FA TROPHY 2ND ROUND OF QUALIFYING: Bury Town 1 Herne Bay 1
Ipswich Town supporters across Suffolk and Norfolk are coming to terms with the news that their club’s former goalkeeper Márton Fülöp has lost his battle to cancer, aged 32.
When — not if — Jonathan Adams throws again at the Paralympic Games his self-satisfaction will be sky high —knowing he fought back from the very brink, to do it his way.
A goal in each half saw Andy Reynold’s Suffolk FA Under-18s ease past Worcestershire and into the third round of this season’s FA County Youth Cup.
Needham Market pulled off the result of the day locally, with their 2-1 success at Bloomfields against promotion chasers Tonbridge Angles only their second win after promotion to the Ryman League Premier Division, while a league lower it was also a joyous day for the home support at Bury Town (4-1 victory) but AFC Sudbury’s crowd were left frustrated as they played out a stalemate with Ceshunt.
‘That’s the best game I’ve seen in a year.’
FA TROPHY FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND: Bury Town 2 Kings Langley 0
Haverhill Rovers have signed Tyler Kemp’s twin brother Scott Kemp — and player-manager Michael Shinn has put him straight into the squad as they host Saffron Walden Town in a home derby today (Saturday).
Bury Town’s Ben Chenery is hoping the fans who made Tuesday their best attended league game this season will give them another chance in a game he feels his players need little motivation for.
RYMAN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH: Bury Town 0 Brightlingsea Regent 1
Bury Town manager Ben Chenery believes Ipswich Town have unearthed another non-League gem, if they sign up reported Ryman League target Dumebi Dumaka.
Suffolk FA Under-18s — who included five Haverhill Rovers youngsters — got their East Anglian Counties Championship campaign off to a flying start with a 5-2 victory over Cambridgeshire FA.
The Haberden home crowd helped to make the difference in Saturday’s 25-11 bonus-point win over Worthing, according to Bury’s playing chairman Terry Sands.
Ipswich Town Official Supporters’ Club members are being offered the chance to fire their questions at the club’s management duo Mick McCarthy and Terry Connor later this month.
NATIONAL LEAGUE TWO SOUTH: Bury St Edmunds 25 Worthing 11
Ben Chenery believes his latest Blues capture — a goalscoring midfielder — can add an exciting new dimension to his Bury Town team.
Bury Town have signed attacking midfielder Ollie Canfer, who left the Blues’ fierce rivals AFC Sudbury only last week.
Bury Town manager Ben Chenery was delighted to see his side get back to winning ways on Saturday, in what he described as a ‘workmanlike’ display at Ram Meadow.
Ryman League Division One North: Bury Town 2 Great Wakering Rovers 0
How can a tractor that is running like a well-oiled machine suddenly start spluttering and falter so suddenly?