August 1 2014 Latest news:
Sir Bobby’s youngest son has admitted his family had no idea how much of an impact the former Ipswich manager’s legacy would have.
He will long be remembered as one of Ipswich Town’s most successful managers - and surely there is no better way of celebrating the life and career of Sir Bobby Robson than to give fans the chance to be a part of the club for which gave so much to.
A gentleman with good values who played football the right way.
New Woodbridge Town manager Jamie Scales will be expected to stabilise the Woodpeckers after being appointed manager.
The conclusions of the 14U and 18U age groups at the Bury and West Suffolk Tennis Tournament brought excellent viewing for watching spectators at Culford School yesterday.
As well as some of the world’s finest polo players you’ll be able to enjoy some expert racing camels too when England take on Clogau Wales as Hopkins International Polo returns to Ipswich’s Trinity Park.
Bury St Edmunds swimmer Chris Walker-Hebborn blew away the rest of the field to claim 100m backstroke gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The hard work starts now for Ipswich schoolboy Lewis Ludlam, who has secured a dream move to Premiership giants Northampton Saints.
Ipswich Witches 60 Berwick Bandits 34
Harry Martin and George Pinner will lead the charge to bring gold back to Ipswich, as England expects at the Commonwealth Games.
Billy Root loved every minute of his superb knock of 210 not out for Suffolk, against Buckinghamshire yesterday.
Newton Green’s lethal pairing of Mark Duthie and Simon Bearman slaughtered their morning and afternoon opponents by 13 holes to set up victory over Gorleston.
Anger drove England’s Alex Dowsett to Commonwealth Games gold in the men’s road time-trial today after illness ruined his hopes of competing in a first Tour de France.
The quest for another Commonwealth Games medal continues for Norfolk-born squash stars Laura Massaro and James Willstrop today.