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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Mike Bacon takes a look back at an incredible weekend of sport, locally and nationally

Mike Bacon reflects on Ipswich Witches’ fine 52-38 win over Belle Vue Aces at Foxhall Stadium.

Henley were crowned Bob Coleman Cup winners at Felixstowe & Walton’s Dellwood Avenue on Wednesday night.

Easter Bank Holiday Monday sees more motor sport action at Foxhall Stadium with a bumper afternoon of racing ahead, writes Dean Cox.

Ipswich Golf Club greenkeeper Aaron Bowen was selected to join the agronomy team at Sawgrass for the Players’ Championship recently. TONY GARNETT went to speak to him.

In this week’s Danny King column, the Witches skipper looks ahead to a busy Easter period and how important spreadsheets are to a racer.

One year ago Felixstowe & Walton locked horns with Coggeshall Town for supremacy in The Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, writes Barry Grossmith.

The ‘Tru Plant’ Witches host the Belle Vue Aces at Foxhall Stadium tomorrow night in a Premiership clash that starts at 7.30pm.

Ipswich Town midfielder Cole Skuse admitted it was ‘a very emotional changing room’ after Town’s draw with Birmingham on Saturday guaranteed their relegation to League One.

MIKE BACON takes a look at the Town players’ performances against Birmingham today

The Witches continue their Supporters Cup campaign against rivals King’s Lynn in the away leg of this local derby on Monday night.

Leiston host Banbury United at Victory Road tomorrow afternoon, in Southern League action (kick off at 3 o’clock), writes Craig Cooper.

Ipswich Witches will feature twice for now, on BT Sport, as the season’s TV dates were announced this lunchtime.

This Saturday’s clash at The Goldstar Ground between the Bostik North’s two form sides, Felixstowe & Walton and Bowers & Pitsea is one of those games not to be missed, writes Barry Grossmith.

On this week’s podcast are Felixstowe & Walton’s Danny Bloomfield, Leiston’s Ian Cornforth and Haughley’s James Hawkins

In this week’s column, MIKE BACON takes a look at the world of golf, from the Master so the EADT v Melton St Audrys

Whitton United boss Shane Coldron is looking for his side to finish the season on a positive note, writes Mike Bacon.

Grundisburgh’s 38-year reign in the Suffolk & Ipswich League senior division came to an end last weekend.

Danny King reflects on a good week for the Witches and hopes for a quick-fire double over King’s Lynn

Russell Oakey of Newton Green won the scratch prize at the Rushmere Vase competition, the first of the year’s Suffolk Golf Union order of merit events.

Carlos Edwards has become joint first-team boss at Woodbridge Town.

In this week’s column Mike Bacon takes a look at footballers’ wages and gears up for a big golf clash!

Leiston visit the county of Leicestershire tomorrow afternoon to take on Barwell in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central Division (kick off 3 o’clock), writes Craig Cooper.

AFC Sudbury are in home action tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Soham Town Rangers to The MEL Group Stadium for a 3pm kick off, writes Darren Theobald.

Join host Mike Bacon and co-host Carl Marston as they delve into the world of non-league with their guests of the week.

Ipswich Witches beat King’s Lynn 59-31 at Foxhall Heath last night. MIKE BACON takes a look.

Ipswich Witches 59 King’s Lynn Stars 31

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