January 27 2015 Latest news:
Suffolk’s Katherine Rednall admitted she had little answer to Laura Thomas after relinquishing her Ladies Indoor World Bowls crown yesterday, at Potters Resort.
Stowmarket’s Katherine Rednall has failed in her attempt to defend her Just Retirement Ladies Indoor World Bowls title, losing one-and-a-half to a half, 14-5, 9-9, to Wales’ Laura Thomas at Potters Resort, Norfolk.
How bowls has changed. The ages of the four semi-finalists in the Just Retirement Women’s World Matchplay championship at Potters Resort in Hopton-on-Sea yesterday added up to a modest 90 years – an average age of 22.5.
Ipswich School is celebrating after its under-18s girls’ hockey team were crowned national indoor champions, at Bromsgrove School, at the weekend.
The British Showjumping Advanced/Progressive Show at Easton & Otley College in Easton attracted a record number of entries.
Thrilled members of Ipswich Bicycle Club got the chance to be Olympic heroes for the day when they experienced the cycle velodrome in London’s Olympic Park.
Kit Holmes doesn’t have to look far to find some inspiration as he embarks on the first steps of what he hopes will be a successful career as a tournament professional.
A Colchester baby’s unintentional Usain Bolt impression earned his mum a tweet from the sprint superstar himself.
A Suffolk swimmer braved the grim three degree temperature of the Tooting Bec Lido to be the youngest competitor in this year’s UK Cold Water Swimming Championships.