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In his latest Ipswich Town column, Karl Fuller pens an open letter to Blues owner Marcus Evans...

Thurlow Nunn One

Woodbridge Town 1

Whitton United 0

This much anticipated clash between the division’s top two sides was decided by an 81st minute strike from Ryan Keeble as Woodbridge went six points clear of their nearest rivals, writes Dave Meeson.

Thurlow Nunn Premier

Stowmarket Town 4

Brantham Athletic 0

Stowmarket Town returned to action in style with a 4-0 win against Brantham Athletic at Greens Meadow, writes Alex Moss.

Thurlow Nunn Premier

Felixstowe & Walton 1

Newmarket Town 2

This third consecutive home defeat opened the door wider for the two sides in hot pursuit as the Seasiders failed to make the most of a perfect start after Joe Francis had fired them into the lead from the penalty spot inside the first minute, writes Phil Griffiths.

Bostik Premier

Leiston 4

Wingate & Finchley 0

This was the most emphatic of wins in this Bostik Premier match at Vicarage Road, raising play-off aspirations for Glen Driver’s side, writes John Campany.

Keith Preston and Lawrence Dodd have completed their Suffolk junior winter coaching programme for the most talented teenagers Suffolk have produced for many years.

Cheltenham is not the only steeplechase course to have been hit by the wet weather over the past few days and High Easter, near Chelmsford, one of East Anglia’s top point-to-point venues, is set to stage a meeting on ‘soft’ ground for the first time in over two decades when it hosts the High Easter Racing Club fixture tomorrow.

Rick Andrews is under no illusions as to how tough Stowmarket Town’s clash with Brantham Athletic will be at Greens Meadow tomorrow afternoon (3pm), writes Alex Moss.

A big week is in store for Leiston as they aim to keep their season alive and push for a play-off place, writes Craig Cooper.

Constant attacks and splits made the 2018 Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race a memorable edition with riders attacking, and groups forming and disintegrating several times before the race was finally won from a two-man break by Mikey Mottram of the Morvello-Basso team.

Kesgrave High School’s Girls’ Under-13 side are reflecting on a memorable journey after reaching the last four of a national competition, writes Nick Garnham.

As the National Basketball League season winds down, Ipswich Basketball Club head into their final home game of the campaign this Saturday still in the hunt for playoff places.

Bury Town boss Ben Chenery praised the character of his players for giving the club’s supporters ‘something to shout about’ after reaching the final of the Omni Freight Services Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

No doubt about the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division game of the week, with fifth-placed Brantham travelling to fourth-placed Stowmarket in what is a ‘must win’ game for both sides, writes Phil Griffiths.

With another weekend lost to the weather, the Thurlow Nunn official league season now has just eight Saturdays left before it should all be concluded, but the early forecast has predicted another snowy weekend to further complicate the league fixtures, writes Phil Griffiths.

Enough is enough.

For the good of Ipswich Town Football Club and the legions of dedicated Blues fans, owner Marcus Evans has to step up and speak out.

Ipswich Town fans have been having their say on matters at Portman Road as debate rages about the future of boss Mick McCarthy and the direction of the club. Here are the latest letters we have received...

FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One

Ipswich Town 0

MK Dons 1

Ipswich Town Ladies’ hopes of winning the league title are all but over as they fell to a heart-breaking late defeat at the hands of MK Dons, at The Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe, writes Kieren Standley.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses the famous Indian Wells tennis tournament and the year that his wife Elena Baltacha sprung a huge upset against a legend of the sport.

East Premier A

Old Loughtonians 0

Ipswich 4

Ipswich sealed the league title and promotion back to the National League with a clinical 4-0 win over bottom of the table Old Loughtonians, writes Emma Millar.

Suffolk hockey stars George Pinner and Harry Martin will be going for gold with England at the Commonwealth Games in Australia next month.

“Unbelievable. What a game. Brimming with pride.”

That was Gym United player-manager Matt Morton’s reaction to his side reaching the final of this season’s FA Sunday Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

Ipswich Under-18 Men sealed their division title with a game to spare, securing an 87-54 win over Shoeburyness Scorpions on Sunday, writes Rob Schatten.

NBL Division Two

Ipswich 95

Sussex Bears 100

A clinical first-half performance gave Ipswich a big edge, but it wasn’t enough to hold off visitors Sussex Bears, writes Rob Schatten.

NBL Division Two

Nottingham Wildcats 31

Ipswich 140

Ipswich Basketball Club’s senior women won by 109 points as they travelled to Nottingham to face the face the Wildcats, beating them 140-31 with another powerful performance, writes Oliver Williams.

London 2 North

Sudbury 63

Woodford 7

Sudbury continued their march to the playoffs with another fine win, writes Don Reekie.

London 3 East

Wymondham 24

Woodbridge Warriors 0

Heavy overnight rain didn’t dampen Wymondham’s enthusiastic start to this mid-table skirmish.

London 3 East

Southwold 50

Thetford 3

Thetford put the first points on the board after only a minute when Wold were penalised for holding on to the ball in the tackle, and as the kick sailed over from nearly 40 metres it seemed a real battle was in the offing, writes David Vaughan.

Boxer Billy Bird fights for the Southern Area super-welterweight title this weekend, with a win putting him in line for a shot at the English belt. Alex Moss went to meet him and his team.

RFU Intermeadiate Cup quarter-finals

Old Leamingtonians 12

Bury Foxes 15

With a coach full of supporters, the Foxes travelled to the Midlands to play higher league opposition in the RFU Intermediate Cup quarter-finals, writes Ashley Cook.

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