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Mark Nolan took all six singles as they beat Boreham 7--3 and Danbury C by 6--4.
Dave Hutley was also unbeaten against Boreham A which included a mind-blowing 21--16, 8--21, 34--32 success over Edward Cook.
The game between Danbury B and SJP B was another close affair which ended in a 5--5 draw.
The SJP lads had to rely on a topsy- turvy 6--21, 21--8, 22--20 victory for league stalwart John Wickers over Peter Hance to secure their share of the points from the last game of the evening.
Suffolk Premier Cup semi-final Cornard denied by Williams goal Cornard United 1 Sudbury Town 1 CORNARD United were desperately close to pulling off a famous victory, with cup holders Sudbury being saved by a late goal to force a replay, writes ALAN COCKSEDGE.
The Beazer Homes League visitors have displayed a knack this season of stealing last-gasp cup match goals, and it was another 89th minute affair which helped check Cornard for the second time in two months.
A last minute goal also sunk United at Priory Stadium in the recent East Anglian Cup clash between the local rivals.
Last night the Jewson League team put up a tremendously committed performance to underline their quality and give the visiting attackers and mid-field men a hard time.