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Dave Theobald
Leyton Orient loanee Charley Baker on the ball in Soham's 1-0 defeat at AFC Hornchurch last weekend. PHOTO: Andy Burford

Soham Town Rangers player-manager Robbie Mason has called on his players to stand up and be counted ahead of a vital bottom-of-the-table showdown in the Ryman North Division this weekend.

Leyton Orient loanee Charley Baker couldn't prevent Soham Town Rangers falling to a narrow 1-0 defeat to AFC Hornchurch on Saturday afternoon. PHOTO: Tim Edwards

Robbie Mason is still without a win as Soham Town Rangers manager after AFC Hornchurch condemned the Greens to their ninth defeat in 12 Ryman North Division Encounters.

Robbie Mason
Matty Simpson netted Ely City's equaliser in their 1-1 draw at Long Melford. PHOTO: Steve Williams

Ely City boss Brady Stone was pleased to see his side fight back from a goal down to take a point at Long Melford last Saturday.

Matty Simpson
Danny Emmington is recovering at home after suffering severe whiplash and concussion following a clash of heads with Ely City's George Darling on Tuesday night. PHOTO: Wisbech St Mary FC

Ely City boss Brady Stone says he was relieved to hear that Wisbech St Mary’s Danny Emmington had not suffered a serious injury after the defender was taken to hospital during the sides’ Cambs Invitation Cup semi-final on Tuesday night.

Brady Stone
Brady Stone.

Brady Stone admits he lost his discipline after he was sent to the stands in Ely City’s narrow defeat to local rivals Newmarket Town last night.

Tom Williams

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Flora Hayes, who was victorious at the British Show Pony Society’s Suffolk Area Points Party. PHOTO: King's Ely

Talented young rider Flora Hayes has brought a haul of prizes back home to Ely.

Richard Collinson, on Muchadoaboutnothing, triumphed in bizarre style in the Young Horse Maiden race at Cottenham last weekend. PHOTO: Graham Bishop

Point-to-point fans were treated to one of the most bizarre victories of the season at Cottenham last weekend.

Chairman of Ely City Hockey Club, Gemma Mott, and president, Trevor Hopkinson. They are appealing to the public to help them raise £100,000 so the club can replace its aging astro turf pitches. PHOTO: Seb Pearce

Over 100 of the city’s finest hockey talents could be forced to play elsewhere unless Ely City Hockey Club can find £100,000 to resurface its pitch.

The City of Ely Swimming Club.

The City of Ely Swimming Club added more medals to their already impressive haul at the Cambridgeshire County Championships last month.

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Ely's Greg Harlow.

Both Greg Harlow and Ellen Falkner fell at the final hurdle in the Just World Indoor Bowls Championships.

Greg Harlow

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