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The WTFC Women's team will get their County Cup campaign going, hosting Lakenheath Casuals FC

Overall nine new teams will take part in this season’s MH Goals Suffolk Women’s Cup, with seven of them will be involved in the first round, with Capel Plough playing Brantham Athletic Reserves and Haverhill Town entertaining AFC Sudbury Reserves.

Bury Town, who are returning to the competition, will welcome AFC Sudbury, the 2021-22 winners.

Meanwhile Woodbridge will be hosting Lakenheath Casuals on September 17th witch a 2pm kick off.

A total of 25 teams will be taking part in the2023-24 edition, with nine first-round ties and seven teams having a bye, including holders Needham Market and Bungay Town, who they beat 6-0 in last season’s final.

MH Goals Suffolk Women’s Cup First-Round Draw: Leiston St Margarets v Brantham Athletic, Bury Town v AFC Sudbury, Waveney v Beccles Town Development, Woodbridge Town v Lakenheath Casuals, Ipswich Vale Exiles v AFC Kesgrave, Ipswich Valley Rangers v Coplestonians, Sudbury Sports v Stowupland Falcons, Capel Plough v Brantham Athletic Res, Haverhill Town v AFC Sudbury Res.

Byes: Bacton Utd, Bungay Town, Framlingham Town, Halesworth Town, Kesgrave Kestrels, Needham Market, Needham Market Res.

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