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How we did not get a hatful against Stourport Swifts I do not know, as we witnessed the ball whizzing past the wrong side of the post time and again.In the end we secured only one point and dropped to 12th place.
How we did not get a hatful against Stourport Swifts I do not know, as we witnessed the ball whizzing past the wrong side of the post time and again.
In the end we secured only one point and dropped to 12th place. Danny Bloomfield made his home debut and impressed me. He seems to have quickly built up an understanding with Kevin Hawes and this could be so important during the course of the remainder of the season.
Six minutes before the break the Swifts took the lead and it was not until five minutes before the end and after three substitutions had been made by us that Richard Howell was able to equalise, when he sent in a shot which somehow evaded their keeper.
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On Saturday, we travel to fourth-placed Chasetown against whom we put in one of our best displays of the season to gain a 2-0 home victory. We then have two home games on Tuesday, March 24, and Saturday, March 28, against Bedworth United and Romulus respectively.
Our Reserves had no fixture last weekend, and travel to FC Clacton this Saturday in the Chell Trophy with their next home game being on Wednesday, March 25, against league leaders Tiptree United.
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Our ladies' team travels to Kirkley on Sunday.
Our U14s travelled to Oyster Youth and for the second week running were made to play four defensive errors, going down 7-2 with the two goals coming from Jack Steed. Our U11 Blues fared no better in their home game against Halstead Town, losing 6-1 with our solitary goal being put away by Cooper.
The Grassroots have two forthcoming fundraising events: a quiz night on Saturday, March 28, �5 entry per team starting at 6.30pm at the clubhouse; and various people will be taking part in the Good Friday sponsored fun run on the April 10.
I am pleased to hear that there will be a Sudbury Town Vase Final Reunion at King's Marsh on May 20 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Town reaching Wembley. More details concerning this will follow.
The club's presentation evening has been fixed for Friday, May 1, at The Masonic Hall and the event will be sponsored by Great Waldingfield Garages, which will also sponsor the presentation evening for our Grassroots.
The club committee has decided to apply to the FA for approval to make a lateral move back to the Ryman League. This clearly is a logical step, both from the players' and the supporters' point of view and we should know our fate on about May 14, when the various contributory leagues meet but, if commonsense does not prevail, it is our intention to appeal directly to the FA.
Our Grassroots are arranging a coaching course in association with the Suffolk FA which is to be run from King's Marsh and starts on April 22 and anyone interested should contact Ben Davies.
Our U10s extended their unbeaten run to three games defeating Cornard Dynamos 3-0 with the goals coming from Nathan McGrew, Oliver Ellis and Tyler Baker.