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Essex cycling star Alex Dowsett has confirmed that he will ride in this year’s Tour of Britain.

Felixstowe & Suffolk Bowls Club dominated this year’s Suffolk Bowls (BE) County Competition Finals, taking three of the 12 county titles being played for and providing three of the runner-up places.

The finals of the week-long Framlingham Lawn Tennis Tournament were completed in good time, despite 654 entries and inclement weather.

Suffolk Muay Thai fighter Joe Le Maire has just returned from a year spent training and fighting for the Sumalee Boxing Gym in Phuket, Thailand. In his final column, he gives an insight into what life is like as a sponsored fighter in the home of the sport...

Suffolk’s senior men over 35’s team are on a mission to match their younger counterparts and make it to Division One, writes Mike Watling.

A trio of Suffolk cricketers were awarded their county caps during the final Unicorns Championship match of the season, writes Nick Garnham.

Darren Ironside was the unlikely match-winner with the bat as Suffolk finished runners-up in the Eastern Division of this season’s Unicorns Championship, writes Nick Garnham.

When Suffolk mother-of-three Jo Cresdee decided to compete in a 100km ultramarathon, her friends and family thought she was insane.

Jonathan Hewett was Clacton Golf Club junior champion in 2012 and club champion in 2013 and 2015. He joined the club as a junior at the age of 11.

Elmstead took a big step towards winning the Division One title in the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship, by winning at Haverhill while nearest challengers Wivenhoe suffered a defeat at Woolpit.

Suffolk cricket claimed an impressive victory over Bedfordshire in their final three-day Minor Counties Championship clash of the season.

Woodbridge Motor Cycle Club laid out a special course at their Blaxhall motocross venue for round five of the ACU Eastern Enduro Championship.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian thrashed Suffolk rivals Mildenhall by 96 runs, in a one-sided Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League contest at Wamil Way on Saturday.

Ben Shepperson and captain Adam Mansfield both made useful contributions with the bat as Suffolk gave themselves a chance of victory following day two of their Minor Counties Championship match, against Bedfordshire at Flitwick today.

Alfie Halil became the first 16-year-old winner of the Faraday Trophy as Suffolk Open champion since Paul Buckle of Stowmarket 36 years ago.

After the World Athletics Championships finished in London on Sunday night, Ipswich now starts gearing up for the Ipswich Twilight Road Races which kick-starts a superb month of sporting action around the county.

Suffolk trail Bedfordshire by 132 runs after the first day’s play at Flitwick Cricket Club.

Despite the challenges of the weather at the Framlingham Tennis Tournament, the Suffolk singles and doubles finals were completed on grass.

Coach Andy Northcote believes Suffolk are building a foundation for years to come.

Youngsters with special education needs from schools in Suffolk got the chance to meet a team of disabled motorsport drivers with a special trip to Snetterton.

Coming head-to-head with the country’s top 16-18 year old time trialists at the National Junior 25 Miles Championship, Wickham Market junior Lyster Romero rose to the occasion by improving his personal best by nearly four minutes to take the bronze medal in a time of 49 minutes 42 seconds.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian have been awarded a 25-point victory from their away match at Horsford, which was initially abandoned as a draw due to a “dangerous” pitch a fortnight ago.

There’s a chance to see some of the best tennis players in Suffolk in action in Framlingham tomorrow.

Teenager Conal Downing of Rookery Park won the F W Mackenzie Cup as the 2017 Suffolk Junior champion.

Jaik Mickleburgh still harbours hopes of returning to the first-class circuit, even though he has had no approaches from any counties despite his prolific form for Suffolk this season.

Hundreds of riders are set to pedal their way around Suffolk this weekend for the fourth annual Crafted Classique cycling extravaganza.

The gamble taken by Suffolk’s Fiona Edmond has paid off.

With Usain Bolt and Sir Mo Farah both in action tonight as the World Athletics Championships 2017 get under way at London Stadium (the former Olympic Stadium), see if you can answer these seven questions based on the two legends.

Suffolk men entered Division One of the national county week competition for the second time in three years – and this time they found their feet just in the nick of time to avoid relegation.

At the end of a hard days’ racing in the CC Breckland Twelve-Hour two attempts on national records had failed but Dave Green from Thetford and Ipswich rider Karen Eaton had won East District Championships with best-ever distances.

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