Ash Canham led the way with a hat-trick on Saturday as the Black Dogs put a poor Watton side to the sword in an Anglian Combination Division One game.
A charity set up to honour the legacy of a popular sportsman has told of its positive impact on the community, one year on from his death.
Comfortably 2-0 ahead with nine minutes to go on Saturday, the Black Dogs looked set for a place in the second round of the Anglian Combination Senior Knock-Out Cup.
Bungay’s ladies’ fashion shop Muse has won the Town Reeve’s window display competition organised in support of Bungay Town’s appearance in the Suffolk Senior Cup Final last Friday evening.
Bungay Town boss Richard Daniels described his side’s task in the Suffolk Senior Cup final as a ‘David versus Goliath’ encounter.
Bungay Town take on Woodbridge Town at Portman Road, Ipswich, in the final of the Suffolk Senior Cup on Friday night – and they intend to enjoy it.
Bungay residents are being urged to get behind their football team as the club prepares for its biggest day for 55 years.
A charitable trust set up in memory of a much-loved Beccles footballer has hit the ground running with a flood of donations.
Ditchingham youngster Elizabeth Way is ready to take the next step to fulfil her dream of becoming a professional footballer after receiving an FA call-up to attend a national training camp this weekend.
Bungay Town’s eagerly awaited Suffolk Senior Cup semi-final tie tomorrow has been postponed - their third call-off in eight days adding to further problems in their already crowded fixture list.
Goals from Jack, Ethan, Alexander and four from Connor kept Great Yarmouth Town in fourth position in Under-16 Division One of the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League.
Bungay Town had yet another blank Saturday as their Suffolk Senior Cup quarter-final tie at Lakenheath fell victim to a waterlogged pitch — adding to an already grim fixture pile-up.
Cup football again took centre stage in the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League last weekend.
After a couple of weekends that were ruined by the weather the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League got back into full swing with a programme of cup and shield football.
For the third time in a row, Bungay Town had a league game postponed on Saturday.
Bungay Town beat Anglian Combination Premier Division side Long Stratton 4-0 in a friendly on Saturday as part of a club day at the Maltings Meadow on Saturday.
With the first team’s visit to Stalham Town called off because of a frozen pitch Beccles Town Reserves took centre stage on Saturday.
The annual Bungay Town Dinner, a tradition which dates back centuries, was once again held at the town’s Fisher Theatre.
Thousands of people have enjoyed the chance to buy Christmas gifts and get in the festive mood at the same time in a Suffolk market town.
Knock-out football dominated the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League development age groups last weekend.
Winter finally arrived last weekend, with a combination of heavy rain and cold winds causing many Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League games to be either postponed or abandoned.
A fine second half goal from Kevin Riches brought Bungay a deserved win at Walmer Road - and put them in good heart for a big derby clash.
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