April 17 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town have recalled teenage striker Jack Marriott from his loan spell at Woking following injury set-backs to David McGoldrick and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Just goal difference keeps Ipswich Town outside of the Championship play-off places heading into their final four matches of the campaign. STUART WATSON spoke to several former Blues favourites ahead of an exciting finale.
It’s been described as the pinnacle for our local footballers, the chance to play an end-of-season Suffolk FA cup final at Portman Road.
Only wins will do for Ipswich Town at this stage of the season and tenacious midfielder Luke Hyam believes the Blues can finish with a fab four.
It’s not just the play-off-chasing Blues who are doing Ipswich proud and making waves on the national and regional sporting scene.
Colchester United boss, Joe Dunne, believes that his team are at their best when trying to overhaul a team just above them in the league.
Colchester United star Sanchez Watt is feeling the pain, but he is not ready to put his feet up just yet.
Freddie Sears chose the perfect time to score his first ever brace, as his quality double earned Colchester United three precious points in their bid to escape relegation on Saturday.
Leiston midfielder Gareth Heath has been picked to represent England, in Brazil, this summer.
Next month’s Tour de Tendring cycle race has already attracted more than 500 entrants.
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Ipswich president Dick Lain said the club has already started making plans for next season’s London 1 North campaign.
Ipswich Witches team boss Chris Louis would love to sew up his team’s place in the League Cup semi-finals after Good Friday’s double-header clash with Peterborough Panthers.
Ipswich-based Grasshoppers Ladies have clinched promotion to the Suffolk Indoor Premier Division.
Pupils and staff at Stratford St Mary Primary School put on a special assembly to celebrate Paralympic champion Caroline Powell, who came to visit last week.
Cliff Longman and Andrea McNally drove into office as the joint captains of Woodbridge Golf Club on Sunday.
Three gold medals, one silver, two bronze and a world record – not a bad haul for Norwich athlete Carole Filer at the World Masters Indoor Championships, you could say.
Two young dressage riders from the region have been long listed for selection for the Junior and Young Riders teams for the European Championships this summer.