EAST Bergholt United knocked out higher-league Haverhill Borough in the CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup on Saturday.
The Macron SIL Senior Division side defeated their Thurlow Nunn League Division One South visitors 2-1 at Gandish Road.
They were the only one of four SIL sides to get the better of Thurlow Nunn League opposition, with AFC Sudbury Reserves, Debenham Leisure Centre and Ipswich Wanderers all knocking out SIL sides.
Both Sudbury sides in this season’s competition progressed, with Sudbury Sports, who play in the Essex & Suffolk Border League Premier Division, triumphing 3-1 at Coplestonians.
However, Felixstowe & Walton United Reserves of the ESBL were humbled 6-2 at SIL opponents Old Newton United.
Waveney, the 2015-16 winners, returned from Brandon Town with a 2-1 victory, while fellow Anglian Combination Premier Division outfit Beccles Town won 2-1 at Haughley United.
Anglian Combination Division One side Bungay Town went down 4-2 at SIL side Bildeston Rangers. Bungay goalkeeper Ben Vincent is pictured above saving a penalty from Bildeston player-manager David 'Bart' Lorimer. Photograph: Shaun Cole.
There were also wins for SIL sides Achilles, Henley Athletic and Trimley Red Devils against SIL opponents.
The draw for the second round will be announced via the Suffolk FA Twitter feed at 3.30pm on Monday.
Bramford Road Old Boys and Saxmundham Sports are through to the third round of this season’s Parkers Pitches Suffolk Junior Cup.
BROB beat Ipswich Athletic, the 2014-15 winners, 6-1 and will now entertain holders Stowupland Falcons.
Saxmundham Sports, meanwhile, required penalties before knocking out Grundisburgh, and will now travel to last season’s runners-up Mutford & Wrentham in round three.
Woodbridge Town Reserves, winners of the Suffolk Senior Reserve Cup in each of the past two seasons, are out of this season’s competition. They lost 4-1 at home to Framlingham Town Reserves.
There were also wins for Stowmarket Town Reserves and Coplestonians Reserves against Hadleigh United Reserve and Westerfield United Reserves respectively.
Six ties were completed in the Suffolk Sunday Trophy, with Bacton United 89 finding the net eight times away to Northam Celtic.
The draw for the quarter-finals will be announced via the Suffolk FA Twitter feed at 3pm on Monday.
CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup First Round: Achilles 3 Capel Plough 1, AFC Sudbury Res 4 Westerfield Utd 0, Benhall St Mary 1 Debenham LC 2, Bildeston Rangers 4 Bungay Town 2, Brandon Town 1 Waveney 2, Coplestonians 1 Sudbury Sports 3, East Bergholt Utd 2 Haverhill Borough 1, Framlingham Town 0 Needham Market Res 1, Haughley Utd 1 Beccles Town 2, Henley Athletic 2 Halesworth Town 0, Leiston St Margarets 2 Ipswich Wanderers 10, Old Newton Utd 6 Felixstowe & Walton Utd Res 2, Ransomes Sports 1 Trimley Red Devils 4.
Parkers Pitches Suffolk Junior Cup Second Round: Bramford Road Old Boys 6 Ipswich Athletic 1, Grundisburgh 2 Saxmundham Sports 2 – Saxmundham Sports won 4-2 on pens.
Suffolk Senior Reserve Cup Second Round: Stowmarket Town Res 3 Hadleigh Utd Res 1, Westerfield Utd Res 1 Coplestonians Res 7, Woodbridge Town Res 1 Framlingham Town Res 4.
Suffolk Sunday Trophy Third Round: AFC Claydon 3 Bury Bisons 2, Great Barton v Cherrytree – Away Win Walkover, Martlesham Old Boys 4 Ipswich Elite 1, Northam Celtic 1 Bacton Utd 89 8, Real Suffolk 1 Eye Saints Youth 5, Tollgate 3 Thetford Wanderers 2, Thurston 0 Coldham Hall 0 – Thurston won 3-1 on pens.