Henley Athletic consolidated their second spot in the SIL Senior Divsion with a solid 4-0 win at fifth-placed Haughley United.
Review of the action in the SIL Senior Division
Reports from the weekend action in the SIL Senior Division
A look back of some of Saturday's SIL Senior Division clashes
Crane Sports stayed top of the SIL Senior Division with a 7-1 hammering of rock-bottom Grundisburgh on the road.
Crane Sports went top of the SIL Senior Division, albeit having played three games more than Achilles, after a powerful first half blew Grundisburgh away in a 3-0 win.
Defending champions Achilles sit top of the SIL Senior Division after a 3-2 home win over Haughley United.
Benhall St Mary boss Carl Wilkins is looking forward to what the remaining 10 games could bring for his side this season.
SIL Senior Division leaders Henley Athletic kept up their title push with an impressive 4-0 win over early-season pacesetters Capel Plough.
A round-up of the SIL Senior Division from the weekend.
Henley Athletic sit top of the SIL Senior Division after a crushing 9-0 win over Wenhaston United.
Defending champions Achilles went top of the SIL Senior Division after a 3-1 win at home against East Bergholt.
Benhall St Mary travel to Division 2 Shotley this weekend hoping to progress into the next round of the Bob Coleman Cup.
SIL Senior Division
Leiston St Margarets 0
Benhall St Mary 4
Benhall earned the bragging rights after a thumping 4-0 away win over near neighbours Leiston St Margarets.
There was something of a shock at the top of the SIL Senior Division, as leaders Capel Plough were beaten.
The villages of East Bergholt and Capel St Mary are only a mile apart, which creates a very competitive atmosphere when the annual SIL Senior Division matches come around.
Capel Plough remain top of the SIL Senior Division after a 2-1 win at Benhall St Mary.
Crane Sports boss Iain Radnor is looking forward to a weekend of football for his side with a little less expectation, writes Mike Bacon.
Capel Plough went top of the SIL Senior Division with a 4-3 win at Claydon in a pulsating clash.
There's an early season top-of-the-table clash in the SIL Senior Division this weekend.
Benhall made it four wins from their opening five SIL Senior Division games with a fine 3-0 victory over East Bergholt.
Benhall St Mary continued their great start to the SIL Senior Divison season with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Haughley United.
Benhall St Mary boss Carl Wilkins is very excited for the future of the club.
Benhall St Mary got off to a flying start in the Touchline SIL Senior Division with an emphatic 4-1 victory over Coplestonians, writes Will Ridgard.
Achilles have not been surprised by the success this season of CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup semi-final opponents Woodbridge Town.
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.
Suffolk Senior Cup holders Achilles continued their title defence with a 6-1 home win over Felixstowe Harpers.
Achilles sit in second place in the SIL Senior Division after a 5-2 home win over Ransomes.
Benhall St Mary maintained their SIL Senior Division leadership with a solid 3-1 win over Coplestonians.
The red hot Capel Plough, riding a seven-match winning run, missed the chance to move to the top of the SIL Senior Division after they were beaten 4-2 at home by a lively Coplestonians.
The surging Capel Plough have a chance to make it eight wins in a row in the SIL Senior Division this weekend.
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.
Achilles boss Luke Hillyard is expecting quite a reaction from his side after they crashed to a heavy 1-5 defeat at Bramford United in the SIL Senior Division last Saturday.
Achilles' 4-1 victory over Grundisburgh took them to the top of the SIL Senior Division after leaders Wenhaston and second place Felixstowe Harpers both faltered.
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.
SIL Senior Division leaders Felixstowe Harpers United put their unbeaten run on the line on Saturday when they make a tough-looking trip to Wenhaston United.
It's fair to say Coplestoninans are on a crest of a wave.
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.
Coplestonians edged a tight game at home to Grundisburgh, 1-0, in the SIL Senior Division on Saturday.
Early leaders, Achilles may be without a game tomorrow, but manager Luke Hillyard will be leaving no stone unturned as he chases cup success and an elusive SIL Senior Division title.
Action got underway in the SIL this weekend with some entertaining clashes in the Senior Division.
SIL Senior Division new-boys Benhall St Mary have signed former Ipswich Town youngster Tom Winter to try and plug the gap left by last season's top scorer, Kelsey Trotter.
Henley Athletic defender Arran Sheppard admitted that it was nice to 'finally get over the line' when the club won the SIL Senior Division on Saturday.
Joint Henley Athletic bosses Sean Brown and Chris Rogers were glad to shake off the club's reputation as 'bottlers' on Saturday.
Despite Achilles boss Liam Hillyard being naturally disappointed, his side can take great credit in becoming the SIL Senior Division runners-up, following their first-ever Suffolk Senior Cup success at Portman Road.
Henley Athletic created history on Saturday by winning 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.
Three years ago Sporting '87 stood in the way of Claydon and a place in the SIL Senior Division.
Benhall St Mary skipper Chris Sillett has hailed his in-form team-mates - the coastal team having one hand on the Division One title, ahead of today's finale at promotion-chasing AFC Hoxne.
Crane Sports manager Iain Radnor didn't have many complaints on the outcome of the 2017 Suffolk Senior Cup final.