Three stalwarts of Suffolk cricket will be involved in the IMC over-60s World Cup in India.
Emily Heaslip said she was ‘over the moon’ after being appointed to the FIFA list of referees for 2024.
Bury St Edmunds all-rounder Josh Cantrell has been appointed as Suffolk’s new white-ball captain.
Arsenal star Mohamed Elneny officially opened the second 3G pitch at a Suffolk sports facility yesterday.
Tickets are now on sale for Suffolk’s NCCA Showcase summer fixture versus Essex Eagles.
George Rhodes says it is ‘a privilege to be able to represent the county’ after re-signing as Suffolk’s professional for next season.
Suffolk Men’s 1st XI will break new ground in both white-ball competitions next season.
A new head coach discusses his appointment to the Suffolk men’s first team to succeed Andy Northcote.
Two former England internationals treated guests to stories from their careers at a charity lunch in a Suffolk town.
Suffolk will host Essex for the first time in more than 30 years for an NCCA Showcase match next summer at Woolpit Cricket Club.
Former England captain David Gower proved a big hit at the Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship presentation dinner.
Needham Market welcomed back Byron Lawrence for his first appearance in two years as they progressed in the Suffolk Premier Cup.
Two Bury cricketers have been called up to the England squad for the IMC Over-40s World Cup squad in Cape Town.
Two former England cricket captains entertained guests at a Shane Warner tribute dinner in a Suffolk town.
County pulled off what had appeared an improbable victory versus Buckinghamshire in their final NCCA Championship match of the season.
Suffolk have named a 13-strong squad for their final NCCA Championship match of the season including 17-year-old Barney Morton.
A presentation was made to a coach to mark his services to Suffolk Cricket before he leaves his role at the end of August.
Nine-man Bury Town came close to knocking out Needham Market who have won the Premier Cup three times on the bounce.
Former England captain Alex Stewart, now Surrey’s director of cricket, praised Suffolk’s performance against his side in their showcase fixture.
An Essex professional who was raised in the county has been named in the Suffolk side for the first time in two years for the trip to Lincolnshire.