Needham Market boss, Richard Wilkins, has hit out at the roles played by the Football Association, and also Weymouth FC, which led to his Club’s reluctant decision to withdraw from the FA Trophy this morning.
Leiston boss, Stuart Boardley, has some very welcome “selection headaches” to solve as high-flying AFC Rushden & Diamonds visit Victory Road for a top-five clash in the Southern League Premier Central tomorrow afternoon.
Needham Market, fresh from back-to-back league wins over Stratford Town and at St Neots, go into today’s FA Trophy fixture at Royston Town brimming with confidence, even though their hosts are above them in the table.
Leiston boss, Stuart Boardley, was disappointed with his side’s overall performance during Tuesday night’s 2-2 draw at lowly Hitchin Town, but he doesn’t want that below-par display to affect them at Beaconsfield Town in the FA Trophy tomorrow afternoon.
Framlingham Flyers as usual hosted the first Suffolk Winter League cross country event of the season, in the shadow of Framlingham Castle, with a huge field of 492 seniors toeing the line, and a further 89 juniors.