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Ipswich Town

Yesterday, 14:50

New loan signing Zeki Fryers is hoping to help ‘massive club’ Ipswich Town back into the Premier League.

Yesterday, 13:03
Paul Taylor, left

Ipswich Town forgotten man Paul Taylor insists Blackburn Rovers is the place he wants to be, labelling the Lancashire club the biggest he has been at.

Yesterday, 11:20
Jonny Williams celebrates scoring at Sheffield Wednesday earlier this season. Photo: PAGEPIX LTD

Jonny Williams has thanked fans for their ‘special support’ following his return to Ipswich Town for a third spell.

Yesterday, 10:50
Ipswich Town's Jonny Williams celebrates with the fans after setting up a goal at Brighton this time last year. Photo: PAGEPIX LTD

The moment he silenced the Brighton boo-boys was the moment Ipswich Town supporters fell in love with Jonny Williams.

Non League

Wed, 11:09
Dean Greygoose, right, who has been appointed as the permanent manager of Mildenhall Town

Mildenhall Town received a huge boost this week when interim boss Dean Greygoose agreed a deal to become permanent manager at Recreation Way.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Leiston's Patrick Brothers attempts to get away from the challenge of Harrow's Josh Webb

At this stage of the season, with less than a quarter of the campaign remaining, it’s all about results.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
David Gibson who suffered fractures to his nose, skull and both eye sockets

A non-league footballer was left with a fractured skull and eye sockets after he landed face-first on a fence post at the side of the pitch.

Braintree Town

Friday, March 20, 2015

Daniel Sparkes smashed a hat-trick as Braintree Town condemned Torquay United to their biggest home league defeat in almost 20 years on Tuesday night.

Saturday, February 14, 2015
Iron's Charlie Strutton, who has joined Maidenhead United on a one-month loan deal

Sixteenth-placed Braintree Town can go a long way to hitting manager Alan Devonshire’s 50-point safety target at Cressing Road, today.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Kenny Davis

Braintree Town and Conference South play-off hopefuls Ebbsfleet Town, battled to a 1-1 draw at Cressing Road on Tuesday, in the third round of the FA Trophy.

Saturday, January 24, 2015
Braintree Town celebrating a goal scored earlier this season

Braintree Town chairman Lee Harding is dreaming of Wembley ahead of this afternoon’s FA Trophy third round match with Ebbsfleet United.


Wed, 09:31
Colchester, in red, face Thurrock.

Colchester’s 13 tries proved unlucky for Thurrock whose player injuries and unavailability reduced their chances against the promotion-chasers.

Wed, 09:28
Sudbury v Beccles Rugby. Sudbury win the title.

Sudbury secured the league championship in front of a large crowd at Whittome Field, with an emphatic 55-7 win over Beccles.

Tue, 12:39
Hadleigh, in burgundy and white, and Ipswich YM, in burgundy and yellow, play a match in the Under 12 category at the Colchester RFC Mini Rugby Festival at Colchester’s Mill Road ground on Sunday 22 March.

Thousands of youngsters from across Suffolk and Essex took part in the 35th Colchester RFC Mini Rugby Festival at the club’s Mill Road Ground on Sunday, with more than 100 teams competing.


Yesterday, 12:48

Ipswich Basketball Club have made history by signing their first-ever professional player.

Tue, 13:06
Ipswich's Veron swoops to the hoop

While the men still have a couple of regular season games to play, this weekend saw the final league game for the rest of the club, as well as the opening playoff game, writes Arron MacDonald.

Tue, 13:04
Leigh Greenan led the team with 19 points in London

EBL Division Two

London Lituanica 91

Ipswich 65

With two minutes to play in the third quarter on Sunday, Ipswich trailed league leaders London Lituanica by just three points, with the Lithuanian side in foul trouble and looking the closest they have looked all season to losing their undefeated home record.

Friday, March 20, 2015
Ipswich's Harriet Welham in full flow

Ipswich Basketball Club’s various teams are approaching their play-off campaigns – and all look set to mount serious challenges for post season glory.

Colchester United

Yesterday, 08:27

Colchester United have used more players, during this relegation-haunted season, than in any other season since they joined the Football League back in 1950.

Thu, 16:30
U's boss Tony Humes. who has this afternoon signed Richard Brindley on loan from Rotherham

Colchester United have snapped up right-back Richard Brindley on loan from Rotherham, on loan transfer deadline day today.

Thu, 06:00
Tom Eastman wins a head against Oldham's Jonson Clarke-Harris, from earlier this season

At this time of the season, a 13-day break between games is far from ideal, especially when you are battling against relegation.

Wed, 16:43
Elliott Hewitt, right, in action against Gillingham

Ipswich Town have recalled Elliott Hewitt from his loan spell at Colchester United.

Tue, 06:00
George Moncur smashes home the opener in the U's 2-2 draw at Gillingham

Colchester United midfielder George Moncur notched his fifth goal of the season in last Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Gillingham, but he was in no mood to celebrate.


Yesterday, 13:15

Mildenhall Fen Tigers are ready to roar into action on Sunday when they host a very special afternoon at the Mildenhall Stadium.

Wed, 17:47
Cameron Heeps

Ipswich Witches director of speedway Chris Louis is hoping Cameron Heeps can take his form at Rye House into the season ahead – starting at Foxhall on Thursday night.

Sunday, March 22, 2015
Cameron Heeps (yellow Helmet), Steve Boxall (blue), Anders Mellgren (red) and Gino Manzares (white) battle on the first bend of heat three of the Rye House v Ipswich (League Cup) meeting at Rye House Stadium, Hoddesdon, Herts, UK on 21 March 2015 Picture: Steve Waller

Cameron Heeps produced a star performance but couldn’t stop Ipswich Witches losing their opening League Cup clash at Rye House 46-43 on Saturday night.

Friday, March 20, 2015
Witches skipper Ritchie Hawkins crashes out of heat 2 in the Billy Sanders Memorial Meeting at Foxhall Stadium, Ipswich, Suffolk, on 19 March 2015. Picture: Steve Waller

Ipswich Witches skipper Ritchie Hawkins suffered an opening-night injury blow as Australian Rory Schlein befittingly won the Billy Sanders Memorial meeting at Foxhall Stadium last night.


Mon, 17:23

Spandau Ballet are off to the races, joining this year’s Newmarket Nights line-up.

Friday, March 20, 2015
Fourth in Line ridden by A Braithwaite.,

Lauren Braithwaite and John Ferguson, two of East Anglia’s top Point-To-Point trainers, both enjoyed double success at the East Essex fixture at a chilly Marks Tey, near Colchester, on Saturday.

Monday, March 9, 2015
Ampton Point to Point.

Dickie Collinson, Andrew Pennock and James Owen dominated the Suffolk Point-To-Point at Ampton, near Bury St Edmunds, yesterday (Sunday).

Monday, February 23, 2015
compete in the Barratt and Cooke Ladies Open Race at the North Norfolk Harriers Point-to-Point races at Higham on Sunday, 22 February.

Malcolm Mallow produced an incredibly polished display in the saddle to get his riding career off to the best possible start at the North Norfolk Harriers Point-To-Point at Higham yesterday (Sunday).

More Sport

Yesterday, 10:29

It’s 20 years this September since Suffolk last reached the final of the Middleton Cup, the English inter-county championship.

Thu, 08:52
Action from the Butterfly during the Suffolk County Swimming Championships at Crown Pools.

The Suffolk County Championships took place over the past three weekends at Crown Pools, including teams from all over the county, with Team Ipswich taking the top club award with 2654 points.

Wed, 16:15
The official opening of the new South Lee School sports hall at the Victory Ground in Bury by the Countess of Euston.

A “fantastic” new sports hall has been officially opened in Bury St Edmunds as thanks were given to a headteacher who is stepping down and was pivotal to the project.

Mon, 17:23
Spandau Ballet play Newmarket Nights this summer. Picture: Scarlet Page

Spandau Ballet are off to the races, joining this year’s Newmarket Nights line-up.

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