April 18 2015 Latest news:
Wolves v Ipswich: Ipswich Town maintained their three-point cushion over play-off rivals Wolves thanks to a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Molineux this lunch-time.
Mick McCarthy admits he misses the Premier League spotlight.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has challenged his team to put Wolves out of the Championship promotion pack with victory in tomorrow’s televised clash at Molineux (12.15pm).
Stephen Hunt made his first Ipswich Town start in more than two months on Tuesday night. STUART WATSON spoke to the Irishman about his contract, goal premonitions and banging on Mick McCarthy’s door.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy goes back into the Wolves’ den with something of a dilemma on his hands this Saturday.
Braintree Town have parted company with manager Alan Devonshire.
London 1 North leaders Colchester face a potentially tricky-looking fixture at home to Chingford, today.
Ipswich Witches team manager Phil Hilton is hoping the momentum is with his side as they head to Somerset tonight in an important League Cup clash.
While the U13’s and Senior Men were away competing in their final playoff games this season, the U14 Girls began their playoff journey with a tough trip to Bucks Hornets, writes Arron MacDonald.
Broadcaster Paul Heiney has made an appeal for thieves who stole one of his favourite boats from a Suffolk harbour to have a conscience and return it.
More than 20 members of a town’s running club are taking part in a marathon effort to test their fitness.
A poor night’s sleep and some of the best swimmers in the country could not stop Suffolk’s Chris Walker-Hebborn from storming to victory in the 50m backstroke time trial at the British Swimming Championships in London.
Essex cricket star Graham Napier delved into his Colchester roots during a visit to the Essex Records Office in Chelmsford.
Suffolk swimming star Chris Walker-Hebborn immediately turned his attentions to conquering the world after topping the 100m backstroke podium at the British Swimming Championships.