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One of the most anticipated boxing fights in years happens this weekend at Wembley Stadium. MARK HEATH previews the heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.

Suffolk’s Joe Le Maire is one of the best young Thai Boxers in England. For the next year, he’ll be living and fighting in Thailand, the home of the sport, and he’s writing us a regular diary about his experiences. In part five, he discusses his latest win - and his current stitch count!

An outdoor cinema screen showing classic movies and live Wimbledon action is returning to Colchester this July.

Hunn, who has been on the staff at Kent since 2013, is one of two players added to the squad for Sunday’s second group game against Wiltshire at Ipswich School, start 11am.

Women coming to Suffolk for the second round of the Women’s National Road Series faced twelve tough climbs of the steep hill out of the Stour Valley from Great Thurlow.

In his latest weekly column, DON TOPLEY takes a look at how the county cricket season is shaping up after the initial round of games.

Ipswich Harriers had five young runners representing the East of England at the London Mini-Marathon, including a superb performance from Tilly Aldis.

Athletics should be the purest form of sport on the planet.

Tens of thousands of spectators expected to watch Britain’s premier cycling event could bring a boost of more than £500,000 to Tendring’s economy, it is hoped.

Dominic King, of Colchester Harriers, has become the first Briton in 22 years to be selected for the 50K race walk at the World Championships.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 1, from 11am-3pm, offers the opportunity for everyone to give golf a go at Fynn Valley – England Golf’s Most Welcoming Club 2017.

Woolpit began life back in the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship with a hard-fought victory over Witham, at Rectory Lane on Saturday.

The final of the Ipswich and District Badminton League Team Championships for the Playford Trophy took place at Northgate Sports Centre, where last year’s winners, Meridians, played Belstead, who were looking to win the competition for the first time.

The second British Eventing Affiliated Horseheath Horse Trials to be held at Horseheath Racecourse took place last weekend, following its successful debut last year.

World-class cyclists will compete in a fast paced race against the clock when a prestigious national event makes its first visit to the north Essex coast later this year.

Sudbury marked their second season at East Anglian Premier League level with a commanding six-wicket victory over visiting Burwell, at Friars Street on Saturday.

Both Copdock & Old Ipswichian and Bury St Edmunds suffered home defeats in their opening day matches in the East Anglian Premier League, but in contrasting styles.

Suffolk’s Reece Topley admitted he “lost his identity” during his year of injury woes – but has vowed to bowl his way back into England contention.

Chris Bartrum and James Biggs of Diss became the first pair to win the Suffolk Amateur Foursomes Championship for a third successive year.

Ambitious Frinton made a winning start to their East Anglian Premier League campaign, with a three-wicket success over visiting Norwich in a low-scoring encounter at Ashlyns Road on Saturday.

The return of the Tour of Britain is the latest major sporting event to come to Suffolk, following the Great East Run’s decision to run the 13.1mile route on the streets of Ipswich for the first time.

One of cycling’s biggest sporting events returns to Suffolk this September – with a stage entirely contained within the county for the first time.

Middlesex were frustrated by a combination of bad light and lower-order resistance as Essex clung on for a draw in the Specsavers County Championship at Lord’s.

Reece Topley took two wickets on his return from a long-term injury lay-off, helping Hampshire to a draw with Yorkshire in the County Championship First Division.

You often hear about putting greens with a sting in the tail – but this is ridiculous.

Chris Bartrum and James Biggs of Diss became the first pair to win the Suffolk Amateur Foursomes Championship for a third successive year.

The fifth annual Antigua Sailing Day Regatta will be held this Sunday at Lackford Lakes.

Mildenhall announced their return to the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League in emphatic style, by celebrating an opening day four-wicket victory over Vauxhall Mallards on Saturday.

Stevie Eskinazi hit five of his last nine balls for six and the equally in-form opening pair of Sam Robson and Nick Gubbins added a quickfire 146-run stand to their first innings partnership of 241 after champions Middlesex chose not to enforce the follow on against outclassed Essex at Lord’s.

Suffolk got off to a losing start in their MCCA Unicorns KO Trophy Group 4 clash at Hertforshire on Sunday.

The first runners from our region have recovered enough after finishing the London Marathon to take selfies and let their family and friends back home how they feel.

Sam Robson and Nick Gubbins both underlined their England Test selection credentials by scoring fine hundreds and building a brilliant 241-run opening stand for Middlesex against Essex at Lord’s

Copdock & Old Ipswichian captain, Tom Rash, is facing up to the prospect of missing two of his most experienced players during the opening weeks of the new campaign.

England international Reece Topley will bowl his first red ball in anger since July 2015 in Hampshire’s Specsavers County Championship First Division clash with Yorkshire, which started this morning.

A final 500 entries have been released for the inaugural Great East Run, which takes place in Ipswich this September.

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