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Sunday League football round-up

By Liam Plumridge on Tuesday, 3rd November 2009.

AWFUL conditions did not deter Arrendene Athletic from gaining a place in the fourth round of the Suffolk FA Sunday Shield with a strong 4-0 win against Kesgrave.

Unbeaten Arrendene under Josh Evans's stewardship are the only Sudbury Sunday League representatives left in the competition after an Aaron Stiebrins hattrick.

The striker should have had more with a lot of barn door misses, but that did not matter as Arrendene booked a home tie in the next round.

The awful conditions caused the calling off of the local derby in the Sportsguard Suffolk FA Sunday Cup between Woolpack and Haverhill United Old Boys. The two teams will replay the fixture this Sunday and the winner will face a tough trip away to either Ferryboat from Felixstowe or Shotley Rose.

Struggling Division One sides Lavenham and Haverhill Snooker & Bowl met on Sunday with the Haverhill side registering their first success of the season with a 2-1 win.

In Divison Two, holders Mount Pleasant Reserves go top of the table after beating second-placed Lionhearts 2-1. In Division Three Figleaves go top of the table with a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Cornard Crusaders.

A much improved AFC Thurlow side for this season's campaign hold onto second place after a 3-3 draw with Club Bell who are yet to register a league win.

At the bottom of the table, Stoke by Clare are still winless after a 3-3 draw with Barnadiston Arms. In Division Four, Suffolk Punch put seven past a hapless Glemsford and Cavendish side to continue their charge for successive promotions.
Haverhill Rose Tavern lost to second placed Prince of Wales 3-1.

In Division Five, Woolpack Reserves recorded their second league victory of the season against Delaware Feather Angels who have lost all six of their league games this season.

Haverhill Town jump into second place after a 4-1 victory at Newton Orient, while Ben Piper's Barnadiston Arms Reserves finally got their first league win of the season with a comfortable 7-3 victory at home to Haverhill Ex-Serviceman's Club.

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