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Rovers completed their season with a disappointing defeat away at Gorleston in a defeat that, on balance, flattered the home team as they bulked the
With Haverhill securing their Premier Division status in last week’s draw at Mildenhall and with Diss already relegated this game had a real end of
After a couple of decent home performances over the last 10 days Rovers faced a tricky trip to Mildenhall on Saturday as they continued their quest to
After a warm sunny day a dry bumpy end of season pitch greeted both teams for this Tuesday evening fixture at The New Croft.
After Saturdays defeat at Brantham the threat of being sucked into a relegation battle made this game a real six pointer on Easter Monday.
Rovers’ first team faced top of the form table Brantham on Saturday as they looked pick up some much needed points for a stress free final few weeks
A much more convincing Haverhill performance than their 8-1 loss in the reverse fixture 18 days earlier saw them take a point at Ipswich.
Newmarket Town hosted the final match of the A11 Ground Hop organised by the Thurlow Nunn League with a 6pm kick off. The day started at Thetford
With both teams having the same points in the league this season a 0-0 draw seemed almost inevitable, neither side really carving out an opportunity
An Ipswich side, who had five of their goals netted by Josh Mayhew, run rampant against Haverhill on their home territory to inflict the worst defeat
A single goal from Charlie Sigler, his first for Haverhill, near the end of the first half proved to be enough to give his side all three points,
A ten minute second half spell was the key of a result that many would have predicted was on the cards, table toppers Norwich recording their tenth
The old adage of a game of two halves came to mind with this result, Haverhill wondering why they weren’t 3-0 up at the break and Wivenhoe netting a
After several volunteers worked hard to clear slow the previous day they may have regretted it after Haverhill went down to their joint second biggest
Basement side Ely held out for a point against Haverhill, the home side getting their first point of 2015 and the away side drawing their fourth game
Fourth placed Kirkley shared the points with mid table Haverhill, the hosts thinking they’d done enough to get all three points until a Dan Cornwell
Neither side could find a break through in this game, one that saw both sides cancel each out for most of the ninety minutes
4 years ago
A quick, but goalless, first half made way for a goal filled second that saw Clacton’s early two goal lead extinguished by Haverhill and the away
Haverhill secured their third win in a row, James Murray and Martyn Farrant scoring their first goals for the club, at the expense of Mildenhall,
Haverhill’s second win on the bounce sent Diss down to their third defeat in a row, a brace by Dan Cornwell setting the away side on their way.
A 90th minute free kick from Marc Abbott gave Haverhill the win against ten men Wivenhoe, leaving the away side with no win in their last 8 matches
Another good performance by Haverhill unfortunately left them without any points, despite them going ahead in the opening quarter of an hour,
Two goals in the last ten minutes gave Felixstowe a share of the points against ten man Haverhill, all four goals coming in the second period.
Haverhill notched up their first win under player-manager Michael Shinn to send Brantham to their third defeat in four games.
Haverhill’s cup bids for the season are over after two late Walsham goals ended a game that seemed destined to go into extra time.
A spirited and gritty second half performance by ten man Haverhill saw them overcome their 1-0 deficit and salvage a point from this game.
Haverhill’s FA Vase challenge is over after they were beaten at Essex Senior League side Bowers & Pitsea.
Godmanchester were too much for Haverhill as they gained revenge for their 1-0 defeat to their opponents from the previous month.
A controversial penalty kick, a goalkeeper being sent off, a 2-0 lead surrendered and two chances at the death all made for a very interesting game
Ten minutes at the end of the first half sealed Haverhill’s fate and sent Mildenhall through to the next round of this competition.
An excellent team display by the away side, arguably their best of the season, saw them defeat Thetford, the away side’s two late goals being scant
A reinvigorated Haverhill side picked up only their second of the season as they Godmanchester’s league woes away from home continued.
FC Clacton took the points at the New Croft although the scoreline was a bit hard on the young home team.
Mental and physical tiredness from our young players is telling the tale of the result tonight rather than Stanway being outstanding.
First home game following the change in manager sees Rovers achieve their first win of the season with yet more U18s featuring in the team.
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