There were no winners on Saturday at the Goldstar Ground where an ill-disciplined clash between Felixstowe & Walton and Brentwood Town was reduced to farce with eight yellow cards and two reds, followed by another two red cards for Brentwood coaches after the final whistle, writes Barry Grossmith.
This win for Felixstowe & Walton makes it mathematically impossible for the Seasiders to either get relegated or reach the play-offs in what is turning out to be a successful run as the end of the season approaches, with the team suffering just three defeats in 16 games.
Despite the impressive Velocity Trophy win midweek against Northwood, everyone at Felixstowe & Walton knew the trip south to Heybridge was going to be an altogether different affair, writes Barry Grossmith.
With three points under their belt from the season opener at home to Bury Town FC last Saturday, Felixstowe & Walton venture to pastures new in their first season in The Bostik North with a trip to Burroughs Park, home of Great Wakering Rovers this weekend, writes Barry Grossmith.
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.
Promoted Felixstowe & Walton United complete their season at Haverhill Rovers this weekend, and with it say goodbye to the Thurlow Nunn League, where they have played their football for the last 44 years.
All roads lead to the Goldstar Ground this evening when Felixstowe & Walton United go head-to-head with Coggeshall Town, as the battle for the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title goes into the final week of the season, writes Phil Griffiths.
Felixstowe & Walton United shook off the poor form that had seen them end pointless in their previous three home games, to reinstate their five-point lead at the top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division table, writes Phil Griffiths.
Felixstowe & Walton United joint manager Ian Watson says his side will relish the opportunity to test themselves against higher-league opposition in tomorrow night’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Needham Market, writes Nick Garnham.
Felixstowe & Walton saw their 100% home record end in front of a bumper 355 pre-Christmas crowd as new look Haverhill Rovers took a share of the spoils from a game that rarely rose above the mediocre, writes Chris Ryan.
Felixstowe & Walton face a tricky test when they host a Long Melford side that have hit a good vein of form in recent weeks - the Villagers will arrive at the Goldstar Ground on the back of two straight wins and four from their last six games.
Teenager Lewis Smy’s 90th minute debut goal saw the Suffolk Seasiders maintain their 100% home league record and complete the double over their Essex counterparts, to further strengthen their position at the top of the Premier Division.
The excitement of Tuesday’s Suffolk Premier Cup win over Stowmarket goes on the back burner as the Seasiders return to their main focus, the Premier Division title and the chance of promotion up the non-league ladder, writes Phil Griffiths.
Felixstowe & Walton United extended their winning start to the season to a dozen games last night when they took all three points against a Walsham-le-Willows side who have proved to be a stumbling block for the Seasiders in recent seasons at their Summer Road home, writes Phil Griffiths.
Felixstowe & Walton moved nine points clear at the top of the Premier Division as they extended their winning start to the season to 11 games, but they were made to work for the points in the second half against battling visitors whose football belied their lowly league position.
With just six scheduled Thurlow Nunn Premier League games this weekend, Felixstowe & Walton United have the opportunity to open up a nine point gap at the top of the division when they host a Wivenhoe Town side struggling at the wrong end of the table.
Felixstowe & Walton progressed to the second round of the League Cup and a home tie with Needham Market Reserves after seeing off a youthful and resilient Whitton United, who fielded a very young side at the Goldstar ground on Tuesday evening.
A stunning 85th minute strike from Miles Powell secured the Seasiders third straight league win, but this was no easy ride against youthful, hard working visitors who stretched the home side on several occasions.
This weekend’s clash at the Goldstar Ground should attract plenty of interest with newly-promoted and new-look Stowmarket Town the visitors to Felixstowe for the two clubs’ opening league fixture of the season.
Any slender hopes the Seasiders had of taking their first league title disappeared in the second minute of injury time when Godmanchester’s Chae Simons cut inside and fired low into the corner of Danny Crump’s net from the edge of the area to send the visitors into raptures and their hosts into despair.