EARLY SEASON FIXTURES RELEASED

The new Thurlow Nunn League season starts on Friday evening August 3rd with two Premier Division clashes – Hadleigh United v. FC Clacton and Histon v. Haverhill Rovers.

The early season league fixtures have been released to clubs and are detailed on the links below:

Fixtures for later dates will be released asap but are dependent on the release of Southern League and Essex Senior League fixtures.

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION – Early Season Fixtures

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE FDN – First Fixtures

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE FDS – First Fixtures

LEAGUE CONSTITUTION UPDATE

Following a request last week from the Essex Senior League, and with the approval of the Football Association and the agreement of the club, the Eastern Counties League has agreed that, to maintain the number of teams in the Essex Senior League at 20, Leyton Athletic FC (formerly known as Wadham Lodge FC) will be released from the Eastern Senior League and will now play the 2018/19 season in the Essex Senior League.

This, of course, means that the Eastern Senior League Division 1 (South) will now be running with 19 clubs for the coming season, but we will be making every effort to ensure that It operates at full capacity in the 2019/20 season. 

The Eastern Counties League is pleased to be able to assist the Essex Senior League in this matter.

 

SEASON 2018/19 CONSTITUTION

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Brantham Athletic
Ely City
FC Clacton
Framlingham Town
Godmanchester Rovers
Gorleston
Great Yarmouth Town
Hadleigh United
Histon
Haverhill Rovers
Kirkley & Pakefield
Long Melford
Newmarket Town
Norwich United
Stowmarket Town
Thetford Town
Walsham le Willows
Whitton United
Woodbridge Town
Wroxham

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION (NORTH)
AFC Sudbury Reserves
Cornard United
Debenham LC
Diss Town
Downham Town
Fakenham Town
Felixstowe & Walton United Reserves
Harleston
Haverhill Borough
Ipswich Wanderers
Kings Lynn Town Reserves
Lakenheath
Leiston Reserves
March Town United
Mulbarton Wanderers
Needham Market Reserves
Norwich CBS
Swaffham Town
Team Bury
Wisbech St Mary

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION (SOUTH)
Benfleet
Braintree Town Reserves
Brightlingsea Regent Reserves
Burnham Ramblers
Coggeshall United
Fire United
Frenford
Hackney Wick
Halstead Town
Harwich & Parkeston
Hashtag United
Holland
Little Oakley
Lopes Tavares
May & Baker
Newbury Forest
White Ensign
Wivenhoe Town
Wormley Rovers

THURLOW NUNN RESERVE LEAGUE
Cornard United
Hadleigh United
Halstead Town
Haverhill Rovers
Holland
Mildenhall Town
Stowmarket Town
Thetford Town
Walsham le Willows
Whitton United
Witham Town
Wivenhoe Town
Woodbridge Town

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE CENTRAL DIVISION
Coplestonians
Felixstowe & Walton United
Framlingham Town
Hadleigh United
Ipswich Wanderers
Leiston
Needham Market
Stowmarket Town
Walsham Le Willows
Whitton United
Woodbridge Town

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE EAST DIVISION
AFC Royals
Beccles Town
Bungay Town
Diss Town
Gorleston
Great Yarmouth Town
Kirkley & Pakefield
Norwich United
Waveney Youth
Wroxham

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION
Aylsham
CSF Canaries
Dereham Town
Easton & Otley College
Fakenham Town
FDL Rangers
Mulbarton Wanderers
North Walsham Town
Sheringham
Swaffham Town

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE CAMBRIDGE DIVISION
Cambridge City
Ely City
Haverhill Rovers
Histon
Long Melford
Mildenhall Town
Newmarket Town
Royston Town
Saffron Walden Town
St Neots Town
Team Bury

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION
AFC Sudbury
Brantham Athletic
Brightlingsea Regent
Bury Town
Cornard United
FC Clacton
Halstead Town
Holland FC
Little Oakley
Sporting 87
Witham Town

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE WEST DIVISION
Deeping Rangers
Downham Town
Godmanchester Rovers
Holbeach United
Kings Lynn Town
March Town United
Peterborough Northern Star
Peterborough Sports
St Ives Town
Wisbech St Mary

CLUBS’ DAY 2018

The Annual Clubs’ Day took place on Saturday 2nd June 2018 in The Bobby Robson Suite at Ipswich Town Football Club.

 Those attending, just under 80 in total, were treated to an enjoyable day with both excellent presentations and hospitality.

After the welcome of tea, coffee and bacon rolls the day got off to a great start with Baroness Sue Campbell, former Chairman of UK Sport and currently The FA’s Head of Women’s Football.  The theme of the presentation was how to get the best out of people and Sue used many examples of her personal experiences as a school teacher, international netball player and athlete, as well as her business life.  Topics covered included the importance of marginal changes, the culture of change and thinking differently.

Following Baroness Campbell was Mark Bradley from The Fan Experience Company which works with clubs, both in the UK and abroad, in helping them provide a better experience for their fans and spectators.  Although a light-hearted presentation the message was one that all clubs should take note of.  Again the theme was about change, doing things differently, communication, and making your people feel valued.