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The senior leaders at the Broom Heath Cyclo-cross from the front: Stephen James, Sean Dunlea and Matthew Webber

Sean Dunlea sprint is too much for Stephen James in Broome Heath Scramble

There was a nail-biting finish to round off a brilliant day at the Broome Heath Scramble near Bungay.

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Anthony Ogogo recovering at home after his achilles tendon operation in September

Anthony Ogogo targets British, European and Commonwealth middleweight titles in 2015, saying 2015 is ‘going to be epic’

Suffolk boxing star Anthony Ogogo has had a frustrating 2014 battling injury. But he tells MARK HEATH that 2015 is going to be his year.

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Chelmsford deputy mayor Sandra Pontin pours beer over the ceremonial slab, watched by (l-r) David Masters, Essex CCC facilities/safety manager Graham Childs, Graham Napier, Essex CCC chief executive Derek Bowden and Matt Salisbury.
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Topping out ceremony as first phase of new Essex county cricket ground completed

A milestone in the building of a new ground for Essex County Cricket Club was celebrated by club officials, players and guests.

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Craig Skipp completes four marathons in twp days - in memory of mum Julie Skipp. Finishing at Headway Bury St Edmund treated by family, friends and Headway staff.

Craig’s quadruple marathon challenge in memory of mum Julie

Completing the equivalent of four marathons in just two days proved no problem for Craig Skipp, who was inspired to take on the challenge in memory of his mother.

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Matt Salisbury, Callum Taylor, Reece Topley, Monty Panesar, Jamie Porter and Graham Napier chat to Timmy Shipton, a huge Essex CCC fan, during the visit.

Essex cricket stars visit youngsters at Broomfield Hospital

Top England cricket stars were among a host of Essex County Cricket Club favourites who visited sick children at Broomfield Hospital.

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Holly Mercer  , a pupil at Ipswich School,  is running the London Marathon next year to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. She is running in memory of her friend Lucy Woolley who died in a horse riding accident.

Former Ipswich School pupil takes on London Marathon in memory of friend Lucy Woolley

An Ipswich School pupil is going to run the London Marathon next year in memory of her best friend – and to raise money for the charity that tried to save her life.

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Former Ipswich School pupil George Pinner

England defeat Pakistan and Australia in Champions Trophy

After seeing off defending champions Australia, 3-1, on Saturday, England were in scintillating form again yesterday as they tore through Pakistan, winning 8-2, in the FIH Champions Trophy game, in India.

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Anna Borghesani, who is preparing to run the London Marathon after twice undergoing life-saving heart surgery

Ipswich mum Anna Borghesani prepares to run the London Marathon just a year after undergoing life-saving heart surgery for the second time

A year ago new mum Anna Borghesani was recovering from life-saving surgery. Now the Ipswich mum is training for the London Marathon. Sheena Grant reports.

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