After over a month without a game Waveney returned to action on Saturday as they travelled to Long Stratton who were two places above them in fifth in the Premier Division table.
Waveney continued their recent run of victories away from home with another good display.
Another good away performance saw Waveney come away with all the points against a strong and talented Wroxham Reserves outfit.
A much-improved display after a couple of poor performances saw Waveney convincingly beat Hellesdon away from home.
Waveney’s hopes of gaining revenge against Achilles was quickly extinguished as the current Suffolk Senior Cup holders had too much class for the former winners.
Waveney have moved quickly to replace the departing Stewart Larter who has joined Gorleston as first team manager.
Waveney suffered heartbreak as two late Stalham goals saw their visitors snatch all three points in Saturday’s Anglian Combination Premier Division clash at Saturn Close.
Waveney had to settle for a point from a 3-3 draw as hosts Blofield pegged them back three times in their second Anglian Combination Premier Division game of the season.
After two disappointing home performances and defeats Waveney bounced back to form with an impressive win at Caister.
Waveney had a disappointing Easter, suffering two home defeats to slip down to fifth in the Anglian Combination Premier Division table.
After last week’s win over Caister, Waveney felt they had turned a corner with their home form – but more mistakes saw them lose to a well organised Acle United side.
Waveney lost for the first time in nine league matches as they ended up well beaten by title favourites Spixworth.
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