April 19 2014 Latest news:
Watford v Ipswich: Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is glad he looked beyond the obvious when building his squad last summer.
Watford v Ipswich: Ipswich Town head into this afternoon’s match at Watford knowing that a top-six finish is now in their own hands following a very Good Friday.
Ipswich Town will wear an away orange away kit once again next season – and the omens are good.
Grundisburgh manager Micky Squirrell will have no qualms should his team miss out on the Senior Division title this season.
Toormore, last season’s champion two-year-old in Europe, predictably won the Craven Stakes at Newmarket yesterday to retain his place high on the list 2,000 Guineas hopefuls.
Two young dressage riders from the region have been long listed for selection for the Junior and Young Riders teams for the European Championships this summer.
Norwich Swan Swimming Club’s most successful swimmer Laura Marzolini will begin her bid for glory at the British Gas Swimming Championships today.
Promotion to London 1 North has been secured but Ipswich still have plenty to fight for in their final game of the season at South Woodham, while moves are already being made to make the club a force at the next level of the game.
Peterborough Panthers 52 Ipswich Witches 40
Ipswich-based Grasshoppers Ladies have clinched promotion to the Suffolk Indoor Premier Division.
Matt Hunn burst on to the first-class cricket scene last season and the former Suffolk bowler is desperate to continue living the dream this summer.
Cliff Longman and Andrea McNally drove into office as the joint captains of Woodbridge Golf Club on Sunday.
Next month’s Tour de Tendring cycle race has already attracted more than 500 entrants.
Three gold medals, one silver, two bronze and a world record – not a bad haul for Norwich athlete Carole Filer at the World Masters Indoor Championships, you could say.