April 25 2014 Latest news:
When Bill McGarry guided Ipswich Town to Division Two promotion in 1968, the Blues dared to dream they could emulate the team of six years earlier and win the top flight title.
With less than a fortnight of the Championship season to go, Ipswich Town are one of seven teams that still have a genuine chance of finishing in the final play-off position. STUART WATSON takes a look at how the Blues’ form compares to their rivals.
Ipswich Town defender Frazer Richardson believes he has done enough to impress manager Mick McCarthy and turn his loan spell into a permanent move.
The dream is very much alive, and there is no better time to win promotion to the Premier League.
Ipswich Town’s potential next generation of players will be on show at Portman Road tonight, when the Blues’ under-15s face Tottenham.
An amateur Ipswich football club has been charged by the Suffolk FA after a cup semi-final was abandoned following an alleged “bundle”.
Teams are still able to enter the Thurston RFC Rugby Social Sevens which is taking place at the club on Saturday (April 26).
Norwich Swan Swimming Club’s most successful swimmer Laura Marzolini will begin her bid for glory at the British Gas Swimming Championships today.
Three gold medals, one silver, two bronze and a world record – not a bad haul for Norwich athlete Carole Filer at the World Masters Indoor Championships, you could say.
A troop of young riders are offering a solemn salute to a tradition that has lasted almost a quarter of a century.
Ipswich-based Grasshoppers Ladies have clinched promotion to the Suffolk Indoor Premier Division.
Ipswich Witches 53 Scunthorpe Scorpions 39
Ipswich Basketball Club’s senior men’s team play for a national title this weekend in what head coach Nick Drane says is the biggest game in their history.
Trainer George Margarson could be forgiven for being pre-occupied with filly Lucky Kristale, one of the favourites for the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket on Sunday week.
Pupils and staff at Stratford St Mary Primary School put on a special assembly to celebrate Paralympic champion Caroline Powell, who came to visit last week.
Cliff Longman and Andrea McNally drove into office as the joint captains of Woodbridge Golf Club on Sunday.
Matt Hunn burst on to the first-class cricket scene last season and the former Suffolk bowler is desperate to continue living the dream this summer.
Two Ipswich sporting heroes will be taking centre stage at an event to help promote and celebrate Felixstowe’s involvement in the first ever Women’s Tour national cycling race.