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Mildenhall will have raised a few eyebrows after recording a fine two-wicket win over former champions Swardeston on the opening day of the East Anglian Premier League season, at Wamil Way on Saturday.

Sudbury skipper, Tom Huggins, plundered his third successive century, in the East Anglian Premier League, as his side thumped hosts Bury St Edmunds by 238 runs at The Victory Ground in Saturday’s opening league fixture of the summer.

Darren Batch

Mildenhall Fen Tigers will get their 2018 season under way at the fourth time of asking when they host the Stoke ‘AR Richards’ Potters on Saturday evening (7.30pm start) under the West Row lights!

Kevin Jolly

Suffolk T20 coach Tom Huggins expects the county to be challenging strongly in the shortest format of the game this season, writes Nick Garnham.

Darren Batch

National League Two South

Bury St Edmunds 19

Cinderford 24

Cinderford clinched the title, but for an hour it looked an unlikely victory as the hosts led 19–5, writes Simon Lord.

Bury

MIKE BACON casts his eye over Saturday night’s Witches home defeat to Lakeside Hammers.

Newcastle

Bury St Edmunds head coach Jon Curry is hoping his side can have some fun in the sun when they host champions-elect Cinderford.

Cricket correspondent CARL MARSTON previews the new East Anglian Premier League season, speaking to the captains of our region’s five top clubs

Sean Park

All roads lead to the Mildenhall Stadium in West Row, on Sunday, 2pm, as Mildenhall host a testimonial meeting for one of the sport’s true gentleman.

Jon Armstrong epitomises everything that is good about the sport of speedway.

Danny Halsey

Charlie Appleby further strengthened his hand in the fillies’ Classic division as Soliloquy ran out an emphatic winner of the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket, writes Keith Hamer.

Racing

2017 winner Amy Pritchard returned to the Waveney Valley to score a repeat victory in the Wolsey Road Club’s Pat Pepper Memorial 25, and this year broke the course record to boot, writes Fergus Muir.

Cycling

Suffolk sport

Sudbury skipper, Tom Huggins, plundered his third successive century, in the East Anglian Premier League, as his side thumped hosts Bury St Edmunds by 238 runs at The Victory Ground in Saturday’s opening league fixture of the summer.

Suffolk T20 coach Tom Huggins expects the county to be challenging strongly in the shortest format of the game this season, writes Nick Garnham.

London 2 promotion play-off

Hampstead 7

Sudbury 37

Sudbury Rugby Club are back in London 1 North after an unanswered 22 second-half points saw them comfortably beat Hampstead 37-7 at Wildwood Road to clinch promotion in the play-off game, writes Ken Watkins.

MIKE BACON casts his eye over Saturday night’s Witches home defeat to Lakeside Hammers.

Cricket correspondent CARL MARSTON previews the new East Anglian Premier League season, speaking to the captains of our region’s five top clubs

AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley says he will continue to give players a chance in his first-team squad as the season comes to an end.

2017 winner Amy Pritchard returned to the Waveney Valley to score a repeat victory in the Wolsey Road Club’s Pat Pepper Memorial 25, and this year broke the course record to boot, writes Fergus Muir.

Suffolk start their preparations for the 2018 season with a T20 double-header versus Cambridge MCCU on Sunday.

Ipswich Town

Former Ipswich Town star Carlos Edwards is now plying his trade with Woodbridge Town in Thurlow Nunn One.

Northstander, Terry Hunt, casts his eye over another ‘sterile’ Town performance and more stick for Mick

Northstander, Terry Hunt, looks at the farcical situation he feels has developed at Portman Road since the announcement of Mick McCarthy leaving at the end of the season.

If, like me, you remember the Green’Un Saturday night football paper, produced here in Ipswich, you probably do so with fondness.

Allan Hunter was one of Ipswich Town’s best-ever signings, helping drive the Blues to become one of the most feared sides in England and Europe. ROSS HALLS went to meet ‘Big Al’.

Terry Hunt says that the Town hierarchy have big decisions to make. Perhaps a cut in season ticket prices would be a good idea!

Stuart Watson, EADT chief football writer, caught up with BRENNER WOOLLEY, to speak to him about his journey to the microphone at Portman Road in a feature first produced in Kings of Anglia

MIKE BACON tells of an extraordinary and emotional evening, as Kieron Dyer launched his autobiography, Old Too Soon, Smart Too Late.

Bacon’s Bites: In this week’s column, Mike Bacon takes a look at how the FA Cup is alive and kicking, plus, have you taken in a Spanish football game?

Ipswich Town fan Karl Fuller defends Freddie Sears against criticism, hail the travelling Town army, then admits some say we should be careful what we wish for!

Terry Hunt, like all Town fans, enjoyed the win at Sunderland. But asks, are the play-offs really a reality? And where are the academy players?

Newmarket news

Charlie Appleby further strengthened his hand in the fillies’ Classic division as Soliloquy ran out an emphatic winner of the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket, writes Keith Hamer.

This year’s Grand National came down to a dramatic photo finish.

Suffolk super-horse Frankel is 10 years old today.

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