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Stowmarket’s Josh Webster to defend Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship

Stowmarket’s Josh Webster will be returning to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship to defend his title with support from the 2014/15 Porsche GB Scholarship.

Troy Huggins, Ipswich U13 boys, drives to the basket

Ipswich Basketball Club round-up: Under 13 boys stay unbeaten

The unbeaten Ipswich Basketball Club U13’s were the busiest team of the weekend, with a double-header for Coach Noel Lambert’s boys, which began with their toughest game of the season, winning 61-48 against the Southend Scorpions.

Sam Newman was superb against Lancashire

Sam Newman sizzles, but Ipswich Basketball Club lose at Lancashire Spinners

EBL Division Two

Lancashire Spinners 98

Ipswich 92

Ipswich’s promotion hopes are fading fast after they finished on the losing side of a thrilling game with the league leaders in Greater Manchester on Saturday.

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Liz Ellesley receives her award from Endurance GB chairman John Hudson. 
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Outgoing chairman Ellie Head honoured by Iceni members

Over 80 Iceni members and supporters attended Santon Downham Village Hall on the last day of January to enjoy a celebratory evening.

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Bungay Black Dog Running Club athlete Tom Pullinger has been selected to represent GB in the half ironman championships.

There’s life in the old dog yet! Norfolk triathlete, 43, earns GB place after proving doctors wrong

Triathlete Tom Pullinger has landed a dream Great Britain call-up – almost two years after being told to hang up his running shoes.

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A charity bike ride is set to take place from Bury in Lancashire to Ram Meadow home of Bury Town FC. L-R: Jocelyn Clarke (Breakthrough), Phil Smailes (Bury Town vice chair), Michelle Banfield-Curran (Bury Town chief exec), Trevor Collins (Bury Town Director). Paul Meredith (committee member) and Sue Smith (Breakthrough).

Bury Town FC team aim to raise £50k cycling from Gigg Lane ground to Bury, in Greater Manchester

Football fans are hoping to raise £50,000 by cycling the 224 miles between Bury, in Greater Manchester, to Bury St Edmunds.

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