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TOP PERFOMRER: Jason Wade scored 47 for Long Melford

Melford climb to the top

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NEW ARRIVAL: Erkan Okay (left) has joined Soham Town Rangers as a player-assistant manager. Picture: Clive Pearson

Okay joins Soham’s coaching staff

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IMPRESSIVE DISPLAYS: Cameron Aikten (left) and Cameron Mateer

Aitken and Hardy impress Anderson at home show

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Coach is backing Stannard to bounce back

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Batch expecting derby to be a competitive encounter

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Quadruple winners AFC have set a high standard

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Long-serving Pope leaves Mildenhall

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SOLE SUCCESS: Kyle Tanner took one wicket for Hadleigh during their 71-run defeat to Wivenhoe on Saturday

Hadleigh well beaten by league leaders Wivenhoe

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MOVING ON: Rob Eagle has left AFC Sudbury to join Leiston

AFC start planning for next season without experienced midfielder Eagle

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Okay joins Soham’s coaching staff

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PRESENTATION DAY: AFC Sudbury Academy held their presentation day on Saturday, which started with a team photograph involving all the players and staff from the teams, posing with their collection of trophies won during the season

Quadruple winners AFC have set a high standard

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TIME TO GO: Goalkeeper Josh Pope is leaving Mildenhall

Long-serving Pope leaves Mildenhall

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MOVING ON: Rob Eagle has left AFC Sudbury to join Leiston

AFC start planning for next season without experienced midfielder Eagle

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MOVING ON: Marcus Garnham has left AFC Sudbury

Goalkeeper Garnham announces departure from Sudbury

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Melford climb to the top

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UNBEATABLE: Opener Tom Huggins batting for Sudbury against Great Witchingham on his way to an unbeaten score of 73 runs off 83 balls. He hit 14 boundaries to help the home side comfortably beat The Witches.

Batch expecting derby to be a competitive encounter

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SOLE SUCCESS: Kyle Tanner took one wicket for Hadleigh during their 71-run defeat to Wivenhoe on Saturday

Hadleigh well beaten by league leaders Wivenhoe

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IMPORTANT WIN: Sudbury IIs Keelan Waldock (41) helping his team to a  46-run defeat of Brockley at home in the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Cricket Championship Division Three. Sudbury II (234-7) beat Brockley (188)

Club captain hoping team can maintain winning run

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IMPRESSIVE DISPLAYS: Cameron Aikten (left) and Cameron Mateer

Aitken and Hardy impress Anderson at home show

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Coach is backing Stannard to bounce back

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VIDEO: Sudbury’s Moroney brings the house down in concluding fight

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Sudbury MX Jason Morland winner Championship Class 
Picture: Anthony Ridge

Halstead’s Morland records a clear victory in round three

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