Suffolk sport


It’s been a dream start for AFC Sudbury caretaker boss Danny Laws at AFC Sudbury.

Leiston are back in league action at Victory Road this afternoon for the visit of Met Police in the Bostik League, writes Craig Cooper.

Edinburgh Monarchs 48 Ipswich Witches 41 Agg:88-91

Suffolk won the battle for third place in the England Women’s County finals which finished in glorious sunshine at Felixstowe Ferry today, writes Tony Garnett

Hampshire 254 & 76 lost to Essex 76 & 362 by 108 runs

Achilles boss Luke Hillyard is hoping his side’s impressive result against Framlingham Town last weekend can kick his team on to success this season.

Ipswich ‘’ Witches travel to Edinburgh Monarchs tonight in the second leg of the Championship Play-Off semi-final.

Head coach, Ollie Smith, admits that his new-look Bury St Edmunds side face their “first proper test” this weekend, with tomorrow’s National League Two South away fixture at Barnstaple (kick-off 2.30pm).

Ramadan Osman powered to victory, so retaining his title for a third year, as Colchester Harriers dominated the annual Fiducia Dedham Run, a 10K challenge last Sunday.

Former Debenham LC boss Mark Benterman is the new boss of Ipswich Wanderers.

Ipswich Witches 50 Edinburgh Monarchs 40

Suffolk Ladies hope to take third place in the England Ladies’ County Championship at Felixstowe Ferry.

Hampshire 254 trail Essex 76 & 247/5 by 69 runs

Suffolk families enjoyed traditional sports day games at an event set up to encourage people to become more active while raising funds for an organisation supporting parents.

Fast-rising MMA star Andre Goncalves says he’s ready for the big time – and he’ll prove it in enemy territory at Bellator 187 in Dublin in November.

A huge crowd packed into Foxhall Stadium to watch the Brisca F1 Championship of the World at the weekend, writes Dean Cox.

Don Topley ranks the players from Essex’s remarkable County Championship winning campaign in his latest weekly look at all things cricket.

With just six scheduled Thurlow Nunn Premier League games this weekend, Felixstowe & Walton United have the opportunity to open up a nine point gap at the top of the division when they host a Wivenhoe Town side struggling at the wrong end of the table.

Essex fighter Steve Aimable takes to the ring at the O2 tomorrow planning a performance which will earn him some December sun in Dubai.

Ipswich Witches Aussie star Rory Schlein says the key to play-off success is ‘no last places’, writes Henry Chard.

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