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Blues book Leiston tie

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:30 11 May 2010

TUESDAY evening's victory over Diss Town has set the Meadow up for another intriguing clash with the much-fancied Leiston side in the first round of the Ridgeons League Cup.

TUESDAY evening's victory over Diss Town has set the Meadow up for another intriguing clash with the much-fancied Leiston side in the first round of the Ridgeons League Cup.

Tomorrow the league leading Blues are at home again in the league when Harwich & Parkeston are the visitors.

It will be a personal milestone for Ross King who is set to make his 300th appearance for the Blues. He has scored a total of 85 goals in those games.

A bumper crowd is expected at the game, which is being sponsored by Waveney Youth FC who have distributed free tickets to all their numerous young players.

The Blues this week have also sealed the transfer of former French Under 21 international and Norwich City star Cedric Anselin.

He is expected to make his first appearance in a Blue shirt for the Reserves tomorrow when they travel to Braintree Town Reserves in the second leg of the Chell Trophy first round.

The Reserves maintained their 100pc start to the season last Saturday with a 3-1 away victory over Felixstowe & Walton United Reserves.

The Youth team produces a scintillating display to make progress in the FA Youth Cup with a 4-1 away victory over Cornard United Youth.

They now meet Walsham-le-Willows Youth at home in the next round. on Wednesday.

The Under 17 squad had another convincing win last Sunday defeating Swindell Juniors 9-2. Christy Finch hit six goals with the others coming from Daniel Bathgate, Robert Kane and Andy Stacey. This Sunday they entertain Sole Bay United at the Denes High School, kick off 10.30am.

On Friday, the club is hosting a free family disco at the refurbished social club from 7.30pm.

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