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Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Tom Sadler top-scored for Ipswich with 23

The topsy-turvy season for Ipswich Basketball’s senior men ended with an 80-55 play-off defeat at Nottingham Hoods on Saturday.

Tyme Regent-Bascombe in action against Solent

Despite a 10-point loss to table topping Solent Kestrels, Ipswich again entertained the Suffolk crowd with one of best games of the season.

Tyme Regent-Bascombe in action against Solent

Despite a ten point loss to table topping Solent Kestrels, Ipswich again entertained the Suffolk crowd with one of best games of the season.

Captain Tom Sadler again led the way for Ipswich with 29 points at ELAS

Ipswich Basketball Club recorded a huge win on the road on Saturday as they took down East London All Stars (ELAS) by a single point at the University of East London.

Tyme Regent-Bascombe scored 15 for Ipswich at Liverpool

Ipswich head coach Nick Drane is giving his youngsters a chance to play their way into his squad for next season after conceding the Suffolk side’s promotion dream has died, following their 85-72 loss to Liverpool.

Sam Newman scored 20 points at Derby

Ipswich head coach Nick Drane believes the dream of winning promotion this season is over, after an 88-84 defeat at Derbyshire Arrows on Saturday left them with a record of eight wins and six losses.

Captain Tom Sadler agian led the way against Loughborough with 20 points and 10 rebounds

Despite Saturday’s 80-73 loss to Loughborough, Ipswich head coach Nick Drane insists that his team have turned a corner and are playing their best basketball of the season.

Tyme Regent-Bascombe had his best game for Ipswich at Eastside

Even after his team cruised to a blow-out 79-54 win at the Eastside Eagles on Saturday, Ipswich head coach Nick Drane said promotion is still not on the team’s agenda.

Tom Sadler led Ipswich with 19 points against Worcester

National League Two

Ipswich 83

Worcester Wolves 70

Ipswich Basketball Club got off to a winning start in 2016 with a comfortable win against Worcester Wolves.


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Ipswich Basketball - the season so far

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Sam Newman leads the Ipswich scoring charts with 18ppg

Depending on which way you look at it, Ipswich Basketball Club are either lying joint second in NBL Division Two or are currently sitting in mid-table with a record of six wins and four losses.

Tom Sadler led the way with 27 points at Solent

Ipswich Basketball head coach Nick Drane says he doesn’t want to talk about winning the league or promotion after his side lost their second straight game and fourth of the season against Solent Kestrels.

Captain Tom Sadler returned from injury with 13 points against the London Pioneers

Ipswich head coach Nick Drane told of his frustration after his side suffered a crushing 83-74 defeat in their final home game of 2015 at the hands of league leaders London Pioneers.

Caleb Fuller sparked Ipswich to victory at Brixton

Brixton Topcats 60

Ipswich 77

Ipswich Basketball head coach Nick Drane hailed his players after a banged-up squad travelled to the legendary Brixton Topcats and came home with a vital win.

Sam Newman led Ipswich to a win over East London

Ipswich battled their way to another significant win on Saturday as they ground out a 73-69 victory against a very strong East London All Stars team to move to second in the league table.

Sam Newman top scored for Ipswich in London

Ipswich put together a fantastic second-half performance to bring home an important 75-50 win on the road against London Westside, who are still searching for their first win.

Ipswich players salute the crowd after their victory over Liverpool

Ipswich head coach Nick Drane hailed his team after a ‘brilliant’ 86-81 win over Liverpool which kept their promotion dreams alive.

Josh Johnson drives against Derbyshire Arrows

NBL Division Two

Loughborough Riders 75

Ipswich 58

Ipswich 98

Derbyshire Arrows 100

Ipswich went into the double-header weekend sitting top of NBL Division Two, knowing that one win from the two games would see them retain their position at the top of the league.

Maya Price was in top form for Ipswich

The U16 Girls continued their unbeaten start to the season with a dominant defensive performance against London Greenhouse Pioneers in a 60-41 win, writes Arron MacDonald.

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