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Sudbury Boss Pleased With Performance

David Batch, manager of Ryman League Division One North club AFC Sudbury, declared himself pleased with his team's performance against Ryman League Premier Division side Lowestoft Town, dismissing the result as unimportant.

Batch (pictured) said: "The game was about players taking on information and it will be the same on Friday, it's about which players can take on the information. I've learnt a lot about certain individuals tonight.

"We could have played a lower league side and won 5-0 but I would not have learnt a lot.

"I was pleased with the players, we had some triallists and had a couple of under-18s in there and they did well.

"We will have perhaps slightly fewer players for Friday's game and it will be good to play against a Football League side."

Batch stated that one of the players who played in the Lowestoft game, defender Josh Carus, who was previously with Wroxham, is likely to sign for the club before the end of this week.

Ex-AFC man Jamie Griffiths, who played 45 minutes, is still getting himself fit after recently leaving Kettering Town. He also said that due to a change in his personal circumstances, Nathan Clarke feels he cannot now commit to the club, while both Russell Pond and Robbie Martin will not play for the club this season.



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