AFC ReservesMatch Report
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Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 | Attendance
AFC Reserves 3 - 1 Haverhill Rovers Reserves
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This evening’s Chell Trophy West Suffolk Group Match was vital to both sides with both sides needing a victory to have a chance to progress as Group winners to the Semi–Final stages – only the four Group winners doing so.
Before this match Haverhill were in first place with 7 points from 3 games, AFC Sudbury were second with 6 from 3 and Walsham-Le-Willows were third with 4 points from 2 matches, so by winning both their remaining games they could go through whatever – intriguing position for all concerned.
This game saw the return to football of Jemel Fox after 56 day (8 weeks) suspension and the debut of John Camfield a recent signing from West Wratting.
Sudbury badly needed to get back into the swing of things after a bad display in the league last Saturday against Brightlingsea Regent. This they did with good performances throughout the side with Jemel Fox quickly getting back into the game he loves after the long suspension but possibly it was Dan Swain who was the pick of a good bunch.
It was an exciting and competitive game with good football coming from both sides, well refereed by Adie Dawson, whose calming authority aided to a good game, with no ‘nasty incidents that can occur in these important local game
AFC Sudbury run out winners by three goals to one with Sudbury’s goals coming from Jemel Fox with two followed by a penalty converted by Ryan Kent.
Checking the Group results after the game it was found that Long Melford had held Walsham-Le-willows to a 1-1 draw away at Summer Road in front of a gate of 18 (there were 85 at King’s Marsh) which meant that AFC Sudbury finished top of the table as Walsham could not now overtake them. Well done to The Reserves who continue their interest in The Chell Trophy in 2012 – meaning at least one more additional game for the fans to savour.
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