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Essex (206 & 88-4) trail Notts (380 & 266) by 352 runs

Mike Bacon, in his weekly column, takes a look at the antics of Nick Kyrgios and how is VAR doing for you?

Athletics correspondent CARL MARSTON highlights some terrific results for Suffolk athletes at the English U-23/U-20 Champs and Anglian Schools Champs

In its 16th running, Stratford Hills Horse Trials, received an abundance of praise from competitors for extensive work on the ground conditions and course presentation.

Suffolk’s side will be shorn of several experienced players for their opening Unicorns Championship match of the season against Staffordshire, starting on Sunday, writes Nick Garnham

Nottinghamshire (380 & 35-1) lead Essex (206) by 209 runs

Just like most professionals, during different phases of my sporting life I have continually set myself goals.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Brundall in Norfolk

Nottinghamshire 311-6 v Essex

The Stenson Shield on Saturday, when the best club players in Suffolk go head to head, sees a Derby match between Rushmere and Ipswich which is the pick of the round.

The east coast’s largest regatta has been hailed a success after a strong turn out proved the “classic yacht scene is alive and well” in Suffolk and Essex.

Joe Rusby struck an unbeaten century as Ipswich recorded an impressive seven-wicket victory over high-flying Woolpit, in a Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Division One encounter last Saturday.

Don Topley takes a look at those missing Aussies not here at the moment and why Essex keep losing quarter-finals!

It is not very often that a local road race is won outright by a female athlete, but that was exactly what happened at last Sunday’s Capel 5.

Frinton’s top four batsmen all made half-centuries as the in-form Essex hosts secured an impressive victory over Cambridge Granta by 44 runs in an East Anglian Premier League clash at Ashlyns Road on Saturday.

Jamie Porter has been studying the Specsavers County Championship form with the eye of an optimist as Essex approach the halfway point in their title defence, writes Martin Smith.

Mildenhall have soared to the top of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League table, following a thunderous seven-wicket win at defending champions Sudbury on Saturday.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian captain, Chris Swallow, believes that last Saturday’s five-wicket win over struggling Bury St Edmunds will do wonders for team confidence, going into the rest of the season.

A Suffolk riverside town celebrated its rich maritime traditions during a record-breaking regatta.

A youngster from Ipswich has hit the ultimate home run by pitching his way into the UK’s under 18-baseball squad.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Chelmsford Central

Yorkshire Vikings (259-7) beat Essex Eagles (234) by 25 runs

Gary Ballance set up Yorkshire with a Royal London Cup semi-final showdown against Hampshire on Monday courtesy of a match-winning innings that knocked the wind out of Essex’s sails, writes Martin Smith.

The second stage of The Women’s Tour 2018 is today underway following yesterday’s successful start in Framlingham.

BAFA SFC Division II East

Ipswich Cardinals 42

Maidstone Pumas 6

The Ipswich Cardinals got back to winning ways in their first home game with a resounding victory against a struggling Maidstone Pumas, writes Kyle Clark.

James Biggs of Diss retained the Todd Cup as Suffolk Amateur champion by winning a play-off against Sam Debenham of Hintlesham at the second extra hole at Rookery Park.

Lady bowlers played this season’s practice game in competitive spirits and brilliant sunshine at the Borough of Eye Bowls Club.

Life has a funny way of bringing people together, then separating them, and once again bringing their life paths back together again, that’s exactly what has happened to me, and a very special woman called Abbie Thorrington.

Suffolk all-rounder Tom Rash says he can’t wait for the semi-final of this season’s Unicorns KO Trophy, writes Nick Garnham.

Captain Kyran Young led from the front with six wickets, before Michael Comber ushered Frinton-on-Sea to a nail-biting one-wicket win at fellow high-flyers Mildenhall on Saturday.

Bury St Edmunds were hammered by 118 runs at Horsford in the East Anglian Premier League on Saturday, although they did manage to secure six bonus points to move up to level on points with basement dwellers Vauxhall Mallards.

In his latest cricket column, Don Topley sings the praises of defending County Champions Essex after a gruelling week.

Sudbury’s opening bowling attack of Jonny Gallagher and James Poulson shared nine wickets between them as the defending champions recorded a vital victory at chief rivals Swardeston on Saturday.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian, despite four wickets from James Pembroke, slithered to a defeat at fellow strugglers Norwich by two wickets on Saturday.

Essex 302 and 105 for 5 bt Lancs 301 and 105

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