August 22 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich born-and-bred Luke Hyam has taken it upon himself to educate his Blues team mates about the importance of the East Anglian derby.
Anthony Wordsworth has been transfer-listed by Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy, potentially opening the door for the signing of former West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison.
Ipswich Town strikers Daryl Murphy and Conor Sammon have been named in the Republic of Ireland’s 36-man provisional squad for games against Oman and Georgia next month.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy makes no apologies for putting height towards the top of his desired player attributes.
Local lad Luke Hyam must whip up the Ipswich Town dressing room ahead of Saturday’s eagerly-anticipated East Anglian derby clash with Norwich City.
A disastrous opening 15 minutes dashed Felixstowe & Walton United’s hopes of claiming their first Thurlow Nunn Premier Division points of the season last night.
The hard work starts now for Ipswich schoolboy Lewis Ludlam, who has secured a dream move to Premiership giants Northampton Saints.
It is time to start splashing the cash in Debenham as work on a brand new swimming pool prepares to get underway.
Norfolk Paralympic hopeful Danny Nobbs continues his progress in switching from shot put to javelin this afternoon when he takes part in the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea.
Five fillies who won on their last appearance on a racecourse, clash in the feature on Newmarket’s six-race card on the July course this evening.
From bronze to broker.
Heavy overnight rain could not stop the safe conclusion of the l2lst Framlingham Tournament at the College on Saturday, Suffolk Men’s Champion Matt Hough maintaining his fine unbeaten summer run in a high-quality Open Singles decider against top seed Tom Hands, from Cambridgeshire.
The Bury and West Suffolk Tennis Tournament ended in spectacular fashion on Saturday with three breathtaking finals that were enthralling from the first point to the last.
It was the opening day of the Framlingham Tennis championships at the picturesque college grounds today.
Ipswich Witches secured their sixth straight Premier League win and eighth success from nine to keep their play-offs charge on track on Thursday.
English Basketball’s decision to reject Ipswich’s application for promotion to Division One will make the Copleston-based team doubly determined to win Division Two next season.
The fairer sex dominated at Great Yarmouth yesterday with five of the seven races won by fillies.
A very special gym club is celebrating its 40th anniversary and already there are big dreams for the future.
The Norfolk golfing community is in mourning after the death of one of the finest players the county has ever produced.
Michael Comber struck another century as Suffolk made the most of some good batting conditions on day one of their final Minor Counties Championship fixture of the season, against Hertfordshire, at Copdock.
Debut season man Andrew Brinkley emerged from pouring rain to win Mid-Suffolk Road Race, by 100 yards from Rob Ormond (Stowmarket & District) and Ben Howell (StradaSport).