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East Premier League

Canterbury II 0

Ipswich 5

High-flying Ipswich recorded a third consecutive win and clean sheet with a clinical 5-0 victory over Canterbury.

Nino Severino reflects on the success of the 2017 Elena Baltacha Awards, which saw guests battling the worst weather of the year to enjoy the event!

Ipswich Town players past and present, plus fans, have been paying tribute to club stalwart Dick Parker.

A pioneering Suffolk martial artist has claimed a world title again – more than 20 years after he won his first.

Suffolk cricketer Jaik Mickleburgh has won the Wilfred Rhodes Trophy, which is presented annually to the batsman with the highest average in the Minor Counties Championship.

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to news that owner Marcus Evans could be ready to spend in January, even though the club’s debt has increased to £89m.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy and skipper Luke Chambers have led tributes to “much-loved” club stalwart Dick Parker after he died at the weekend.

Ethan Price scored 15 points, Blake Read added 13 and Matt Spurling tallied 11 as the Under-18 Boys claimed a 68-61 win over a depleted Milton Keynes Trojans, writes Rob Schatten.

NBL Division Two

Ipswich Basketball 55

Team Birmingham Elite 66

Off the back of two straight wins and strong offensive performances, Ipswich were brought back to earth by a physical and focused Team Birmingham Elite at Copleston on Saturday, writes Rob Schatten.

London 3 East

West Norfolk 28

Stowmarket 32

Stow returned to the top of the table after this classic game of two halves as the visitors dominated the scoring in the first half before West Norfolk fought back in the second, writes Martin Barnard.

Eastern Counties One

Colchester Thirds 14

Ipswich YM 20

On a bright but raw winter’s afternoon the YM back division that took to the field against Colchester bore little resemblance to the formation that had represented the club for most of the season so far, so injury-ravaged are the YM at present.

London 2 North

Harlow 22

Ipswich 17

Following a three-match unbeaten run in November, sixth-placed Ipswich Rugby Club came unstuck against Harlow, the side just above them, on a freezing cold day in Essex, writes John Kornjaca.

London 3 East

Woodbridge 3

Southwold 21

A week after losing to Woodbridge in a cup classic, high-flying Southwold returned for a league battle with eight new faces and revenge on their minds, writes Simon Ballard.

The red hot Capel Plough, riding a seven-match winning run, missed the chance to move to the top of the SIL Senior Division after they were beaten 4-2 at home by a lively Coplestonians.

Thurlow Premier

Brantham Athletic 2

Stowmarket Town 4

Stowmarket Town produced a stunning late comeback from 2-1 down to beat Brantham Athletic 4-2 and move back up to third in the table, writes Alex Moss.

Thurlow Premier

Felixstowe & Walton United 3

Long Melford 0

The presentation of a team of the month award is often a banana skin for the recipients, and it was a case of double jeopardy when the Seasiders collected the award for August and September from league chairman Peter Hutchings prior to kick-off, writes Chris Ryan.

No dramas as such with Town’s defeat at Middlesbrough, but there’s a degree of frustration that we have seen a couple of times in three weeks now, writes Karl Fuller.

Play to your strengths. It’s a well-worn piece of wisdom which applies in most walks of life, and certainly includes sport, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

Punters are tipping ailing Middlesbrough to start their recovery by beating Ipswich Town this afternoon at the Riverside Stadium (3pm).

Rick Andrews has urged his Stowmarket Town side not to make another slow start when they visit Brantham Athletic tomorrow (3pm), writes Alex Moss.

After a midweek win against Enfield Town, Leiston will be full of confidence going into tomorrow’s match at home to Kingstonian, writes Craig Cooper.

The surging Capel Plough have a chance to make it eight wins in a row in the SIL Senior Division this weekend.

The Suffolk-based Renvale RT were double winners at the Eastern and South Eastern Regional Cyclo-Cross Championship at Welwyn Garden City, writes Fergus Muir.

Brantham Athletic and Stowmarket Town go head-to-head this weekend as they both look to hang on to Felixstowe & Walton United, who preserved their 19-point lead at the top of the table after the midweek round of fixtures, writes Phil Griffiths.

Felixstowe & Walton face a tricky test when they host a Long Melford side that have hit a good vein of form in recent weeks - the Villagers will arrive at the Goldstar Ground on the back of two straight wins and four from their last six games.

A stalwart of Suffolk bowls has been honoured for his decades of service to the game.

East Premier A

Ipswich 4

Letchworth 3

Ipswich Men got a dramatic come from behind win in the first game for former Olympian and new coach Ian Haley.

East Premier League

Sevenoaks II 0

Ipswich 4

Ipswich showed how much they have grown as a team by dispatching a good Sevenoaks side 4-0, writes Emma Millar.

In his latest column, Nino Severino looks ahead to this weekend’s spectacular Elena Baltacha Foundation Awards at Trinity Park, which will feature some of the world’s best players.

What a transformation. From the most boring side in the club’s history to a team bursting with goals and attacking intent - and thank goodness for that!

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