Town Face Lowestoft in Premier Cup
Thursday, 7th Feb 2013 20:10
Reinstated Town will face Ryman League Premier Division Lowestoft Town in the semi-finals of the Suffolk Premier Cup on a date yet to be set. The Blues were readmitted to the competition after their quarter-final opponents Felixstowe and Walton were controversially kicked out of the competition for fielding an ineligible player during their 2-1 victory last month.
Town, who field a reserves side in the Premier Cup, were the first name out of the hat but have generally played all their games away from home in the competition. Leiston face Bury Town in the other semi-final tie.
The Blues beat Walsham-le-Willows 5-1 away in the first round.
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