Despite their run of defeats, Spalding men’s first team can be pleased with their efforts in their debut season in Premier B.
They set out to achieve a top-five finish and having reached the 30-point mark, Spalding took an opportunity to blood some homegrown young talent with a view to next year’s campaign.
Saturday’s trip to Ipswich and East Suffolk was a bit of a non-event with both teams, who were promoted together from Division One, content with their achievements.
Spalding were light on experience and once again added young players to their squad.
Stuart Cunnington was on target for Spalding but the home side took the honours on the day with the same 5-1 scoreline as the game at Glen Park in November.
The ladies first team lost 3-0 to mid-table Norwich Dragons.