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Leiston boss Glenn Driver says he has already been more than impressed with new signing Cemal Ramadan.

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Mike Bacon takes a look at the Suffolk County cup finals, Danny Capriani’s call-up and the speed of speedway!

Marcus Evans

Leiston boss Glenn Driver paid tribute to his players after they won the Suffolk Premier Cup at Portman Road tonight.

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Bury Town 0 Leiston 3

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Assistant manager Glenn Snell said Woodbridge Town’s fitness levels were key to their CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup semi-final victory over Achilles, writes Nick Garnham.

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Bury Town boss Ben Chenery is back home and resting after being rushed to Papworth Hospital last week.

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Kirkley & Pakefield Manager Mark Willis had mixed emotions after seeing his side bow out of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup at the semi-final stage, writes Nick Garnham.

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Two wins in their last couple of matches have left Leiston just one point off the play-offs with eight league games to play, writes Craig Cooper.

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Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised the character of his players for giving the club’s supporters ‘something to shout about’ after reaching the final of the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

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Bury Town 0 Needham Market 0 (Bury win 5-4 on penalties)

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Manager Richard Wilkins says his Needham Market side will have to produce an improved performance if they are to beat Bury Town when the two clubs clash in the semi-final of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup.

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Bury Town manager Ben Chenery says the opportunity to potentially play at Portman Road is a ‘huge carrot’ for his players.

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Fetcham Grove is the venue tomorrow afternoon as Leiston head to Leatherhead FC to take on 14th-placed Kingstonian, writes Craig Cooper.

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Tony Garnett takes a look at the local golf scene, including the recent Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting at Diss

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Glenn Driver’s Leiston side go into tomorrow’s league fixture at Tooting & Mitcham full of confidence following last Saturday’s brilliant 3-1 victory over Billericay Town.

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Needham Market had to fend off a Felixstowe & Walton United fightback before booking their place in the semi-finals of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup.

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Leiston’s recent struggles in the league continued as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at Merstham on Saturday.

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Glen Driver’s Leiston team head to Merstham tomorrow looking to ‘cut out silly mistakes’ and turn their recent fortunes around.

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The Felixstowe & Walton management team of Kevin O’Donnell and Ian Watson will be hoping the 14 days off, or rather, without a game, will have given their squad a chance to refocus ahead of this weekend’s trip to Newmarket Town, quickly followed by Tuesday night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Bostik Premier Division, Needham Market, writes Phil Griffiths.

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Manager Glenn Driver admitted he had to read the riot act to his Leiston side during the half-time interval of their 2-1 victory over Ipswich Town in the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

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Leiston boss Glenn Driver is looking forward to his side pitting their skills up against a youthful Ipswich Town team tonight in the Suffolk Premier Cup, 7.45pm kick-off.

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Glenn Driver’s Leiston will look to get their play-off bid nicely back on track tomorrow afternoon when Worthing visit Victory Road, writes Craig Cooper.

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Leiston finally hope to play their fourth match of 2018 tomorrow afternoon when they visit London to take on Met Police, writes Craig Cooper.

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Ipswich Town U23 0

Sheffield United 2

Ipswich Town U23s paid for failing to convert their chances as they lost 2-0 to Sheffield United in the Premier League Cup at Portman Road, writes Harry Mallett.

Adam McDonnell

It’s been another busy year for Suffolk FA. In the first of a two-part feature we look back on the highlights of the last 12 months – from January to June

Mark Morsley

Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised the character of his players after beating Newmarket Town 8-7 on penalties following a 1-1 draw to reach the quarter-finals of this season’s Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

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Mike Bacon discusses Suffolk FA’s decision to scrap extra-time in their cup competitions and Italy’s World Cup demise in his weekly column.

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Rick Andrews hopes Greens Meadow will remain a fortress when his Stowmarket Town side host promotion rivals Coggeshall Town tomorrow afternoon (3pm), writes Alex Moss.

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The clash at Greens Meadow could have a significant say in where the sides finish this season, although nothing will be decided by this game.

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