Brantham Athletic Reserves vs Team Bury- Preview- Suffolk FA Senior Cup- Saturday 11th November 2017- © Drew Kendall, 2017- Kickoff 2pm
How do the two teams fare in their most recent five games in 2017/18?
Brantham Athletic Reserves play in the Essex & Suffolk Border League Premier Division, where they have won 3 and lost 2 of their last five matches. The first of which saw them comfortably beat Dedham Old Boys First Team at home 4-1, with their second fixture of these five seeing them play Little Oakley Reserves, also at home, where Brantham ran out 3-2 winners. However, they did lose their following fixture, in a 5-1 home defeat to White Notley’s First Team (in a cup competition), and also slumped to defeat in a 11-0 loss at Coggeshall United, but have since bounced back, winning their most recent fixture 6-2 at home to White Notley’s First Team in the league.
Team Bury have lost three of their most recent five matches, seeing them lose 3-0 at Downham Town, with their last four matches, all of them at home, ending in a 1-6 loss to Whitton United, which their most recent defeat saw them fall to a 1-2 defeat to Kings Lynn Town Reserves. However, in the home side’s second to last home game they drew 2-2 with Norwich United Reserves, thanks to two quality strikes from Josh Revell and Oli Selfe, who both netted their maiden Team Bury goals, as they salvaged a point for their side in superb style. With their most recent home match seeing them battle from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Leiston Reserves, thanks to a brilliant lobbed effort from Oli Selfe, a confident penalty from Harry Moore, and a classy finish from Charlie Cook to send shockwaves down the visitor’s system.
This match will be played at Brantham Leisure Centre.
The address of the Leisure Centre is as follows:
Brantham Leisure Centre,
Travel From Ipswich (A137)
Should you be travelling south, from Ipswich by the A137, drive through Tattingstone, which when you arrive at Brantham turn left at the roundabout for B1070 on East Bergholt Rolt. Then, turn left at the T-Junction, before following this road round the sharp-right turn. Next, turn right, immediately, before the Village hall. Finally, follow this road, round a sharp left turn, where the leisure centre car park will be located on your right.
Referee: Euan Goodman
Assistant Referees: Granham Apperley & Thomas Ling.
Brantham Athletic Reserves Squad-
jay louis eggerichs
Samuel (Sam) Felgate
Team Bury Squad