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Bury St Edmunds Basketball Club will look to compete in the National Basketball League for the 2019/20 season - with the aim of entering three teams into the national competitions.

NBL Division Two

London Greenhouse Pioneers 100

Ipswich 67

Ipswich's bid to make the Division Two play-offs was ended on Sunday after London Pioneers put together a phenomenal third quarter at CitySport in London.

WNBL Division One

Ipswich 62

Southwark 56

Ipswich rounded off their regular season campaign with an excellent win against Southwark Pride on Saturday, to complete what has been an injury-plagued season that has seen the team battle their way to an even record, and qualify for the national play-offs.

NBL Division Two

Liverpool 105

Ipswich 60

A severely under strength Ipswich Basketball made the long journey to already-crowned Division Two champions Liverpool on Sunday, writes Rob Schatten.

WNBL Division Two

Ipswich 74

Sevenoaks Suns 55

The Ipswich Senior Women moved to 3-0 in 2019, and 6-5 on the season with a comfortable 74-55 win against the Sevenoaks Suns.

NBL Division Two

Sussex Bears 76

Ipswich 51

Ipswich were unable to follow up last weekend's victory with a third in four games, as a disappointing offensive performance prevented them launching another comeback at Sussex Bears on Saturday, writes Rob Schatten.

NBL Division Two

Ipswich 87

London Westside 79

Ipswich started the new year in positive fashion with a come-from-behind victory over London Westside at Copleston on Saturday, writes Rob Schatten.

WNBL Division One

Ipswich 81

Solent Kestrels 63

Ipswich started 2019 in style with a dramatic comeback win against the high-flying Solent Kestrels at Copleston.

NBL Division Two

Ipswich 77

London Greenhouse Pioneers 95

Kyle Diaz hit eight three-pointers and London Pioneers made every tough shot they needed as they overcame Ipswich Basketball at Copleston on Saturday.

WNBL Division One

Southwark Pride 67

Ipswich 59

Ipswich battled hard but could not overcome a poor second and third quarter, falling to their third consecutive defeat in WNBL Division One at the hands of Southwark Pride.

NBL Division Two

Ipswich 111

Greenwich Titans 109 (OT)

Fans at Copleston Sports Centre were treated to a nail-biting contest as Ipswich toughed out an overtime victory over Greenwich Titans on Saturday, writes Rob Schatten.

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