December 9 2013 Latest news:
Ipswich Town have made themselves the team to beat in the Championship.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is not getting too carried away by his side’s perfect week.
Ipswich Town have been handed a home draw against League One promotion hopefuls Preston North End in the FA Cup Third Round, sponsored by Budweiser.
Ipswich v Huddersfield: Daryl Murphy headed home in the 89th minute to secure Ipswich Town an unlikely come-from-behind victory over Huddersfield Town.
Ipswich v Huddersfield: Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy wants supporters to start focusing on the positives after his side’s 2-1 come-from-behind victory against Huddersfield Town.
Tosin Olufemi is eager to make up for lost time, but faces a battle to regain his place in the Colchester United starting line-up.
New Leiston manager Steve Ball has bolstered his squad with the acquisition of two loan players from Colchester United.
Colchester United keeper Sam Walker’s future is uncertain.
England have been handed a tough looking draw for next year’s World Cup in Brazil, their Group D opponents Uruguay, Italy and Cost Rica.
West Suffolk Wheelers’ Mike Bowen won the veterans’ cyclo-cross at Hempton after taking a leaf out of Phil Buick’s book.
History will be made tomorrow should Ipswich Rugby Club’s new lock make his debut in the London 2 North clash at Norwich.
Ipswich ‘Sackers’ Witches reserve Adam Ellis is looking forward to not only racing again for the Witches in 2014, but copying his teenage team-mate Cameron Heeps.
Ambitious Sophie Sunderland has joined Suffolk’s growing international contingent and is targeting full England honours in the future.
The annual Suffolk Sports Awards will take place at Trinity Park, Ipswich, on Friday. Fourteen awards will be presented and today, we look at the contenders for The Healthy Ambitions Suffolk Primary School of the Year Award. Next Wednesday we’ll bring you the winners from the ceremony.
Young golfer Toby Briggs has gone one better than Luke Donald and Justin Rose, by winning the Andalucia Junior European Open.
Harry Hughes’ destiny lies in his own hands, literally!