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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

Ipswich Witches new boy Jake Allen says he has heard ‘nothing but great things’ about the Foxhall Heath club – and he can’t wait to get going, writes Henry Chard.

Former Ipswich Town striker Alan Lee has admitted his involvement with Bury Town is the ‘perfect fit’.

Leiston play their first Saturday away league match for eight weeks tomorrow afternoon as they travel to ‘The Oval’ in Warwickshire to face Bedworth United, writes Craig Cooper.

Two of the form teams in Thurlow Premier clash at Summer Road this weekend.

Stowmarket Town could be forgiven for feeling a growing sense of déjà vu with how their title challenge in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division is going this season, writes Alex Moss.

The Non-League Podcast: Why we love the game. Favourite hospitality grounds. Ex-pros, Christmas jumpers and hats off to Suffolk FA.

In this week’s Bacon’s Bites, Mike Bacon takes a look at the on-going racism debate in football. And why head injuries in sport are a concern, but should some sports be banned?

AFC Sudbury manager Mark Morsley is looking for his side to build on last week’s worthy 2-0 victory at Soham Town Rangers.

Ian Watson has admitted to being ‘proud and privileged’ to be the new Felixstowe & Walton boss, write Mike Bacon and Barry Grossmith.

Henley Athletic joint boss Liam Bevis says his team have got what it takes to regain their Suffolk & Ipswich League title.

Ben David and Cai James have been keen rivals during their amateur days at Colchester Golf Club. Now both are professionals, writes Tony Garnett.

Outgoing Felixstowe & Walton joint manager Kevin O’Donnell admits he ‘loved’ his time at the Goldstar Ground.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers will come to tapes once again in 2019 – and Danny Ayres is already a confirmed starter.

Rick Andrews feels his Stowmarket Town side are starting to build some momentum ahead of today’s home clash with Framlingham Town (3pm), writes Alex Moss.

Join host Mike Bacon for another fun-packed Non-League Podcast. Along with co-host Carl Marston, the pair are joined by Hadleigh United manager Shane Wardley and former Leiston boss Glenn Driver.

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis has spoken openly of the fact the Foxhall Heath side are a tad behind with their team building... But there is no need for fans to worry.

AFC Sudbury are on the road again tomorrow as they venture to Soham Town Rangers in the Bostik North League looking to put their disappointing recent results against Grays and Witham behind them, writes Darren Theobald.

In this week’s column, Mike Bacon looks back at Tyson Fury’s remarkable return to the ring and tells why Harry is king... even if not of the jungle just yet!

Ipswich Wanderers joint boss Mark Goldfinch knows his side face a severe test on Saturday, as league leaders Harleston Town head to Humber Doucy Lane.

It’s pretty much business as usual at Achilles.

Ipswich Witches team manager Ritchie Hawkins says he, Chris Louis and Buster Chapman are working hard to ensure they get everything right on and off the track at the club, writes Henry Chard.

Felixstowe & Walton welcome Canvey Island to The Goldstar Ground this Saturday in what could be described as “a mid table six-pointer”, writes Barry Grossmith.

Bury Town boss Ben Chenery has heaped praise on young Ipswich Town striker Jack Lankester, saying he has a ‘real eye for goal’.

Ipswich Town U18 lead coach Adam Atay says his young players have the chance to showcase their skills in tonight’s FA Youth Cup Third Round clash with non-league Andover Town at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town will travel to League One Accrington Stanley in the third round of the FA Cup.

Danny King is a speedway rider already itching for 2019 to start.

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