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Diss Town boosted by Lagshan Sivakumar's return from AFC Sudbury



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Diss Town have been boosted by the news that Lagshan Sivakumar has committed his future to the club.

The attacker made an instant impression upon joining the Tangerines from lower-league Mattishall in November by scoring four goals in his first two appearances.

That form captured the attention of Step 4 outfit AFC Sudbury, whom he initially joined on a dual registration basis and immediately impressed boss Rick Andrews.

Lagshan Sivakumar will be turning out for Diss after a short at Sudbury. Picture: Mecha Morton
Lagshan Sivakumar will be turning out for Diss after a short at Sudbury. Picture: Mecha Morton

However, Sivakumar has not featured in recent Sudbury match-day squads and after conversations with the management team at Diss, he has decided to turn out for the Thurlow Nunn League First Division North outfit going forward.

Joint Diss manager Mark Sutcliffe said: “We’re blessed to have Lagshan back with us.

“He did really well for us and it was no surprise he got noticed like he did.

“I’m sure if he produces the same sort of thing he’ll get another move in the summer, but for now he’s committed to playing for us.

“As soon as we saw he wasn’t in the Sudbury squad we got on the phone and had a good chat with him.

“It will give the lads a boost knowing we’ve got a player of that quality coming back in.”



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