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In the final round of the Revel Outdoors Winter Series, held on Shouldham Warren, Seb Herrod (Absolute Black) challenged the supremacy of Andrew Cockburn in the Three-Hour Men’s race and as battle was joined the pair opened a very large gap on the rest of the field, writes Fergus Muir.

The Suffolk FA Grassroots Football Photograph of the Season is returning with a new sponsor, writes Nick Garnham.

In his latest column, Tony Garnett takes a look at the new Rules of Golf, which are set to be introduced from January next year.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares his memories of being an Olympic coach as Team GB compete for medals at the Winter Games out in South Korea.

London 2 North

Ipswich 23

Norwich 15

It was brilliant sunny day at Humber Doucy Lane as the two sides took to the field for this derby match in front of a large & noisy crowd of 350 spectators with Ipswich still smarting from the hammering they suffered at Beeston Hyrne back in October, writes John Kornjaca.

NC East 1

Lakenham Hewitt 5

Woodbridge Amazons 44

Sitting third in the league prior to this weekend, a mouth-watering trip to bottom placed Lakenham Hewitt meant the Woodbridge Amazons could keep the pressure up on the two sides above them, writes Ian Girling.

NC East 1

Bury Foxes 40

Harwich Owls 0

The flying Bury Foxes welcomed undefeated Harwich Owls to the Haberden in what promised to be a colossal top-of-the-table clash in NC East 1, writes Ashley Cook.

Suffolk Women’s FA Cup quarter-final

Ipswich Town 7

Bungay Town 1

Ipswich Town Ladies continued their attempt to defend the Suffolk Women’s FA Cup for the fourth successive year with a comfortable 7-1 victory over a spirited Bungay Town Ladies’ at Skyliner Sports Centre in Bury St Edmunds, writes Kieren Standley.

Ipswich Town U23 1

Charlton Athletic U23 2

Shane McLoughlin was on the scoresheet but it wasn’t enough as Ipswich Town’s Under 23’s were beaten 2-1 by Charlton Athletic at Playford Road this afternoon, writes Kieren Standley.

NBL Division Two North

Ipswich 92

Northamptonshire 56

Ipswich moved within one win of securing the Division Two North Championship and promotion to Division One, with another dominant performance away to Northamptonshire Titans, writes Oliver Williams.

NBL Division Two

Westminster Warriors 84

Ipswich 68

A slow start cost Ipswich a realistic chance at victory as they travelled to Westminster Warriors, who are still on the fringes of the promotion race in Division Two this season, writes Rob Schatten.

The Under-14 Girls were the big winners of the IBC junior classes this weekend, wiping out Baddow Eagles 101-45 at Copleston behind a high-paced second half.

London 3 East

Wisbech 19

Woodbridge Warriors 34

Woodbridge started vigorously, the Warriors pushing up-field for Jamie Smith to kick three penalty points.

London 2 North

Sudbury 38

Chelmsford 3

Sudbury consolidated the second place position in the league with a bonus point win over Chelmsford at Whittome field, with the added bonus of the third-placed team losing their home game.

Saturday saw Chelmsford’s first team travel to Sudbury to face them for the second time this season. Despite an undeniable improvement from Chelmsford in 2018, Sudbury proved too strong a side, writes Annie Coulson.

London 1 North

Letchworth 0

Colchester 79

Colchester ran rampant, scoring 13 unanswered tries, a number that proved to be unlucky for their hosts Letchworth, writes Steve Whiteman.

London 3 Eastern Counties

Southwold 30

Stowmarket 27

The match-up between the top two teams in London 3 Eastern Counties proved to be an all-time classic which will live long in the memory of those lucky enough to be there, writes David Vaughan.

What an absolute kick in the teeth, writes Karl Fuller in the wake of Ipswich Town’s 1-1 draw with Norwich City at Carrow Road.

What a shame. Mick McCarthy was only seconds away from having another favourite DVD to add to his collection of perfect away performances. You know the ones – shut up shop for the entire second half, then nick a winner from a set-piece, writes Northstander Terry Hunt,

Achilles extended their lead at the top of the SIL Senior Division to eight points after comfortably beating East Bergholt United 6-2 away.

In Bostik North, AFC Sudbury sprung a surprise with a home victory over league leaders AFC Hornchurch, extending their unbeaten run to six matches.

A dogged performance from Framlingham Town saw the Castlemen keep another clean sheet, Danny Smith score his 100th senior goal and young Portuguese Sini Rodrigues net his first for the club in a fine 3-0 win over Swaffham in Thurlow Nunn One.

Thurlow Nunn First Division

Holland FC 1

Woodbridge Town 3

Woodbridge Town maintained their lead at the top of the table with another away win on a difficult pitch, writes John Middleditch.

Thurlow Nunn Premier

Stowmarket Town 2

Saffron Walden Town 3

Stowmarket Town saw their winning start to 2018 come to an end after a late Joe Murphy goal helped Saffron Walden Town take all the points, writes Alex Moss.

Bostik Premier

Leiston 3

Billericay Town 1

Billericay, the Bostik Premier champions elect, were brushed aside by a magnificent Leiston performance that made a mockery of the form book, writes John Campany.

National League South

Bognor Regis Town 2

Braintree Town 1

The wait for an Iron win goes on after this latest setback at Nyewood Road, where they conceded two sloppy first half goals from which they never recovered despite an improved second half showing, writes David Ward.

National League Two South

Bury St Edmunds 46

Canterbury 26

These two mid-table teams served up an 11-try feast with Bury deservedly edging the contest by virtue of scoring seven to the visitors’ four, writes Simon Lord.

On a wild night of first round finishes, Ben Woolliss claimed the 66kg pro K1 title with a ruthless stoppage in the main event of Contenders 22 at the fittingly-named Epic Studios in Norwich last night.

Ipswich Town travel to old rivals Norwich City looking for their first win since 2009 in the East Anglian derby tomorrow at 12 noon – here’s how the betting looks for the big clash.

After three league defeats in as many matches, Leiston’s season doesn’t get any easier tomorrow afternoon as table-toppers Billericay Town are the visitors to Victory Road, writes Craig Cooper.

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