November 29 2014 Latest news:
An Army medic based at Colchester Garrison has won two awards for sporting excellence within a week.
Essex head coach Paul Grayson says cricketers know the potential dangers facing them during a game, and does not believe there will be a knee-jerk reaction, with regards to safety, following the death of Australia’s Phil Hughes.
Australian test batsman Phil Hughes has died in a Sydney hospital, two days after being struck in the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. He was 25.
Suffolk girl Jen Duffee is on track for success in the traditionally male-dominated world of motorcycling. She set up her own business – ‘Elite Mentality’ – last year and now helps some of the sport’s best riders reach their goals. WILL RIDGARD spoke to her.
Suffolk’s Nathan Fillbrook achieved a remarkable dream last month as he fought to glory in the WFMC Martial Arts World Championships in Croatia.
Sidecar star Sean Hegarty has been crowned British champion for a third time – and wants to go on to defend his title next season.
The mother of a 17-year-old girl who died earlier this year has started a race which was dedicated to the teenager.
A Suffolk fundraiser has clocked up three long-distance runs in as many months – completing his charity challenge as the first Briton to cross the finish line in the New York Marathon.