Football: AFC Sudbury Lds 8, Bungay Town
Norfolk and Suffolk Cup, Rd 1Unbeaten Sudbury had an early chance but Marie Seabrook's shot went narrowly wide.
AFC Sudbury Ladies 8, Bungay Town 0
Norfolk and Suffolk Cup, Rd 1
Unbeaten Sudbury had an early chance but Marie Seabrook's shot went narrowly wide.
Katie Burrows and Natalie Curtin, in defence, stifled the danger from a Bungay goal-kick.
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Ten minutes in, Sudbury went ahead when Samantha Thomson headed home from a corner.
Then player-of-the-match Mia Bambury's through-ball was met by Emma Holloway, who fired home. Charlotte Warren set Holloway up for her second goal shortly after the restart.
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Bungay were given a penalty for handball but Sharon Groome made a great save.
Sudbury added two more goals before half-time, both from Holloway.
Charlotte Golding came close after the break, heading just past the post from Natalie Golding corner.
A cross from Bambury saw Jess Casey head the ball into the net, and after good work again from Bambury, Emma Squirrell scored for Sudbury.
Amy Barham played a good ball through to Seabrook who set up Holloway for the final goal.
This was Sudbury's fifth consecutive win and third clean sheet in a row.