June 19 2013 Latest news:
Ipswich Town have been handed a raw deal, following the release of the Blues’ fixture list for the 2013/14 campaign.
Ipswich Town are closing in on two more players, as Mick McCarthy plots his Blues’ promotion challenge at Portman Road.
IPSWICH Town will start their promotion push in the Championship next season away at Reading, followed with a home game against Millwall
Ipswich Town will face two of the three teams relegated from the Premier League in the opening fortnight of the 2013/14 season.
It will be a first for Ipswich Town when they play at Stevenage in their Capital One Cup fixture, on the week starting August 5.
Leiston have signed Adam Tann on a two-year deal.
A pony assumed to have been abandoned after she was found wandering the roads in Diss has been offered a secure home at Redwings Horse Sanctuary.
More than 500 runners took part in this year’s big race evening at Kirton – with organisers thrilled at the support and standard of competition.
A decision to cancel 20 adult swimming courses by Norfolk County Council has been criticised by one of the county’s longest-serving swimming teachers.
Woolpit held on for a draw against Suffolk rivals Copdock & Old Ipswichian, thanks to the last pair of James Firth and Barry Collins, in Saturday’s Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League clash.
Jack Yule maintained his impressive run of form as he withstood a strong challenge from Alex Carter to win the Norfolk Amateur Championship for the first time at Royal Cromer yesterday.
BERWICK will defend the Premier League Fours title at Peterborough’s East of England Showground on Sunday July 14.
A FORMER Ipswich schoolboy is aiming to catch the eye on a global stage when the Under-20 Rugby Junior World Championships kick-off next month.
Ipswich hockey star Harry Martin admits it took him the best part of a year to get over his Olympic heartbreak – but now he’s ready to fire Great Britain back to the top of the world rankings.
The first Wednesday night of the 2013 Suffolk Cycle Racing Series (SCRS) took place at Trinity Park.