Thursday, January 13, 2011

Football: Stowmarket Town return to home action after eight-week break

Stowmarket Town cannot afford any complacency on Saturday when they make their long-awaited return to Ridgeons League home action.
Fakenham Town are the visitors to Greens Meadow, 3pm, but two of the Norfolk strugglers' four wins this season have come against high-flying opposition – Gorleston and Diss Town.
Stow have not played a league game since drawing 1-1 at Ipswich Wanderers on January 3 and their last home match was way back on November 20, eight weeks ago, a 3-1 win against the same opponents. That absence from the action has allowed leaders Cambridge University Press to open a four-point gap, although Town have two games in hand.
There is a full programme of action in the Kingsley Healthcare Suffolk & Ipswich League and Sunday's big game sees Stowupland Falcons travel to Bungay Town in the quarter-finals of the Suffolk FA Veterans Cup.

Weekend fixtures

Saturday, January 15
First Division: Stowmarket Town v Fakenham Town, postponed.

Senior Division: Crane Sports v Haughley Utd; Old Newton Utd v East Bergholt Utd.
Division 1: Stowupland Falcons v Halesworth Town.
Intermediate Division A: Saxmundham Sports res v Old Newton Utd Res.
Intermediate Division B: Haughley Utd Res v Stowupland Falcons Res.
Division 2: AFC Crowley v Salvation Army.
Division 4: Salvation Army Res v Stonham Aspal A, postponed.
Division 5: Cedars Park v Woolverstone Utd Res, postponed.
Division 6: AFC Titans v Cedars Park Res.

Sunday, January 16
Premier Division: Ransomes Sports v Unicorn.
Division MB3: Wetherden 08 v Stage Security EU.
Division RM4: AFC Bergholt v Riverside.
Division RM5: Trinity v Stowmarket All Stars.

Quarter-final: Bungay Town v Stowupland Falcons.

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