THE SCENE is set for ‘Super Sunday’ in Sudbury this weekend.
The Wardale Williams Stadium, home of AFC Sudbury, will stage three county cup finals on Sunday.
The Suffolk FA Sunday Trophy Final will get the ball rolling at 10.15am when Lavenham and Haverhill Borough, who both play in Division Three of the Sudbury & Haverhill District Sunday League, face each other.
Lavenham overcame Bury & District Sunday League side Horringer Social Club 4-1 in their semi-final at Haverhill Rovers FC.
Haverhill Borough, meanwhile, beat Ipswich Sunday Football League side Elmsett United 4-3 in their semi-final tie at Long Melford FC.
This will be followed by the Suffolk FA Sunday Shield Final which is an all-Ipswich Sunday Football League affair between Leiston Orient and Rushmere Lions, starting at 1pm.
Leiston Orient edged their semi-final 1-0 against Eastern Electricity Old Boys, also of the Ipswich Sunday Football League, at Felixstowe & Walton United FC.
Rushmere Lions won their last-four tie with Whelnetham of the Bury & District Sunday League 3-2 at Old Newton United FC.
The third final will be the Suffolk FA Veterans’ Cup Final, kicking-off at 3.45pm, which sees Woodbridge Town and Bury Town, who both play in the Norfolk & Suffolk Veterans’ League, meet for the third year in a row.
Woodbridge Town required extra time before beating Barham Athletic 3-1 at Pauls Sports Club in Ipswich, while Bury Town won 3-1 against Westbourne Warriors at Stowmarket Town FC.
The new cup finals podium, designed and built by Bury St Edmunds-based company MAJIsign, will be in use for the first time for all three finals.
Entrance to the finals is £4 for adults and £2 for concessions.
A souvenir programme, priced £1.50, will be on sale.
The Veterans' Cup, Sunday Shield and Sunday Trophy are all pictured above.