July 29 2014 Latest news:
Proceedings got off to a fantastic start at this year’s Bury and West Suffolk Tennis Tournament, held at Culford School’s excellent LTA Performance Tennis Centre facility.
If you pitched it as a sports film the director would reject it as being too far-fetched.
Tennis youngsters from across the county have been enjoying plenty of ‘mini-tennis’ action this week in the Ipswich Parks Tournament, held at Ipswich Sports Club, Henley Road.
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.
Norfolk is celebrating a fifth medal from one of its Commonwealth Games athletes – after shooter Aaron Heading claimed silver in the men’s shotgun trap.
A wheely good time is guaranteed this August as the town’s popular cycling weekend returns.
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.
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.