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Hall go in search of more history

The last 12 months have seen Mildenhall Town make plenty of club history, but according to manager Dean Greygoose, his team are not ready to let up just yet.

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HARD LUCK: Injury has ruled Austen Diaper out of the cup final

Jockeys may revert to plan B without Diaper

Newmarket Town manager Kevin Grainger has revealed that Austen Diaper’s ankle injury could force him into a change of tactics for Monday’s League Challenge Cup final against neighbours Mildenhall Town.

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NOT TO BE: Ely City winger Kelvin Enaro attempts to beat two opponents during his teams cup final defeat on Monday night

Ely unable to round off positive season with a cup final victory

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CLINICAL MARKSMAN: In-form Sam Mulready scored twice for Soham

Mulready and Groves score late goals as Soham secure status on dramatic day

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FA CUP OUTING: Abi Marriott

Mildenhall referee gets Wembley call-up

Mildenhall official Abi Marriott said she was left speechless after being told she will be an assistant referee at this season’s SSE FA Women’s FA Cup Final.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘Mick was right to ring the changes’

A few hideous stats from the weekend’s defeat to Rotherham put the dampener on the superb win against Newcastle on Easter Monday.

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SURVIVAL ACT: Sam Mulready and Lloyd Groves (central) celebrate one of the former's two goals

Soham’s survival ‘proved a lot of people wrong’

“A lot of people wrote Robbie and I off when we took the job, but the lads have been incredible over the last seven games. There is no greater feeling.”

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IN-FORM FRONTMAN: Sam Mulready, who scored nine goals in nine games to help Soham survive, is mobbed after scoring the first goal. Picture: Mark Westley

Saturday's local football round-up

All the final-day drama a football supporter could ask for was on show at Julius Martin Lane this afternoon as Soham Town Rangers preserved their Ryman League Division One North status during a seven-goal thriller against Maldon & Tiptree.
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STAYING ON: Gareth Simpson is eager to turn out for Mildenhall in the Ryman League

Mildenhall’s Simpson eyeing Ryman League campaign

Having pulled on the Mildenhall Town shirt in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier and First Divisions, Gareth Simpson is ready to be part of the club’s Ryman League adventure.

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OLD ACQUAINTANCES: Former Ely midfielder James Seymour (left) tries to win the ball back from Kelvin Enaro

Goals aplenty as Jockeys come out on top once again

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CUP FINALISTS: Ely boss Brady Stone

Ely manager aiming for one more upset

Brady Stone has urged his Ely City side to embrace the tag of the underdog during Monday evening’s Cambridgeshire Invitation Cup final, just as they have done on several occasions already this season, writes Liam Apicella.

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MAKE OR BREAK: Soham's final 90 minutes of the season will determine whether or not they are relegated

D-Day for Mason’s Greens

Robbie Mason has conceded the first goal is likely to be crucial in Soham Town Rangers’ season-defining clash with Maldon & Tiptree on Saturday (3pm), writes Liam Apicella.

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SEWN UP: Mildenhall players celebrate Dan Brown's late goal at Mundford Road, which sealed the league title

Mildenhall going up as league champions

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Ipswich Town season ticket holder and columnist Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘A great win against a good side - I won’t apologise for celebrating it’

What a great weekend! A decent performance at Burton — a scintillating one at home to Newcastle — and we’re mathematically safe from relegation.

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Mildenhall Town players celebrate winning the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division with their travelling fans at Thetford Town  Picture: Mark Bullimore

Easter Monday's Football Round-Up

Victories sparked promotion parties for Mildenhall Town, Haverhill Borough and Stowmarket Town in the Thurlow Nunn League, while AFC Sudbury showed their fighting spirit in the wake of relegation from the Ryman League's top flight.

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STAR ATTRACTION: Former Ipswich Town midfielder Jimmy Bullard will be at the Suffolk FA Awards Night. Picture: ITFC

Tickets on sale for Suffolk FA Awards Night

Tickets are now on sale for what is set to be a bumper evening of entertainment at this year’s Suffolk FA Awards Night.

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NEARLY THERE: Mildenhall celebrate their late winning goal over FC Clacton. Picture: Mark Westley

Saturday's local football round-up

It now appears to be a case of when and not if AFC Sudbury's first season as a Ryman League Premier Division club ends with relegation after today's 1-0 defeat at Tonbridge Angels, while lower down the pyramid in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division, Mildenhall Town moved a step closer to clinching the title.
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Newmarket Girls hold out to claim points

Newmarket Girls hold out to claim points

Newmarket Town Under-12 Girls recorded a 4-3 win over Wisbech St Mary in their penultimate match of the season.

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HAT-TRICK HERO: Austen Diaper (left) scored three times against Wivenhoe

Free-scoring Jockeys aiming to be more solid

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Haverhill Borough's player were left celebrating another home win last night, which puts Martin Westcott's side on the brink of confirming their promotion to the Thurlow Nunn League's top division

Mid-week football round-up: Haverhill Borough go top of the table

Another solid home display from Haverhill Borough last night put them top of the Thurlow Nunn League First Division for the first time this season, and on the cusp of confirming an historic promotion.

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