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RYMAN LEAGUE: AFC Sudbury sign England C international Erkan Okay + round-up

Former Ipswich Town, Histon and Lowestoft Town midfielder or full-back Erkan Okay has signed for AFC Sudbury — and the 31-year-old goes straight into squad for tomorrow night’s Ryman League Cup tie at AFC Hornchurch.

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MOVING ON: Joint bosses Robbie Nightingale and Dave Theobald have left Soham, who are now seeking a replacement

RYMAN LEAGUE: Soham begin managerial hunt

Soham Town Rangers are on the lookout for a new manager after Dave Theobald followed fellow joint boss Robbie Nightingale in departing the club at the weekend.

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Gilding loses place in top 32 ahead of World Championships

Gilding loses place in top 32 ahead of World Championships

Andrew Gilding will take on Scotland’s John Henderson in the first round of the William Hill World Darts Championship later this month.

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Under-16 boys take the sting out of Scorpions

Under-16 boys take the sting out of Scorpions

There were two wins and two defeats for County Upper Basketball Academy across the latest round of matches.

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NOT STRONG ENOUGH: Bury have been working on their set piece this week after Cinderford took advantage to record a 29-26 victory on Saturday  Picture: Shawn Pearce Photography

Hogg: we must be in top form to take advantage of an open game

Gavin Hogg believes title challengers Old Elthamians’ open style of rugby will give his Bury side a better chance of causing an upset tomorrow (3pm) after coming up just short at Cinderford.

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CHANGE IN FORTUNE: Bury Town manager Ben Chenery is hoping his side can end their recent run of poor results when they take on Brentwood Town

Chenery targets end to Bury’s ‘sticky period’ this weekend

Ben Chenery wants his Bury Town side to go ‘back to basics’ as they look to get their promotion bid back on track at Ram Meadow this weekend.

Non League
SHOCKED: Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose says he knew nothing about his close friend Steve Walters being abused as a child at Crewe

EXCLUSIVE: Former Crewe goalkeeper says players ‘did not know’ about child abuse

Former Crewe Alexandra player and current Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose has given a robust defence of himself and other players who were at the club during the historic child abuse allegations.

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WELCOME RETURN: Long Melfords Ross Waugh, pictured in action during their 3-1 home defeat to leaders Mildenhall Town at the start of October, will come back into Saturdays squad along with his brother, Anthony, for the crucial visit of Thetford Town (3pm)

Derby defeat leaves Melford desperate for three points

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE

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Robbie Nightingale Soham manager
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RYMAN LEAGUE: Robbie Nightingale leaves Soham to become Cambridge City boss

Robbie Nightingale has left his role as joint-manager of Ryman League Divsiion One North side Soham Town Rangers to take up the reins at his former club Cambridge City.

Non League
Tina Baun Picture: Action Photography

Badminton legend Tine Baun signs for Suffolk Saxons

Suffolk Saxons badminton team have today announced Olympian and women’s singles badminton legend, Tine Baun, as their latest signing — and confirmed she will be available to make her debut in Monday’s home fixture in Ipswich.

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Eric Bristow, who has been dropped as a pundit by SKY, following his Twitter posts

Former Crewe goalkeeper calls for Eric Bristow to be stripped of MBE

Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose believes former darts champion-turned TV pundit Eric Bristow should have his MBE revoked for his comments on the footballer abuse revelations.

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LOUGHBOROUGH, GBR  28 November 2016  National Badminton League  Loughborough Lightnings Greg Mairs & Jenny Moore vs Suffolk Saxons Sean Vendy & Fee Teng Liew. Match played in the Loughborough University Netball & Badminton Centre (Photo by David Crawford / www.stillsport.com)

Suffolk Saxons pull off smash-and-grab raid at Loughborough

Suffolk Saxons added another scalp to their impressive AJ Bell National Badminton League campaign with a magnificent victory at Loughborough University last night.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: Starting Varney made sense and great to see effort and goals return

It was by no means the perfect display — but a bit of fight, endeavour, and goals returned to Portman Road at the weekend in the win against Queens Park Rangers.

Football
Needham Market manager Mark Morsley

Suffolk Premier Cup and Senior Cup draws made

Leiston will face Needham Market for the second season running in the semi-finals of the Suffolk FA Premier Cup sponsored by Omni Freight Services Ltd.

Non League
Le Maire looking ahead to the future after Vegas loss

Le Maire looking ahead to the future after Vegas loss

Joe Le Maire has insisted he will benefit from the experience of fighting in Las Vegas, despite seeing the result go against him.

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Chris Boughton’s golf column: Captains hand over £9,500 to charity

Chris Boughton’s golf column: Captains hand over £9,500 to charity

Bury St Edmunds Golf Club ladies’ captain Joan Garrett and men’s captain Steve Finch presented their chosen charities (St Nicholas Hospice and East Anglian Air Ambulance) with cheques for £4,750 each, at the club’s annual presentation evening last week, at the end of their term of office.

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Columnist Edward Seaman

Norwich fan Ed Seaman’s column: A head and heart situation with our manager’s future

For all the speculation surrounding the future of Alex Neil, Wednesday night’s AGM suggests the Scot will be given time to turn around the fortunes of Norwich City.

Football
HOME DEFEAT: Bury Men's II in action

Bury find themselves in second spot after losing on the road at leaders

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

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LATE WINNER: Bury Town players celebrate Josh Mayhews 86th-minute winner at home to Haringey Borough on Saturday, but it was a rather different feeling at the final whistle on Tuesday as they failed to make their dominance count in a 2-1 defeat to Heybridge Swifts

Bury boss remains upbeat despite defeat

RYMAN LEAGUE

Non League
GOING OVER: Chris Lord scores a try for Bury St Edmunds in Saturdays 33-27 home win against Barnstaple

Three on the spin for Wolfpack after triumph over Barnstaple

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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