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Flying Leiston full-back Ollie Brown says the Blues will be buoyed by Matt Blake’s decision to stay at the club.

Manager, Micky Squirrell says keeping Grundisburgh in the SIL Senior Division will be his biggest achievement at the club.

AFC Kesgrave joint-manager Rob Juby is relishing the Division One side’s clash with Senior Division high-flyers Achilles, in the Bob Coleman Cup semi-final on Saturday.

Leiston manager Glenn Driver believes Matt Blake has the credentials to play at a higher level and said he will do all he can to make that happen, even if it results in the Blues losing their star man.

Leiston hitman Matt Blake has followed his heart and not his pocket, after turning down a big-money move to Ryman Premier Division rivals, Billericay Town.

Benhall St Mary go into tomorrow’s Suffolk Junior Cup semi-final with Oulton Broad at Beccles Town, still challenging on three fronts.

Woodbridge Town surpassed the 100-goal mark in the league tonight, the Woodpeckers winning 3-1 at Leiston Reserves in Thurlow Nunn Division One.

Grundisburgh beat relegation rivals Ipswich Athletic 4-1 in a massive game in the SIL Senior Division on Saturday.

Ryan Swallow’s double helped secure Haverhill Borough’s second visit to the semi final of the Suffolk Senior Cup in two years, as they overcame Thurlow Nunn Division One rivals, Woodbridge Town 3-1 at Notcutts Park on Saturday.

A 94th-minute equaliser from Bognor Regis Town substitute James Wild denied play-off chasing Leiston three points, in the Ryman Premier, on Saturday.

Bramford United will have to accomplish something they have not been able to do in three attempts this season, if they are to reach the Suffolk Senior Cup semi-finals, beat Achilles.

Leiston are desperate to stop the rot in the Ryman Premier Division.

Needham Market completed a remarkable comeback on Saturday to win 4-3 at Ryman Premier Division promotion rivals Tonbridge Angels.

Framlingham Town and Whitton United played out a hard-fought 0-0 draw on Saturday.

Leiston winger Joe Francis says the Blues are determined not to let this season go to waste.

Joe Marsden could have a big say at both ends of the Ryman Premier table, before the season ends.

Woodbridge Town manager Jamie Scales insists he would not swap any of his squad for those playing for their league rivals.

Leiston manager Glenn Driver is convinced his side are ready to dish out a ‘hiding’, as the Blues look to arrest an alarming slump of form.

Leiston skipper Tom Bullard says the Blues have fire in their bellies and are determined to right the wrongs of the shock weekend defeat at home to Staines Town in the Ryman Premier.

Leiston manager Glenn Driver has backed Conor Hubble to put the pressure on the Blues’ midfielders as they enter a crucial stage of the Ryman Premier season.

Bury Town have signed Leiston midfielder Regan Pelling on a one-month loan deal.

Leiston boss Glenn Driver was pleased with a point on Saturday.

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