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The red hot Capel Plough, riding a seven-match winning run, missed the chance to move to the top of the SIL Senior Division after they were beaten 4-2 at home by a lively Coplestonians.

Thurlow Premier

Walsham-le-Willows 1

Haverhill Borough 4

Buoyed by the return of centre backs Cameron Watson and Casey Phillips, Haverhill Borough ran out comfortable winners against Walsham-le-Willows after a magnificent first half display.

Thurlow Premier

Brantham Athletic 2

Stowmarket Town 4

Stowmarket Town produced a stunning late comeback from 2-1 down to beat Brantham Athletic 4-2 and move back up to third in the table, writes Alex Moss.

Thurlow Premier

Felixstowe & Walton United 3

Long Melford 0

The presentation of a team of the month award is often a banana skin for the recipients, and it was a case of double jeopardy when the Seasiders collected the award for August and September from league chairman Peter Hutchings prior to kick-off, writes Chris Ryan.

Bostik North

Heybridge Swifts 1

Bury Town 1

This was an entertaining game with both teams playing well and chances plentiful, but the draw was a fair result, writes John Alcock.

Bostik North

AFC Sudbury 1

Haringey Borough 2

Two goals from former Bury Town striker Chris Benjamin set Haringey on their way to the three points at a freezing Kings Marsh Stadium, writes Dave Meeson.

No dramas as such with Town’s defeat at Middlesbrough, but there’s a degree of frustration that we have seen a couple of times in three weeks now, writes Karl Fuller.

Bostik Premier

Leiston 2

Kingstonian 0

It was a fine day for Leiston as they secured their second win in five days whilst three teams above them were defeated, thus enabling Glen Driver’s side to move into sixth position in the table – just one point outside the play-off places, writes John Campany.

National League Two South

Bury St Edmunds 34

Chinnor 37

Bury came so close to toppling the undefeated league leaders in a pulsating game that showcased all that is good in National Two rugby.

Play to your strengths. It’s a well-worn piece of wisdom which applies in most walks of life, and certainly includes sport, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

Punters are tipping ailing Middlesbrough to start their recovery by beating Ipswich Town this afternoon at the Riverside Stadium (3pm).

Rick Andrews has urged his Stowmarket Town side not to make another slow start when they visit Brantham Athletic tomorrow (3pm), writes Alex Moss.

After a midweek win against Enfield Town, Leiston will be full of confidence going into tomorrow’s match at home to Kingstonian, writes Craig Cooper.

The surging Capel Plough have a chance to make it eight wins in a row in the SIL Senior Division this weekend.

Colchester driver David Graves is celebrating his best season on the track yet.

The Suffolk-based Renvale RT were double winners at the Eastern and South Eastern Regional Cyclo-Cross Championship at Welwyn Garden City, writes Fergus Muir.

Brantham Athletic and Stowmarket Town go head-to-head this weekend as they both look to hang on to Felixstowe & Walton United, who preserved their 19-point lead at the top of the table after the midweek round of fixtures, writes Phil Griffiths.

Felixstowe & Walton face a tricky test when they host a Long Melford side that have hit a good vein of form in recent weeks - the Villagers will arrive at the Goldstar Ground on the back of two straight wins and four from their last six games.

A stalwart of Suffolk bowls has been honoured for his decades of service to the game.

East Premier A

Harleston Magpies 1

St Albans 2

Magpies welcomed St Albans to the nest in what promised to be the game of the season, writes Leigh Sitch.

East Premier A

Ipswich 4

Letchworth 3

Ipswich Men got a dramatic come from behind win in the first game for former Olympian and new coach Ian Haley.

East Premier League

Sevenoaks II 0

Ipswich 4

Ipswich showed how much they have grown as a team by dispatching a good Sevenoaks side 4-0, writes Emma Millar.

The Sudbury & District Invitational Darts League held its 2017 Summer League Finals and Presentation Night at the Sudbury Institiute on Friday.

In his latest column, Nino Severino looks ahead to this weekend’s spectacular Elena Baltacha Foundation Awards at Trinity Park, which will feature some of the world’s best players.

What a transformation. From the most boring side in the club’s history to a team bursting with goals and attacking intent - and thank goodness for that!

Women’s National Championship East 1

Woodbridge Amazons 5

Bury Foxes 22

This all Suffolk league fixture pitted a young up-and-coming Bury side with this season’s established and promising contenders, the Woodbridge Amazons.

The 2017-18 East Anglian point-to-point season got off to its usual hectic start as 60 horses contested seven high class races at the Cambridge University United Hunts Club meeting at Cottenham.

London 1 North

Colchester 41

Eton Manor 17

On a sunny day Colchester entertained old Essex rivals Eton Manor and, after a fairly even first half, they ran away with the game, scoring six tries to Manor’s two and claiming a terrific 41-17 victory.

Suffolk Chadacre Cup First Round

Woodbridge Warriors 42

Southwold 32

Top of the league Southwold faced mid-table Woodbridge in a cup clash for bragging rights, writes Simon Ballard.

Speedway showman and entertainer Danny Ayres is the fifth member of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers squad revealed for the 2018 season, writes Phil Kirk.

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