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Diss open up on the road and end with local derby

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BIG STEP: AFC Sudbury beat league leaders AFC Hornchurch at the King's Marsh Stadium (Picture: Mecha Morton)

Saturday's local football round-up

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POINTS HAUL: Jason Cook (left) hopes his side can start to pick up points

Tangerines boosted by triple signing

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Magpies hit Chelmsford for six in heavy home win

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Diss look to get back on track at home to the Vikings

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Long-suffering fans deserve a derby win

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No better time for Nelson to find form

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MISSED CHANCES: AFC Sudbury Reserves go close once again, but could not find a way past goalkeeper Stephen Fenner in the Debenham goal, even when they did breach the Hornets back line

Debenham make Sudbury pay for wasteful finishing

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TOUGH CONDITIONS: The conditions played a part in the game as it turned into a mudbath (Pictures: Gary Donnison)

Late penalty denies Diss a place in final

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Saturday's local football round-up

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POINTS HAUL: Jason Cook (left) hopes his side can start to pick up points

Tangerines boosted by triple signing

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BACK ON TRACK: Diss RFC and head coach Dave Smith host North Walsham on Saturday, hoping for better result than the first time they met this season (Picture: Gary Donnison)

Diss look to get back on track at home to the Vikings

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Ipswich Town columnist Dave Gooderham

Long-suffering fans deserve a derby win

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Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman

No better time for Nelson to find form

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Diss open up on the road and end with local derby

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STAYING ON: Mark Williamson

Williamson to continue in role as skipper

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Jaik Mikleburgh  Picture: Contributed

Suffolk searching for a new professional as Mickleburgh relinquishes role

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LEADING LIGHT: Suffolks Jaik Mickleburgh who has won the Wilfred Rhodes Trophy for the leading Minor Counties batsman in 2017  Picture: Nick Garnham

Suffolk batsmen Mickleburgh wins Minor Counties award

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Late penalty denies Diss a place in final

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ON THE SCORESHEET: Ed Hudson

Streetwise Manor too strong for boys in blue

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TOUGH AFTERNOON: Freddy Precious' progress is halted by an opponent

Few positives for Diss following home loss

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HAT-TRICK HERO: Stephen Hipwell

Diss turn on the style to record big victory

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Risebrow is selected for squad

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ANOTHER WIN: Already-promoted Harleston Magpies Mens II celebrate scoring a goal during Saturdays 6-1 win against Bury St Edmunds (Picture: Gary Donnison)

Magpies hit Chelmsford for six in heavy home win

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Archie Winter

England come calling for the Winter siblings

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ON TARGET: Lauren Rowe scored for Harleston

A winning return for the Ladies first team

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