Club sees qualifiers for prestigious county event more than double in a year.
Long Melford manager is not overly concerned about his side's distance from the relegation zone in the Thurlow Nunn League.
Ben Scully’s Sudbury side secure a convincing 23-5 winner at Luton in key London 1 North clash.
Hadleigh Rugby Club come from behind to win top two clash at Ipswich that sews up top spot in first phase of season with a game still to play.
Sudbury Rugby Club head coach Ben Scully wants to see his side put their money where their mouth is ahead of a big game at Luton on Saturday.
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Sudbury ended a run of three straight defeats in East Women’s League Division One North with a 2-0 win at home against St Neots.
Sudbury extended their lead at the top of East Men’s League Division One after drawing 1-1 at newly-promoted Crostyx at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre.
Sudbury II ran in 11 tries as they handed Halstead Templars their heaviest defeat of the season, winning 67-7.
Isaac Skubich struck twice as AFC Sudbury Reserves came back from a goal down to beat Haverhill Borough 2-1 at the weekend.
Long Melford fought back well in the second half to secure a deserved 2-2 draw with Thetford Town at Stoneylands on Saturday.
AFC Sudbury slumped to back-to-back defeats in the Bostik League North Division for the first time in 2018/19 after losing 2-0 at Witham Town.
Mark McLean believes the draw at home to Little Oakley, which saw his Halstead Town side throw away a three-goal lead, will make his players stronger.
Hadleigh United manager Shane Wardley has said he will not risk bringing back last season’s top goalscorer Kyron Andrews from injury too soon.
Mark Morsley says he is ‘not hugely concerned’ by AFC Sudbury’s current position, despite losing at basement dwellers Witham Town.
Matt Hunn admitted that he would ‘love to play every day’s cricket for Suffolk’ next season.
It was red and white delight for Sudbury men’s first team at Great Cornard as they bounced back with a 4-2 win over Harleston Magpies II.
Michael Schofield believes Cornard United were beaten by a March Town United side who will finish in the top three this season.
Halstead Templars’ newly-formed second XV clocked up their first ever win, 29-26 at Brentwood-based Mavericks II.