Football writer CARL MARSTON recalls a week in Ipswich Town’s history, this time from 10 years ago when defender Damien Delaney recalled his ‘dark days’

Leiston’s eagerly-awaited FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie against Barnet, scheduled for this Saturday (October 24) is in doubt because of Covid-19 concerns surrounding the Hertfordshire club.

BURY TOWN’s run of six straight wins, in all competitions, came to an end when they bowed out of the FA Trophy at Loughborough Dynamo this afternoon, undone by a late goal in a 1-0 defeat.

Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over today’s Portman Road visitors, Accrington Stanley, a club constantly over-achieving and enjoying life to the full in League One

Football writer CARL MARSTON speaks to Leiston chairman Andy Crisp ahead of next Saturday’s FA Cup home tie against Barnet, and also previews this weekend’s fixtures

BURY TOWN and LEISTON have already earned more than £12,000 apiece in prize money alone, from this season’s FA Cup. Football writer CARL MARSTON talks to Bury chairman Russell Ward about the financial boost of the current cup run

Football writer CARL MARSTON recalls a week in Ipswich Town’s history, this time from 11 years ago when Roy Keane’s men hit rock bottom

This has already been an exciting start to the season for many of our Suffolk clubs, as football writer Carl Marston can testify from his frequent press box visits. In addition, below is all the best from tonight’s local action.

League leaders NEEDHAM MARKET extended their unbeaten record with a deserved 1-1 draw at Banbury United in the Southern League Premier Central over the weekend.

Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over tomorrow’s hosts Blackpool, focusing on the absence of fans, the threat of CJ Hamilton and the presence of Luke Garbutt

For the second weekend running, Stowmarket Town have had a match called off due to Covid-19 concerns.

Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town did not win many games, but even they fancied their chances when playing against nine men!

Bury Town are by no means a one-man band – they have the core potential to be a very successful team this season – but Carlos Edwards has added that missing ingredient at Ram Meadow.

Suffolk athlete Helen Davies still has unfinished business with the marathon, after the terrible weather conditions put paid to her chances of a personal best time at this morning’s elite-only London Marathon.

Bury Town and Leiston both progressed through to the third qualifying round of the FA Cup, after wins over Waltham Abbey and Leighton Town respectively this afternoon, although Brantham Athletic bowed out at home to Aveley.

Ipswich Town pay their fourth visit to Stadium MK this afternoon. Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over a club that is still seen as the villain of the piece by many football supporters

We are only a few weeks into an already unusual season, but already non-league matches have been abandoned or postponed for a host of bizarre reasons. From lingering fog to unwell referees; from COVID-19 concerns to tree damage. And that’s only within Suffolk, within the last few days!

In the first of a new series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ipswich Town’s UEFA Cup winning campaign of 1980-81, CARL MARSTON talks to Terry Butcher about the first round tie against Aris Salonika

Bury Town chairman, Russell Ward, has revealed that the club would consider refusing to re-play last night’s abandoned Isthmian League match, if it was decided that the original result could not stand.

Bury Town 5 Witham Town 0 (match abandoned)

Darren Eadie is relishing the challenge of trying to cement Leiston’s position in the notoriously-tough Step Three level in the Southern League Premier Central.

Here is all the main weekend action from FA Trophy ties and league fixtures, featuring our leading clubs across Suffolk and North Essex.

Ipswich Town welcome Rochdale to Portman Road for the very time tomorrow afternoon. Football Writer Carl Marston casts his eye over the post-Henderson era

It was hoped that parkruns across Suffolk and Essex, and the rest of England, would be back up-and-running again by the end of October, but those plans were shelved last week.

Football writer Carl Marston has visited 124 Football League grounds, many of them reporting on Ipswich Town. Here he lists his top five most despairng long trips

Non-league football across the board could grind to a halt again, in the light of the new restrictions due to be put in place this week regarding the Covid-19 pandemic.

In this regular feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history, selecting one particular year, this time from 13 years ago when Jim Magilton’s men went goal crazy against Coventry City

The Isthmian League and Southern League kicked off their new seasons this afternoon, with Suffolk’s leading clubs Leiston, Needham Market, Lowestoft, Bury, Sudbury and Felixstowe & Walton United all in action.

In this regular feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history, selecting one particular year, this time from 18 years ago when George Burley’s side drew 1-1 with RK Sartid in the UEFA Cup

Toto Nsiala wants to “shut up a few people” by letting his football do the talking, as he bids to put a frustrating last year behind him at Portman Road.

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