December 18 2014 Latest news:
Former world champion, Ipswich’s Keith Deller, has agreed to manage Adrian “Jackpot” Lewis for a second time, and tipped the 29-year-old to be in the running for this year’s title.
They may be novices when it comes to their new sport, but don’t be surprised if members of Ipswich Skating Club are representing Great Britain at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
The draw for the 2015 William Hill PDC World Championships have been made this afternoon.
After seeing off defending champions Australia, 3-1, on Saturday, England were in scintillating form again yesterday as they tore through Pakistan, winning 8-2, in the FIH Champions Trophy game, in India.
The British Showjumping Advanced/Progressive Show at Easton & Otley College in Easton attracted a record number of entries.
The third stage of this year’s Tour de France generated £11million for the Essex and Cambridge economies.
Ian Ellis can reflect on one of his best years as a professional golfer – and had he taken just one less shot over two rounds at the BMW PGA Championship last May it would have been THE best.
Completing the equivalent of four marathons in just two days proved no problem for Craig Skipp, who was inspired to take on the challenge in memory of his mother.
Former Olympic swimmer Karen Pickering has given birth to twin girls. The 42-year-old from Ipswich wrote on Twitter: “Our 2 little girls have arrived safe & sound this morning weighing 4lb9 & 5lb4. Can’t begin to describe how I feel, my life’s changed forever.”