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SIL Senior Division preview: Capel Plough look for eighth straight win

PUBLISHED: 15:19 07 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:19 07 December 2017

Capel Plough, in blue, can win their eighth straight game this weekend. Picture: ARCHANT

Capel Plough, in blue, can win their eighth straight game this weekend. Picture: ARCHANT


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

The Ploughmen dispatched Grundisburgh 3-1 last week and currently sit second in the table, ahead of their home clash with sixth-placed Coplestonians.

It won’t be easy though - Cops come into the match off an impressive 3-0 win over table-toppers Felixstowe Harpers last week, and will be looking for a second straight win over one of the league’s high-flyers.

Harpers will try to bounce back in a home match with free-scoring Achilles, who sit in fourth, three points behind their hosts but with two games in hand and a massive plus 31 goal difference. They thumped Haughley United 5-1 last week.

Crane Sports, in third, host East Bergholt United after dominating Bramford United 7-1 last week. Bergholt are also coming in fresh off a win, a 2-1 victory over Westerfield.

New Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst says he won’t be making a glut of early signings.

It may be early in the summer transfer window, but business has already started. Stuart Watson looks at the deals done by Championship clubs so far.

Former Ipswich and Bury Town goalkeeper Nick Pope is closing in on an £18million move to Liverpool, according to reports.

New Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says he wants his team to play ‘no regrets’ football.

There was brisk bidding for Sir Alf Ramsey memorabilia at Clarke & Simpson’s retro auction today.

Former Ipswich Town stalwart Micky Stockwell says England’s players must cope with the weight of expectation heading into their World Cup opener against Tunisia tonight (7pm ko).

Paul Hurst officially begins work as Ipswich Town’s new manager today. Stuart Watson takes a look at the matters which he’ll find most pressing.

Chris Doig followed Paul Hurst to Ipswich Town from Shrewsbury Town. ANDY WARREN spoke to the Blues’ new assistant boss about the move and his own ambitions.

Former Ipswich Town striker Alex Mathie hopes to see new boss Paul Hurst take knockout football seriously this coming season.

Ipswich Town have been drawn away to Exeter City in the first round of the Carabao Cup.

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