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Saxons hit the summit with Bristol victory

Suffolk Saxons have moved to the top of the AJ Bell National Badminton League thanks to a 3-2 victory over Bristol Jets at the Ipswich Corn Exchange on Monday night.

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Stoke College senior girls hockey team following their recent success against Gosfield School. Pictured are (from left): Ellie Cameron, Freya Donald, Sarah McGowan, Ellie Lytton, Iona Griffey, Zara Mason and Grace Lovelock

Stoke College girls in come-from-behind win

Stoke College Senior Girls hockey team have been celebrating their recent success against Gosfield School.

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Tina Baun Picture: Action Photography

Badminton legend Tine Baun signs for Suffolk Saxons

Suffolk Saxons badminton team have today announced Olympian and women’s singles badminton legend, Tine Baun, as their latest signing — and confirmed she will be available to make her debut in Monday’s home fixture in Ipswich.

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LOUGHBOROUGH, GBR  28 November 2016  National Badminton League  Loughborough Lightnings Greg Mairs & Jenny Moore vs Suffolk Saxons Sean Vendy & Fee Teng Liew. Match played in the Loughborough University Netball & Badminton Centre (Photo by David Crawford / www.stillsport.com)

Suffolk Saxons pull off smash-and-grab raid at Loughborough

Suffolk Saxons added another scalp to their impressive AJ Bell National Badminton League campaign with a magnificent victory at Loughborough University last night.

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WINNING TEAM: Mick Graham with his star pupil Callum Wilkinson, who he helped end a 52-year wait for a British world race-walk medal in July

Eyes on Tokyo for award-winning coach Graham

Despite a record-breaking year which saw him crowned Suffolk’s best coach as well as honoured with a lifetime achievement award, Mick Graham says he is far from done yet.

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NEW ARRIVAL: Fee Teng Liew has joined the Suffolk Saxons. Picture: Action Photography

New signing for Suffolk Saxons

Ahead of their AJ Bell National Badminton League encounter at Loughborough Lightning on Monday, Suffolk Saxons have announced the signing of Fee Teng Liew.

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HIGH FIVES: Suffolk Saxons' Sarah Walker and Julie Finn Ipsen celebrate a point

Suffolk Saxons triumph in historic home debut

A packed Corn Exchange in Ipswich witnessed the Suffolk Saxons record a rousing victory over highly-fancied Surrey Smashers on their first ever AJ Bell National Badminton League home fixture.

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AT LAST: Tom Murray runs in a try during Sudbury's first of the season

WEEKEND RUGBY ROUND-UP: Sudbury finally post first win

After eight failed attempts, Sudbury secured their first London League Division One North victory of the season on Saturday, while Bury St Edmunds also ended a winless streak of their own.

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Tim Squires with the new snooker rest he has invented for wheelchair users. Behind him is the new TV being used to help him coach people with disabilities. Picture: Steve Barton ANL-161028-153756002

Haverhill snooker coach invents new rest for wheelchair players

The founder of a Haverhill-based charity that helps disabled people to play snooker has invented a new rest specifically for wheelchair users.

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Matt Fitch, right, takes on Chris Wootten in the EBA Heavyweight title fight at Grays Civic Hall. Picture: Brad Cowlbeck.  ANL-160111-173212002

Haverhill boxer Matt Fitch reflects on title defeat

Haverhill boxer Matt Fitch was in a phlegmatic frame of mind after losing his EBA Heavyweight title fight to Chris Wootten.

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LOSING FEELING: Sean Stapleton attempts to make some ground for Bury. Picture: Mecha Morton

WEEKEND RUGBY ROUND-UP: Fourth straight defeat for Bury

Bury St Edmunds have dropped down to 11th in the National League Two South standings after they were beaten at home by Redingensians, while there was also defeats for Sudbury and Newmarket.

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Defeat puts Devonports at bottom

CAMBRIDGESHIRE SQUASH LEAGUE

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Tennis boys go up against county players

Tennis boys go up against county players

Haverhill Tennis Club recently held two County Tour Linked tournaments with these grade 5 events linking to higher grade 4 events in other counties.

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HAT-TRICK HERO: Sudbury's Chloe Hunnable

Sudbury held despite Hunnable treble

EAST WOMEN’S LEAGUE

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FULL FLIGHT: Sarah Walker

Suffolk Saxons lose opening fixture

Suffolk Saxons’ first ever AJ Bell National Badminton League encounter ended in a 4-1 defeat at the home of defending champions Birmingham Lions.

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HONOURS EVEN: Action from Sudbury's draw with Chingford

RUGBY ROUND-UP: Draw ends Sudbury’s losing sequence, Bury beaten by leaders

After losing their first six games of the new London League One North season, Sudbury halted the rot thanks to a 29-29 home draw with Chingford on Saturday.

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Ladies win another tennis title

Haverhill Tennis Club ladies’ team have completed back-to-back titles.

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TRIUMPH OVER ADVERSITY: Angie Underdown (right) picks up her award from Greene Kings Tania Wreathall

Angie’s recovery the highlight of St Edmundsbury Sport Awards

Despite being told she could never run again, St Edmudsbury Sports Awards winner Angie Underdown has revealed she is targeting a return to elite level athletics.

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Haverhill Ladies claim first county cup in tense decider

Haverhill Ladies claim first county cup in tense decider

A team of ladies from Haverhill Golf Club won a closely-fought final with Felixstowe Ferry to become county champions by lifting the Stearn Cup on Sunday.

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TRIUMPH OVER ADVERSITY: Angie Underdown (right) picks up her award from Greene Kings Tania Wreathall

Heart attack victim Angie targets the British Indoors after her St Eds award

Despite being told she could never run again, St Edmudsbury Sports Awards winner Angie Underdown has revealed she is targeting a return to elite level athletics.

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