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Mike Bacon

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Leiston begin the final third of their league campaign tomorrow afternoon as Alvechurch visit Victory Road, 3pm, writes Craig Cooper.

Three great guests join Mike Bacon on this week’s Non-League Podcast... Ian Brown, Iain Radnor and Christian Appleford

In his weekly column, Mike Bacon puts the question do players move on to ‘bigger’ clubs but possibly not play. Or stay put, and continue to be the first on the team-sheet.

Henley Athletic blew the Suffolk & Ipswich League championship race wide open with their 3-0 win at Achilles last Saturday.

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley has been frank in his assessment of his team’s two Bostik North defeats in the last week.

Marcus Stewart will always be remembered for two things with Ipswich Town fans... Shedloads of goals and a pair of woolly gloves! MIKE BACON caught up with him...

Ipswich Witches co-promoter John Louis is stepping down in his role as co-promoter at Foxhall. HENRY CHARD spoke to him on his 50 years in the sport

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert says he wants “the town to be galvanised” behind his side as they attempt to pull off the greatest escape from relegation in Championship history.

Felixstowe & Walton go into this weekend’s Bostik North encounter at The Goldstar Ground in 11th spot, three points ahead and two places above Barking, having played one game more, writes Barry Grossmith.

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis says he can’t wait for the derby clashes with King’s Lynn to resume this year.

Point-to-Point racing was back at Horseheath, on Saturday, after an enforced break, firstly due to adverse weather and then as a result of the outbreak of equine flu, writes Mike Ashby.

The speedway season at Foxhall is just five weeks away. MIKE BACON caught up with Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis...

Guy Nicholls and Tru7.com will continue to sponsor Ipswich Witches in 2019, with the team being known once again as the Ipswich ‘Tru Plant’ Witches, writes Henry Chard.

Suffolk skipper Adam Mansfield has welcomed plans to revamp the landscape of Minor Counties cricket from 2020 onwards, writes Nick Garnham.

Point-to-Point racing returns at Horseheath today after the Thurlow Hunt had been given the go ahead by the BHA to race, writes Lauren Braithwaite.

Join host Mike Bacon, co-host Carl Marston and guests Lee Norfolk and Jack Sibbons for another episode of non-league chat, some serious, some not...

In his weekly column, MIKE BACON takes a look at why more sports stars are protecting themselves from ‘going viral’.

Whitton boss Shane Coldron feels his side will need little motivation as they head to Great Yarmouth this weekend.

This weekend’s visitors to The Goldstar Ground, Tilbury, on a good run of form at present, having chalked up three clean sheets on the bounce including an impressive 3-0 win at home last Saturday to Canvey Island, writes Barry Grossmith.

In a week that saw goalkeeping legend Gordon Banks pass, Nino reflects on Banks’ career and Nino looks at the time he spends at ITFC Academy with young keepers

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley is confident any ‘doubters’ among his club’s fans have been won over by his side’s performances and results this season.

Manager Rick Andrews said Stowmarket Town’s dramatic 2-1 victory over Brantham Athletic in the quarter-finals of the Suffolk Premier Cup has kept their season alive, writes Nick Garnham.

Whoever wins out of rivals Leiston and Lowestoft Town will be favourites to lift this season’s Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

Achilles and Henley are still both fighting on three fronts, writes Mike Bacon.

Felixstowe Ferry professional Andrew Robinson and club champion Adam Sheldrake won the club’s February winter fourball with 43 Stableford points, writes Tony Garnett

Ipswich Wanderers 2 Haverhill Borough 0

Leiston will look forward to getting back on the pitch tomorrow afternoon after having no game for two weeks as Stratford Town visit Victory Road (kick off 3 o’clock), writes Craig Cooper.

Point to point meeting at Cottenham cancelled

In his weekly column, Mike Bacon admits he enjoys the Six Nations, while also looking forward to the speedway season!

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