Old Newton aim to stop on top of SIL
OLD Newton clung on to top spot in the Senior Division of the Kingsley Healthcare SIL despite being thrashed 6-2 at Framlingham Town last Saturday.Colin Macrow's side will be out to beat East Bergholt tomorrow to keep their coveted position at the top.
OLD Newton clung on to top spot in the Senior Division of the Kingsley Healthcare SIL despite being thrashed 6-2 at Framlingham Town last Saturday.
Colin Macrow's side will be out to beat East Bergholt tomorrow to keep their coveted position at the top.
Achilles and Woodbridge Athletic could go to the summit if they win their game in hand while Felixstowe United are having a great season and are in second place.
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In the junior section of the SIL last weekend's matches saw Stonham Aspal move into second place in Division One after a 3-1 victory at leaders Saxmundham Sports, Ipswich Exiles beat Sporting '87 2-0 to replace their visitors at the top of Division Two and Great Blakenham increased their lead at the top of Division Three to five points following their 2-1 win at Sizewell Associates.
In Division Four, Tattingstone United are the new leaders while Albion Mills Reserves are 12 points clear in Division Five with Division Six leaders Cedars Park continuing their high-scoring run with an 8-0 win at Aldeburgh Reserves. Their season tally of 66 goals is the highest in the league.
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