Henley now have a two point advantage at the top of the Senior Division after Trimley Red Devils secured a point in Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw at Coplestonians. The Hens can extend their lead to five points with a home win over Wickham Market on Saturday.
Halesworth are in third place, just ahead of Ransomes on goal difference. They have an away trip to East Bergholt while Ransomes entertain Debenham at Sidegate Avenue.
There is a local derby in Mid-Suffolk with Stowupland Falcons hosting Old Newton.
Tattingstone entertain a Sporting 87 outfit who are unbeaten in their last five games while in the other Senior Division fixture Leiston St Margarets host Haughley.
Unbeaten Division One leaders Thurston are back in action with a home game against Grundisburgh. A win for Saxmundham in their home fixture against Woolverstone would move them up to second as Somersham are without a game. Meanwhile bottom side Capel Plough take on Bacton United.
Sporting 87 Reserves are out in front in Division Two but they have a potentially tough game at Coplestonians Reserves.
Great Blakenham Chequers are also in action as they welcome Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s. The other Division Two game is due to be played at Rattlesden where Stonham Aspal take on promotion-chasing Wenhaston.
In Division Three the top three sides are without a game which means that Gipping Gnats could make up some ground if they can beat visitors Framlingham Town ‘A’.
Bottom side Ransomes Sports Reserves have a home fixture against Laxfield. Trimley Red Devils Reseves take on East Bergholt Reserves while Bacton United Reserves play host to AFC Kesgrave Reserves.