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Extra trains for ITFC Fans

Extra train services for Ipswich Town clash against AFC Bournemouth at Portman Road on Good Friday

Extra train services have been arranged for Ipswich Town fans on Good Friday.

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Jonny Williams, pictured in agony after a crude challenge by Watford's Joel Ekstrand left him with a thigh injury last November. Williams hasn't played a competitive game since. Photo: Sarah Lucy Brown

McCarthy warns that Jonny Williams may be restricted to a bit-part role after five month injury battle

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has warned supporters that returning loanee Jonny Williams may be limited to a bit-part role during the team’s Championship promotion push.

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West Ham United left-back Aaron Cresswell.

Cresswell wishes Ipswich Town good luck in their Championship promotion push

Ex-Ipswich Town defender Aaron Cresswell has issued a heartfelt good luck message to his former club as they prepare for an exciting and nerve-wracking Championship promotion push.

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Bryan Klug

Ipswich Town academy director Bryan Klug on ‘special’ talent, Category One latest, competing with Norwich and being sacked by Roy Keane

Teddy Bishop, Matt Clarke and Kundai Benyu... Ipswich Town’s youth set-up is beginning to produce again.

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Bury Town v Grays. Bury pressure the Gray's goal.

Gallery: Final nail is hammered in Bury’s relegation coffin

Bury Town were officially relegated from the Ryman Premier Division, after conceding two late goals to a much-improved Grays Athletic at Ram Meadow on Saturday afternoon.

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Cameron Heeps

Heaps of praise for Cam from Witches boss

Ipswich Witches director of speedway Chris Louis is hoping Cameron Heeps can take his form at Rye House into the season ahead – starting at Foxhall on Thursday night.

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Leigh Greenan in action

Leigh Greenan signs pro deal with Ipswich Basketball Club – more could follow

Giant centre Leigh Greenan has become Ipswich Basketball Club’s first ever professional player – and head coach Nick Drane says he could be the first of many following another ‘landmark moment’ for the ambitious programme.

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