Brantham Athletic, after their sensational 7-2 victory at Felixstowe & Walton United in the previous round, are back in FA Cup action on Saturday, when they host Ryman North Cheshunt in the Preliminary Round.
Needham Market manager Richard Wilkins has expressed his surprise at the impact of new signing Ryan Gibbs, but remains in the loan market for a new striker, ahead of Saturday’s Bostik Premier home clash with Wingate & Finchley.
Bury St Edmunds captain, Sean Park, had slammed his side for a “lack of application” following the previous weekend’s six-wicket defeat at league leaders Sudbury, when they had been skittled out for just 79.
Sudbury enjoyed the perfect weekend, in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League, beating Suffolk neighbours Copdock & Old Ipswichian while their two main title rivals were both suffering defeats elsewhere.
After a difficult fortnight on and off the track the Mildenhall Fen Tigers clawed their way back into the play-off picture with a performance of speed and aggression that left the Lakeside Hammers wondering what had hit them.
Confident teenage midfielder Flynn Downes believes one of the most inexperienced Ipswich Town sides in history can cause an almighty Carabao Cup upset at Premier League hosts Crystal Palace tonight (7.30pm ko).
Seasoned professional Cole Skuse has lauded the impact made by the latest crop of youngsters to emerge through the Ipswich Town academy, with several more getting ready to make their bow on Tuesday night.