May 27 2015 Latest news:
Ian Pont is one of England’s finest fast bowling coaches, yet it’s in India and Bangladesh where he’s helping to develop the next generation. CHRIS BRAMMER spoke to the former Essex player and coach.
Six-times Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, has hailed the efforts of the businesses behind a sporting lunch club in Bury St Edmunds as “invaluable” in helping the development of talented athletes from Suffolk.
A seaside Suffolk venue hosted a special event amid building excitement for the arrival of this year’s Women’s Tour cycling race.
British Masters Light-Middleweight champion Billy Bird returns to the ring on May 30, to face an opponent who took British, Commonwealth and European champion Billy-Joe Saunders the distance.
The Aviva Women’s Tour is returning to Suffolk as it hosts the first stage of the prestigious international cycle race on June 17.
A young Suffolk fighter is targeting world glory after winning a prestigious national title belt.
World-class tennis and films for all the family are coming to Colchester’s Castle Park this summer.
More than a thousand cyclists pedalled their way around the north Essex countryside as part of the 22nd annual Tour de Tendring.