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!
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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.