August 29 2014 Latest news:
Matt Hough’s fantastic summer of tennis continued on Saturday as he claimed the Men’s Open title at the 85th Felixstowe Junior Open.
A regatta steeped in more than a century’s tradition was enjoyed in Thorpeness this week.
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 Hockey Club under-18 players, Lorna Bennell and Sophie Sunderland have been selected to represent England at the Sainsbury’s School Games.
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.
Ipswich rider Tanya Griffiths had an outstanding result when she won the Women’s Tickhill Grand Prix, leaning her bike at an almost unbelievable angle on corners, as she attacked alone to take the £2,000 top prize.
The Norfolk golfing community is in mourning after the death of one of the finest players the county has ever produced.
He may have been some distance short of challenging for the win at the Sainsbury’s Birmingham Grand Prix but Dereham high jumper Chris Baker insists his performances are only going in one direction.
It is time to start splashing the cash in Debenham as work on a brand new swimming pool prepares to get underway.