Ipswich Town is not the only football club taking to the streets to celebrate their success with one village side enjoying a different type of celebratory parade.

Village side Risby Greens Football Club marked their title-winning campaign with a tractor and trailer procession through the village, near Bury St Edmunds, before their end-of-season awards on Saturday, May 11.

Organised by manager Arron Burrows, it coincided with a trophy presentation from the league.

East Anglian Daily Times: The parade was marshalled with safety carsThe parade was marshalled with safety cars (Image: Risby Greens FC)

"Some of the older lads said it was one of the best end-of-season celebrations they've had," he said.

Mr Burrows contacted local farmer Charlie Brown, of RCB Farms, and asked if he would willing to help out. 

He provided two trailers, one for the players and then another for children, before they were guided through the village by safety cars. 

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"We had all our players - about 20 players - and then friends and close family. I properly risked assessed it. We mitigated all the risks.

East Anglian Daily Times: The tractor parade coincided with the end-of-season awardsThe tractor parade coincided with the end-of-season awards (Image: Risby Greens FC)

"There was a big turnout from the village with lots of support.

"It was absolutely fabulous. It was a cracking day. I didn't envisage the tractor and trailer thing being as good as that."

Mr Burrows, who is an Ipswich Town fan, jokingly added: "I did say to the lads I would make Tractor Boys out of them in one way or another!"

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The side won division four of the Bury and District Sunday Football League by collecting 43 points from 18 games, triumphing in 14 of them and losing just three.

The title was sealed on the last day of the season through a 2-0 win against Stanton, with goals from Matthew Barber and Scott Hayes.

Mr Burrows added: "It was really tight until the last game and then we ended up four points clear. So it was a really good season."

Joe Austin and Tom Frost both won awards at the end-of-season presentation, while Scott Hayes finished as top goal scorer. 

Mr Burrows also praised Norman Savigar, who volunteers as a photographer and offers support to the club.