Swaffham Town's disappointing run continued on Saturday when they went down 3-0 at Long Melford.
Swaffham Town's interest in national competitions is over for another season after a 2-0 defeat at Mildenhall Town on Saturday.
It has been a frustrating few days for Swaffham Town, with two defeats against high quality opposition being compounded by what looks like a serious injury for Alex Vincent.
It has been a mixed week for Swaffham Town with a great win in the league at neighbours Thetford Town being followed by an exit at the first hurdle in the FA Cup.
A midweek 3-1 victory over Great Yarmouth Town gave Swaffham Town the opportunity to try some training moves and provided a stage for players to show Paul Hunt their skills and development.
There was a good start to Swaffham Town's preparations for the new season, with two competitive games against quality opposition.
Swaffham Town players and officials celebrated an exciting season for the club at the annual presentation evening and meal.
Swaffham Town are one win away from clinching the Thurlow Nunn League Division One North title after recording an excellent 2-0 victory at third-placed Mulbarton Wanderers on Easter Monday.
Swaffham Town reeled off a fifth straight win on Friday evening to stay right in the thick of the Thurlow Nunn League Division One North title race.
Swaffham Town maintained their push for promotion to the top flight of the Thurlow Nunn League with an impressive 4-0 victory over Diss Town at Shoemakers Lane.
Swaffham Town ensured their promotion challenge wasn't blown off course on Saturday as they picked up an emphatic win on the road.
Bungay dropped two more valuable Anglian Combination Division One points as Watton equalised with literally the last kick of the game on Saturday.
Swaffham's FA Vase dream is over after they were beaten in a third round replay.
There will be no repeat of last season's League Cup heroics for Thetford Town after they were eliminated on penalties by Swaffham Town in a midweek derby match.