The draws for the early rounds of the Suffolk County Cups have been made.

Ties involving Thurlow Nunn League sides are:-

Suffolk Premier Cup Round 1
AFC Sudbury v. Haverhill Borough (Oct 10)
Long Melford v. Ipswich Town XI (Oct 11)

Suffolk Premier Cup Round 2
AFC Sudbury or Haverhill Borough v. Needham Market (Nov 14)
Hadleigh United v. Long Melford or Ipswich Town XI (Nov 14)
Felixstowe & Walton United v. Stowmarket Town (Nov 14)
Lowestoft Town v. Kirkley & Pakefield (Nov 14)
Bury Town v. Newmarket Town (Nov 14)
Ipswich Wanderers v. Haverhill Rovers (Nov 14)
Walsham le Willows v. Brantham Athletic (Nov 15)

Suffolk Senior Cup Round 1
Achilles v. Framlingham Town (Sept 16)

Suffolk Senior Cup Round 2
AFC Sudbury Res v. Capel Plough (Sept 30)
Team Bury v. Ransomes Sports (Oct 7)
Haughley United v. Whitton United (Oct 14)
AFC Hoxne v. Cornard United (Oct 14)
Waveney v. Achilles or Framlingham Town (Oct 14)
Henley v. Leiston Res (Oct 14)
Beccles Town v. Debenham LC (Oct 14)
Woodbridge Town v. Crane Sports (Oct 14)
Lakenheath v. Needham Market Res (Oct 14)


Coggeshall Town continued their 100% start to the season with a comprehensive 6-0 win against Ipswich Wanderers on Saturday. Josce Syrett scored twice for the SeedGrowers, whose next game is on Saturday at home to Felixstowe & Walton United. The Seasiders also have a 100% league record following a 2-1 home success against Godmanchester Rovers. Miles Powell scored both goals with Felixstowe’s improved support continuing with an attendance of 226.

Meanwhile, Thetford Town have slipped into second place in the Premier Division table after winning 2-0 at FC Clacton. Tanner Call and Robbie Priddle scored the goals. Histon remain unbeaten despite being held 2-2 at home by previously pointless Kirkley & Pakefield with Lee Smith scoring both goals for the Stutes. Another unbeaten side are Walsham le Willows whose four games so far have all been away because of ground unavailability. Next up for Paul Smith’s side is a trip to 100% Haverhill Rovers next Saturday.

Wivenhoe Town gained their first points of the season after leaving Fakenham Town, still to open their account, with a 2-1 success.

Woodbridge Town maintained the pace at the top of the First Division after beating Downham Town 4-0 with Halstead Town now second after overcoming previously 100% Whitton United 2-0. Holland FC, who had been second, came unstuck 4-0 at King’s Lynn Town Reserves. However, the really eye-catching result was Little Oakley 10 Team Bury 1. It was the Essex side’s first ever Thurlow Nunn League points with 4 goals from Robert Pratt and a hat trick from Harry Mann.