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Sam Newman driving against Eastside

Ipswich Basketball Club fall to shock defeat at home to Eastside Eagles

EBL Division Two

Ipswich 83

Eastside Eagles 87

Ipswich stayed top of National Basketball League Division Two despite a shock loss at home to mid-table Eastside Eagles on Saturday.

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Ben Winter shoots in traffic for Ipswich basketball club

Ipswich Basketball Club round-up: Under 13 Boys stay unbeaten with win at County Upper

The U13 Boys moved to 11-0 for the season, in a dominant win away at Suffolk’s other side, County Upper Coyotes, winning 83-33 thanks to a courageous performance from a battered and bruised Ethan Price, writes Arron MacDonald.

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Blake Read was the hero for Ipswich under 16 boys, hitting the game winner in a double-overtime thriller

Ipswich Basketball Club round-up: Blake Read the hero for U16 boys

Ipswich Basketball Club’s U16 Boys were in action both days this weekend, beating Solent Kestrels on Saturday 85-73 in a game marred slightly by injury to captain Caleb Fuller.

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Aaron Moseley led the way for Ipswich at Birmingham

Aaron Moseley and Leigh Greenan lead the way as Ipswich Basketball Club beat Birmingham Mets

EBL Division Two

Birmingham Mets 72

Ipswich 86

Ipswich stayed top of NBL Division Two with a comfortable 86-72 win on the road at Birmingham Mets despite the absence of guard duo Sam Newman and Jacob Lloyd.

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Ipswich's Colin Dockrell celebrates their victory at the London Pioneers

Team effort sees Ipswich Basketball Club go top of the table with win at London Pioneers

EBL Division Two

London Pioneers 73

Ipswich 77

Ipswich travelled into London to battle a team with an impressive 4-1 record in the knowledge that a loss would give unbeaten duo Lancashire Spinners and London Lituanica a serious advantage in the league standings as the mid-season break approaches.

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