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Cage Warriors president Graham Boylan says he hopes to bring the bright lights of Europe’s top MMA promotion back to the region – and revealed that Colchester’s James Webb is in line for a world title fight in 2019.

Hometown hero James Webb scored the biggest win of his career at Cage Warriors 99 in Colchester, while local favourite Steve Aimable furthered his case for a featherweight title shot with a hugely impressive victory of his own.

This Saturday night sees Foxhall Stadium stage the ultimate in banger racing – the 2018 Bangers World Championship final, writes Dean Cox.

Former Ipswich Harrier, Kieran Clements, is targeting selection for the European Cross Country Championships following a strong performance on his senior international debut in Spain last weekend.

With the golf season over it is time to reflect on the past few months when James Biggs of Diss collected all the Suffolk Golf Union silverware as well as winning the Lagonda Trophy at Gog Magog.

An Ipswich school has won gold and silver trophies in the Boccia under-19 county championships.

The annual Fireworks Gala Night at Foxhall Stadium had all the hallmarks of a classic race meeting and the huge crowd that attended the meeting went home well entertained as furious action from the National Saloon Stock Cars, Superstox and a big entry of Bangers enthralled the crowd, writes Dean Cox.

Adam Mansfield has been hailed as the ‘perfect skipper’ for Suffolk after it was confirmed he will once again lead the Minor County next season, writes Nick Garnham.

Spotlight on the Ipswich parkrun

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s always, first-time novices mixed with experienced athletes to run parkrun on Saturday morning, none more so than at the weekly Ipswich parkrun at Chantry Park.

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A fast start from James Madgwick set the Bloodwise/QSH rider up for clear run to win the Senior men’s race at West Suffolk Wheelers’ cyclo-cross, writes Fergus Muir.

Mixed martial arts talent Craig Edwards intends to “show the world what I can do” when he steps into the famous Cage Warriors cage for the first time next week.

Ipswich motor-racing star and former National Hot Rod champion, Carl Boardley, will be racing in the British Touring Car Championship in 2019, writes Dean Cox.

Jaik Mickleburgh has committed to a third season as professional of Suffolk’s Minor County side, writes Nick Garnham.

Suffolk heavyweight boxing prospect Fabio Wardley will be looking to make up for lost time next year, after a frustrating 2018 which has seen him struggle to find fights.

Rising Essex MMA star Steve Aimable believes he should have a Cage Warriors title shot in 2019 – and he’ll go about furthering his case when the renowned promotion visits Colchester for the first time next week.

Suffolk athlete, Kieran Clements, who shot to fame as a junior by scooping a host of national titles in 2011, will make his senior debut in an England vest this weekend.

In his latest column, Nino Severino meets a coaching hero of his - Ipswich swimming legend Dave Champion.

Ipswich MMA talent Corrin Eaton has revealed that he’s stepping away from the cage after falling out of love with the sport.

Suffolk’s UFC star Arnold Allen will now face Rick Glenn when he makes his Las Vegas debut later this month.

In his weekly golfing round-up, Tony Garnett looks at the Suffolk boys squad for 2019, the latest Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting and a youngster from Bury who’s heading to Jakarta.

Matthew Snowdon posted a very impressive time on his way to first place from a field of 320 (coincidentally the same number as the previous week) at the latest Kesgrave parkrun on Saturday.

Thinking and pre-planning riding lines helped Cam Hurst to his first Senior cyclo-cross win, which came at the Grafham Water event promoted by the St Ives CC, writes Fergus Muir.

A Felixstowe teenager is celebrating becoming the first hockey player from the town to be picked for England.

Jed Seeley of Newton Green is the Suffolk Golf Union order of merit champion.

Foxhall Stadium hosts the traditional Spedeworth Motorsports gala night on Saturday, featuring thrilling action on the track and a spectacular fireworks display, writes Dean Cox.

Helen Davies produced her most satisfying run, over the marathon distance, at the recent Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon to burst into the top three of the quickest female marathon runners in the UK for this year.

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Ipswich were moments from their first point of the season, but suffered the heartache of conceding from a last-second penalty corner, writes Emma Millar.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares the story of Justice Hall, a youngster from Ipswich whose life was changed by the Elena Baltacha Foundation.

Competitors, marshals and spectators gathered at the Colchester Rovers cyclo-cross for a presentation to founding Eastern Cyclo-Cross League official Neil Pears, writes Fergus Muir.

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