November 29 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town midfielder Cole Skuse is happy manager Mick McCarthy has kept faith in him because he knows he’s never going to be a ‘fans’ favourite’.
David Pope may be the only man at The Valley hoping for a goalless draw between Charlton Athletic and Ipswich Town in tomorrow lunchtime’s televised clash (12.15pm).
Assistant manager Roy Keane has left Aston Villa with immediate effect.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy believes he has signed two good Championship players in Sean St Ledger and Noel Hunt.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that teenage defender Matt Clarke would start at Charlton if Tyrone Mings fails a late fitness test.
David Wright believes that Colchester United, although woefully short of experience in the squad, will retain their League One status this season.
The basis of any successful team is a sound defence, which usually means a settled back four.
Sean Clohessy, a full-back by trade, predicts a bright future for new team-mate and fellow defender Cole Kpekawa.
Thurston FC are the latest club to announce that they are leaving the Touchline Suffolk & Ipswich League.
Ipswich YM moved up to fourth in Eastern Counties One and just a point off third, with a resounding win over Thurston on Saturday.
EBL Division Two
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Lancashire Spinners took advantage of a depleted Ipswich team, handing the Suffolk side their first defeat of season.
Great Britain international Danny King will lead the Ipswich Witches in 2015.
A racehorse owned by the Queen and trained in Newmarket has been disqualified from her second place in this year’s Gold Cup at Royal Ascot following a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing in London.
An Army medic based at Colchester Garrison has won two awards for sporting excellence within a week.
Essex head coach Paul Grayson says cricketers know the potential dangers facing them during a game, and does not believe there will be a knee-jerk reaction, with regards to safety, following the death of Australia’s Phil Hughes.
Australian test batsman Phil Hughes has died in a Sydney hospital, two days after being struck in the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. He was 25.
Suffolk girl Jen Duffee is on track for success in the traditionally male-dominated world of motorcycling. She set up her own business – ‘Elite Mentality’ – last year and now helps some of the sport’s best riders reach their goals. WILL RIDGARD spoke to her.
Suffolk’s Nathan Fillbrook achieved a remarkable dream last month as he fought to glory in the WFMC Martial Arts World Championships in Croatia.