October 25 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich v Huddersfield: A cacophony of boos will only make pantomime villain Grant Holt raise his game today.
Midfield duo Jonny Williams and Kevin Bru are both injury doubts for Ipswich Town ahead of tomorrow’s Championship visit of Huddersfield Town.
The son of former Norwich City striker Craig Bellamy – Ellis – is currently on trial at Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy is targeting his best-ever goals tally for a season after hitting the form of his life.
He may well return to his favoured position tomorrow, but Jonathan Parr shouldn’t get too comfortable there.
Colchester United front-runner Dan Holman, still without a start this season, has signed on loan for Conference club Aldershot.
Star striker Freddie Sears is in talks with Colchester United, about a possible new contract.
Ipswich Town boss, Mick McCarthy, has revealed that he would be happy for Elliott Hewitt’s loan stay at Colchester United to be extended beyond the initial one-month deal.
In a quick and dramatic turnaround of events, this afternoon’s home game for Leiston against Bognor Regis Town will be Steve Ball’s last as the Blues’ manager.
Copleston hosted another Ipswich Basketball Club home double header on Sunday in the National Cup first round, opening with the U16 Girls squaring off against Southend Saints.
King’s Lynn star Rory Schlein lived up to his pre-meeting favourite tag with victory in the 16-lap Classic at Foxhall Stadium.
A racehorse owned by the Queen and trained in Newmarket has been disqualified from her second place in this year’s Gold Cup at Royal Ascot following a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing in London.
Framlingham 1st XI girls were crowned county champions after a superb display in a physically demanding night of hockey. The first match saw a comfortable 3-0 win against Woodbridge School, goals from Hattie Sunderland (2) and Abby Gooderham.
Strong winds and squally showers made for difficult conditions for the rearranged final stages of the Suffolk PGA Match Play Championship at Thorpeness. Robert Pritchard (Cretingham) and Lawrence Dodd (Bury Golf Range), first and second in the qualifying stroke play, met in the final.
The gloves came off as Olympic gold medallist boxer James DeGale mucked in with paratrooper training at Colchester Garrison.
A pioneering Olympian who paved the way for the decades of female athletes after her was remembered at her funeral yesterday.
Ipswich: A former professional tennis player visited a school in Ipswich last week to give some coaching to one of Suffolk’s future stars.