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Felixstowe Harpers United put unbeaten run on the line against Wenhaston United

Felixstowe Harpers manager, Peter Gorham

Felixstowe Harpers manager, Peter Gorham

SIL Senior Division leaders Felixstowe Harpers United put their unbeaten run on the line on Saturday when they make a tough-looking trip to Wenhaston United.

Peter Gorham’s side have yet to lose in the league this season, winning four and drawing one game, but come up against the division’s third-placed team, who have won their last four games, against Ransomes Sports, Capel Plough, Crane Sports and Benhall St Mary.

Second-placed Achilles are in Suffolk Senior Cup action at home to Framlingham Town of the Thurlow Nunn Premier, meaning Bramford in fourth could close the gap on Luke Hillyard’s side to one point with a win at second-bottom Westerfield.

Elsewhere tomorrow, Capel Plough in 11th host new-boys AFC Hoxne, improving Coplestonians entertain Benhall St Mary, Cranes got to East Bergholt United, Grundisburgh visit Haughley United and last season’s champions, Henley Athletic, host bottom side Ransomes.

Fresh concerns have been raised over the quality of Suffolk schools as the latest data has revealed soaring numbers are being judged ‘inadequate’ or ‘requires improvement’ by Ofsted.

A village is set to get a fourth defibrillator after a landlord saved the life of a man who suffered a heart attack in his pub.

A 17-year-old girl was among those arrested after armed police raided two homes on Allenby Road in Ipswich.

More than 400 runners took to Felixstowe prom this morning to take on a 10 mile race along the seafront. Can you spot yourself in our gallery?

A kind, family-focused Suffolk mum who died aged just 38 is being remembered at a fundraising ball in her name.

Watch our video of this £500,000 Victorian property which has a wine store and a walk in wardrobe.

Police have seized a car in the centre of Ipswich as it was unroadworthy and didn’t have the correct insurance.

This week Suffolk Saab owners have been discussing why they love the Swedish vehicles on Twitter while Ipswich Town fans have been paying tribute to the late, great Kevin Beattie.

More than 200 services have been delayed on Greater Anglia’s main line this weekend - with unforeseen maintenance issues compounding disruption caused by planned works on the track to London Liverpool Street.

Leave extra time for your journey if it’s likely to be affected by roadworks.

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