Suffolk FA to try again at Birmingham
SUFFOLK will try for a fourth time tomorrow to play their FA County Youth Cup tie away to Birmingham.The third round clash between holders Birmingham and Suffolk, the 2008 winners, has been postponed three times already - once before Christmas and on each of the last two weekends because of the recent bad weather.
SUFFOLK will try for a fourth time tomorrow to play their FA County Youth Cup tie away to Birmingham.
The third round clash between holders Birmingham and Suffolk, the 2008 winners, has been postponed three times already - once before Christmas and on each of the last two weekends because of the recent bad weather.
Suffolk will again be without the injured Elliot Hunter, their captain who plays for Bury Town, and have also lost Christy Finch to Cambridge United since he scored four times in the 5-4 victory over Cambridgeshire in the last round.
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However, Lowestoft Town full back Shane Risby is available following suspension.
The match is taking place at the Walter Goodman Stadium in Birmingham, kick-off 1.30pm, and the winners will be away to Lancashire FA in the fourth round.
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Suffolk squad: Nick Pope, Fred Howe (both Bury Town), Shane Risby (Lowestoft Town), Shane Barnes (Cornard Utd), Jack Wilkinson (Needham Market), Matt Cripps (Cornard Utd), Danny Hitching (Bury Town), Jack Cole (Leiston), Jack Garrod (Lowestoft Town), Joe Clark (Lowestoft Town), Joe Boreham, Josh Curry (both Bury Town), Danny Swain (Cornard Utd), Luke Wade (Needham Market), Alex Holmes (Kirkley & Pakefield), James Lane (Newmarket Town).