Ipswich to face Lowestoft in cup
HOLDERS Ipswich Town face a trip to Lowestoft in the first round of this year's Suffolk Premier Cup.The draw for the competition, which has a new sponsor in S1 Sport, sees last year's losing finalists Leiston visit manager Jason Dozzell's former club Ipswich Wanderers.
HOLDERS Ipswich Town face a trip to Lowestoft in the first round of this year's Suffolk Premier Cup.
The draw for the competition, which has a new sponsor in S1 Sport, sees last year's losing finalists Leiston visit manager Jason Dozzell's former club Ipswich Wanderers.
Suffolk County FA secretary Martin Head said: “I am thrilled that S1 Sport has chosen to attach their name to this respected competition for the coming season.”
Touchline Sports Suffolk Senior Cup holders Stowmarket Town have been handed a home draw in this season's competition against Debenham LC, losing semi-finalists last season.
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S1 Sport Suffolk Premier Cup first round draw: Newmarket town v Haverhill Rovers, Mildenhall Town v AFC Sudbury, Bury town v Needham Market, Ipswich Wanderers v Leiston, Lowestoft Town v Ipswich Town, Kirkley & Pakefield v Walsham-le-Willows. Ties to take place on October 16 and 17, 2007.
Touchline Sports Suffolk Senior Cup first round draw: Stonham Aspal v Sole Bay Utd, Ipswich Athletic v Stowupland Falcons, Crane Sports v Whitton Utd, Hundon v East Bergholt Utd, Brantham Athletic v BT Trimley, Melton St Audry's v Wickhambrook, Leiston St Margarets v Brandon Town, Cornard Utd v Capel Plough, Ransomes Sports v Beccles Town, Stowmarket Town v Debenham LC, Westerfield Utd v Long Melford, Coplestonians v Haughley Utd. Ties to take place on October 6, 2007.
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