October 30 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town will bid to avoid the new manager bounce on Saturday after Lee Clark was appointed boss at the Blues’ next opponents Blackpool this morning.
Mick McCarthy will celebrate two years in charge of Ipswich Town this weekend.
Ipswich Town’s weekend nemesis Nahki Wells has revealed how he instantly regretted turning down a chance to extend a trial period at Portman Road seven years ago, which would have probably led to him signing for the club.
New Leiston boss Richard Wilkins admitted he was in two minds this summer when he was offered a route back into football by Steve Ball.
He started the summer ranked outside the top 400 players in the country – but now Suffolk’s rising tennis star Matt Hough is looking to break into the UK top 50 by the end of the year.
Records were smashed in the horse racing world this week as Newmarket based bloodstock auctioneers Tattersalls took around £84million in three days – the highest turnover for a sale in European auction history.
As Suffolk and Essex’s rivers and lakes return to full health, it’s not just wildlife that is heading back to the water. Matt Gaw looks at the rise of wild swimming and the best places to take a dip this autumn.
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Bury overcame several obstacles to earn their fifth straight win away at Guernsey and go joint-top of the league, with an unlikely hero in front rower Brad Cook kicking three conversions and three penalties to grab the points.
King’s Lynn star Rory Schlein lived up to his pre-meeting favourite tag with victory in the 16-lap Classic at Foxhall Stadium.
Framlingham 1st XI girls were crowned county champions after a superb display in a physically demanding night of hockey. The first match saw a comfortable 3-0 win against Woodbridge School, goals from Hattie Sunderland (2) and Abby Gooderham.
Sudbury Cricket Club have pulled off a coup with the signing of new Suffolk skipper Tom Huggins.
Ian Ellis shrugged off a rare setback as he prepares for another big challenge in what has been an exciting season.
Covering almost 400 miles and visiting all 72 teams in their league – Stowupland Falcons FC aim to raise thousands of pounds for their club by taking on a mighty cycling challenge.
Three City of Norwich Athletics Club (CONAC) members have received special awards for their service as volunteers.