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WOODBRIDGE Town will start their defence of the Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup with a home tie.


The Woodpeckers will host Occold in the first round on Sunday, September 24th.

Haverhill Rovers, who they defeated in last season’s final, will be away to Moulton, who are a new side in this season’s competition.

There will be 22 first-round ties in this season’s competition, with 10 teams receiving byes through to round two.

Woodbridge Town (black & white striped shirts) are pictured above putting pressure on the Haverhill Rovers (red shirts) goal during their 8-1 win in last season's final at Needham Market FC.

Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup First-Round Draw: Long Melford v AFC Sudbury, AFC Hoxne v Stowupland Falcons, Woolverstone Utd v Foxhall Town, Bury Town Res v Stour Valley, Coplestonians v Ipswich Wanderers, Moulton v Haverhill Rovers, Sole Bay Utd v Framlingham Town, Ipswich Park v Trimley Sports & Social Club, Bramford Utd v Hadleigh Utd, AFC Chelmondiston v Ipswich Vale Exile Res, Aldeburgh v Spexhall Huntsman & Hounds, Waveney Athletic v Waveney, ETC Lowestoft v Lowestoft Casuals, Woodbridge Town v Occold, Walsham-le-Willows v Eye Saints, Kesgrave Kestrels v AFC Kesgrave, BOCA Norman Warriors v Pakefield Dynamos, Bury Town v West Gate Elks, Ipswich Vale Exiles v Whitton Utd, Wickham Market v Lowestoft Town, Trimley Sports & Social Club Res v Ipswich Revolution, Old Newton Utd v AFC Hoxne Res.

Byes: Coplestonians Res, Kedington, Martlesham Old Boys, Mendlesham, Mildenhall Town, Ransomes Sports, Ransomes Sports Res, Somersham, Stoke By Nayland, Whitton Colts.

Ties to be played on Sunday, September 24th 2023, kick-off 2pm.

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