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10/08/2020

Sport

Frustration for Ipswich Speedway promoter Louis

Ipswich ‘Tru Plant’ Witches promoter Chris Louis says that efforts to stage a 2020 season have ended in frustration after it was confirmed that there will be no league season this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.The start of the new campaign has been on hold since March with various restrictions in place to prevent

Funding bounce for Ipswich basketballers

Ipswich Basketball club has been presented with a £250 grant from the power company which delivers electricity across the East of England. Employee Richard Leach, who works as a field engineer for UK Power Networks, applied for the award which will be spent on new kit and additional training equipment. His 13-year-old daughter, Cerys, plays

Stowmarket cricketers net funding boost

Cricketers at all ages and levels in Stowmarket declared themselves delighted with a funding boost from UK Power Networks. Stowmarket Cricket Club has been presented with a £250 grant from the power company which delivers electricity across the East of England. The money will be put towards the building of a new mobile net facility

Ride Fest 2020

90 minutes, 2 bikes, 1 team – who will travel the furthest for RideFest 2020? Local businesses are being called upon again to see who will be RideFest Champions for 2020. With a few tweaks to the rules from last year, each company is asked to assemble a team of nine riders to cycle on

Try the Whole Hog

Set in the glorious Suffolk Countryside the ‘Whole Hog’ has been running for over 13 years and has become a popular fixture in many peoples calendar. It is an obstacle/mud run which takes place on 13th October 2019 at the Wantisden Hall Estate, near Woodbridge. Competitors can choose from either the ‘Whole Hog’ five mile

Felixstowe & Walton United FC v West Ham United XI

Felixstowe & Walton United FC will unveil their stadium upgrades prior to a preseason friendly against a West Ham XI on Saturday 27 July at 1pm. This is thanks to a grant from the Premier League through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) – the largest funders of non-league football in the country. The FSIF

Speedway: Ipswich 46–44 Wolves

The ‘Tru Plant’ Witches edged out the Wolverhampton Wolves 46-44 at Foxhall on Monday night, as they remained top of the Premiership table, live on BT Sport. There was nothing to separate the two sides all evening in a tense encounter as the two teams exchanged blows throughout, but the home side dug deep without

Bank Holiday Racing at Foxhall

The first round of the British Youth Championship will follow the conclusion of the Ipswich v King’s Lynn Premiership fixture at Foxhall Stadium on Monday 6th May at 2.15pm. The series, previously known as the Under-15 Championship, is run under the control of Great Britain Under-21 manager Neil Vatcher and is open to any British

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