig Cooper.
The Buildbase FA Vase
The Buildbase FA Trophy
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Needham Market manager Richard Wilkins is hoping the manager-of-the-month ‘curse’ doesn’t strike his club.
Leiston’s recent struggles in the league continued as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at Merstham on Saturday.
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