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Tom Adams and Megan Newton won the senior titles at the Suffolk Schools Area Cross Country Championships, staged at Royal Hospital School in Holbrook last Thursday.

Some of the best athletes in the region did battle for the title of the fittest in Suffolk at the weekend.

Harry Fricker of Kesgrave High School, whose handicap is scratch, won the Suffolk Schools’ Championship title at Hintlesham with a three under par round of 69, writes Tony Garnett.

More than 140 of the region’s best athletes will fight it out for the right to be called the fittest in Suffolk this weekend.

Last Saturday marked the 13th anniversary of Parkrun, a running fever that has swept the country and has been going from strength-to-strength in Suffolk and Essex.

Ipswich Hockey Club’s women’s first team travel up the A140 on Saturday for a derby game against the Norwich Dragons (1.15pm).

The world banger car champion crowned at Foxhall Stadium at the weekend has been sensationally stripped of his title after an investigation found the runner-up actually won.

A pair of Suffolk athletes are set to test themselves against the best on earth at the legendary World’s Strongest Man and Woman competitions in America.

A play-off between two former Suffolk Open champions, Jamie Abbott (2005) and Jamie Moul (2001), was needed to settle first prize in the Jamega Tour Championship at Old Fold Manor.

Tom Adams cruised to victory at the annual Martlesham 10K road race on Sunday, leading from start to finish over the traditionally fast, flat four-lap course.

The collapse of Monarch Airlines has hit the England under 21 karate squad to the tune of £18,000

Jo Woodward and Amanda Norman of Felixstowe Ferry won the Haskell Cup with a 6 and 5 victory over Abbie Symonds and Helen Bray in the final at Haverhill.

Ipswich Life Saving Club members finished their open water season in style, with impressive performances in the Shelia Norman Memorial Suffolk Open Water Pairs competition.

In his final column of 2017, Don Topley discusses an unsatisfactory end to the county cricket season with a dispute over slow over rate costing Middlesex their place in Division One.

There was a weekend of record-breaking in the Waveney Valley as new course bests were set by several winners in the Norwich Amateur Bicycle Club double bill of time trialling, writes Fergus Muir.

In his first weekly column Nino Severino looks at the power of sport for good, highlighting Anthony Joshua’s remarkable story, discusses a life-changing meeting with Rio Ferdinand, and his friendship with Judy Murray.

Ipswich’s Jack Somers has just returned from competing at the WSKA World Shotokan Karate Championships, in Treviso, Italy.

Foxhall Stadium hosts the Unlimited National Bangers Championship of the World this weekend, writes Dean Cox.

Woodbridge won an exciting Cranworth Salver final against Newton Green by five matches to four at Diss. It was wet for the foursomes but fine in the afternoon.

Suffolk’s Jaik Mickleburgh said he was not even aware of the Wilfred Rhodes Trophy for the leading Minor Counties batsman until he was told he had won it, writes Nick Garnham.

Sole Bay Sport rider Denise Hurren took the top women’s award in the Velo Club Baracchi “Ten” in 23:42, but only just – she was closely challenged by Cindy Berry, who is from the University of East Anglia but rides for Bowlphish Racing and was only five seconds slower, writes Fergus Muir.

Don Topley discusses the Ashes squad, why James Vince isn’t a good selection and the Ben Stokes saga in his latest weekly cricket column.

Woodbridge DMCC hosted the sixth and penultimate round of the Bickers Lifting ACU Eastern Motocross Championship at Blaxhall near Woodbridge at the weekend.

Cricket correspondent CARL MARSTON reviews the East Anglian Premier League season, which ended with Sudbury winning the title for the first-ever time

Suffolk sailors have trebled their support for lifesavers at sea after extending an annual fundraiser to include an entire weekend of family focused events.

The trio of Suffolk players in stage one of the PGA European Tour qualifying school at Stoke by Nayland have all progressed to the second stage in Spain between November 3 and 6.

The Great East Run could be even bigger when it returns to Ipswich next year, organisers have hinted.

Suffolk won the battle for third place in the England Women’s County finals which finished in glorious sunshine at Felixstowe Ferry today, writes Tony Garnett

Suffolk Ladies hope to take third place in the England Ladies’ County Championship at Felixstowe Ferry.

Suffolk families enjoyed traditional sports day games at an event set up to encourage people to become more active while raising funds for an organisation supporting parents.

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