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The Ipswich Witches travel to local rivals Peterborough on Sunday for a Championship Shield fixture, writes Henry Chard.

National Series mountain bike racing brought top riders from across the country to the Phoenix Cycleworks off-road facility at Kentford near Newmarket, writes Fergus Muir.

The annual Ipswich Town Open Day will be held on Thursday, July 26 this year, the club have announced.

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The Ipswich Cardinals got back to winning ways in their first home game with a resounding victory against a struggling Maidstone Pumas, writes Kyle Clark.

Stowmarket Town have made midfielder Scott Chaplin their latest summer signing, writes Alex Moss.

Stuart Watson, Andy Warren and Mark Heath discuss Paul Hurst’s first press conference as Ipswich Town boss.

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to Paul Hurst’s first press conference as the new Ipswich Town boss – and it’s fair to say, they were impressed!

In his latest cricket column, Don Topley sings the praises of defending County Champions Essex after a gruelling week.

The Greatest Show on Turf kicks off in Russia this week, bringing with it all the emotion, heartache and joy that every football tournament does. Mark Heath takes a look at what we can expect in the next month.

John Gosden looks to have unearthed another smart prospect in the shape of Calyx, who gave Kingman his first winner as a sire when landing the AFT Fluorotec EBF Novice Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday, writes Graham Clark.

Former Ipswich Town striker Frank Nouble is on his way back to the region after signing for Colchester United.

The experience of losing to eventual winners Berkshire at the same stage should stand Suffolk in good stead in Sunday’s Unicorns KO Trophy Quarter-Final, writes Nick Garnham.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz tried out renowned gastropub The Flitch of Bacon, in Little Dunmow, Essex.

In the Orwell Velo ten mile event Ross Fawcett of Pedal Power Ipswich broke Lloyd Chapman’s already very competitive course record for the Crowfield circuit, writes Fergus Muir.

If you’ve watched MMA anywhere in this country over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’ve seen Dan Movahedi in action. After years of hard work and honing his craft, the respected referee made his debut on the big show at UFC Liverpool last month. He told MARK HEATH about his journey so far.

Last time she set foot in the cage, Kerry Hughes was the victim of one of the worst stoppages seen in the sport in recent times – but rather than be bitter about it, the heavy-handed bantamweight says she’s learned from the experience.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses the work being done at the University of Suffolk to support elite athletes – and his mission to help many more get the benefit of the superb facilities and experts there.

Max Melanson says he cannot wait to get started at his new club Stowmarket Town this summer, writes Alex Moss.

In his latest column, Don Topley discusses the inconsistencies in the England team – and the harsh words which helped them avenge their first Test humbling by Pakistan.

Ipswich UFC star Arnold Allen is riding one of the longest winning streaks in his division – and taking aim at a huge fight in Las Vegas next.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers continued their march towards the National Trophy final with a 66-24 home victory over the Isle of Wight Warriors.

In his latest column, Nino Severino talks about his link up with the Ipswich Town coaching and physio team – and their efforts to get Andre Dozzell back on the pitch.

Stowmarket Town have signed defender Sam Nunn on a two-year deal starting from next season, writes Alex Moss.

Two teenagers are poised to play for Suffolk for the first time in their final T20 group games this weekend, writes Nick Garnham.

With the wind bringing a taste of Belgian conditions to a short circuit in south Norfolk, the Diss Road Races proved exceptionally competitive with breaks succeeding in both the men’s and women’s events.

After a search lasting more than 60 days, Paul Hurst was today announced as the new Ipswich Town boss – but what can fans expect of him at Portman Road?

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to the news that Paul Hurst is the club’s new boss – and it’s fair to say that there is a lot of positivity!

Ipswich Town have this morning announced Paul Hurst as the club’s new boss.

Ipswich heavyweight prospect Fabio Wardley is taking aim at a Southern Area title shot before the end of the year after winning his third straight fight inside the first round.

In his latest column, Don Topley reflects on England’s humbling defeat in the first Test of the summer against Pakistan last week.

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