July 26 2014 Latest news:
Tennis youngsters from across the county have been enjoying plenty of ‘mini-tennis’ action this week in the Ipswich Parks Tournament, held at Ipswich Sports Club, Henley Road.
County Upper Academy player Jed Robinson’s decision to swap the oval ball for a basketball is paying dividends, after the teenager received an England call-up.
Suffolk county tennis champion Matt Hough recently lifted the Aegon Men’s Singles British Tour title at Felixstowe. WILL RIDGARD caught up with him to talk about all things tennis including his playing and coaching career, winning Wimbledon, representing Great Britain and how it felt to lift the Felixstowe title on his debut in the event.
Harry Martin and George Pinner will lead the charge to bring gold back to Ipswich, as England expects at the Commonwealth Games.
As well as some of the world’s finest polo players you’ll be able to enjoy some expert racing camels too when England take on Clogau Wales as Hopkins International Polo returns to Ipswich’s Trinity Park.
A wheely good time is guaranteed this August as the town’s popular cycling weekend returns.
An elderly golfer died while playing a round of golf in Suffolk this morning, police have confirmed.
Day two of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow brings more action for athletes from Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
Bury St Edmunds swimmer Chris Walker-Hebborn blew away the rest of the field to claim 100m backstroke gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.