Suffolk sport

Leiston manager Glenn Driver loves nothing better than to see his Blues side playing the sort of free-flowing football they became known for at the start of the season.

Colchester head coach Anthony O’Riordan has pulled no punches after his side’s relegation from National League 3.

Dozens of swimmers have taken to the water in preparation for conquering the Great East Swim this summer.

The final month of the Ryman Premier season promises to be one of the most exciting and dramatic in the history of Suffolk football.

Ipswich Witches have swooped to sign James Sarjeant to replace injury victim Kyle Newman

Hadleigh Cricket Club’s project to extend and modernise its 50-year-old pavilion extension is completion.

Former England captain Alastair Cook will be visiting Copdock & Old Ipswichian on Saturday for a ‘Ground Force meets Changing Rooms’ style makeover.

Suffolk New College’s girls volleyball team are preparing to represent the east in a national competition after being crowned regional champions.

Brightlingsea Regent boss, James Webster, admits that it would be a big disappointment if his side failed to clinch automatic promotion, despite having a pre-season target of just scraping into the play-offs.

Egypt, Latvia and Switzerland will be among the countries represented when Ipswich Sports Club plays host to a world squash event, starting tomorrow.

London 1 North

Eton Manor 32

Sudbury 31

Sudbury gave one of their best displays of the season, winning two bonus points, and would have claimed overall victory at mid-table Eton Manor, but for two lapses in concentration.

Bury St Edmunds have effectively fulfilled their mid-season target, of securing their National League Two South status, with four games to spare.

Ipswich Under-16 Girls registered a commanding 99-49 over Portsmouth City to advance to the national quarter-finals.

This Sunday (April 2) sees the Woodbridge & DMCC host their first motocross meeting of the season at the Blaxhall circuit near Woodbridge with the event being supported by Orwell Truck and Vans.

London 3 North

Wanstead 93

Stowmarket 3

This was a brutal away trip for a much-changed Stowmarket 15 at Wanstead, but it was difficult to see this final score coming.

The Suffolk PGA Winter League ends with the fifth and final event at Royal Worlington on April 3.

Paul Nuttall of Stoke by Nayland and John Craddock of Stowmarket teamed up to win the Millennium Cup for the better ball Stableford in the final Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting of the season hosted by Haverhill.

London 2 North

Ipswich 12

Woodford 35

After a really tough sequence of fixtures that had seen Ipswich play three consecutive away games against teams in the top-half of the table, the Suffolk side had the chance to get back to winning ways, against Woodford, at Humber Doucy Lane.

Vanessa Bell has taken over as captain of Suffolk Ladies whose target this year is success in the East County Week at Hunstanton starting on June 19.


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