September 23 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town are gunning for their fourth win in a row this Saturday at Portman Road - and you can talk about all things Blues here on Wednesday lunchtime in our Town webchat.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hailed goalscorer Luke Hyam as Ipswich Town recorded their first-ever victory at Wigan Athletic on Monday night, with a 2-1 win.
Unlikely goalscorers Luke Hyam and Conor Sammon helped Ipswich Town notch up their first away win of the season last night, the Blues eventually hanging on in a frantic finale to win 2-1 at Wigan.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says Wigan’s league and cup heartache last season may have contributed to their indifferent start in the Championship.
Ipswich Town go in search of their first-ever win at Wigan Athletic tonight, following three straight league defeats at the DW Stadium.
The Blues head to Lancashire without an away win to their name this season, while Wigan have won two and drawn one of their three home games thus far.
Colchester United front-runner, Freddie Sears, had no shortage of goal attempts in Saturday’s goalless stalemate against Bradford, not least when his 64th minute shot was cleared off the goal-line by defender Stephen Darby.
Colchester United manager Tony Humes praised his side for the way they moved the ball during today’s goalless draw against Phil Parkinson’s Bradford City.
Colchester United 0 Bradford City 0
Ipswich went cycling mad at the weekend as huge crowds turned out to watch some of the sport’s elite riders – and have a go themselves.
Top-class racehorse Kingman has been retired to stud near Newmarket, it has been confirmed.
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Ipswich won promotion to London League One with several big wins against league opposition last season and showed evidence of a well drilled and organised team.
But in Colchester they came up against a team playing with purpose, determination, skills and speed they were simply unable to match on the day.
Youngsters took to the courts at the weekend to serve up some of their best tennis during a finals day in Bury St Edmunds.
Two convincing performances against the Stoke Potters saw the Fen Tigers lift the trophy they last won during their Grand Slam season of 2012 by an aggregate score of 102-78 although the victory has been tainted by a horrific leg injury to Connor Coles.
Ipswich Hockey Club under-18 players, Lorna Bennell and Sophie Sunderland have been selected to represent England at the Sainsbury’s School Games.
More than 300 children donned their running shoes in support of a national campaign which aims to get youngsters off the couch and active.
The Norfolk golfing community is in mourning after the death of one of the finest players the county has ever produced.
Cambridge and Coleridge convincingly won the 197-mile Birketts Round Norfolk Relay which was overshadowed by the death of a competitor.
Five fillies who won on their last appearance on a racecourse, clash in the feature on Newmarket’s six-race card on the July course this evening.