Top two both have home games
RUNAWAY leaders Haughley United and Grundisburgh both have home games they will expect to win in the Senior Division of the Metaltec SIL tomorrow.Haughley take on neighbours Stowupland Falcons while Grundisburgh also have a local derby - with Westerfield the visitors.
By Elvin King
RUNAWAY leaders Haughley United and Grundisburgh both have home games they will expect to win in the Senior Division of the Metaltec SIL tomorrow.
Haughley take on neighbours Stowupland Falcons while Grundisburgh also have a local derby - with Westerfield the visitors.
While these two fight it out for the title, a battle is building to try to avoid the drop down to junior football.
Two clubs will definitely go down to Division One, regardless of whether Haughley and Brantham have their applications to move up to the Ridgeons League accepted.
What it will mean is extra clubs gaining promotion from the First Division if vacancies occur in the top flight.
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The clubs from seventh-bottom Westerfield down are the ones in worst danger, with Cockfield United making a serious bid for survival with three wins in their last four games.
They have climbed off the bottom for the first time since October 28.
East Bergholt, champions for the previous three seasons, are now at the foot of the table, having failed to win since October 28.
Bergholt visit Felixstowe United tomorrow, Cockfield entertain Ipswich Athletic and Achilles take a trip across Ipswich to meet in-form Coplestonians.