QT photographer David Nielsen picks the best sport photos from the year
IPSWICH and District Athletic Club newcomer Benjamin Thomas surprised coach Vic Pascoe the most this year.
Pascoe is proud of all his athletes, supporting them through the highs and lows of their challenging but rewarding sport.
"We tell our kids all the time in development training, or training in general, it's okay to make mistakes.''
Spry was full of optimism for 2018 and keen to build on what has been achieved this year.
Deborah Acason (nee Lovely) is on the verge of a rare feat that will be difficult for any Ipswich achiever to emulate.
One of those dedicated club supporters is Ipswich born and bred Nicholas Pender, the 19th life member to be honoured at Rangers.
NICHOLAS Pender was clearly a deserved choice as Ipswich Rangers latest life member.
Before heading to the coast, the recently appointed Ipswich Force men's head coach has focused on signing key players for the 2018 QBL season.
BEING called the "NANCI'' crew instantly requires an explanation where such a catchy name came from.
David, known as "Lemsy" around Ipswich, has been with the QT since 1984. He has been sports editor for more than two decades and has won numerous awards for his sports writing, including being named APN Journalist of the Year and Sports Editor of the Year. Away from work, he enjoys fishing, spending time with his family and watching sport.