Trio of signings for Felixstowe

FELIXSTOWE & Walton United manager Glen Driver has been busy during the enforced halt in Ridgeons League football due to the cold spell. Following his side's heavy defeat at home to relegation threatened Woodbridge Town, Driver has had a busy few days.

FELIXSTOWE & Walton United manager Glen Driver has been busy during the enforced halt in Ridgeons League football due to the cold spell.

Following his side's heavy defeat at home to relegation threatened Woodbridge Town, Driver has had a busy few days.

Having signed Liam Jones from Needham Market on Friday following the Needham's custodian becoming available, Driver signed defender Scott Wark from Hadleigh United on Saturday.

Driver completed a busy weekend on Sunday with the signing of Stuart Ainsley from AFC Sudbury.


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Ainsley spent almost ten years with Ipswich Town Academy before joining Chelmsford City in 2006.

Ainsley, whose brother Jack is with Ipswich Town, joins his home-town club, initially until the end of the season after being released by AFC Sudbury.

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Driver is hopeful of completing two more signings before the Dellwood Avenue club face Haverhill Rovers on Saturday.

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