Suffolk sport

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New Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club head coach, Ollie Smith, is excited about the prospect of taking the club forward to the next level.

Alex Oxley continues to re-write the record books, writes Nick Garnham.

Once again the British Motocross arrived at the Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge on Sunday for the sixth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship as a large crowd packed into the sandy circuit on a hot sunny summer’s day.

Essex star Ravi Bopara has resisted the urge to label tomorrow night’s Natwest T20 Blast clash with Hampshire a must-win – but admits it’s pretty close.

Wimbledon may be behind us, but time remains in the tennis calendar for a Suffolk tournament.

Mountain bike racing returned to Hill Farm, Hintlesham, where the high speed, power-demanding conditions were quite different from the mud-plug riders faced when the MSG Series was last there in March 2016.

Don Topley discusses the many benefits of veterans’ cricket in his latest column.

James Reiss has named a competitive Aldeburgh squad for the visit of Felixstowe Ferry in the quarter-final of the Stenson Shield on Saturday. It promises to be a keenly-fought match. Reiss misses the match because of a wedding, so Roger Taylor takes over as captain.

In the Danny King column this week, the Premier League Pairs, who will win the British GP, Witches and Lions latest – and why Danny’s TV exploded!

Former British & Irish Lion and England international Ollie Smith has been revealed as the new head coach at Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club.

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 British Formula 1 Grand Prix review.

This weekend sees the second annual Suffolk Games held at Trinity Park. The CrossFit competition aims to crown Suffolk’s fittest team. Mark Heath explains...

Next week both the Suffolk men’s and ladies’ teams travel to compete in this year’s Summer Aegon County Cup Competition.

Suffolk’s Minor Counties Championship match at rivals Norfolk ended in a tame draw, at Manor Park today, after Hugo Douglas and Tom Rash had been involved in a stubborn last wicket partnership.

Michael Griggs starred with the bat, and Dan Carter with the ball, as Frinton cruised to an impressive victory over Cambridge Granta by 94 runs in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League on Saturday.

Ipswich Witches star Kyle Newman is convinced the best of the 2017 season is still ahead of him.

Ipswich motocross star Jake Nicholls is ending his involvement in Grand Prix racing.

Three new Jockey Club chairmen are set to take up post in January at Newmarket Racecourses, Jockey Club Estates and The National Stud respectively.

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