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The Suffolk Saxons Badminton team have reacted with disappointment, after the announcement today that the AJ Bell National Badminton League is going to be scrapped.

Suffolk Saxons chairman Richard Hunt insists the demise of the National Badminton League will not be detrimental to the future of the sport in the county.

There’s another action-packed triple-formula race meeting at Foxhall this Saturday.

Jake Collins, Clair Westgate and James Davies Stokes were the big winners in this year’s Suffolk Senior Closed Table Tennis Championships, which were held at the Britannia TTC in Ipswich on Sunday.

Ipswich trio Christine Rednall, Anna Chalk and Katherine Rednall were 5-14 in arrears after nine ends, but staged a magnificent recovery to win the national indoor bowls triples final in Melton Mowbray.

East Premier League

Ipswich 5

Wisbech 0

Ipswich ended their season in style with a 5-0 demolition of already relegated Wisbech.

Dozens of swimmers have taken to the water in preparation for conquering the Great East Swim this summer.

Hadleigh Cricket Club’s project to extend and modernise its 50-year-old pavilion extension is completion.

Former England captain Alastair Cook will be visiting Copdock & Old Ipswichian on Saturday for a ‘Ground Force meets Changing Rooms’ style makeover.

Suffolk New College’s girls volleyball team are preparing to represent the east in a national competition after being crowned regional champions.

Egypt, Latvia and Switzerland will be among the countries represented when Ipswich Sports Club plays host to a world squash event, starting tomorrow.

This Sunday (April 2) sees the Woodbridge & DMCC host their first motocross meeting of the season at the Blaxhall circuit near Woodbridge with the event being supported by Orwell Truck and Vans.

The Suffolk PGA Winter League ends with the fifth and final event at Royal Worlington on April 3.

Paul Nuttall of Stoke by Nayland and John Craddock of Stowmarket teamed up to win the Millennium Cup for the better ball Stableford in the final Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting of the season hosted by Haverhill.

Vanessa Bell has taken over as captain of Suffolk Ladies whose target this year is success in the East County Week at Hunstanton starting on June 19.

It’s often called the fastest growing sport in the world, and this region is a hotbed of mixed martial arts talent. MARK HEATH looks at fighters for you to follow in his latest Flying Knee column.

Suffolk’s Premier domestic table tennis event, the Suffolk Closed Table Tennis Championships takes place this Sunday, at Britannia Table Tennis Club, on Defoe Road.

Ipswich play their last game of the 16-17 season on Saturday and welcome already-relegated Wisbech to Tuddenham Road (12 noon start).

Suffolk athletes are busy competing for the chance to prove themselves among the fittest on the planet.

On a bright spring morning in mid Suffolk 44 year-old Peter Blenkinsop (Fast Test) scored his first-ever road race win in a windy Ipswich BC Scramble

Suffolk runners again produced some strong performances at the annual English Schools Cross Country Championships, staged at the Norfolk County Showground in Norwich.

A small Suffolk swimming pool is once again among the best represented in the country for a charity challenge in the fight against cancer.

It’s great to see clubs working together to promote the game of golf. The close link which has been developed between Ufford Park and St Audry’s is a case in point.

Odette Robson regained her Stowmarket Half-Marathon title, as a bumper field of more than 400 runners tackled the main 13.1-mile event last Sunday.

Suffolk teenage star Robert Welham made his debut in the high profile “Super One” British Kart Racing Championships at Rowrah in Cumbria last weekend and took a well-deserved victory in the main Final.

The future of a Suffolk equestrian centre faces uncertainty after a public right of way was proposed to run through its top-rated cross-country course.

There’s a very warm welcome at Fynn Valley. They have a national award to prove it.

Former Essex batsman Jaik Mickleburgh views signing for Suffolk as the springboard for a return to the first-class cricket circuit.

Suffolk MMA star Arnold Allen picked up the biggest win of his promising career last night.

Harry Pratt, a 19-year-old carp fishing trainee plumber from Bury St Edmunds, has won a giant-killing victory over five of the UK’s best-known carp anglers.

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