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RYMAN LEAGUE ROUND-UP: Leiston fight back, AFC Sudbury top the league

PUBLISHED: 10:33 13 August 2014 | UPDATED: 10:37 13 August 2014

Craig Parker

Craig Parker

Leiston fought back to earn a dramatic 2-1 win at home to Billericay last night in the Ryman Premier.

Craig Parker struck in stoppage time to give Steve Ball’s men all three points, 14 minutes after Tom Bullard had equalised for the Blues.

Ricky Sappelton had given Billericay the lead at Victory Road.

Bury Town, meanwhile, drew 0-0 at Witham Town at Spa Road.

In Division One North, George Clarke’s 89th minute strike gave Needham Market a 2-1 win at Ware in Ryman North.

Chris Hogg gave Market an early lead but Samir Hadi equalised on 57 minutes.

AFC Sudbury made it two wins out of two as they overcame a gallant Wroxham at the Wardale Williams Stadium.

It was a match of few clear cut chances with Jordan Blackwell having the only real chance when the ball broke to him on the edge of the Wroxham area however, Pride, in the visitors’ goal, stood tall to block.

The only goal of the game came on 69 minutes when from a Lee Flynn right-wing corner, Craig Pope stealing in to glance a neat header into the corner of the net, maintaining Sudbury’s position at the top on goal difference.

Elsewhere, Brightlingsea Regent defeated visitors Soham 1-0 thanks to Rickie Griggs’ goal.

Andy Warren hands out his player grades following Ipswich Town’s 0-0 draw with Bolton Wanderers.

Ipswich Town’s winless run goes on following this afternoon’s 0-0 draw with Bolton.

Ipswich Town are back in action at Portman Road this afternoon when they host Bolton Wanderers (3pm).

Town U18s continued their great start to the 2018-19 season with a convincing 5-0 win against Bristol City at Playford Road this morning.

Ipswich Town fans share their thoughts on today’s 0-0 draw with Bolton Wanderers at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says there will be times he had to abandon his ideals, but that he is very clear about how he wants his team to play in the long run.

Grant Ward believes he is a good fit for Paul Hurst’s style of play at Ipswich Town but knows he needs a runs of game if he is to perform at a consistently high level.

Mike Bacon looks back on a week of such sadness with the loss of Ipswich Town’s greatest-ever player, Kevin Beattie

Mark Heath, Stuart Watson and Andy Warren fill in the blank on some big Ipswich Town topics.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst has thanked supporters for sticking with him and the team following a nine-game winless start to the season.

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