August 23 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has promised supporters that he knows exactly what tomorrow’s East Anglian derby against cross-border rivals Norwich City means to them.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s a case of ‘wait and see’ with midfield free agents Jack Collison and Darren Ambrose – both of whom are training at the club.
This weekend sees the first East Anglian derby match since 2011 - but how much do you know about the fixture?
Ipswich Town midfielder Anthony Wordsworth has joined Championship rivals Rotherham United on loan, just a day after manager Mick McCarthy publicly placed him on the transfer list.
The biggest game in Anglian football returns tomorrow, as Norwich City visit Portman Road for the first time since 2011. Ipswich Town fan and sports writer Alex Mitchell shares his thoughts on the match...
Colchester United might be third from bottom, with just one point gathered from a possible nine, but manager Joe Dunne is not feeling anxious.
It’s still very early days, but George Moncur already looks as though he could be the find of the season for Colchester United.
Colchester United might be third from bottom, with just one point gained from three games, but manager Joe Dunne won’t be changing his approach, or his team’s style of play.
A disastrous opening 15 minutes dashed Felixstowe & Walton United’s hopes of claiming their first Thurlow Nunn Premier Division points of the season last night.
Debut season man Andrew Brinkley emerged from pouring rain to win Mid-Suffolk Road Race, by 100 yards from Rob Ormond (Stowmarket & District) and Ben Howell (StradaSport).
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The hard work starts now for Ipswich schoolboy Lewis Ludlam, who has secured a dream move to Premiership giants Northampton Saints.
Heavy overnight rain could not stop the safe conclusion of the l2lst Framlingham Tournament at the College on Saturday, Suffolk Men’s Champion Matt Hough maintaining his fine unbeaten summer run in a high-quality Open Singles decider against top seed Tom Hands, from Cambridgeshire.
Ipswich Witches secured their sixth straight Premier League win and eighth success from nine to keep their play-offs charge on track on Thursday.
From bronze to broker.
A very special gym club is celebrating its 40th anniversary and already there are big dreams for the future.
The Norfolk golfing community is in mourning after the death of one of the finest players the county has ever produced.
Norfolk Paralympic hopeful Danny Nobbs continues his progress in switching from shot put to javelin this afternoon when he takes part in the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea.
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.