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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Suffolk's hopes of winning the Anglian League for the first time since 2002 were dented by a narrow defeat at the hands of a resurgent Cambridgeshire at Brampton Park on Sunday.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley says he has a 'good feeling' about the season ahead.

Leiston Football Club have handed over their old football kits to the Futurestars Charity, run by former Ipswich Town star Simon Milton.

Your favourite-ever Witches 1-7 is proving popular. Here are another selection sent to MIKE BACON.

In his latest column, DON TOPLEY, looks ahead to England's World Cup semi-final next week.

Belle Vue Aces v Ipswich Witches, Premiership meeting preview

In his weekly column, MIKE BACON takes a look at pre-season. Is it all it's cracked up to be?

Swindon Robins 46 Ipswich Witches 44

In this week's Danny King column, the Witches skipper looks back at a fine win at Peterborough and some big meetings ahead.

As we continue our popular Witches 1-7 feature, this time we hear from Kevin Long, centre green presenter at Foxhall.

Craig Parker is returning to Bloomfields for the coming season - and Needham Market boss Richard Wilkins is very happy about that, writes Mike Bacon.

PETER Revell, the captain of the Bungay and Waveney Valley Stenson Shield and Hambro Cup squads, won the Geoffrey Barnard Bowl at Rookery Park as the new Suffolk Senior champion.

Stowmarket Town assistant boss Paul Musgrove said he takes 'all the fuss' over his club's summer signings as a compliment.

Ipswich Wanderers joint boss James Buckle says it will be good for his team to 'finally have some pressure on us'.

The 'Tru Plant' Witches travel to face the Peterborough Panthers at the East of England Arena & Events Centre tonight in a Premiership clash that starts at 7.30pm, writes Henry Chard.

Choosing your favourite-ever Ipswich Witches team is clearly proving fun. Here ROB SCRUTTON chooses his... Join in the fun and email mike.bacon@archant.co.uk with your favourite Witches team.

TONY GARNETT is a doyen of Ipswich Town journalism. In the latest Kings of Anglia magazine, which is out now, he tells the fascinating tale of former Blues boss SCOTT DUNCAN, who was manager from 1937-1955.

Former Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane is on the look-out for another management role.

In his weekly column MIKE BACON looks at his so far League One Tour... Which isn't adding up to much!

Ipswich Witches fans have certainly been in full voice as regards their favourite-ever Witches 1-7 (and reserves). Here are more of your nominations. Do you agree or not? Send me your favourite 1-7 in. Remember, favourite, not best-ever.. mike.bacon@archant.co.uk

A mud-spattered Dale Johnston won a searing sprint to win the senior men's race at round one of the Suffolk Cycle Race Series on a wet Trinity Park circuit in Ipswich, writes Fergus Muir

Leiston have swooped to sign Cambridge City striker Ryan Sharman.

Ipswich Witches 49 King's Lynn Stars 41.... MIKE BACON takes a look at the Witches performance

Ipswich Witches 49 King's Lynn Stars 41

In his latest column NINO SEVERINO meets up-and-coming Suffolk speedway star Drew Kemp

Former speedway aces MARK LORAM & CHRIS LOUIS join MIKE BACON for a special podcast.

Ipswich Witches team boss Ritchie Hawkins is hoping fans continue to get behind his team.

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