Sudbury Rugby Club went into the Christmas break off the back of praise from their coach, despite the derby defeat at Colchester.
Sudbury boys asked for a display ‘to be proud of’ in derby against title-chasing Colchester.
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.
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.
Ben Scully is hunting for ‘a bit of payback’ this weekend, as Sudbury Rugby Club return to an old foe in London 1 North.
Boxford Bowls Club chairman Lea Blackham is digesting the news he is set to be part of an England Over-50s.
It was red and white delight for Sudbury men’s first team at Great Cornard as they bounced back with a 4-2 win over Harleston Magpies II.
Halstead Templars’ newly-formed second XV clocked up their first ever win, 29-26 at Brentwood-based Mavericks II.
Sudbury battled to a well-deserved and important away win at Fullerians on Saturday, with the 19-7 success ending their six-game losing run.