Holders Bury Town to face Leiston in Suffolk Premier Cup semi-finals

HOLDERS Bury Town were tonight drawn to play against fellow Ryman League side Leiston in the semi-finals of this season’s LB Group Suffolk Premier Cup.

The other semi-final sees Lowestoft Town face Haverhill Rovers - the only Ridgeons League side left in the competition.

The semi-final draw for the Suffolk Senior Cup will see Kingsley Healthcare SIL Senior Division side Grundisburgh meet the holders Whitton United, while SIL side Felixstowe United will also face Ridgeons League Division One opposition in the form of Long Melford.

All ties will be played on neutral grounds, with the venues to be announced shortly.

The draws for all the county cup semi-finals took place at Suffolk FA headquarters at Stowmarket.

Suffolk FA cup semi-final draws

Suffolk Premier Cup: Leiston v Bury Town, Lowestoft Town v Haverhill Rovers. Ties to be played on March 6 or 7.

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Suffolk Senior Cup: Grundisburgh v Whitton Utd, Long Melford v Felixstowe Utd. Ties to be played on February 25.

Suffolk Senior Reserve Cup: Brantham Athletic v Corton, Kirkley & Pakefield v Needham Market. Ties to be played on March 3.

Suffolk Junior Cup: Westerfield Utd v Wenhaston Utd, Bartons v Pakefield Re-Utd. Ties to be played on March 3.

Suffolk Primary Cup: Glemsford & Cavendish v AFC Crowley, Cedars Park v Aldeburgh Town. Ties to be played on February 25.

Suffolk Sunday Cup: Belstead Arms v Gym Utd, Redgrave Rangers v AFC Star 2009. Ties to be played on March 4.

Suffolk Sunday Shield: Kelsale v Kesgrave Penguins, Blundeston v Kirby Street Conservative Club. Ties to be played on March 4.

Suffolk Sunday Trophy: Black Boy v Redgrave Rangers, HESMC v Cockfield Utd. Ties to be played on March 4.

Suffolk Veterans Cup: Bungay Town v Leiston, Bury Town v Whitton Utd. Ties to be played on March 18.

Suffolk Women’s Cup: Lowestoft Town v Exning, Ipswich Town v Ipswich Wanderers. Ties toi be played on March 18.

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