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Thurlow Nunn First Division predictions: Stowmarket will challenge at the top

23:06 08 August 2014

Ben Garnham will be a key player for Stowmarket

Ben Garnham will be a key player for Stowmarket

In part two of our Thurlow Nunn League preview, Will Ridgard looks at the season ahead in the First Division.

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The 2013/14 season saw three new reserve sides, AFC Sudbury, Dereham and Needham Market introduced to the league and this year they will be joined by two more in Leiston and King’s Lynn.

With Whitton, Fakenham and Ipswich Wanderers all joining the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, relegated Woodbridge Town will ply their trade in a very competitive league.

Download the PDF, right, to read Will’s full predictions.

Or see his prediction for the Thrulow Nunn Premier Division here

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