Waveney Valley Athletic Club's cross-country season got underway with the first fixture in the Suffolk Winter League fixture at Framlingham.
Waveney Valley AC member Kirsty Howe competed in the Brightlingsea Marathon in November last year and achieved a time of 6:21.17.
Whitlingham Broad was once again the venue for the Swim England East Region Open Water Championships.
Lloyd Chapman and Rebecca Johnson are 2019 East District 25-Mile champions after breezy rides on the exposed Wisbech course.
Bungay Black Dog Running Club's training ground played host to more than 200 competitors at the first of its Wednesday evening Summer Series of three 10k races.
Beccles Town welcomed back Caister to replay the abandoned 3-3 draw from earlier in the season, when a Caister player was badly injured, and recorded an impressive 4-1 win.
Last weekend's Virgin Money London Marathon saw a record 21 Bungay Black Dog Running Club members finishing among the 40,000 competing, while dozens more travelled to cheer them on.
Bungay Town turned in an outstanding performance to win 3-0 at fellow high-flyers Mundford to give their Anglian Combination Division One promotion hopes a huge boost.
Beccles Town turned on the style to record a 5-1 win over a visiting Acle United side who had been on a decent run.
Sam Wooldridge was the hero for the Black Dogs on Saturday as he came off the bench to score two vital goals to turn the game round after Kirkley had taken a first half lead.
Beccles secured the league title and promotion with a hard-fought 24-7 victory at second placed Hadleigh.
The Bungay Festival of Running, incorporating the Bungay Black Dog Marathon, takes place on Sunday and entries are at a record high.
Robert Bishop scored a hat-trick, including two in dying minutes, as Beccles Town claimed a hard-fought win against lowly St Andrews at Thorpe Rec.
An injury-hit Beccles Town gave in-form Sheringham a good game before going down 2-0 at College Meadow.
The strong wind was the real winner on Saturday as Bungay Town battled out their eighth draw of the Anglian Combination Division One season at Stalham, with the match ending 1-1.
Beccles Town travelled to Wroxham Reserves for an Anglian Combination Premier Division game and came away with a 1-1 draw.
Two first half goals were enough as Bungay Town beat visitors Attleborough Town 2-0 to make it five successive wins in the Anglian Combination Division One on Saturday.
The Mud, Sweat and Gears summer mountain bike race series got under way with a complete absence of mud and a surfeit of sweat and gears on the steep bluffs of the Olympic Legacy course at Hadleigh Park.