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Colchester United manager Tony Humes, who has today signed Joe Edwards from Yeovil

Colchester United secure their fourth signing of the summer

Colchester United have today completed the signing of former Yeovil Town captain, Joe Edwards.

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Suffolk go out of Middleton Cup

After winning their two opening games, Suffolk bowls team were knocked out of the Middleton Cup at the weekend.

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Brazil's gymnasts trained at Pipers Vale in 2011, ahead of London 2012.

Brazil, Italy and Germany heading to Ipswich for international gymnastics event

Ipswich Gymnastics Centre hosts its first-ever four-way international women’s artistic competition on Saturday (July 11).

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Ipswich swimmer Karen Pickering at the towns Crown Pools with the medals she won at the Commonwealth Games in Canada

For gold medal-winning swimmer Karen Pickering trips to the pool these days often involve more splashing and giggling than anything else

For years, Karen Pickering was known around Ipswich simply as ‘Swimmer’, and you can understand why, writes Sheen Grant after talking to the new mum of twin girls, Evie and Mia.

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New Colchester United signing, George Elokobi, in action for Wolves

Former favourite George Elokobi returns to Colchester United

Former favourite George Elokobi has this afternoon re-signed for Colchester United.

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Ladies Triples

Sudbury Bowls Club ladies reach County Triples final

Sudbury Bowls Club’s ladies have won through to the final of the County Ladies Triples competition beating a team from Holywells BC (Ipswich).

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Tom Moore

Moore enjoys good day for Essex as dominant Australia warm-up for the Ashes

Rookie bowler Tom Moore emerged as one of Essex’s bright spots as Australia dominated the first day of the four-day tour match at Chelmsford yesterday.

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The Women's Tour finishes stage one in Aldeburgh

Women’s Tour’s economic benefits to Suffolk and Essex expected to top £1m

The economic benefits brought to the region through its inclusion in this year’s Women’s Tour are expected to top £1million – providing a financial boost to more than match its sporting legacy.

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