A round-up of the FA Cup ties from the Suffolk area. Leiston progressed to the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Cup, for the third year running, after defeating Crowborough 4-2. The home side got off to a great start and took a deserved lead on 12 minutes through Joe Jefford’s header from a Byron Lawrence corner.
The feeling walking out of the ground on Saturday was pretty much what we’d all settle for most weeks – happy that Ipswich Town have won. As for the manner of the win, when the chips are down, when you’re on the back of a three-game losing streak in league and cup, does it really matter how you’ve won? The history books will show that we won 2-0 and that’s all that matters at the end of the day.
Suffolk Ladies are seeking to become England county champions for the first time. They had their final practice at Felixstowe Ferry yesterday before taking on reigning champions Gloucestershire today. Suffolk’s squad which won East Week at Hunstanton has been boosted by the experienced Felixstowe Ferry duo, Amanda Norman and Jo Woodward, who made such an impact on the game in the nineties. They have reached the final of Suffolk’s Haskell Cup this year.
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