Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Town fan KARL FULLER takes a look at life at Portman Road, as Town remain unbeaten

Jason Crump’s third place in the British Final at Belle Vue on Monday told us much about the man, as MIKE BACON reports.

Former AFC Sudbury defender, Tyler French, has been named in the EFL Team of the Week after his performance for Bradford City at the weekend.

Former Ipswich Town star KIERON DYER casts his eye over the football world - from Portman Road to the Premier League

RORY Schlein won the 2020 British Final at a wet Belle Vue.

Three wins out of three and three clean sheets. North Stander, TERRY HUNT, is a happy man - and why not?

It’s been another good weekend for Ipswich Town and their fans. Plenty to talk about and plenty to cheer.

Ipswich Town remain top of League One after their 2-0 win over Rochdale at Portman Road on Saturday.

Top of the table and three wins from three. Ipswich Town’s twitter army are rightly enjoying life.

The British Final set to be at Ipswich Saturday night has been switched to Belle Vue. The meeting will now take place on Monday.

The 2019-20 Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup Final will be played over two legs.

More restrictions come into place in the non-league game and for many clubs another step could be one too far. MIKE BACON takes up the story.

It’s speedway’s British Final at Belle Vue on Monday night. Who better to cast their eye over the runners and riders than seven-time champion and Ipswich-born Scott Nicholls. MIKE BACON spoke to him

In his weekly look at life at Portman Road, MIKE BACON hopes the Blues can bring some much needed cheer to all

This Saturday’s British Final at Ipswich will go ahead – but very sadly without fans in attendance.

Former Ipswich Town star KIERON DYER takes another look at the footballing world, from Ipswich Town to Gareth Bale and Soccer AM!

League action commences for our Step 3 and 4 clubs this weekend, as well as the FA Vase getting underway. Lots of big games. MIKE BACON and CARL MARSTON cast their eyes over them.

After the euphoria of their play-off victory at Wembley in May 2000, Ipswich Town headed into the Premiership and embarked on one the best-ever seasons in the club’s recent history. 20 years on MIKE BACON looks back - and in a series of features in the coming weeks and months ahead, speaks to many of those involved, players, management and fans. He welcomes your thoughts.

Ipswich Sunday side Kitchener Taverners continue to rattle up the stats.

Three-time British champion Chris Harris has announced he will ride in the British Final at Ipswich next weekend.

In his weekly look at life at Portman Road, MIKE BACON says he feels Paul Lambert got it spot on his week when he talked about young players going out on loan

From the latest at Portman Road to the start of the Premier League, former Town star KIERON DYER shares his thoughts in his weekly column...

When Cornard United defender Dave Dowding picked up his man-of-the-match award for an outstanding performance against Sheringham in the Thurlow Nunn League on Saturday, he made a speech to remember.

The British speedway Final on Saturday week will be available to watch live thanks to a new streaming service.

The British speedway final at Foxhall Stadium, Ipswich IS going ahead later this month.

Well, after last week’s opener, Carl Marston has taken a slight lead in the prediction charts over Mike Bacon. So here we go again, as the FA Cup takes centre stage!

Mike Bacon takes a look at our pre-season hopes. And says it’s time for the young guns to really break through...

Sport pilot events in England scheduled for the rest of September could be limited to 1,000 spectators as coronavirus restrictions are tightened nationwide.

Showing great promise for the future, 14 year old Harry Brinded won the Thorpeness Golf Club Championship beating his father James Brinded, the Club Captain, into second place by six shots over the two-day event.

Leiston begin their Southern League Premier season in two weeks and could come up against a former Premier League star

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