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Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers says no-one at Portman Road is getting carried away by the start to the season the Blues have made – but they are ‘enjoying the ride’.
Ipswich Witches Aussie star Rory Schlein says the key to play-off success is ‘no last places’, writes Henry Chard.
Ipswich teenage karting star Robert Welham secured the title of Top Rookie in his debut season at The Super One British Karting Championships.
Ipswich Eagles’ optimism for success faltered at the cycle speedway Knockout Cup Final in Coventry over the weekend, as they finished in third place behind eventual winners Wednesfield and Newport, writes Phil Clarke.
Well, here we go then. The play-offs!
Suffolk started the 2017/18 British Inter County Championship Division Two season with a fine 19-17 overall win at home to Worcestershire.
Suffolk staged a magnificent fight-back after trailing 2-1 in the foursomes against Buckinghamshire on the second day of England Women’s County finals at Felixstowe Ferry today, writes Tony Garnett
Ipswich ‘Tru7.com’ Witches begin their Championship Play-Offs with the first leg of the semi-final at Foxhall this Thursday against Edinburgh Monarchs (7.30pm)
Ipswich Witches team manager, Ritchie Hawkins feels his side are in much better shape mentally, than they were last season when the team reached the play-offs, writes Henry Chard.
George Fricker (Farlingaye HS and Ufford Park) won his singles in both his appearances for England Schools.
AFC Sudbury caretaker boss Danny Laws is quite looking forward to his side’s long trip to Truro in the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
Cameron Heeps will miss the Witches play-off semi-final clashes with Edinburgh Monarchs this week.
The ‘Tru7.com’ Witches will face Edinburgh Monarchs in the Championship Play-Off semi-finals with the first leg at Foxhall this Thursday.
Sheffield Tigers 52 Ipswich Witches 38
In his weekly cricket column, Don Topley discusses the enjoyment of radio commentary
Stowmarket roadman Mike Bell scored his first-ever win in the 57-mile Orwell Velo Road Race based at Gosbeck.
Ipswich‘Tru7.com’ Witches team manager Ritchie Hawkins hailed his side’s 52-41 away win at Glasgow on Wednesday night in the Championship, writes Henry Chard.
Glasgow Tigers 41 Ipswich Witches 52
Danny Laws takes over as caretaker manager at AFC Sudbury for a second time, and hopes Sudbury fans will continue to get behind the team in the manner they have so far this season.
One of the most prestigious races of the motorsport calendar comes to Foxhall Stadium on Saturday.
Ipswich ‘Tru7.com’ Witches make another lengthy trip to Scotland tomorrow night to take on Glasgow Tigers in the Championship (7.30pm), writes Henry Chard.
Hot-shot teen speedway star Drew Kemp is already pulling up the trees in the sport and one day dreams of racing for Ipswich Witches.
Luke Hillyard admits to being ‘disappointed’ having to turn down the Ipswich Wanderers managerial job, but he feels he has made the right decision.
Fuller Flavour: Losing at QPR will tell a story that is statistically correct in that we have now lost three games in a row, writes Karl Fuller.
Leiston boss Glenn Driver believes Matt Blake’s two goals against Thurrock was just what the doctor ordered for the striker.
Woodbridge Town 2 Hoddesdon Town 0
Thetford Town 0 Felixstowe & Walton United 5
Woodbridge Town take a break from league action this afternoon, as they entertain Hoddesdon Town in the FA Vase.
Edinburgh Monarchs 48 Ipswich Witches 44
Leiston boss Glenn Driver feels there is so much more to come from his side despite their unbeaten start to the season.