On a wet afternoon at the Denny Bros Stadium, top-of-the-table Bury Town entertained the bottom side Romford, and the thought of a potential banana skin scenario was eventually avoided with a thoroughly workmanlike performance that extended their lead at the summit by five points, writes John Campany.
The curtain came down at the Denny Bros Stadium in this final match of the season for Ben Chenery’s side against a Heybridge Swifts outfit already assured of a play–off semi final at Aveley, writes John Campany.
Ben Chenery’s side extended their winning sequence to four matches with a thoroughly workmanlike performance against eighth-placed Grays Athletic, who started the afternoon four points behind the Suffolk team, writes John Campany.
With the waiting and anticipation over, 567 supporters welcomed Felixstowe & Walton to their very first fixture in the Bostik North League at home to Bury Town under clear blue skies, writes Barry Grossmith.
Since clinching promotion back in April at home to Walsham-le-Willows, the Seasiders have been busy preparing for a new season, playing at the highest level the club has ever reached, writes Barry Grossmith.
Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised the character of his players for giving the club’s supporters ‘something to shout about’ after reaching the final of the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.
Bury Town, having lost their last two matches away to Aveley and Haringey Borough, had the opportunity to redeem themselves against visiting Cheshunt, who were bottom of the Bostik League North Division, writes John Campany.
Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised the character of his players after beating Newmarket Town 8-7 on penalties following a 1-1 draw to reach the quarter-finals of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.