Leiston, Bury Town, Needham Market and AFC Sudbury find out their Ryman League fixtures for the 2014/15 season

Leiston manager Steve Ball

Leiston manager Steve Ball - Credit: Lucy Taylor

Suffolk sides Leiston, Bury Town, Needham Market and AFC Sudbury have discovered what their Ryman League fixtures will be for the 2014/15 season.

Steve Ball’s Leiston – who finished ninth in the Premier League last season – start the campaign with an away game at Wingate & Finchley on August 9 before hosting Billericay Town and Dulwich Hamlet.

The Blues will be setting their sights on the play-offs this time around after adding experienced non-league boss Richard Wilkins to their back room staff and signing the likes of Scott Mitchell, Tom Bullard and Cliff Akurang and Michael Brothers this summer.

Bury Town – who are now managed by Ben Chenery following Wilkins’ departure – will be looking to settle down this season following a turbulent campaign which was disrupted by financial difficulties and several player departures.

Having finished 15th last season, they start with an away trip to Hendon before hosting Witham Town and Enfield Town.

In Division One North, Mark Morsley’s ambitious Needham Market have their sights set firmly on promotion following their play-off semi-final defeat to Witham Town last season. The Mid-Suffolk outfit – who have signed Danny Cunningham from Bury and kept the likes of Kem Izzet, Ian Westlake, Chris Hogg and Sam Newson – start with Great Wakering Rovers at home then travel to ware and Thurrock.

Dave Batch’s AFC Sudbury – who finished 10th last season – start at Cray Wanderers, then host Wroxham and Thamesmead Town.

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For full Bury Town fixtures click here

For full Needham Market fixtures click here

For full AFC Sudbury fixtures click here

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