Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert believes the team can find a way to score goals before the January transfer window comes around.
Grundisburgh, one of the most successful clubs to grace the Suffolk & Ipswich League over the decades, are in real danger of being relegated this season.
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Achilles have not been surprised by the success this season of CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup semi-final opponents Woodbridge Town.
Grundisburgh boss Micky Squirrell says he feels two wins from their final eight Suffolk & Ipswich League senior division games will be enough for the village side to secure their senior status.
League-leaders Achilles have a chance to increase their advantage in the SIL Senior Division this weekend as sides around them have a week off.
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The title hopes of SIL Senior Division leaders Felixstowe Harpers were dented in a 3-0 defeat at Coplestonians, who were the much better side on the day.
Suffolk Senior Cup holders Achilles mounted a thrilling comeback at AFC Hoxne, scoring three goals in the last 15 minutes to win 5-4.
There’s a chance for rock-bottom Ransomes Sports to cause a big upset in the SIL Senior Division this weekend, as they welcome table-toppers Achilles.
Achilles boss Luke Hillyard is hoping his side’s impressive result against Framlingham Town last weekend can kick his team on to success this season.
Luke Hillyard admits to being ‘disappointed’ having to turn down the Ipswich Wanderers managerial job, but he feels he has made the right decision.
Felixstowe Harpers manager Peter Gorham admitted he had to be ruthless during the summer if his team were to challenge for the top spots in the SIL Senior Division.
Henley Athletic boss Sean Brown has urged his players to finish the job off tomorrow by lifting the SIL Senior Division title for the very first time.
Henley Athletic can clinch the SIL Senior Division title with a victory at home to Bramford United on Saturday.
Henley Athletic joint-manager Sean Brown hopes his side can wrap up their first-ever Senior Division championship win, before hosting title rivals Crane Sports on the final day of the season.
Capel Plough manager Archie Arnold is hoping his team can add Achilles to their list of Suffolk Senior Cup scalps tomorrow night (Friday), but insists staying in the SIL Senior Division is the priority.
Benhall St Mary go into tomorrow’s Suffolk Junior Cup semi-final with Oulton Broad at Beccles Town, still challenging on three fronts.
Reports from the weekend’s SIL League and Bob Coleman Cup games
Henley Athletic made a big statement of intent yesterday, going to champions Crane Sports and emerging 3-1 winners, to end 2016 at the top of the SIL Senior Division.