Suffolk cricket's 2019 fixture list has been revealed with a tricky opening fixture for their Eastern Division Unicorns Championship campaign.
AFC Sudbury stretch their unbeaten run at Soham to five matches, while Lakenheath and Haverhill Rovers are among those to pick up positive results.
Sudbury ended a run of three straight defeats in East Women’s League Division One North with a 2-0 win at home against St Neots.
Sudbury extended their lead at the top of East Men’s League Division One after drawing 1-1 at newly-promoted Crostyx at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre.
Sudbury II ran in 11 tries as they handed Halstead Templars their heaviest defeat of the season, winning 67-7.
Isaac Skubich struck twice as AFC Sudbury Reserves came back from a goal down to beat Haverhill Borough 2-1 at the weekend.
Long Melford fought back well in the second half to secure a deserved 2-2 draw with Thetford Town at Stoneylands on Saturday.
Matt Hunn admitted that he would ‘love to play every day’s cricket for Suffolk’ next season.
Adam Mansfield is looking forward to leading both club and county after accepting the captaincy at Sudbury, to go alongside his Suffolk role.
Ben Scully was ‘extremely happy’ with Sudbury’s 52-3 drubbing of basement side Diss and hopes it can be the ‘springboard’ for a better league run.