July 29 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town defender Frederic Veseli has today joined League One outfit Port Vale on a half-season loan, subject to paperwork.
Ipswich Town’s key striker David McGoldrick could be set for his first appearance in a Town shirt in more than five months tonight as the Blues travel to Southend United in a pre-season friendly.
Ipswich Town academy director Bryan Klug fears the club would start seeing the region’s best young players head to bitter rivals Norwich City if Category One status is not achieved next summer.
Ipswich Town are still to concede a goal in pre-season following their 2-0 win at League One side Gillingham.
You can almost see the frustration and anger being converted into fuel for the fight as Bryan Klug reflects on Thursday’s bitter blow.
Colchester United’s squad is looking stronger and fitter by the day, in the build up to the new season.
Dagenham & Redbridge 3 Colchester United 4
Dover Athletic 2 Colchester United 2
New Woodbridge Town manager Jamie Scales will be expected to stabilise the Woodpeckers after being appointed manager.
A wheely good time is guaranteed this August as the town’s popular cycling weekend returns.
The smallest of margins split the first two in the feature at Newmarket’s July course on Saturday, northern raider Fast Track getting the verdict by a nose in the £32,000 Adnams Broadside Handicap.
The hard work starts now for Ipswich schoolboy Lewis Ludlam, who has secured a dream move to Premiership giants Northampton Saints.
Proceedings got off to a fantastic start at this year’s Bury and West Suffolk Tennis Tournament, held at Culford School’s excellent LTA Performance Tennis Centre facility.
Ipswich Witches skipper Ritchie Hawkins was beaming like a Cheshire cat after watching his team pick up a crucial three points to keep their slim Premier League play-off hopes alive.
Harry Martin and George Pinner will lead the charge to bring gold back to Ipswich, as England expects at the Commonwealth Games.
A very special gym club is celebrating its 40th anniversary and already there are big dreams for the future.
Newton Green’s lethal pairing of Mark Duthie and Simon Bearman slaughtered their morning and afternoon opponents by 13 holes to set up victory over Gorleston.
Norfolk is celebrating a fifth medal from one of its Commonwealth Games athletes – after shooter Aaron Heading claimed silver in the men’s shotgun trap.
As well as some of the world’s finest polo players you’ll be able to enjoy some expert racing camels too when England take on Clogau Wales as Hopkins International Polo returns to Ipswich’s Trinity Park.