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Kings of Anglia Issue 9 Magazine Offer

Matchday Recap: Jackson gives Ipswich late hope but Baggies claim three points

PUBLISHED: 17:15 23 November 2018 | UPDATED: 22:06 23 November 2018

Jay Rodriguez (no. 19, partly hidden) gives WBA a 1-0 lead.    Picture: STEVE WALLER     WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM

Jay Rodriguez (no. 19, partly hidden) gives WBA a 1-0 lead. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM

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Ipswich Town were beaten 2-1 by West Bromwich Albion this evening.

The game at Portman Road is manager Paul Lambert’s third in charge of the Blues since being appointed in place of Paul Hurst, with both gomes resulting in draws despite positive performances.

Those games were against Preston and Reading, who are in the lower reaches of the Championship, but tonight sees Lambert’s side face a Baggies team in the thick of the promotion battle.

Darren Moore’s side were relegated from the Premier League last season but still boast a host of top flight talent, with the Hawthorns side sitting fifth in the table ahead of tonight’s game.

This evening’s contest is being screened live by Sky Sports.

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From subtle Santa hats to tricky gingerbread men Ipswich nail technician Chelsea Scarlett has done them all.

Find out how long criminals of East Anglia will spend behind bars with our jailed round-up.

Free iCards for Ipswich youngsters last summer cost £100,000 it has emerged, as latest figures have revealed the extent of take up.

Dogs, cats and rats feature in this weeks round-up. Do you have room in your home for one of these cute creatures from the RSPCA centre in Martlesham?

A group of Beavers based in Mendlesham have welcomed two new leaders after launching a desperate appeal to save their colony.

In the latest of our series in celebrating community heroes we spoke to The Wildlife Gadget Man, Jason Alexander about his work helping to fight plastic waste across the county.

Greater Anglia’s first new “bimode” diesel and electric train for rural routes has ventured out on to the region’s rail network for the first time.

The UK’s tallest bird, the common crane, is returning to wetlands in the region thanks to the success of conservation projects.

A conservative club that survived through two world wars is set to close next week, with its committee blaming a ‘stay-at-home’ drinking culture for the dwindling bar takings.

Within hours of opening a new, exciting gadget on Christmas Day some of us have already broken them.

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