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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Grundisburgh boss Micky Squirrell says he feels two wins from their final eight Suffolk & Ipswich League senior division games will be enough for the village side to secure their senior status.

With 11 games to go, Felixstowe & Walton United will be looking over their shoulder in the coming weeks as the pressure at the top increases, and those closest start to make inroads into their games in hand, writes Phil Griffiths.

Walsham-le-Willows Cricket Club, a local community club, is looking to build upon recent successes, and encourage more participation across all ages and levels.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley says his side are not ready for Step 3 football, despite the fact their current form is hurtling them towards the Step 4 play-offs.

Ipswich have been named as hosts for the 2018 British Under-19 Final – with the meeting set for Thursday May 17 at Foxhall.

Non-league football academies are on the increase – in September 2015 AFC Sudbury made the decision to set up their own.

Mike Bacon takes a look at why 3G pitches are not loved by everyone. Also, are we going to witness a Tiger Woods comeback to rival any other sporting return?

Former Ipswich Witches team manager Ron Bagley has died.

The Felixstowe & Walton management team of Kevin O’Donnell and Ian Watson will be hoping the 14 days off, or rather, without a game, will have given their squad a chance to refocus ahead of this weekend’s trip to Newmarket Town, quickly followed by Tuesday night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Bostik Premier Division, Needham Market, writes Phil Griffiths.

Culford School, near Bury St Edmunds, is leading the way in golf technology being taught to its scholars.

New Ipswich ‘’ Witches asset Michael Haertel says he is looking forward to learning as much as possible in his first season in British speedway, writes Henry Chard.

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Leiston boss Glenn Driver is looking forward to his side pitting their skills up against a youthful Ipswich Town team tonight in the Suffolk Premier Cup, 7.45pm kick-off.

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Ipswich Town fan Karl Fuller defends Freddie Sears against criticism, hail the travelling Town army, then admits some say we should be careful what we wish for!

Mike Bacon takes his weekly look at sport, including the Six-Nations, the progression, or not, of VAR and how the PC brigade are starting to infiltrate sport.

Glenn Driver’s Leiston will look to get their play-off bid nicely back on track tomorrow afternoon when Worthing visit Victory Road, writes Craig Cooper.

Mike Bacon chats to Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis as the 2018 season approaches

AFC Sudbury’s new signing, Darryl Coakley says his new team have ‘huge potential’.

Suffolk teenager Harvey Sayer has been called-up to the England Under-15 squad, writes Nick Garnham.

Framlingham manager Mel Aldis has admitted he would love his team to get promotion this season – but ‘it wouldn’t be the end of the world’ if they didn’t.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley has swooped to sign Needham Market defender Darryl Coakley on a two-year deal.

Felixstowe & Walton skipper Rhys Barber says there is no panic in his team’s dressing room despite their defeat to Wroxham on Saturday.

Leiston boss Glenn Driver knows hopes of his side reaching the Bostik Premier play-offs are in their own hands – and he wouldn’t have it any other way.

Mike Bacon takes a look at the football wages gravy train, and why Phil Neville should delete his social media apps! Plus he asks, who’d be a caddy?

The Ipswich and District Badminton League Under-18 Championships took place at Whitton Sports Centre where Hannah Pamplin of the Abbeygate club was the star performer, picking up three titles.

Felixstowe & Walton United will be looking to make it an unbeaten January when they host Wroxham at the Goldstar Ground on Saturday, while extending or maintaining their 19-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table, writes Phil Griffiths.

AFC Sudbury travel to Heybridge Swifts on Saturday in buoyant mood after two wins on the bounce that, according to boss Mark Morsley, will ‘have answered a few doubters’.

Ipswich Witches skipper Danny King has said it is vitally important the Suffolk side ‘hit the ground running’ in 2018.

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