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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis says that the Premiership is the best place for the club after it was announced they would make the step up in 2019, writes Henry Chard.

Paul Musgrove says Stowmarket Town will be without their leading goalscorer Ollie Canfer for at least two weeks through injury, writes Alex Moss.

AFC Sudbury travel to Canvey Island tomorrow to resume Bostik league action, writes Darren Theobald.

Join host Mike Bacon and co-host Carl Marston for another episode of The Non-League Podcast. In this week’s edition we talk to Little Oakley boss Matt Carmichael and a doyen of non-league football – vice-chairman of the Essex & Suffolk Border League – John Campany.

Leiston chairman Andy Crisp has heaped praise on his management teams in the wake of a turbulent month.

This Saturday night sees Foxhall Stadium stage the ultimate in banger racing – the 2018 Bangers World Championship final, writes Dean Cox.

Micky Squirrell says he feels ‘the writing will be on the wall’ if his side don’t pick up a win against Wenhaston this weekend.

In past columns I have talked about a divide between athletes that earn large amounts of money, and those that do not, and how there is a movement in Ipswich to bring this sporting diversity together.

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis has said that although he has sold the club, fans will notice little change to their speedway nights at Foxhall.

Woodbridge Town boss Jamie Scales says his side are ‘only looking up the table.’

Felixstowe & Walton go into Saturday’s away fixture at Basildon buoyed by Tuesday night’s 5-1 win at home to Thurlow Nunn side Woodbridge in The Suffolk Premier Cup which saw a hat-trick from Sam Ford together with goals from Jack Ainsley and Miles Powell, writes Barry Grossmith.

BSPA Chairman and King’s Lynn owner Keith ‘Buster’ Chapman has agreed a commercial deal with Promoter Chris Louis to buy Ipswich Speedway with the club moving up to the Premiership in 2019.

Manager Rick Andrews said it was ‘a good night for the club’ after his Stowmarket Town side humbled higher-league AFC Sudbury 3-1 in the Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

With the golf season over it is time to reflect on the past few months when James Biggs of Diss collected all the Suffolk Golf Union silverware as well as winning the Lagonda Trophy at Gog Magog.

NBL Division II

Myerscough College 64 Ipswich Basketball 72

The annual Fireworks Gala Night at Foxhall Stadium had all the hallmarks of a classic race meeting and the huge crowd that attended the meeting went home well entertained as furious action from the National Saloon Stock Cars, Superstox and a big entry of Bangers enthralled the crowd, writes Dean Cox.

Six years on from when Walsham-le-Willows hosted Ipswich Town in a Suffolk Premier Cup tie, the two teams will meet again, writes Nick Garnham.

Rick Andrews views tomorrow night’s Suffolk Premier Cup tie against AFC Sudbury as a good benchmark of how his Stowmarket Town side are progressing, writes Nick Garnham.

Adam Mansfield has been hailed as the ‘perfect skipper’ for Suffolk after it was confirmed he will once again lead the Minor County next season, writes Nick Garnham.

Whitton United 2 Haverhill Rovers 4

Stowmarket Town 2 Brantham 0

AFC Sudbury 0 Basildon United 0

Members of the Ipswich Life Saving Club were in National action with the UK & all-Ireland championship, hosted in Leeds.

A fast start from James Madgwick set the Bloodwise/QSH rider up for clear run to win the Senior men’s race at West Suffolk Wheelers’ cyclo-cross, writes Fergus Muir.

AFC Sudbury entertain Basildon United tomorrow at King’s Marsh in what is thought to be the first ever meeting of the two clubs, writes Darren Theobald.

Join host Mike Bacon and co-host Carl Marston for another episode of The Non-League Podcast. In this week’s edition we talk to AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley and Grundisburgh manager Micky Squirrell.

Leiston boss Stuart Boardley says it’s been ‘a promising’ first week at Victory Road for him as the new boss.

MIKE BACON takes a look at the inclusion of Wayne Rooney in the England squad and also asks... If you were Raheem would you have owned up?

Ipswich motor-racing star and former National Hot Rod champion, Carl Boardley, will be racing in the British Touring Car Championship in 2019, writes Dean Cox.

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