January 29 2015 Latest news:
Ipswich Town forward Noel Hunt could be lining up against an old friend on Saturday, should Jason Pearce complete his move from Leeds United to Wigan Athletic in time.
Ipswich Town fans are going to love watching Freddie Sears.
Ipswich Town supporters have voiced their disappointment at the decision of fierce rivals Norwich City to provide the minimum away ticket allocation for the forthcoming East Anglian derby at Carrow Road on Sunday, March 1 (2.05pm ko).
Following three defeats from four matches in all competitions, Ipswich Town will look to get their Championship promotion push back on track at home against a Wigan team in turmoil this weekend.
Former Ipswich Town skipper Jason De Vos has nailed his colours to the mast ahead of Saturday’s Championship match between the Blues and another of his former clubs, Wigan Athletic.
Give youth a chance – that’s the message emanating from Colchester United.
Colchester United have completed the permanent signing of former West Ham United defender, Jamie Harney.
Colchester United keeper Sam Walker believes that Bradford City’s stunning victory over Chelsea last weekend might yet play into the U’s hands.
Cornard United assistant manager and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) sufferer Jack Pridmore is set to embark on what promises to be a challenge of a lifetime this week.
Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club boss Gavin Hogg has urged the region to get behind his side for their historic top-of-the-table clash at the Haberden this Saturday (3pm).
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Ipswich were without GB International Luke Mascall-Wright when they entertained London Westside at Copleston.
Ipswich Witches skipper Ritchie Hawkins is hoping a positive spin can emerge from the current visa situation hitting the sport.
Chelmsford City racecourse opened its gates today, returning racing to Essex for the first time since Great Leighs closed in 2009.
It’s taken the US by storm and is heading towards the UK at a rate of knots – footgolf.
In a race that kept spectators on their toes, Chelmsford rider Sean Dunlea won the XRT/Elmy Cycles Ipswich ‘cross after Matt Holmes had looked secure in the lead.
Suffolk golfer Gordon Gibbs will celebrate his 90th birthday today with a remarkable claim to fame – he’s thought to be the oldest single figure handicap golfer in the country.
A Suffolk swimmer braved the grim three degree temperature of the Tooting Bec Lido to be the youngest competitor in this year’s UK Cold Water Swimming Championships.
Suffolk’s Katherine Rednall admitted she had little answer to Laura Thomas after relinquishing her Ladies Indoor World Bowls crown yesterday, at Potters Resort.