Just the two games for me last week.
Glasgow Tigers 49 Ipswich Witches 43
Ipswich hockey stars Harry Martin and George Pinner believe securing a World League gold medal this weekend could be the start of something special for Great Britain and England’s men’s team.
New Braintree Town manager Brad Quinton has added three more faces to the Iron’s new-look squad, following their relegation to Conference South last season.
Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose has challenged his promotion-winning squad to prove they can make the step up into Bostik North this season.
Woodbridge Town manager Jamie Scales hopes his decision to begin pre-season early will pay dividends for the Woodpeckers in Thurlow Nunn Division One this term.
The Schools’ cricket season only has a few weeks to go before everyone signs off for the end of term but the annual challenges with the cricket versus public examinations remain.
Ken King and Walter Sedgwick won the Melton Bowls Club Invitation EBF Three Bowl Pairs Tournament, in one of the closest contest for many years.
The Ipswich ‘Tru7.com’ Witches are back in Scotland again tomorrow night as they take on high-flying Glasgow Tigers in the Championship (7pm).
Coloured clothing and a pink ball will be the order of the day as the razzmatazz of inter-county T20 cricket comes to Suffolk on Sunday.
This Sunday sees international visitors at Mildenhall stadium as the Mildenhall Fen Tigers welcome the USA for a Transatlantic Four Team Tournament, start 3pm.
Ipswich Witches 59 Workington Comets 33
A remarkable seven Suffolk County road records were set at the Framlingham Flyers Friday Five last Friday evening, spearheaded by Andrew Rooke’s scorcher at the front of the field.
A top table tennis player and star of the 2016 Rio Paralympics is backing a brand new venue for the sport – in an Ipswich shopping centre.
New Long Melford manager Jamie Bradbury says the Villagers will be punching above their weight again in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division this season.
Callum Wilkinson is all set to rubber-stamp his qualification for this summer’s World Athletics Championships.
History-making teenager Alex Oxley has had a taste of Minor Counties Cricket action, and is now desperate for more.
Simon Harmer blasted a massive hole in the Warwickshire batting at Chelmsford to take the first 14-wicket haul of his career and move Essex clear at the top of the Specsavers County Championship.
It promises to be a keen Stenson Shield tussle on Saturday between Ipswich, who have so many category one players, and Diss who travel to Purdis Heath with James Biggs and Josh Driver who were first and second in the Suffolk Amateur Championship.
Bostik North side, AFC Sudbury have launched a search for new first-team talent and will give budding players the chance to showcase their skills at a specially-arranged trial match.
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