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Essex could be set to introduce a new face into their line-up when they face Hampshire at The Ageas Bowl in the Royal London One-Day Cup tomorrow.

In his latest cricket column, Don Topley takes a look at the England side as Test Match season gets underway...

WPL Division One

Ipswich Town 1

AFC Wimbledon 1

Ipswich Town Ladies ended their 2017/2018 campaign with a hard fought 1-1 draw with fellow promotion hopefuls AFC Wimbledon at Playford Road on Sunday, writes Kieren Standley.

County Championship Division One North

Eastern Counties 24

Yorkshire 27

Eastern Counties look set to beat the drop, despite finishing on the wrong side of this thrilling match.

In his latest Garnett on Golf column, Tony Garnett reports on the Eastern Counties Challenge Cup at Woodbridge and the first round of the Stenson Shield, which is set to get started on Saturday.

It is a dream debut for any professional athlete.

It’s been a while since we sat down to talk about all things Ipswich Town – so we thought we’d get together to discuss the latest in the club’s search for a manager, other names in the frame and more.

The younger players from Woodbridge Rugby Club’s youth section – the minis - and their parents were out in force in glorious sunshine for their Mini Rugby Warrior Awards.

It was the sort of day time-trialists dream about. Despite outwardly unattractive conditions, both the VC Norwich 25 at Larling and the Eastern Counties CA 50 at Six Mile Bottom produced personal bests by the dozen, writes Fergus Muir.

Walsham-le-Willows completed a notable double at the Crown Imperial Youth Cup Finals Day, writes Nick Garnham.

Head coach Andy Northcote anticipates a ‘cracking fixture’ when his Suffolk side host Buckinghamshire in the Unicorns Trophy on Sunday, writes Nick Garnham.

There has been a dramatic shift in the betting on the next Ipswich Town manager – with St Mirren boss Jack Ross now the 1/4 odds-on favourite with Skybet, while former bookies’ tip Paul Hurst has drifted to 6/1.

Ipswich Town have announced their first friendly of the 2018/19 pre-season.

Neil Wagner knows he has big boots to fill as he starts his third spell as Essex’s overseas bowler, writes Martin Smith.

Ipswich Town are among a trio of Championship clubs considering a move for talented Peterborough winger Gwion Edwards, according to reports.

Ipswich Town FA Cup winners Trevor Whymark and Laurie Sivell were back lifting another trophy as they helped Beccles Town to a hat-trick of wins in the Suffolk FA Walking Football Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

Josh Mayhew is targeting a run in the FA Vase with Stowmarket Town next season after signing a two-year deal to stay with the club until 2020, writes Alex Moss.

In his latest column, Nino Severino enthuses about a recent trip to the Pipers Vale Gymnastics Centre in Ipswich...

Alice Barlow of Hintlesham retained the Churchman Challenge Cup as Suffolk Ladies’ champion for the third successive year.

Cricket columnist Don Topley looks at how the First Division of the County Championship is shaping up after the first few matches of the season...

When talented young boxer Reece Cattermole makes his pro debut later this weekend, he won’t just be fighting for himself – he wants to inspire a whole community.

Woodbridge Town manager Jamie Scales says it is the ‘chance-of-a-lifetime’ for most of his squad to play at Portman Road in this season’s CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup Final, writes Nick Garnham.

Essex coach Anthony McGrath is urging his players to put the memory of the Yorkshire defeat behind them as they prepare for their next County Championship match which begins against Worcestershire at Blackfinch New Road tomorrow.

A sun-drenched afternoon of cycle racing in the Suffolk village of Ixworth climaxed in a long solo bid for victory by Mark Richards, writes Fergus Muir.

Some fighting stars of the future showed their skills in the ring at a ground-breaking show in Suffolk.

It looks like we’ll soon be able to cross another name off the runners and riders for the Ipswich Town hotseat – as initial bookies’ favourite Steve McClaren looks set to take charge of QPR.

He’s the odds-on favourite to get the vacant Ipswich Town manager’s job – but would you like Paul Hurst to be the new Blues’ boss?

Manager Denis Handley described retaining the Suffolk Primary Cup as a ‘massive achievement’ for Bures United, writes Nick Garnham.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses the huge role of nutrition in health and performance – and considers a move to veganism!

Another of the front-runners for the vacant Ipswich Town manager’s job seems to be out of the race, as Paul Cook has signed a new deal with League One champions Wigan Athletic.

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