March 27 2015 Latest news:
New loan signing Zeki Fryers is hoping to help ‘massive club’ Ipswich Town back into the Premier League.
Ipswich Town forgotten man Paul Taylor insists Blackburn Rovers is the place he wants to be, labelling the Lancashire club the biggest he has been at.
Jonny Williams has thanked fans for their ‘special support’ following his return to Ipswich Town for a third spell.
So, the Hospital Cup is back.
Ipswich Basketball Club have made history by signing their first-ever professional player.
Lauren Braithwaite and John Ferguson, two of East Anglia’s top Point-To-Point trainers, both enjoyed double success at the East Essex fixture at a chilly Marks Tey, near Colchester, on Saturday.
The Suffolk County Championships took place over the past three weekends at Crown Pools, including teams from all over the county, with Team Ipswich taking the top club award with 2654 points.
Remember the name, Alex Moon.
Ipswich Witches director of speedway Chris Louis is hoping Cameron Heeps can take his form at Rye House into the season ahead – starting at Foxhall on Thursday night.
A group of intrepid Ipswich hockey players will be braving a walk of more than 100km from London to Brighton in a single day.
A “fantastic” new sports hall has been officially opened in Bury St Edmunds as thanks were given to a headteacher who is stepping down and was pivotal to the project.
Keith Bass, a man who played a major role in the development of junior golf in Norfolk and beyond, has died at the age of 89.
Britain’s most prestigious cycling event returns to Suffolk this year when more than a hundred top riders are expected to race through the county as thousands of cheering spectators watch from towns and villages along the route.
Norfolk’s cross country runners made the long journey to Blackburn and came away with a trophy at the English Schools Cross Country Championships.