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Suffolk junior and senior county closed championships at Ipswich Sports club - 
Sebastian Koci-Edwards

A bumper entry for the Suffolk Closed tennis championships at Ipswich

The Suffolk Closed Championships have attracted a bumper entry of 164 junior and senior players, and hopefully the onset of autumnal weather will not put too much of a dampener on this summer finale.

Framlingham tennis action

County youth tennis squads all set for cup action at Framlingham

The summer programme of local tennis tournaments is now fully underway, in what is a great opportunity for followers of tennis to see our more local and experienced players of all age categories in action.

Bury Saints receiver Evin Reese (9) jumping to make a catch at Ipswich

Bury Saints break their record to confirm unbeaten season at Ipswich Cardinals’ expense

The Bury Saints scored a team record 78 points on their way to a demolition of Suffolk rivals the Ipswich Cardinals on Sunday.

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Simon Barnes, writer and horseman helps Riding for the Disabled at Sutton celebrate their 30th anniversary with his son Eddie and staff from the group.

Riding charity celebrates three decades of equestrian therapy

A Suffolk charity has marked 30 years of horse and human affinity with a summer celebration.

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Athletics See all

Steven Barnes proudly displays his GB race suit.

Norfolk athlete says thank you after winning race to finance his dream Great Britain duathlon debut

Fitness fanatic Steven Barnes has breathed a big sigh of relief after avoiding a world championship nightmare.

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Cycling See all

Cyclists in Barking Tye - on Suffolk's mountain stage of the Aviva Tour.

Route for the Aviva Tour of Britain revealed – will Barking Tye be twinned with Alpe d’Huez?

Full details of the Tour of Britain’s progress through Suffolk on Saturday, September 12 have been published – complete with two “mountain” stages at Brantham and Barking Tye near Stowmarket.

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