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29.04.2014 at 19:30 AFC Sudbury Attendance: 457
Felixstowe & Walton Utd
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Bury Town
Referee: Ady Sannerude Suffolk Premier Cup / Final-match

Goalscorers
Danny Thrower (32) Anthony Roulston (17)
Tom Bullard (65)
Joe Whight (68)
Liam Wales (86)
Opening squads
Danny Crump
Lewis Pemberton
Josh Hewitt
Andrew CRUMP
Rhys Barber
Dan Davis
Tom Dew
Bradley Barber
Jordan Matthews
Ben Cranfield
Danny Thrower
Marcus Garnham
Russell Short
Miles Smith
Tom Bullard
Joe Whight
Seb Dunbar
Callum Bennett
Daniel Cunningham
Jordan Patrick
Ross Bailey
Anthony Roulston
Substitutes
Arron Sheppard
Ryan Clark
Miles Powell
Darius Laws
Ryan Birchfield
Jake Hayhoe
Tevan Allen
John Kennedy
Tanner Call
Liam Wales
Substitutions
Powell for A Crump (69)
Clark for Hewitt (78)
Sheppard on for Dew (87)
Liam Wales -> Jordan Patrick (60)
John Kennedy -> Daniel Cunningham (76)
Yellow cards
Ben Cranfield (40)
Dan Davis (61)
Daniel Cunningham (40)
Red cards
Dan Davis (84) None.
Match report | Preview
Bury Town retained the Suffolk Premier Cup with a 4-1 victory over Felixstowe & Walton United but made to fight every inch of the way by their Thurlow Nunn opponents in an entertaining final.
Felixstowe started well and Garnham was quickly off his line to deny Thomas Drew, before Bury took the lead after 17 minutes when Anthony Roulston rose to bullet home a header from Danny Cunningham pin point cross.
Felixstowe responded well, but few clear chances were created at either end with a header by Russell Short that was saved by Daniel Crump the closest effort.
Felixstowe deservedly equalised on 32 minutes when the ever dangerous Danny Thrower cut in from the right and unleashed a 20 yard drive past Garnham.
Garnham then saved brilliantly from Thrower as Felixstowe pushed forward, with Ben Cranfield firing over from close range as the half drew to a close.
 
Half Time: Bury Town 1 Felixstowe and Walton United 1
 
Felixstowe started the second half in lively fashion and thought they had taken the lead when Cranfield converted from Bradley Barbers free kick, but it was ruled out for offside. Cranfield was again denied when Garnham made a great save as he ran in on goal
Bury then missed a great chance to take the lead when Crump saved a shot, and the rebound fell to Rouslton but he crashed his shot against the post from close range.
Bury did however take the lead on 65 minutes when Tom Bullard poked the ball home in a goalmouth scramble following a Cunningham free kick. Roulston flicked the ball on inside the six yard box and after taking a touch, the Bury skipper made no mistake from close range.
Thee minute later The Blues got a third when Joe Whight volleyed into the roof of the net giving Crump no chance from 12 yards after a Cunningham corner was wiped into the box.
Felixstowe continued to press but rarely troubled Garnham and with 6 minutes remaining Felixstowe were reduced to ten men when Daniel Davis was sent off following a handling offence in the box. Daniel Crump then saved Joe Whights resultant penalty, but Bury were not do be denied what turned out to be a comprehensive win when Liam Wales went on a fine run down the wing and finished the game by slotting the ball coolly into the corner of the net.
Bury Town will be engraved on the Cup for the 13th time, but Felixstowe pushed the Blues all the way but Bury were clinical in front of goal and end the season with a trophy for the 5th successive season.

Full Time: Bury Town 4 Felixstowe and Walton United 1