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Bedrics prove their ‘Worth’ with away win

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With all to play for in Division One, Bedrics Worth negotiated a tricky game at Ram Meadow A, writes Bill Tinkler.

Goals from Ross Locke (2) and one apiece from Kieron Lawrence and Brandon Salisbury gave Bedrics Worth a 4-2 victory.

Justin Farrow and Jordan Roberts netted for the Ram.

In Division Two, RF Saints visitors at the Heath were Bury Town Rams B, who went home 4-1 winners.

Simon Gay (2), Hari Pidgeon and Sam Goodwin were on the scoresheet with Lee S replying for the hosts.

The Trunk took over top spot in the table after playing hosts to Bury Wanderers at Great Barton.

Trunk secured a 3-1 home win with Liam Green, Ed Frost and Nathan Baird scoring.

Chris Robinson scored for the Wanderers, who also missed a penalty with the scores at 2-1.


Mellis were spot-on in the Suffolk FA Sunday Shield at Stowmarket Town’s Greens Meadow ground, writes Ian Friend.

They won 4-3 on penalties against Holbrook Swan and are on course for a possible treble if they can win their league games in hand.

The Division Four cup final between Badwell Ash and AFC Norton saw Norton triumph 3-1 to complete a league and cup double.

In Division One action, Tostock were entertained by Howards and scored eight times, without reply, through Lewis Kemp (3), Sam Diaper (2), Tom Fenner, Sam Whiting and substitute Sammy Orr.

In Division Two, Chedburgh won 5-1 against Ixworth, The Mace defeated Gt Whelnetham 3-2 and Thurston were 3-1 winners at home to Coldham Hall.

In Division Three, Gt Barton lost 4-0 at home to Danepak, while LPFC hosted Cheveley, who won 7-2 to seal the title. Occold defeated Horringer 4-3 to finish runners up.

In Division Four, Rattlesden lost 3-2 to Eriswell.

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