Half-time in Division 1

Division 1 of the Suffolk League has now reached the halfway point, with each team having played five matches against the other teams in the division.  This gives a pretty good idea of the likely candidates for the title and relegation, come the end of the season.  But there’s still all to play for!


Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points
Ipswich A 5 3 2 0 13
Bury St Edmunds A 5 2 3 0 13
Ipswich B 5 3 0 2 10½
Manningtree 5 1 3 1
Ipswich C 5 1 2 2
Sudbury 5 0 0 5

At the foot of the table Sudbury appear to have a mountain to climb if they want to survive in Division 1 for another season.   At the opposite end, the two unbeaten teams face each other on 15 January, so we may see a clear leader emerging then.

The Player of the Season statistics show Shaun Munson (Ipswich A) in the lead on 90% (4½/5), closely followed by Kevin Greenacre (Ipswich B) and Steve Ruthen (Bury St Edmunds A), both on 87.5% (3½/4).

The Division 3 table will appear soon, whilst in Division 2 one match had to be postponed due to freezing fog.   There won’t be a clear picture as one of the teams affected, Saxmundham A, is striving for promotion.

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