The sad news coming from the SIL this week is that Westerfield have resigned from the league meaning that the Senior Division is now down to 15 clubs with the league table adjusted accordingly. The Swans have had difficulties fielding in fielding a side and suffered a series of heavy defeats culminating in last Saturday’s 14-0 home loss to Coplestonians which ultimately proved to be their final game of the campaign.
On to this Saturday and Henley lead the Senior Division table from Halesworth having played a game less. The Hens have an away game at Claydon who now prop up the table. Halesworth go to Old Newton.
Third-placed Trimley Red Devils are also on their travels as they make the trip to Stowupland.
Ten points from their last four games has seen Sporting 87 move up the table as they take on Tattingstone at the Victory Ground.
Coplestonians host Debenham with both sides having virtually identical records. Debenham are a place higher in sixth due to scoring more goals.
Haughley have a home game against Ransomes while Leiston St Margarets take on Wickham Market.
The top two in Division One meet at Cavendish Hall where Thurston welcome Somersham. The Bluesocks are 13 points clear though Somersham have four games in hand.
AFC Kesgrave host Woolverstone in a reverse of last week’s Junior Cup fixture which Woolverstone won 3-1.
Achilles have a home game against Grundisburgh while Saxmundham host Cockfield and Bacton play Stanton.
In Division Two leaders Sporting 87 Reserves are without a game which means that the winners of the match between Elmswell and Coplestonians Reserves will almost certainly go top.
Two other promotion candidates meet as Kesgrave Kestrels take on Wenhaston while Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s host Great Blakenham.
Stonham Aspal play Claydon Reserves and Bardwell entertain Ipswich Athletic with both sides looking for their first league win of the season