Adams side can do Sudbury a favour
SOCCER: Felixstowe and Walton United play their final Premier Division match in the Jewson League when they visit Wroxham. Victory for Paul Adams' side will hand the title to AFC Sudbury regardless of what their fellow Suffolk club do in their remaining fixtures.
By Elvin King
FELIXSTOWE and Walton United play their final Premier Division match in the Jewson League when they visit Wroxham.
Victory for Paul Adams' side will hand the title to AFC Sudbury regardless of what their fellow Suffolk club do in their remaining fixtures.
It has been a trying season for Adams and the hard-working Felixstowe committee, but with a better away record than home they will be aiming to go out on a high note.
The club with the best programme and burgers in the league will be missed at the highest level with Adams expected to carry on and try to lead the club out of the First Division at the first time of asking.
On Monday week, Felixstowe can still end their season on a high note when they play Sudbury in the final of the Suffolk Premier Cup at Hadleigh United.
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Ipswich Wanderers need to beat a talented Dereham side to stand a chance of moving away from the bottom three while Stowmarket Town can confirm their high finish with a home success over Soham.
Woodbridge Town travel to Gorleston.
Histon Reserves are virtually certain to join First Division champions Norwich United in the Premier next season. A point tomorrow will confirm this.
Leiston and Needham Market have done well this term. The former will finish on the same number of points as Histon, but with an inferior goal difference, if the Cambridgeshire side lose to King's Lynn Reserves.
In the Metaltec SIL, Walsham will become Senior Division champions if they win at Ipswich Athletic and Haughley fail to beat Grundisburgh.
A draw for Haughley would still give them a mathematical chance of catching Walsham but their goal difference will have to improve dramatically.