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Young Ipswich rider Jack Parrish scored his first senior win in West Suffolk Wheelers' cyclo-cross at West Stow Country Park, writes Fergus Muir.

Ipswich Town's trip to Oxford next weekend has been called off, as expected, due to international call-ups.

In an ideal world, the 906 incredible souls who travelled 230 miles to Rochdale and back would be treated to a festival of football. After all, they equated for almost a third of the crowd at the Crown Oil Arena, writes Dave Gooderham.

More than 900 hardy Ipswich Town fans made the long trip to Rochdale last night to see the Blues claim a 1-0 win and return to the summit of League One - here's some pre-game thoughts and post-match reaction from supporters!

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses South Africa's win in the Rugby World Cup Final - and the powerful story of Springboks captain Siya Kolisi.

Mark Heath, Andy Warren, Stuart Watson and Ross Halls are back with another Kings of Anglia podcast, tackling all the big questions around Ipswich Town and much more.

Much of the Town topic on Twitter and beyond over the weekend centred around the 18th anniversary of our wonderful away trip to Helsingborg in the UEFA Cup back in the 2001/02 season, writes Karl Fuller.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz went to visit the recently-opened Sakura Japanese restaurant in Bury St Edmunds for a Sunday lunch. Here's what they made of it.

Natasha Thomas hit a 94th minute winner as Ipswich Town came from behind to beat Enfield Town 2-1 at QE2 Stadium yesterday.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert met the media this morning before his team get back into action with a trip to Rochdale tomorrow night - and you can watch his whole press conference back here.

FA Vase Second Round

Woodbridge Town 5

Godmanchester Rovers 2

Woodbridge Town reached the third round of the FA Vase for the first time in 20 years with an impressive display.

Isthmian North

Felixstowe & Walton United 3

Brentwood Town 3

There were no winners on Saturday at the Goldstar Ground where an ill-disciplined clash between Felixstowe & Walton and Brentwood Town was reduced to farce with eight yellow cards and two reds, followed by another two red cards for Brentwood coaches after the final whistle, writes Barry Grossmith.

Former fan favourite Tommy Smith has revealed he'd love to play for Ipswich Town again one day.

Ipswich rider Liam Manser sprung a surprise at the Grafham Water cyclo-cross when he came from behind to win the Senior men's event - in his first race since the summer.

Ipswich Town striker Freddie Sears is back in first team training.

The last time I moonlighted as a football reporter, I walked out the ground shaking my head, writes Dave Gooderham. How could someone be so foolish at the end of such a meaningless game?

Exciting Suffolk MMA prospect Jimmy Fell is now a two-promotion champion - and he's taking aim at a step up to the full Cage Warriors show for his next fight on the path to turning profesional.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares his thoughts on how sport and the coaches' skillset can transfer into business and help tackle the mrntal health problems seen in the workplace.

Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson says his team could well be top of League One right now - were it not for Ipswich Town and Wycombe Wanderers playing "Bolton's youth team."

Craig Forrest, the keeper for Ipswich Town in their Premier League record 9-0 defeat by Manchester United back in 1995, says he's happy Angus Gunn didn't conceed a tenth goal in Southampton's record-tying slaughter by Leicester last week.

Essex MMA talent Leigh Mitchell says he feels like he's heading to the 'next step' after securing his first professional win in spectacular style at Cage Warriors Academy South East 24 in Colchester.

Katy Sandalls, Ross Halls and Tom Whitby are back with the second episode of our new women's football podcast, Glancing Header.

The Ipswich Town fan who stepped in from the stands to serve as the fourth official in Saturday's win over Southend has been offered tickets for the rest of the season by the Shrimpers.

I read Stuart Watson's final verdict of the weekend with great interest as he reflected on Paul Lambert's first anniversary and what the Scot has achieved in his year in charge, writes Karl Fuller.

Women's FA Cup

Ipswich Town 6

Norwich City 1

Ipswich Town cruised into the first-round proper of the Women's FA Cup with an emphatic 6-1 East Anglian derby victory over local rivals Norwich City at the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe.

Some lessons have been learned in the last, quite challenging, week in Ipswich Town's quest for an automatic return to Championship football, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

Thurlow Premier

Walsham-le-Willows 1

Mildenhall Town 1

Walsham moved themselves off the foot of the table with this point as they produced a fine defensive display against a Mildenhall side who dominated possession for most of the game on a wet and windy day at Summer Road, writes David Meeson.

Isthmian North

Witham Town 3

Felixstowe & Walton 1

Sometimes a team loses a game and they thoroughly deserve to lose. For Felixstowe, this wasn't one of those games, writes Barry Grossmith.

Isthmian North

Bury Town 3

Romford 1

On a wet afternoon at the Denny Bros Stadium, top-of-the-table Bury Town entertained the bottom side Romford, and the thought of a potential banana skin scenario was eventually avoided with a thoroughly workmanlike performance that extended their lead at the summit by five points, writes John Campany.

Ipswich Town bounced back to winning ways with a 3-1 triumph at Southend United yesterday - here's all the sights, sounds and reaction from the afternoon in our #Gameday video.

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