ASSINGTON and Lavenham will meet in a local derby in the quarter-finals of this season’s Suffolk Sunday Trophy.
The two teams currently occupy the top two places in the Treadfirst Sudbury & Haverhill District Sunday League, Assington leading by three points, although Lavenham have a game in hand.
Lavenham have netted five goals in each of their two wins away from home in this season’s competition, winning 5-2 at AFC Claydon and then 5-0 at Eastbury Eagles in the last round.
Assington, meanwhile, have scored 11 goals in three ties, seeing off White Horse Crusaders 3-0, Northam Celtic 5-1 and Elmswell Youth 3-1 en route to the last eight.
Felixstowe side Hardy, eighth in Division Two, will be at home to Great Blakenham Chequers Reserves, ninth in Division Four, in an all-Ipswich Sunday Morning League tie.
Holders Bardwell Sports, third in the Premier Logos Bury & District Sunday League, will host Stoke by Clare, who are third in the Treadfirst Sudbury & Haverhill District Sunday League.
The remaining match will see Haverhill & Hove Albion meet the winners of the Monarchs and Kings Arms tie, which has been rescheduled for November 25th.
Suffolk Sunday Trophy Quarter-Final draw: Haverhill & Hove Albion v Monarchs or The Kings Arms, Hardy v Great Blakenham Chequers Res, Bardwell Sports v Stoke By Clare, Assington v Lavenham.
Ties to be played on Sunday, February 10th 2019, kick-offs 10.30am.