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Bury captain Comber says performance wasn’t good enough


Bury St Edmunds captain Mike Comber admitted their performance was ‘not good enough’ after they slumped to a six wicket defeat at Sudbury on Saturday.

After starting the new Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League season with back-to-back wins, the loss against local rivals Sudbury at the weekend stretch their losing run to three games.

Ahead of a trip to winless Woolpit tomorrow (11am), Comber is targeting an improved performance to end their barren run.

“It was a disappointing defeat on Saturday,” the Bury skipper said. “All the team held their hands up after the game and said it wasn’t good enough.

“We’ve got to put that behind us and progress, starting with hopefully a good performance against Woolpit this weekend.”

Tom Robotham (work commitments) misses the trip to Rectory Lane tomorrow, with former Suffolk player Simon Rees set to replace him in the Bury line-up.

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