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Ipswich Basketball Club round-up: Ethan Price scores 57 points for Under-16 Boys

PUBLISHED: 10:30 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:30 31 October 2017

Ipswich's Ethan Price had an extraordinary game for the Under-16 Boys. Picture: PAVEL KRICKA

Ipswich's Ethan Price had an extraordinary game for the Under-16 Boys. Picture: PAVEL KRICKA

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The Ipswich Basketball Under-14 Girls thrilled their home crowd with a 56-52 win over Haringey Angels, writes Rob Schatten.

Ipswich limited their opponents to only four baskets from open play in the fourth quarter and this offered the platform for strong scoring performances down the stretch from Susannah Rafiu (21pts) and Makenna Williams (16pts) to seal the game in Ipswich’s favour.

Adam Robinson’s Under-16 Boys won a tense away game against Northants Titans 104-103 to move to the next round of the National Cup.

In a scrappy affair, Ipswich held their nerve to secure the victory. Ethan Price once again dominated, leading the team in scoring with a massive 57-point outing, while Jacob Morgan added 16 and Ahmeed Yusoof 15.

The Under-18 Boys also sealed an important away win at Bucks Hornets behind big performances from Ben Winter, Price and Troy Huggins, while the Under-14 Boys suffered a tough one-possession home defeat to Milton Keynes.

Work to complete the final section of the Cornhill revamp in Ipswich has started with the arrival of the first part of the “Four Gateways” artwork which is going up outside Debenhams.

Fares on Ipswich Buses are going up again at the end of November – for the second time in nine months.

Free tickets to go and watch the mighty Tractor Boys play at Portman Road are being given to nearby schools.

A nursery in Felixstowe has been put into special measures after it received its second “inadequate” Ofsted inspection this year.

An Ipswich man suffered cuts and bruises and two broken teeth after being attacked by a neighbour, it has been alleged.

An Ipswich man who allowed his home to be used by county line drug dealers has been given three months by a judge to prove he can change his ways.

A young musician is urging other teenagers to learn to respect one another after she suffered at the hands of bullies.

As politicians in the House of Commons debate the latest draft agreement that has been thrashed out negotiators, business leaders in Suffolk and Essex have shared their thoughts on whether they support Mrs May’s proposals or not.

Ipswich Town supporters were among the best behaved fans in the Championship last season, according to a league table of bans for violence and disorder.

The Southwold brewery Adnams is seeking damages as the main claimant in a group action lawsuit which was filed this week.

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