Names from the past, still netting goals

HERE at Love Non-League, we have received the latest Anglia Access Vets League leading scorers list.There are a few names on here from the past don't you think?So come on give us some memories of some of these guys, or let's here from them themselves.

Mike Bacon

HERE at Love Non-League, we have received the latest Anglia Access Vets League leading scorers list.

There are a few names on here from the past don't you think?

So come on give us some memories of some of these guys, or let's here from them themselves. Your favourite memories of non-league, who you starred for in the past, and where you see non-league going.


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E-mail me: mike.bacon@archant.co.uk

Anglia Access Veterans' Football League

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LEADING Suffolk goalscorers in League and Cups as at December 14, 2008:

13: Craig Fookes (Eastern Electricity OB Res).

10: Micky Perry (Yaxley Cherry Tree).

9: Mark Banthorpe (Stowupland Falcons).

8: Simon Fryatt (Melton Youth Club OB), Adi Gillespie (Stowupland Falcons), Paul Leech (Melton Youth Club OB), George Millington (Kirkley & Pakefield), Steve Snowling (Harts).

7: Kevin Ellis (Bungay Town), Ismail Etti (Bramford United), Kevin Kane (Kirkley & Pakefield Res), Dave McGregor (Melton Youth Club OB), Gary Tuttle (Kirkley & Pakefield).

6: Colin Attridge (Bury Town), Phil Cooper (FC Fore Hamlet), Roger Davis (Walton Rovers), Gary Fosker (Real Claydon), Carl Sharman (Woodbridge OB), Julian Warth (Wickham Market).

5: Gary Cooke (Wickham Market), Shaun Curtis (Whitton United), Richard Daniels (Kirkley & Pakefield Res), Neville Jermy (Lowestoft Railway), Sean Johnson (Albion Mills), Gary Love (Bungay Town), Dave Mason (Ipswich United), Mick Money (Bungay Town), Pete Richardson (Ipswich Revolution), Colin Taylor (Framlingham Town), Paul Wells (Lowestoft Railway), Mark Wiseman (Corton).

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