Bungay set for Stratton visit
BUNGAY Town had no game last weekend. Tomorrow (Saturday) they are away to Long Stratton (kick-off 2.30pm).Bungay Reserves, who lost 4-2 (Billy Davies, Matt Holmes) to Sheringham Reserves on Saturday, entertain Hoveton Wherrymen tomorrow (kick-off 2.
BUNGAY Town had no game last weekend. Tomorrow (Saturday) they are away to Long Stratton (kick-off 2.30pm).
Bungay Reserves, who lost 4-2 (Billy Davies, Matt Holmes) to Sheringham Reserves on Saturday, entertain Hoveton Wherrymen tomorrow (kick-off 2.30pm). Bungay A visit Pakefield Reunited.
On Sunday the Sunday first team visit Mettingham (kick-off 10.30am), while the Reserves are at Fressingfield in the Players' Aid Shield semi-finals.
Bungay Veterans play Kirkley and Pakefield away on Sunday in the League Cup fourth round. Meanwhile, Bungay Ladies visit Swanton.
Tuesday's planned Wightman-King Cup semi-final between Bungay and Wenhaston had to be postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
It will now be played on Wednesday, March 10, with the other semi-final Loddon v Wortwell, on Tuesday. Both kick-off at 7.30pm, at the Maltings Meadow.
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On Thursday evening Bungay U18s are at home to Harford Tornadoes (kick-off 7.45pm).