Mark Heath

One of the biggest mixed martial events of the year in this region will be held in Colchester this Saturday. Mark Heath previews a mouth-watering night of fight action at Cage Warriors Academy South East 24.

Orwell Velo member Matt Day took the East District Hill Climb Championship with a 46 second ascent of the short, sharp Semer Hill near Hadleigh, writes Fergus Muir.

It comes around a little too quick but the international break does give us time to ponder, dissect - and even carry out a SWOT analysis of the season so far, writes Dave Gooderham.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares the success of last week's gala charity evening at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, featuring some of the biggest names in British sport.

It seems absurd now, having just seen him make his England debut, but there was a time when Tyrone Mings was on the verge of walking away from football.

Ipswich Town have been allocated an extra 450 tickets for their trip to Essex rivals Southend later this month.

In his latest Ipswich Town column, Karl Fuller gets misty eyed as he recalls the golden era of football on the TV - and the only time he ever shed tears over a Blues defeat.

Crane Sports solidified their spot at the top of the SIL Senior Division with a 2-1 away win over the side just behind them, Old Newton United.

Velocity Trophy Group One

Felixstowe & Walton United 2

Coggeshall Town 2

(Felixstowe won 5-4 on pens)

Taking the lead on 58 seconds in your first game as manager at home was a start made in heaven for Stuart Boardley on Saturday, writes Barry Grossmith.

The Ipswich Witches will have to wait another day to get their Premiership Play-off Final clash with the Swindon Robins underway.

Ipswich Town fans have had their say on who the Blues' best player has been so far this season - and here are the results!

Kane Vincent-Young has missed out on the Sky Bet player of the month award - but he did win the PFA gong.

Ipswich off-road expert Ross Tricker came out top of a three-way fight for the Senior win at the CC Ashwell cyclo-cross near Hitchin.

Young Ipswich Town talent Tommy Hughes is having a great week, making his senior debut for the Blues on Tuesday night - and then scoring this worldie against Bolton in an Under 23s fixture.

Town skipper Amanda Crump netted twice as the Tractor Girls won their sixth successive league game with a 3-1 victory over Cambridge City at the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe last night.

Manager Ian Cornforth said his Leiston side will fight all the way to try to win the Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup for a third season in a row, writes Nick Garnham.

I think it is about time we started comparing ourselves to Liverpool, writes Dave Gooderham.

Ipswich Town are a quarter of a way through their League One campaign, and sit atop the table, still unbeaten - but who's been the star player for the Blues so far?

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has criticised League One rivals Sunderland for sacking manager Jack Ross, saying he didn't get enough time to prove himself in the role.

Tommy Hughes scored a brace the day after his senior debut as Ipswich Town U23s took their first win of the Professional Development League Two season with a 6-3 victory over Bolton Wanderers at Playford Road this afternoon.

Ipswich Town have already qualified for the knock-out stages of the EFL Trophy - now they want to win it.

In his latest column, Nino Severino lauds Britain's new sporting superstar, Dina Asher-Smith - and hopes her success will inspire youngsters to take up athletics.

Mark Heath, Andy Warren, Stuart Watson and Ross Halls are back with another Kings of Anglia Ipswich Town podcast - and there was much to discuss this week!

Electrifying Ipswich Town full-back Kane Vincent Young has been nominated for September's Sky Bet player of the month award.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited the recently-re-opened Fox at Bulmer Tye for a late Saturday lunch. Here's what they made of it.

In our latest round-up of the local rugby round-up action, there are good wins for Bury, Colchester and Braintree.

Another weekend goes by and another Town win. The last remaining unbeaten side in the EFL, a difficult away game ticked off and another game closer to reaching the record set in 1980/81 for the longest unbeaten start to a season.

With the season firmly put to bed and award ceremonies completed, October should be a very quiet month for the cricket world. It isn't going to be, as this is a ground-breaking month for the professional game in this country.

Ipswich rider Gemma Melton (XRT/Elmy Cycles) scored a remarkable third place in a massive field in the women's cyclo-cross at Milton Keynes, writes Fergus Muir.

My first draft of this column started with me questioning the reasons behind Ipswich's rise to the top and impressive return to winning ways after years in the doldrums, writes Dave Gooderham.

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