From cycling to volleyball, here is where you can watch sport for less than £10 on November 26 and 27
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If you are looking for a new sport to get hooked on, try out or just watch for a week to change your routine, take a look at some of the great offerings right here in Suffolk, from non-league football to volleyball.
Football: Kirkley & Pakefield v Hadleigh United
The hosts have not been beaten since visiting Mildenhall Town on October 15, with four wins in all competitions in their six matches since.
Hadleigh, whose last five fixtures have all been in the league, have only one win from those games but back-to-back losses in their last two.
Mildenhall, top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier, are running away with it having amassed 51 points from 18 games (17 wins, one loss), and second-placed Stanway have a comfortable seven point buffer over the chasing pack, but a win for Kirkley & Pakefield could lift them from sixth to third.
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Venue: Kirkley & Pakefield FC, Walmer Road, Lowestoft, NR33 7LE. Tickets: Adult £6, concession £4, children £2. Date: 3pm, November 26.
Volleyball: Ipswich v Norwich Spikers, and Newmarket
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A new one to this list and the home side in action twice during the day – with a third match they are not involved with thrown in for good measure.
First they take on the Norwich Spikers at 11am, then face off against Newmarket at 3pm.
In between Norwich and Newmarket play each other at 1pm.
Venue: Maidenhall Sports Centre, Maidenhall Approach, Ipswich, IP2 8NZ. Tickets: Free. Date: From 10.30am, November 27.
Cycling: Ip-Cross 2016
There will be plenty to see and do at this year’s Ip-Cross with a host of family cycling events planned as well as top biking action.
The free event boasts activities like children’s fun races, a charity ride, and an indoor test track, as well as trade and cycle club stands, a Round the World by Bike talk and food and drink on sale.
The showpiece attraction though will be round three of the British Cycling National Trophy Series on the Sunday from 10.15am.
Venue: Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich, IP3 8UH. Tickets: Free. Date: From 10am, November 26 and 27.
Basketball: Ipswich v Team Newcastle University
It’s a busy weekend for Ipswich’s basketball side as they play two matches in the National Basketball League Division 2.
After travelling away to Kent Crusaders on Saturday they face Newcastle at 3pm on Sunday.
This will be the second time Ipswich have met their visitors this season, having lost the reverse fixture 104-91 on November 13.
Their match on November 19 though, at home to Doncaster Danum Eagles, was a 106-62 victory, so off the back of that clear victory the team will be hoping to record some good results this weekend.
Venue: Copleston Centre, Foxhall Road, Ipswich, IP3 8LR. Tickets: Adult £3.50, under 18 £2, under 11 free. Date: 3pm, November 27.