A league of two halves

THE Metaltec SIL Senior Division table has an amazing look to it.It is divided into two groups with a huge gap of 12 points separating the top eight teams from the bottom eight.

Elvin King

THE Metaltec SIL Senior Division table has an amazing look to it.

It is divided into two groups with a huge gap of 12 points separating the top eight teams from the bottom eight.

In the top half, Grundisburgh will not find life easy at Framlingham Town tomorrow while in-form Ipswich Athletic have a crunch game against Pat Tynan's Capel Plough.


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In the bottom section, Stonham Aspal are at home to Westerfield having moved off the foot of the table last week. St Johns are the new basement team and they will out to avoid a seventh straight defeat when they entertain Stowupland Falcons.

Coplestonians take on Felixstowe United in a delayed Omnico Cup quarter-final with the winners meeting favourites Grundisburgh in the last four.

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In the Ridgeons League, Stowmarket Town play at Fakenham tonight while midfielder Tom Trevivian has returned to Woodbridge Town and is set to feature against Ely City at Notcutts Park tomorrow. Former Ipswich Wanderers striker Lewis Driver has also recently joined Christian Appleford's Woodbridge.

Felixstowe and Walton United are at home to Leiston, while in Division One in-form Hadleigh take on Newmarket who top the table by one goal ahead of Steve Jay's side.

n Metaltec SIL recent transfers: Paul Dennington (Claydon to Crane Sports), John Howlett (Ipswich Athletic to Woolverstone), Marc Smith (Westerfield to Melton St Audry's), Jack Walden (Crane Sports to Coddenham), Leon Yelland (Crane Sports to Albion Mills).

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