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Middlesbrough midfielder Grant Leadbitter

In-form Middlesbrough midfielder Grant Leadbitter hoping it will be third time lucky as he returns to Portman Road again

Middlesbrough midfielder Grant Leadbitter is fired up ahead of his third trip back to former club Ipswich Town.

Who knew that Santa's a Town Fan? He has discarded his traditonal red hat for a new blue one to show his allegiance along with one of his Elves. Photograph Simon Parker

Meet Santa Claus, the Super Blues’ newest super fan!

It seems Ipswich Town has a new supporter – Santa Claus himself!

Ipswich Town academy director Bryan Klug and Under-18s coach Gerard Nash.

Klug confident plenty more academy players will follow in the footsteps of Bishop and Clarke

Ipswich Town academy director Bryan Klug is confident a new generation of homegrown stars are about to emerge at the club.

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AFC Sudbury's Correy Davidson (red) who scored a slick brace against Mildenhall Town in Suffolk Premier Cup action on Tuesday evening

Suffolk Premier Cup report - AFC Sudbury 3 Mildenhall Town 1. Correy Davidson bags slick brace as Sudbury reach last four

AFC Sudbury eased through to the last four of the Suffolk Premier Cup, thanks to three first-half goals against Mildenhall Town on Tuesday night.

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The senior leaders at the Broom Heath Cyclo-cross from the front: Stephen James, Sean Dunlea and Matthew Webber

Sean Dunlea sprint is too much for Stephen James in Broome Heath Scramble

There was a nail-biting finish to round off a brilliant day at the Broome Heath Scramble near Bungay.

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Equestrian See all

Nissie Ladell on her way to victory. Picture: www.equus-imaging.com

Big names get to grips with tough showjumping challenge at Easton

The British Showjumping Advanced/Progressive Show at Easton & Otley College in Easton attracted a record number of entries.

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Swimming See all

Karen Pickering

Former world swimming champion Karen Pickering gives birth to twin girls

Former Olympic swimmer Karen Pickering has given birth to twin girls. The 42-year-old from Ipswich wrote on Twitter: “Our 2 little girls have arrived safe & sound this morning weighing 4lb9 & 5lb4. Can’t begin to describe how I feel, my life’s changed forever.”

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Rugby See all

Tom Emery from St Joseph's College attacking with the ball during the win against Dartford Grammar in the NatWest Cup

St Joseph’s College beat Dartford Grammar to reach last 16 of NatWest Schools Rugby Cup

St Joseph’s College has won a place in the last 16 of the Under-18 NatWest National Schools Rugby Cup by triumphing over unbeaten Dartford Grammar School 37-11.

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Ipswich Witches See all

Nico Covatti

World Cup star Nico Covatti and Stefan Nielsen are the final two pieces in Witches jigsaw for 2015

Italian World Cup star Nico Covatti and up-and-coming British youngster Stefan Nielsen are the final pieces in the Ipswich Witches’ 2015 line-up.

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Hockey See all

Former Ipswich School pupil George Pinner

England defeat Pakistan and Australia in Champions Trophy

After seeing off defending champions Australia, 3-1, on Saturday, England were in scintillating form again yesterday as they tore through Pakistan, winning 8-2, in the FIH Champions Trophy game, in India.

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Cricket See all

Chelmsford deputy mayor Sandra Pontin pours beer over the ceremonial slab, watched by (l-r) David Masters, Essex CCC facilities/safety manager Graham Childs, Graham Napier, Essex CCC chief executive Derek Bowden and Matt Salisbury.
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Topping out ceremony as first phase of new Essex county cricket ground completed

A milestone in the building of a new ground for Essex County Cricket Club was celebrated by club officials, players and guests.

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Golf See all

Ian Ellis with the spoils of his victory in the Rayleigh Club Championship.

Wentworth return caps a memorable year for Ian Ellis

Ian Ellis can reflect on one of his best years as a professional golfer – and had he taken just one less shot over two rounds at the BMW PGA Championship last May it would have been THE best.

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Cycling See all

The senior leaders at the Broom Heath Cyclo-cross from the front: Stephen James, Sean Dunlea and Matthew Webber

Sean Dunlea sprint is too much for Stephen James in Broome Heath Scramble

There was a nail-biting finish to round off a brilliant day at the Broome Heath Scramble near Bungay.

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Athletics See all

Craig Skipp completes four marathons in twp days - in memory of mum Julie Skipp. Finishing at Headway Bury St Edmund treated by family, friends and Headway staff.

Craig’s quadruple marathon challenge in memory of mum Julie

Completing the equivalent of four marathons in just two days proved no problem for Craig Skipp, who was inspired to take on the challenge in memory of his mother.

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