Dave Hardwick insists the Haverhill Borough players deserve all the plaudits after they sealed an historic promotion for the club this week.
Chairman Phil Turner has insisted Jamie Godbold remains the right man to be in charge of AFC Sudbury when they return to Ryman League Division One North next season.
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Matt Fitch is targeting the Southern Area light heavyweight title within his first 18 months as a professional boxer, writes Alex Moss.
Stowmarket Town manager Rick Andrews has his fingers crossed that the club’s floodlight fund will be given a boost by the town council.
Richard Wilkins said he had no hesitation in accepting the offer to become Needham Market manager from the start of next season
Jules Mumford believes two more wins should be enough to keep his Long Melford side in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division next season.
Sudbury RFC have pulled off a major coup in bringing England head coach Eddie Jones in to take a coaching session at the club next month.
Mark Morsley has announced he will step down as manager of Needham Market at the end of this season.
AFC Sudbury and Hendon have both been fined by The Football Association for their roles in the abandoned fixture in January between the two clubs.
The Bury Saints will begin their first season in the BAFANL Premiership South with a trip to the London Warriors on April 16.
Bury Town will welcome Ipswich Town legends Terry Butcher and Matt Holland to their Ram Meadow home for a charity evening next month.
Jamie Godbold believes the AFC Sudbury supporters can play an ‘important part’ in their bid to avoid relegation this season.
The saga revolving around Haverhill Rovers fielding an ineligible player has finally come to an end following an appeal at Wembley Stadium.
Haverhill Rovers have lost their appeal against the points deduction from the Thurlow Nunn League for fielding an ineligible player.
AFC Sudbury dropped into the Ryman League Premier Division relegation zone for the first time this season after losing 4-1 at Wingate & Finchley last night.
Fifteen clubs in the Thurlow Nunn League face missing out on playing in the lucrative FA cup competitions next season if they fail to meet a floodlight inspection standard, we can reveal.
Stowmarket Town are appealing for support to help them keep their promotion bid alive this season.
Needham Market and Bury Town chiefs are hoping bumper crowds turn out to roar them on to victory when they both face table-topping opposition tomorrow (3pm).
The ongoing saga surrounding Haverhill Rovers’ long-standing battle to be reinstated with three points has taken yet another twist.