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It’s that kind of season. Just when everything seems to be miserable, and the fans’ anger is mounting, along comes a victory to lighten the mood. At least temporarily, writes Northstander Terry Hunt.
Saturday was a much-needed day for Town fans, writes Karl Fuller.
Achilles sit in second place in the SIL Senior Division after a 5-2 home win over Ransomes.
In the Thurlow Nunn Premier, Long Melford beat Walsham-le-Willows 1-0 to complete a double over a team just above them in the league.
Thurlow Nunn First Division
King’s Lynn Reserves 2
Woodbridge Town 1
Woodbridge, boasting former Ipswich Town star Carlos Edwards on the bench, made the long journey to Kings Lynn but came home with their first league defeat of the season.
Benhall St Mary 3
Leiston St Margarets 3
Two goals in the final five minutes of this thrilling derby saw Leiston St Margarets grab a well-deserved 3-3 draw against Benhall St Mary.
Felixstowe & Walton United 2
Thetford Town 1
A piece of high quality finishing deep into time added on at the end of the 90 minutes left Thetford shattered after slugging it out with the league leaders.
Stowmarket Town 7
Fakenham Town 1
Stowmarket Town moved back up to second in the table after thrashing Fakenham Town 7-1 at Greens Meadow, writes Alex Moss.
Needham Market 1
A goal in the opening minutes of each half proved sufficient to give the Surrey side the points, despite a late rally from Needham which saw them grab a consolation goal in injury time, writes John Campany.
Punters are backing Ipswich Town to get their season back on track with a win against Leeds United at Portman Road this afternoon (3pm).
In this week’s nostalgia we take a look back to August 2011, when a 90th minute winner for Ipswich condemned 10-man Leeds to their worst start to a season in 14 years at Portman Road....
Mike Bacon takes a look at ‘No Hunger In Paradise’, the book and TV programme about youth academy football..
Rick Andrews insists his Stowmarket Town side’s focus is on the teams below them rather than the top two, writes Alex Moss.
He may have already been dubbed ‘the new Daryl Murphy’ by his Ipswich Town team-mates, but Aaron Drinan has insisted he has his own style.
Former Ipswich Town captain Carlos Edwards would like to see more leaders on the pitch among the current crop of Blues players.
Kieffer Moore has taken to Twitter to thank Mick McCarthy and Terry Connor after leaving Portman Road for Barnsley.
Ipswich Town players will wear black armbands and take part in a minute’s applause before the Championship clash with Leeds United on Saturday after the death of legendary striker Ted Phillips.
Ipswich Town are among a host of clubs chasing the signature of free agent winger David Cotterill, it has been reported.
Former sports editor TONY GARNETT recalls some of his favourite Ted Phillips stories after the legendary Ipswich Town striker died aged 84....
Ipswich Town legend Ted Phillips, the player reputed to have the hardest shot in football in his prime, has died at the age of 84. Here, former sports editor TONY GARNETT pays tribute.
FA Cup Third Round
Ipswich Town 2
Charlton Athletic 5 aet
Ipswich Town Ladies’ dreams of reaching the FA Cup Fourth Round for the first time were shattered in an extra-time defeat to higher league Charlton Athletic.
Punters are backing Sheffield United to continue Ipswich Town’s long run of woe in the FA Cup by beating them in their Third Round tie at Portman Road this afternoon (3pm).
In this week’s nostalgia, we take a look back to when unsung striker Neil Gregory scored a first half hat-trick as Ipswich Town beat Sheffield United 3-1 at Portman Road in March 1997...
Mike Bacon remembers the day Ipswich Town won the FA Cup – as 40 years on Town begin another FA Cup adventure...
Tommy Smith has insisted Ipswich can still make the Championship play-offs despite Tuesday night’s defeat by Fulham, leaving them seven points off the top six, writes Andy Warren.
Derby County could be without two key men for this afternoon’s trip to Portman Road.
The vast majority of punters are backing high-flying Derby County to beat Ipswich Town at Portman Road this afternoon (3pm).
In this week’s nostalgia, we take a look back to November 2008 as Town took advantage of defensive errors to beat Derby 2-0 at Portman Road, thanks to goals from Pablo Counago and Jon Walters.
Mick McCarthy spoke to the media this lunchtime ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Derby at Portman Road.
Four sides are chasing the signature of red hot Town striker Kieffer Moore in January.