Mark Heath

Suffolk's UFC superstar Arnold Allen believes he'll be too fast for Nik Lentz when the pair clash this weekend - and says he matches up well with any of the world's best featherweights.

There was a time when I could have proudly pinned the League One table up on the fridge for all to see, writes Dave Gooderham.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses his unique Sport Skills 4 Business programme, and how it's bringing Suffolk athletes and business leaders together.

Rising Essex star Leigh Mitchell will headline a spectacular Cage Warriors Academy South East 25 card in Colchester in March.

Ipswich Town striker James Norwood apparently had to break into his own car to make training this morning and avoid a 'big fine'.

Jahreau Shepherd will meet Quinten DeVreught for the welterweight title in the main event of Contenders 29 next month - the culmination of the biggest and best card in the promotion's history.

Ipswich Town have bounced back to form just in time for a crucial-looking run of four games which could boost or blow-up their automatic promotion chances. Mark Heath takes a look at the matches and storylines - and offers his predictions!

It's been a decent couple of away results to back up the win over Accrington - particularly on two difficult surfaces - to seemingly get our season back on track, writes Karl Fuller.

Ipswich Town loanee striker Aaron Drinan was hailed for bringing 'a different dimension' to his new side Ayr United as they pulled off a shock in the Scottish Cup over the weekend.

In May, when I believe we will be celebrating our return to the Championship, we should remember the day we won on the beach at Tranmere, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

BetVictor South Premier Central

Tamworth 1

Leiston 2

Glen Driver and Tony Kinsella led Leiston to an excellent 2-1 win against title chasing Tamworth on Saturday afternoon as they moved above Stratford Town into 18th position in the table, writes Craig Cooper.

BetVictor South Premier Central

Needham Market 1

Nuneaton Borough 3

The Marketmen came into this game looking to make it three home wins out of three in 2020, but they were unable to match the dogged performance produced by the Midlands outfit, writes Paul Munn.

In this week's column, Dave Gooderham looks back a good few days for the Blues - and ahead to what the rest of the month may hold.

More than 1,300 Ipswich Town fans made the trip to Oxford last night - here's what some of them told our #Gameday cameras after one of the more eventful 0-0 draws you will see!

In his latest column, Nino Severino hails brilliant Ipswich athlete Helen Davies, and discusses how the Suffolk sporting community has helped her reach her goals.

Suffolk's UFC superstar Arnold Allen will face veteran Nik Lentz as a late stand-in at UFC Raleigh next week after his original opponent Josh Emmett pulled out of the fight with an undisclosed injury.

Premier League Sheffield United are planning a £3 million bid for Ipswich Town defender Luke Woolfenden this month, it has been reported.

An unchanged line-up (in the league), a 4-1 win, and some pretty decent football. That's much better Town and let's keep that going!

Hot prospect George Tanasa will bid to reclaim his crown in a spectacular four man-tournament for the amateur featherweight title at Cage Warriors Academy South East 25 in March.

Faced with some fiendish off-camber corners in the Stow Scramble at Haughley, women's winner Imogen Chastell did not hesitate to dismount and run, swirling her bike round in her wake, writes Fergus Muir.

It's been a fortnight since my last Ipswich Town column. And it's been a fortnight in keeping with this rollercoaster season, writes Dave Gooderham,

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited The Guinness Arms in Icklingham for a midweek lunch. Here's what they made of it...

In his first column of 2020, Nino Severino discusses his work at the Ipswich Town Academy - and explains how it stands alone in the world of Suffolk sport.

While old rivals Norwich City and Ipswich Town are separated by a league now, a newly-released table reveals there can be no debate as to which team is the true Kings of Anglia.

Young Ipswich Town star Flynn Downes insists he is focused only on the Blues' promotion push - as a number of clubs, including Premier League West Ham, are said to be considering a move for the midfielder in the January transfer window.

Saturday was FA Cup Third Round day. This usually translates as a day of embarrassment for us Ipswich fans and true to form, we had another such day in the debacle at Exeter, writes Karl Fuller.

Paige Peake netted yet another free-kick as Town reached the fourth-round of the Women's FA Cup for the first time in their history after defeating higher division Portsmouth 1-0 at the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe, writes Kieren Standley.

It really doesn't need Albert Einstein to work out why Ipswich Town's season has slumped so alarmingly - the goals have dried up, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

The top-of-the-table SIL Senior Division clash between Crane Sports and Henley Athletic was marred by "appalling use of racist language" from an Athletic supporter towards a Cranes player.

BetVictor Southern Premier Central

Needham Market 1

Stratford Town 0

On the first Saturday of the new decade it looked as though the headlines of the recent Needham games would repeat themselves, as the hosts completely dominated possession and created umpteen chances before a 90th minute trademark penalty by Joseph Marsden secured the much needed victory, writes Paul Munn.

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