December 11 2013 Latest news:
It’s eight years since Ipswich Town’s youth team lifted the FA Youth Cup at Portman Road, after a 3-2 aggregate win over a Southampton team featuring Theo Walcott, Leon Best, David McGoldrick and England star Adam Lallana.
Ipswich Town under-18s boss Gerard Nash says tonight’s FA Youth Cup clash at home to Sunderland (7pm ko) is the ideal preparation for his Portman Road hopefuls.
Ipswich Town’s youngsters have been urged to seize the moment and impress the watching Mick McCarthy in the FA Youth Cup tomorrow night (Wednesday, kick-off 7pm).
Children on a hospital ward received an early Christmas present when Ipswich Town footballers and staff dropped by bearing gifts.
Ipswich Town’s managing director Ian Milne insists owner Marcus Evans remains ‘fully committed’ after it emerged that several individuals and businesses are owed money by the football club.
With an unbeaten record this season and away win against Romford under their belt the Amazons started this top-of-the-table clash as favourites.
Leiston face a tough test tonight as they host promotion-chasing Bognor Regis Town.
A swimming school owner from Harleston has spoken of her surprise after she received a prestigious award recognising individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding contribution to swimming and water safety.
Seven athletes from Thetford Athletic Club braved another damp drizzly Sunday morning and headed up the A1 to St Neots in Bedfordshire to take part in a cross-country event.
Ambitious Sophie Sunderland has joined Suffolk’s growing international contingent and is targeting full England honours in the future.
Ipswich ‘Sackers’ Witches reserve Adam Ellis is looking forward to not only racing again for the Witches in 2014, but copying his teenage team-mate Cameron Heeps.
The annual Suffolk Sports Awards will take place at Trinity Park, Ipswich, on Friday. Fourteen awards will be presented and today, we look at the contenders for The Healthy Ambitions Suffolk Primary School of the Year Award. Next Wednesday we’ll bring you the winners from the ceremony.
Young golfer Toby Briggs has gone one better than Luke Donald and Justin Rose, by winning the Andalucia Junior European Open.
After 689 appearances and racking up 9,737 runs, Stowupland cricketer Shaun Langford recently reached a major landmark – taking his 1,000th wicket for the club. WILL RIDGARD caught up with the all-rounder to talk about the memorable matches and moments from his 30-year career – including clean-bowling a New Zealand international!
West Suffolk Wheelers’ Mike Bowen won the veterans’ cyclo-cross at Hempton after taking a leaf out of Phil Buick’s book.