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SIL round-up: Achilles go eight points clear with 6-2 win at East Bergholt

PUBLISHED: 20:19 18 February 2018 | UPDATED: 20:19 18 February 2018

Lee Grimwood, right, was on target for Achilles as they stretched their lead atop the SIL Senior Division. Picture: ARCHANT

Lee Grimwood, right, was on target for Achilles as they stretched their lead atop the SIL Senior Division. Picture: ARCHANT

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Achilles extended their lead at the top of the SIL Senior Division to eight points after comfortably beating East Bergholt United 6-2 away.

Early goals from Lee Grimwood and Danny Garrad set Achilles on their way before David Grimwood’s clever run and shot crept in past Gary Hammond in the Bergholt goal for a 3-0 advantage at the break.

Darren Van 0ene made it 4-0 Achilles before poor play between Ashley Smith and goalkeeper Chaplin allowed Heathcoate to slot home for Bergholt.

Achilles sub Gavin Van Oene came off the bench to score a double, one being a fine free kick from 25 yards, before Peck got another consolation for Bergholt.

Elsewhere, Henley Athletic saw off Leiston St Margarets 2-0, after a stalemate first half.

The deadlock was broken after 70 minutes as a move down the right saw Munson cushion a ball down off his chest for Connor Field to smash home a curling, dipping wonder goal from 25 yards to make it 1-0.

After defending a spate of free kicks, Henley broke again and Munson was brought down by the visiting keeper, with Clark Bruce stepping up to smash home the penalty.

In the Bob Coleman Cup quarter finals, Sporting 87 beat Grundisburgh 3-1.

James Cadby gave Sporting the lead after 17 minutes, but Paris Tuwizana levelled just before the break.

Cadby put 87 back ahead after 51 minutes, before Nathan Banks secured progress into the last four after 72 minutes.

Sporting will host Crane Sports at home in the semi-final after they beat Capel Plough 3-0.

A second minute goal from Mark Van Oene gave them the perfect start with James Blades twice shooting over and Jon Ince having a shot saved by Beal as the home team dominated the early stages.

Van Oene scored again from a Cooper free-kick on 25 minutes after the visitors were guilty of conceding a needless foul just outside the area.

Teon Leggatt made the game safe from the spot after the controversial award of a penalty for what looked a fair challenge inside the box.

Cyclists who ride through a town centre at speed are “highly dangerous” and need to be stopped, police have said.

Discount store Bargain Buys has opened its doors in the town with over £3,000 worth of giveaways for the first customers.

Fans of Elmer the elephant can get a taste of next year’s Big Parade with a mini trail at Ipswich School this weekend.

A teenage girl was sexually assaulted in broad daylight after being harassed by a group of young boys in central Ipswich.

Ipswich Conservatives are to select a candidate on Thursday to take on Sandy Martin in the marginal seat at the next general election.

At the end of the last century diesel cars were the economical (and clean) answer to motorists prayers. Then hybrids and electric vehicles started making an appearance – but are they really the answer?

A long-running memorial football match organised by colleagues of a train driver who died from cancer has raised more than £8,000 for the hospital that cared for him.

Final preparations are underway as Woodbridge hopes to wow the judges of a top award.

The Lakeside cafe in Onehouse near Stowmarket will be closing its doors this weekend, owner Helen Goldsmith and sister Heather Moore have revealed.

They sacrificed their lives for their country, so their children and grandchildren could live to see a better world.

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