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Norfolk prospect Chey Veal came up just short in his bold bid to move up a weight category and capture the first title of his promising fighting career at a superb Road to Contenders event in Norwich.

In the latest in our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-East Essex, we feature a special edition of the Bury St Edmunds parkrun

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.

A popular triathlon festival is returning to Bury St Edmunds for the third time but this year will take place in August.

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

A new fight promotion launches this weekend in Norwich, aimed at putting amateur fighters from across the region in the spotlight. Here’s a look at what you can expect from Road to Contenders...

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Essex for the Billericay parkrun

Framlingham College and Northamptonshire County Cricket Club are teaming up for an initiative which will see promising players given a push towards professional cricket.

Martin Tilley turns 80 this weekend, and he plans to celebrate by running the Bury St Edmunds parkrun!

Suffolk trainer Mark Wallis is celebrating after taking home the top prize of Ladbrokes Trainer of the Year at the Greyhound Board of Great Britain’s Awards Ceremony in London for the tenth time.

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

Colchester Harriers wrapped up their first North Essex & South Suffolk (NESS) Cross Country League title in eight years, after dominating the fifth and penultimate meeting, hosted by Hadleigh Hares at Holbecks Farm, Hadleigh, on Sunday.

In the latest in our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-East Essex, we spotlight yesterday’s windswept Great Cornard parkrun

Point to point meeting at Cottenham cancelled

Joint guests of honour at the Chelmer Cycling Club Gala Dinner were two people who had between them racked up 108 years of membership of the club, writes Fergus Muir.

Stateside life is suiting Ipswich skiing star Alexa Eliff down to the ground, but she can’t wait to catch up with old friends at the English Alpine Skiing Championships, writes Tom Harle.

In his latest column, Tony Garnett reports on the Suffolk Winter Alliance event at Southwold, Suffolk’s Men’s teams for the season ahead and the first game of the season for the Suffolk Ladies.

In his latest column, Nino Severino introduces you to Ipswich’s own version of the legendary Williams sisters.

Ipswich heavyweight talent Fabio Wardley has clocked up two highlight reel knock-out wins at the O2 Arena in just over a month – now he wants a title.

Helen Davies and Ramadan Osman blasted around a fast, flat 13.1-mile course, in excellent running conditions, to post fine individual victories at the annual Great Bentley Half-Marathon on Sunday.

Suffolk Schools enjoyed a successful day at the annual Anglian Schools Cross Country Championships, claiming three individual victories from the eight races at Abington Park, Northampton, on Saturday.

In the latest in our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-East Essex, we focus on the Felixstowe parkrun which braved the cold blast

Horse owners and yard managers are invited to a free evening event focused on highly infectious equine respiratory disease strangles.

Suffolk heavyweight prospect Fabio Wardley is back in action at the 02 Arena this weekend – and says he’s “on the right path” to the top of the boxing tree.

Updated Horseheath point-to-point is OFF

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Horseheath officials called off tomorrow’s point to point meeting at Horseheath with snow still on the track.

James Madgwick rounded off his cyclo-cross season in style, leading from start to finish in the final Senior Men’s race at Milton near Cambridge, writes Fergus Muir.

A fencing club says the sport is becoming increasingly popular - despite financial uncertainty and doubts over British representation at the 2020 Olympics.

In this week’s column, Nino Severino meets Ramla Ali and tells of her incredible story in the world of boxing

Aldeburgh won the 2018 Golf Environment award as golf course of the year. This was a tremendous achievement.

Ruby Vinton produced a terrific sprint finish to retain her under-13 girls’ title at the South of England Cross Country Championships, which were staged at the notoriously tough Parliament Hill Fields on Hampstead Heath in north-west London on Saturday.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads towards Leighton Buzzard for the Rushmere parkrun

Two of Europe’s best flyweight prospects will clash on the stacked Cage Warriors Academy South East 23 card in Colchester later this year.

An exciting Youth race at the Iceni Velo cyclo-cross climaxed with a win for Stowmarket rider Charlie Johnson, writes Fergus Muir.

In his latest column, Nino Severino talks about his time at the Australian Open, and his admiration for ‘gladiator’ Rafa Nadal.

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