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#myitfcpic – Your pictures from before, during and after Ipswich Town’s 1-0 defeat against Norwich at Portman Road

PUBLISHED: 15:54 22 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:54 22 October 2017

Ipswich Town fans on their way to Portman Road for the East Anglia Derby

Ipswich Town fans on their way to Portman Road for the East Anglia Derby

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Town’s long wait for an East Anglian Derby win continues after James Maddison’s 59th minute goal saw Norwich to a 1-0 win over the blues at Portman Road.

East Anglian derby misery continues - Match Report

Ipswich wasted a number of first-half opportunities with defender Jonas Knudsen hitting the post early on , while David McGoldrick missed a gilt-edged chance five minutes before the break when putting an unmarked header over from six yards out, then glanced a diving header just wide five minutes after the restart.

Mike Bacon’s Player Ratings - Ipswich 0-1 Norwich

Town are now without a win against their Norfolk rivals since April 2009, Town have lost seven of their last nine in all competitions, while the Canaries are up to sixth after an unbeaten nine-game run.

Stuart says - Seven observations from Ipswich Town’s home 1-0 defeat to Norwich City

The result sees Mick McCarthy’s men current sit 11th in the Championship, and travel to Burton Albion next Saturday who are currently 22nd in the Championship.

Highways chiefs in Suffolk have confirmed that plans are afoot to improve roads around Martlesham’s retail parks.

Patients have hit out at “scandalous” parking charges at our region’s hospitals after it was revealed they made millions of pounds from their car parks.

The count-down to the weekend has begun we re-live Saturday night in our Yates picture gallery.

Watch our video tour of The Old Rectory, a £1.35m home set on 1.6 acres of land for sale in Tattingstone.

Foodbanks across the region are preparing for a “record-breaking” holiday season – with volunteers warning Universal Credit has sparked a leap in demand from people living below the breadline.

Babies and toddlers have undergone a terrifying transformation into ghosts, ghouls and miniature monsters as they “dress to impress” for the Halloween season.

Supermarkets in the UK should not import food produced unethically by workers subjected to slave-like conditions, Ipswich’s MP has said during a parliamentary debate.

A family-friendly pumpkin patch and maize maze has opened in Suffolk to raise money for good causes.

Pension changes could have a ‘catastrophic’ effect on policing Suffolk, risking almost 100 jobs and curbing recruitment, according to the chief constable.

Opposition councillors at Suffolk County Council have raised fresh questions over the council’s ‘Greenest County’ claim, after it has emerged its new energy deal relies 100% on nuclear power.

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