Home tie in Suffolk Senior Cup for holders Ipswich Wanderers
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Ipswich Wanderers have been handed a home tie against SIL side Capel Plough in the quarter-finals of the Suffolk Senior Cup after comfortably beating AFC Sudbury reserves 4-0 on Saturday.
Wanderers, who won the competition on penalties in dramatic circumstances against Ipswich-rivals Whitton United last campaign, secured their passage through to the final eight of the competition this season with goals from Remi Garrett (2), Luke Read and Ross Myhill.
After twice seeing this fixture postponed due to pitch availability, Wanderers progressed with ease against a young Sudbury reserve side to set up a home tie with Capel, who are exceeding all expectations in the SIL Senior this season.
Elsewhere in the draw, which was made on Friday, last season’s runners-up and 2011 and 2012 winners Whitton were pitted against Haverhill Borough, who the Greens narrowly defeated 1-0 on Saturday.
SIL table-toppers Achilles were also given a home draw against Debenham LC in an eagerly-anticipated fixture while Needham Market reserves will travel to
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All Suffolk Senior Cup quarter-final fixtures are set to be played on December 7.
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