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BBC Sport | Suffolk | UK Edition

Injury will not end Sayers career (1949 days old [20/12/12])

British Olympic javelin thrower Goldie Sayers says she does not want her elbow injury to put an end to her career.

Telemark 'can be Olympic by 2022' (1950 days old [19/12/12])

British telemark champion Jasmin Taylor hopes the sport can become a Winter Olympic event in time for the 2022 Games.

Ahern to face corruption charge (1950 days old [19/12/12])

Newmarket jockey Eddie Ahern and ex-West Brom footballer Neil Clement are charged with breaches of racing's rules.

Leeds 2-0 Ipswich (1954 days old [15/12/12])

Leeds United move to within four points of the Championship play-off places as they defeat Ipswich Town at Elland Road.

Ipswich shake off 'fear factor' (1955 days old [14/12/12])

Ipswich defender Luke Chambers says they have overcome the "fear factor" that affected them at the start of the season.

Injured Barnett returns to Posh (1956 days old [13/12/12])

Striker Tyrone Barnett returns to Peterborough after suffering a knee injury during his loan spell at Ipswich.

Baltacha targets two more years (1956 days old [13/12/12])

Elena Baltacha hopes to return from injury in Indian Wells in March and believes she can play for at least two more years.

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Evening Star Sport

Matt Blake the hero as late draw keeps Leiston’s play-off dream alive (11 hours old)

Bostik PremierLeatherhead 2Leiston 2A pulsating ending saw Leiston level at the death in a 2-2 draw at Leatherhead, keeping their play-off dreams alive as striker Matt Blake returned from loan to bag a brace, writes Craig Cooper.

Stuart Watson’s Sunday Verdict: Rousing show of support was proof that Town is primed for a positivity project (14 hours old)

On the face of it, this was a result which adds weight to doom merchants’ claims of ‘be careful what you wish for’.

Danny Smith hits 15-minute hat-trick as Framlingham edge closer to promotion (14 hours old)

Thurlow OneDebenham LS 0Framlingham Town 5A Danny Smith hat-trick in the final 15 minutes put the icing on the cake for the Castlemen, who were dominant for large periods of the game and edged closer to promotion with three well deserved points, writes Iain Smith.

Seasiders promotion charge continues with rout of Saffron Walden (14 hours old)

Thurlow Premier Felixstowe & Walton United 4Saffron Walden 0The Seasiders’ pursuit of promotion carries on into the final fortnight of the season, after a comfortable win against the side that halted their 12-match winning start back in September, writes Phil Griffiths.

Early goal proves decisive as Harrow win at Needham Market (15 hours old)

Bostik PremierNeedham Market 0Harrow Borough 1This was the final home game of the season for the Marketmen and the public relations initiative to reduce admission prices by 50% proved a succes, with 302 spectators in attendance at Bloomfields, writes John Campany.

Punchless Colchester United have simply not scored enough goals (15 hours old)

Once again, Colchester United’s whole season could be summed up by the goings-on at Lincoln City on a sun-kissed Saturday afternoon.

Fuller Flavour: Fans are returning to Ipswich Town, we just need to be patient (17 hours old)

Just two more games to go folks, two more and we can draw a line under yet another nondescript season, which is ending with some hope for the future but in desperate need of new leadership, writes Karl Fuller.

Kings of Anglia Podcast: 25 potential Ipswich Town managers in 45 minutes (18 hours old)

Stuart Watson, Mike Bacon and Andy Warren cast an eye over all the leading candidates in the frame to take over at Ipswich Town.

Lincoln City 2 Colchester United 1: Carl Marston’s Player Ratings (1 day old)

Here are Colchester United writer Carl Marston’s U’s Player Ratings after yesterday’s 2-1 defeat at Lincoln City, when substitute Luke Waterfall’s injury-time header finally ended the U’s already slender hopes of making the play-offs.

‘It’s an absolute honour’ - Bialkowski wins third-successive player of the year award (1 day old)

Bartosz Bialkowski has once again been voted Ipswich Town Supporters Club player of the year, picking up the award for the third season in a row.

SkySports | Ipswich Town

Villa thump four past Ipswich

Aston Villa kept their automatic promotion bid alive with a convincing 4-0 victory over 10-man Ipswich at Portman Road.

Ipswich v Aston Villa preview

Ipswich will have midfielder Bersant Celina available again following illness for the Sky Bet Championship match against promotion-chasing Aston Villa.

Ipswich move to replace McCarthy

Ipswich have begun the process of finding a new manager but they are nowhere near making a decision on who will replace Mick McCarthy, Sky Sports News understands.

Winter break 'agreed in principle'

The FA, Premier League and EFL are close to agreement over the introduction of a winter break, Sky Sports News understands.

Forest rally late for dramatic win

A dramatic finale saw Nottingham Forest all but secure Championship safety as they scored twice late on to end their goal famine in a 2-1 victory over managerless Ipswich.

Wolves, Fulham dominate PFA team

Wolves and Fulham dominated as the PFA Championship team of the year was announced on Wednesday.

N Forest v Ipswich preview

Nottingham Forest boss Aitor Karanka could look to freshen up the attack after six matches without a goal for the visit of Ipswich.

VOTE: Champ Player of the Season

Tom Cairney, Ruben Neves, Ryan Sessegnon - who should win the Championship Player of the Season award for 2017/18? Vote here...

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