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AFC Sudbury 2 - Harlow 1
Ilford 1 - ETFC 4

Gazza to get round the marathon course in 5 hours 48 minutes and 15 seconds.

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AFC Sudbury 0 - Harlow 0
Ilford 0 - ETFC 2

Gazza to get round the marathon course in 5 hours 48 minutes and 14 seconds.

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Afc Sudbury to play Harlow and Ilford to play Enfield Town.

In temperatures of the low twenties. Gazza to get to the start line on time.

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Nothing less for me than that great game on mon 28th April 2003 in the ESL when we beat Ilford 7 - 0 at the Cricklefield. Goal Scorers Peter Ulatowski 3; Daniel Clarke; Martin St Hillaire; Bradley Brotherton and Daniel Alleyne - What a great day that was Johnny Ridout presented with the cup! The pictures in the ETFC archive bring it all back.

In my view we cannot bank on AFC Sudbury winning. I predict AFC Sudbury 1 Harlow Town FC 2 with James Bunn scoring both.

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AFC Suds 1 Harlow 1
Ilford 0 Town 1

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Sudbury have really been getting their game together since we played each other....they are looking a different outfit now. However....they have two crucial players out of tomorrows game.
Still think we should win though.
Ilfords pitch is rock hard and very very bobbly. Playing a passing game will be very difficult.
Suds 2 Harlow 1
Ilford 0 ETFC 1

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Originally Posted By: sudburyroyal

Ilfords pitch is rock hard and very very bobbly. Playing a passing game will be very difficult.
Suds 2 Harlow 1
Ilford 0 ETFC 1


Well thats Ilfords game plan gone now, they'll have to go for the long hopeful punt upfield now, how will they manage to cope with this new style of play doh

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We got 6 goals at Ilford this season and should have had more, no doubt the easiest win we've had all season.

Watch out for the Fox !!




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