Suffolk sport

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New Whitton United manager Shane Coldron is placing the emphasis firmly on youth after taking over at the Thurlow Nunn Division One club.

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Fabio Wardley is aiming to deliver a knockout performance when he makes his second professional appearance on June 3.

DON TOPLEY looks at Essex County Cricket Club’s superb start to the season in his latest On the Boundary column.

Essex look to continue their fine form when they entertain Surrey in a top-of-the-table County Championship clash at The Cloudfm County Ground tomorrow (11am).

Goalkeeper Marcus Garnham is looking forward to a new challenge after deciding to leave relegated AFC Sudbury.

The Suffolk side are in fine form having won four on the trot including two away from home to put them second in the table behind early pacesetters Edinburgh.

FERGUS MUIR brings you the latest cycling news from the region in his weekly column.

Leiston manager Glenn Driver is expecting latest signing Dominic Docherty to cause a stir at Victory Road next season.

Steve Jay has resigned as manager of Thurlow Nunn Division One outfit, Whitton United.

Diss Town have named Paul Bugg as their new first team manager to replace Ross Potter.

Bury Town manager Ben Chenery says there will be two windows of opportunity for players and managers alike to get the best deals possible for next season.

Bury St Edmunds are rock bottom of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League, but the return of last season’s saviour could well be the tonic that the Victory Road club have so badly needed.

Brantham Athletic have completed their first signing of the summer, bringing in former Needham Market striker, Sam Newson.

Worlington recorded their fourth win from five fixtures, at the expense of bottom club Braintree, to keep pace with the early leaders in Division One of the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship on Saturday.

The 2017 Powerboat GP RYA Championships head to Oulton Broad this weekend for the second round of the 2017 championship campaign, culminating in six champions claiming the Lowestoft GP crown.

Ipswich’s George Pinner has been named as one of three captains for the Great Britain and England hockey sides.

Ipswich’s Foxhall Heath stages cracking Bank Holiday action this Monday.

Colchester Harriers claimed second place in the highly competitive Southern Athletics League Division One meeting, held in Harrow.

A total of nine Championship best performances (CBP) were recorded at the recent annual Suffolk Track & Field Championships, held on the Northgate track in Ipswich.

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