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In his latest column, Nino Severino shares a story of how hew and a group of Ipswich tennis players were part of sporting history this week.

The Easter crowd descended upon Higham racecourse, on the Suffolk/Essex border, in what must be one of the highest attendances the course has experienced, writes Mike Ashby.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian skipper, Chris Swallow, was delighted with the way that his side started their 2019 campaign, in the East Anglian Premier League, with a 51-run win over former champions Swardeston on Saturday.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian, champions Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds and Frinton all enjoyed winning starts to the new East Anglian Premier League campaign on Saturday.

Defending champions, Worlington, suffered a comprehensive defeat on the opening day of the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship on Saturday.

With the exceptional weather, all roads led to Higham racecourse for this popular Essex and Suffolk Hunt fixture and the normal parking area was soon at capacity whilst the designated overflow fields were experiencing similar volumes, writes Mike Ashby

In the latest in our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-East Essex, we put the spotlight on a record-breaking Ipswich parkrun

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

The East Anglian Premier League starts tomorrow. Carl Marston gives the low-down on our region’s five top clubs, Sudbury, Frinton-on-Sea, Bury St Edmunds, Mildenhall and Copdock & OI

Higham racecourse stage the final meeting of their season on Saturday with the traditional Essex and Suffolk fixture, which normally attracts a bumper attendance.

Jofra Archer’s selection for England’s World Cup Squad has caused much debate over recent days, writes Don Topley in his latest column.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Frickley Country parkrun, in West Yorkshire

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 his latest column, Nino Severino explains how a special project means young Ipswich athletes will be inspiring and helping others around the world.

Will Wright and James Ollington of Aldeburgh won the McLeod Cup as Suffolk Amateur Foursomes champions at Halesworth.

The number of runners at the West Norfolk Hunt point-to-point in Fakenham exceeded expectations from the original sparse entry, and provided an above average enthusiastic attendance with plenty of action, writes Mike Ashby.

Helen Davies won her third consecutive Brighton Marathon title, in a personal best time yesterday. The Ipswich athlete spoke to Carl Marston following her latest triumph

Craig Edwards won the much-anticipated Battle of Anglia at Cage Warriors Academy South East 23 in sensational style, submitting Scott Butters in just over two minutes at Colchester’s Charter Hall.

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

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to the Millennium Country parkrun, Forest of Marston Vale

The West Norfolk Hunt point-to-point being held on Sunday at Fakenham Racecourse is the only meeting that takes place in Norfolk during the season.

Today is day one of the second round of the County Championship matches with Essex playing county champions, Surrey, at The Kia Oval – the cricket season is now very much up and running.

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.

One of the biggest and best MMA cards ever seen in this region happens in Colchester on Saturday. Mark Heath previews the action at Cage Warriors Academy South East 23, which is headlined by the huge ‘Battle of Anglia’ main event.

Helen Davies is targeting not only a hat-trick of Brighton Marathon titles this weekend, but also a personal best time – and she is bang on schedule to achieve that double goal.

Rupert Stearn and rival jockey Richard Collinson battled to line in three great tussles and both finished the day with a double at a chilly High Easter.

The Bury St Edmunds parkrun is getting used to welcoming 300-plus runners, joggers and walkers to Nowton Park each Saturday morning, for the weekly two-lap challenge.

An inspector from Essex Police will be taking part in the London Marathon to raise money for a local knife charity.

Entertaining talent Andre Goncalves will return to the cage for the first time in more than two years in the main event of Contenders 26 in Norwich next month.

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

In his first column of the new season, Don Topley looks ahead to a huge year for cricket - and reflects on an after-dinner speech which made headlines.

A fine day of road racing in north Suffolk began with a win for Matthew Carter of Colchester in the race for lower category and entry-level competitors.

Point-to-point enthusiasts will head to the delightful High Easter racecourse on Saturday – first race 1pm – with the prospect of seeing seven live races and still not miss any of the action of the Grand National which will be screened live on a large screen, after the last race, writes Mike Ashby.

Bill Darling of Stowmarket took over as the new president of the Suffolk Golf Union at the annual meeting held at Bury St Edmunds in conjunction with the President’s Day better ball event.

Following on from Colchester Harriers’ recent record-breaking haul of medals and runners at the Essex Road Relays, success has again been forthcoming elsewhere, highlighted by the performance of race walker Dominic King.

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