Watch our exclusive post-match video reaction to the A134 West Suffolk Derby as both managers spoke to sports editor Russell Claydon following Saturday’s game.
Sudbury took the bragging rights and went top of the league with a 2-0 victory secured with goals in each from, via Luke Callander and Liam Wales (defected in off James Baker’s shot).
And AFC boss Jamie Godbold said he felt they scored at the right times in the game, and ‘perhaps it could have been more’.
Meanwhile, his opposite number in the dugout at Bury Town, Ben Chenery, felt his injury-ravaged side ‘had a right go’ but was less than happy with how the decisions were awarded by the match officials on the day.
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