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BREAKING NEWS: Stowmarket Town manager Rick Andrews commits to club for another three years

Rick Andrews is to remain as manager of title-chasing Stowmarket Town after committing to stay at the club for another three years.

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IN-FORM FRONTMAN: Sam Mulready, who scored nine goals in nine games to help Soham survive, is mobbed after scoring the first goal. Picture: Mark Westley

Saturday's local football round-up

All the final-day drama a football supporter could ask for was on show at Julius Martin Lane this afternoon as Soham Town Rangers preserved their Ryman League Division One North status during a seven-goal thriller against Maldon & Tiptree.
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Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press

Ed Seaman’s Norwich City column: Maddison can continue to shine

In a year that has seen the rise of ‘fake news’, Norwich City scoring three goals away from home — and winning — is something you’d have to see to believe.

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PROMOTION SEALED: Stowmarket Town have won promotion for the first time in their 134-year history

Stow move ‘out of the doldrums’ after home win seals a top-three finish

Rick Andrews believes a bit of pride has been restored at Stowmarket Town after they secured themselves a top-three promotion spot with a 2-0 win over Debenham LC.

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STAYING ON: Gareth Simpson is eager to turn out for Mildenhall in the Ryman League

Mildenhall’s Simpson eyeing Ryman League campaign

Having pulled on the Mildenhall Town shirt in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier and First Divisions, Gareth Simpson is ready to be part of the club’s Ryman League adventure.

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CRUSHING BLOW: James Baker scores past stand-in James Bradbrook

Wilkins: ‘We only have ourselves to blame for missing out on play-offs’

RYMAN LEAGUE

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RESCUE ACT: Josh Mayhew earned Bury a point against Soham

Mayhew’s second-half goal earns Bury a derby point

RYMAN LEAGUE

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SEWN UP: Mildenhall players celebrate Dan Brown's late goal at Mundford Road, which sealed the league title

Mildenhall going up as league champions

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE

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Ipswich Town season ticket holder and columnist Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘A great win against a good side - I won’t apologise for celebrating it’

What a great weekend! A decent performance at Burton — a scintillating one at home to Newcastle — and we’re mathematically safe from relegation.

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Mildenhall Town players celebrate winning the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division with their travelling fans at Thetford Town  Picture: Mark Bullimore

Easter Monday's Football Round-Up

Victories sparked promotion parties for Mildenhall Town, Haverhill Borough and Stowmarket Town in the Thurlow Nunn League, while AFC Sudbury showed their fighting spirit in the wake of relegation from the Ryman League's top flight.

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STAR ATTRACTION: Former Ipswich Town midfielder Jimmy Bullard will be at the Suffolk FA Awards Night. Picture: ITFC

Tickets on sale for Suffolk FA Awards Night

Tickets are now on sale for what is set to be a bumper evening of entertainment at this year’s Suffolk FA Awards Night.

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NEARLY THERE: Mildenhall celebrate their late winning goal over FC Clacton. Picture: Mark Westley

Saturday's local football round-up

It now appears to be a case of when and not if AFC Sudbury's first season as a Ryman League Premier Division club ends with relegation after today's 1-0 defeat at Tonbridge Angels, while lower down the pyramid in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division, Mildenhall Town moved a step closer to clinching the title.
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MOVING ON: Kem Izzet is expecting to leave Needham Market in the summer

VIDEO: Izzet hoping to end Bloomfields spell with a play-off campaign + Ingram celebration

Kem Izzet is determined to go out ‘with a bang’ by helping Needham Market reach the play-offs at the end of the season.

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ALMOST THERE: Remi Garrett makes a run with the ball during Stowmarket Towns 0-0 draw against Woodbridge

Strong squad could help Stow seal promotion this weekend

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

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Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press

Ed Seaman’s Norwich City column: 50-goal Wes still the master

While it would be naive to suggest last Saturday’s dethroning of The Royals atones in any way for what has been a wasted season, it would still be wrong not to celebrate the victory for what it was.

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Haverhill Borough's player were left celebrating another home win last night, which puts Martin Westcott's side on the brink of confirming their promotion to the Thurlow Nunn League's top division

Mid-week football round-up: Haverhill Borough go top of the table

Another solid home display from Haverhill Borough last night put them top of the Thurlow Nunn League First Division for the first time this season, and on the cusp of confirming an historic promotion.

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ON THE VERGE: Mildenhall Town could be celebrating being crowned champions by the end of the Easter weekend

Mildenhall on the brink of title glory

If Mildenhall Town collect the four points they need to secure the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title this Easter weekend, manager Dean Greygoose’s only regret will be that it was not sewn up sooner.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘We need dynamic duo to galvanize the club should Mick leave’

There’s an air of resignation about this season — and the future of boss Mick McCarthy.

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GOING UP! Bury St Edmunds Foxes celebrate the title at promotion after their home win over Peterborough on Sunday  Picture: Shawn Pearce (Bury St Edmunds RUFC)

Eleventh straight win clinches title for Bury Foxes

Bury St Edmunds' ladies team cracked open the champagne after their 11th straight win on Sunday saw them seal the Women's National Challenge East 2 title and promotion.

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Haverhill Borough 1 Crane Sports 4 - James Blades celebrates scoring against Borough 'keeper Paul Walker  Picture: Mark Bullimore

UPDATED: Saturday's local football round-up

Haverhill Borough's dream of a Portman Road county cup final was quickly ended by a rampant Crane Sports while Newmarket Town hit double figures at Wivenhoe but there was another 4-0 home defeat for AFC Sudbury.
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