Diss Town reveal five new signings as new boss Micheal King begins to build his squad up for the upcoming Thurlow Nunn League North Division campaign.
Walsham-le-Willows Sports Club is set to make use of a £24,000 Football Foundation grant to renovate the clubhouse in time for the new season.
Suffolk County Cricket Club chairman Andrew Squire said it was ‘gutting’ after the prospect of playing competitive cricket this summer was ruled out.
The Football Association has released a plan for the return of outdoor competitive grassroots football after gaining approval from the government.
See who Bury St Edmunds, Diss, Ely, Newmarket, Sudbury, Stowmarket and Thurston are set to open up against in 2020/21.
The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.
Ipswich Town fan Joey Sadler gives his reflections on their coronavirus-shortened 2019/20 campaign in League One.
Kent Spitfires will not be coming to Suffolk this summer, but officials are hoping to rearrange it for next summer.
Nick Garnham catches up with the Suffolk player for whom the coronavirus break is the latest frustrating obstacle to his return to a cricket pitch.
Former Framlingham, Debenham and Stowmarket boss Mel Aldis is next up in our series picking the best three games he has been involved in this century.
Ipswich Town player keen to see 2019/20 season end at some point.
Our Norwich City columnist Edward Seaman brings you his latest thoughts on the Carrow Road club.
Trevor Newman's men fall at the first hurdle.
Manager of Step 5 side who finished ninth in the league last term feels the club can improve on that this season
Two late Sudbury goals clinch the Thurlow Nunn Youth League Championship final.
Semi-final defeat for Progress Boxing Club's fighter.
Bottom-of-the-table Castlemen defeated on the road at Hadleigh.
Castlemen's youth sides to attend clash with Great Yarmouth.
League-leading Harleston beaten at home by Lakenheath.
The provisional riders list for the OVO Women's Tour – which starts in Framlingham – includes some big names, including Dame Sarah Storey.