The Kings Marsh Stadium was bathed in bright sunshine as the home side cruised to victory with consummate ease against the Essex outfit to consolidate sixth place, albeit distant from a play-off position.
Mildenhall Town manager, Ricky Cornish, is confident that his side will escape from the Bostik North relegation zone, despite a current six-point gap between themselves and third-from-bottom Soham Town Rangers.
Bury Town boss, Ben Chenery, was “disappointed” to take just a point from Saturday’s 0-0 stalemate at Recreation Way, against a Mildenhall Town side who are battling to avoid relegation from the Bostik (Isthmian) League.
It was two seasons ago that Mildenhall Town finished champions in The Thurlow Nunn Premier League, gaining promotion to The Bostik North, leaving Felixstowe as frustrated runners up, writes Barry Grossmith.
Bury Town manager, Ben Chenery, wants his players to keep cool heads and not get carried away by the occasion, when they entertain Mildenhall Town in an eagerly-awaited West Suffolk derby at Ram Meadow this afternoon.
In-form LEISTON have a chance to cement their play-off berth when they entertain struggling King’s Lynn Town in an East Anglian derby, in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Central at Victory Road tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
Mildenhall Town entertain Stowmarket Town, from one division below, in a Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Recreation Way this evening, although home boss Dean Greygoose does not consider his side to necessarily be favourites to progress.
AFC Sudbury manager, Mark Morsley, insists that his side have “nothing to lose” when they take on Haringey Borough away in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup in North London this afternoon (kick-off 3pm).