Harrow Borough 1 Leiston 1
After a bright start which saw leading scorer Craig Parker open the scoring after eighteen minutes, the Blues were pegged back in first half stoppage time following a goal from Steve Butterworth. Despite an entertaining second period, neither side could force a winner.
Leiston 0 Wealdstone 2
A goal in either half ensured Wealdstone continued their relentless march towards the Ryman Premier Division title.
Photos from the game are available in the gallery section. Thanks to John Heald.
Saxmundham based Ipswich Town midfielder Tom Winter has joined the Blues on loan ahead of Saturday's big clash with leaders Wealdstone, subject to paperwork clearance.
19 year old Tom is a third year scholar at Portman Road and has recently recovered from a nasty injury and arrives for a second stint at Victory Road initially until the end of the season. Tom was previously at the club at this stage last season where he impressed scoring four goals in six appearances and will go straight into Saturday's squad.
Our thanks to Sally Webb and Ipswich Town for their assistance with the necessary documentation.
Leiston U21 0 Enfield Town U21 2
A goal in either half condemned the Blues to their first defeat of 2014.
Ryman League Veterans Cup Quarter Final
Leiston 0 Kingstonian 2
A tale of two penalties and two sending off's as the Blues crashed out of the Ryman League Veterans Cup. An early chance for the hosts from the spot that resulted in the visitors being reduced to ten men was missed by Steve Copping. Then after the ten men had taken the lead, they doubled their lead from the spot after Jason Drew was dismissed. Kingstonian will now face Northwood in the Semi Finals.