Woodbridge bid to continue run

WOODBRIDGE Town will be looking to continue their good run in the Premier Division of the Ridgeons League when they visit Norwich United tomorrow.Micky Stockwell's young side has won seven of their last eight matches and travel to third-from-bottom Norwich United in good heart.

By Elvin King

WOODBRIDGE Town will be looking to continue their good run in the Premier Division of the Ridgeons League when they visit Norwich United tomorrow.

Micky Stockwell's young side has won seven of their last eight matches and travel to third-from-bottom Norwich United in good heart.

Joe Francis, who spent a fortnight on trial at Ipswich Town last month, has scored 21 goals this season, and he has been joined in the scoring charts by other youngsters Allicion Blake (15) and Paul Berry (14).


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Felixstowe and Walton United visit Dereham, while second-placed Needham Market can make up ground on leaders Mildenhall with three points against King's Lynn at home. Mildenhall are involved in the FA Carlsberg Vase.

In the First Division, Walsham-le-Willows, Debenham Leisure Centre, Hadleigh and Whitton United are all involved in the promotion race.

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Paul Smith's Walsham are at home to Haverhill and Debenham joint managers Mel Aldis and Trevor Wardlaw will be urging on their side against a Stowmarket team they have both managed.

Surprise packets Hadleigh have a derby at Cornard, while Ronnie Mauge's Whitton are at home to Fakenham.

In the Metaltec SIL, Haughley went back to the top of the Senior Division table last weekend. But Grundisburgh are just one point adrift with two games in hand.

Both face difficult contests away to Leiston St Margarets and Felixstowe United respectively.

The outcome of the East Bergholt versus Achilles contest will have a big bearing on relegation issues at the end of the season.

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