December 21 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich v Middlesbrough: Ipswich Town moved back to second in the Championship table following an impressive 2-0 home win over fellow high-fliers Middlesbrough at Portman Road, Daryl Murphy and Jay Tabb both scoring in the first half.
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough: Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says starlet Teddy Bishop is at the very best place to progress his career, the teenage midfielder playing a starring role in this afternoon’s 2-0 home win over fellow Championship high-fliers Middlesbrough.
He’s finally won the hearts and minds of Ipswich Town fans. Now Mick McCarthy is determined not to lose them.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is confident it will be a case of buying, not selling, when the January transfer window open.
Stephen Hunt is available again for Ipswich Town, but Luke Hyam remains sidelined and both Tyrone Mings and Noel Hunt are doubts for Ipswich Town ahead of tomorrow’s fourth versus second Championship clash with Middlesbrough at portman Road.
Leiston will hope to bounce back from Tuesday evening’s defeat with a home win against Leatherhead in the Ryman Premier Division this afternoon.
St Joseph’s College has won a place in the last 16 of the Under-18 NatWest National Schools Rugby Cup by triumphing over unbeaten Dartford Grammar School 37-11.
Italian World Cup star Nico Covatti and up-and-coming British youngster Stefan Nielsen are the final pieces in the Ipswich Witches’ 2015 line-up.
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Ipswich stayed top of National Basketball League Division Two despite a shock loss at home to mid-table Eastside Eagles on Saturday.
There was a nail-biting finish to round off a brilliant day at the Broome Heath Scramble near Bungay.
Suffolk boxing star Anthony Ogogo has had a frustrating 2014 battling injury. But he tells MARK HEATH that 2015 is going to be his year.
A milestone in the building of a new ground for Essex County Cricket Club was celebrated by club officials, players and guests.
Completing the equivalent of four marathons in just two days proved no problem for Craig Skipp, who was inspired to take on the challenge in memory of his mother.
Top England cricket stars were among a host of Essex County Cricket Club favourites who visited sick children at Broomfield Hospital.