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Anglia Access Veterans' LeagueLATEST leading goalscorers (Suffolk clubs only) League & Cup as at February 22:18 Craig Fookes (Eastern Electricity Old Boys).
Anglia Access Veterans' League
LATEST leading goalscorers (Suffolk clubs only) League & Cup as at February 22:
18 Craig Fookes (Eastern Electricity Old Boys).
15 Phil Cooper (FC Fore Hamlet).
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