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In his latest cricket column, Don Topley discusses an emotional day at the Ashes, and offers his thoughts on Jason Roy as an opening batsman.

Zac Herrod won an action-packed Mid-Suffolk Road Race, finally outdistancing Stephen Fuller (Cambridge CC) on the long climb to the finish through Willisham Tye.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he reveals his top five London views

COPDOCK & OLD IPSWICHIAN beat defending champions Sudbury by 11 runs in an entertaining Suffolk derby in the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League on Saturday.

In his weekly column Don Topley looks back at a memorable Cricket Festival

A busy summer on and off the pitch at the newly-named Watson & Hillhouse Victory Road Stadium has seen Leiston lose seven players, but bring in seven new personnel.

How far would you go to chase the letter of an alphabet, even one as obscure as the letter 'Z?'

In his latest column, Nino Severino brings you news of a major event coming to Ipswich in October, featuring Judy Murray and other top sporting names - and explains how you can be part of it.

Defending champions SUDBURY made a huge statement by thrashing league leaders FRINTON by 160 runs, on the North-Essex coast, to ensure an exciting three-way race for the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League title.

Hadleigh Pedal House proprietor Adam Chamberlin won the Abberton Road Race after a long breakaway in company with Orwell Velo's James Sherwood.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Wimbledon Common

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares Ipswich's link to British Vogue's historic 'Forces for Change' front cover, which hits stores on Friday.

The rain was the main winner, in both the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League, and the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship, following a soggy Saturday.

In his weekly column, DON TOPLEY takes a look at the Minor Counties Cricket Festival at Holbrook, now into its 20th year

There was a double Suffolk success at the Ipswich Building Society Ipswich Twilight 10K on Friday evening, with individual victories for Danny Rock and Helen Davies in very warm conditions.

Picks from the Paddock looks at the weekend's racing

In his latest column, elite coach Nino Severino discusses the importance of mental strength in sporting success - as demonstrated by Open winner Shane Lowry last weekend.

Ipswich will host another big night of road running this Friday, when a bumper field will assemble for the annual Ipswich Building Society Ipswich Twilight 10K.

The unlikely visit of world heavyweight boxing champion Deontay Wilder to Ipswich for a one-man show at the Regent Theatre has been cancelled.

In his latest golf column, Tony Garnett discusses the departure of the Suffolk boys' squad manager, plus the latest results from the Hambro and Tolly Cobbold Cups.

On a day of relatively low-scoring, the top three teams vying for the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League title all tasted victory.

Here is the latest of our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-Essex, which include the Thomas Mills and Clacton Seafront events

Suffolk heavyweight prospect Fabio Wardley came through the toughest test of his career with flying colours at the O2 Arena on Saturday, stopping tough Argentinian Mariano Ruben Strunz in the sixth round.

In his latest cricket column, Don Topley savours England's historic World Cup win - but wonders if it's enough to secure the future of the sport.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. Here he targets the Hampstead Heath parkrun in London

In the East District Cycling Association 100 mile time trial there was an epic battle for the top women's award between Kimberley Morrison and Vicky Gill.

He's one of the hottest prospects in British boxing, and fights for the third time at the O2 Arena this weekend - but Fabio Wardley has his eyes on one day filling a stadium much closer to home.

Two of Europe's top female fighters will clash for strawweight gold and Polish bragging rights at Contenders 27 this September.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses England's famous Cricket World Cup triumph, his own experiences in the sport and his admiration for one England star inparticular.

Colchester Harriers and Ipswich JAFFA lifted the main open team titles at the ever-popular Ipswich JAFFA Ekiden Relays, held over six stages totalling the marathon distance 26.2 miles (42.2K) at Woodbridge School on Sunday.

A young Ipswich boxer is making waves on the fighting scene with a couple of major victories at national level.

Defending champions Sudbury kept the pressure on the top two, in the Read Brothers Ltd East Anglian Premier League, thanks to an exciting three-run win over Great Witchingham, on Saturday.

Lee Dinmore, a six-handicap member at Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club, had an experience he will never forget at the Mercedes-Benz Golf Day at the Centurion Club in Hertfordshire.

Suffolk athletes were among the medals at the English Schools Champs, held in Birmingham. Carl Marston reports on a productive weekend

Suffolk's Arnold Allen says he doesn't fear anyone in the UFC featherweight division after confirming his status as one of the hottest prospects in all of MMA with a dominant win over legend Gilbert Melendez last weekend.

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