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Luton Town striker Ricky Miller being questioned by police following alleged assault

Kenilworth Road, Luton. Credit: PA

Luton Town striker Ricky Miller has been arrested on suspicion of assault.

The 26-year-old was arrested following an alleged incident in Hockliffe in Bedfordshire in the early hours of this morning.

Luton Town say that they have suspended the forward pending a police enquiry.

They also say that an internal investigation is underway.

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Secretary: Ipswich Town's goal during minute's applause was an "unbelievable moment"

Chris Reynolds. Credit: Rookery Park Golf Club

The Secretary of the golf club where Ipswich Town fan Chris Reynolds used to play has described Daryl Murphy's goal during a minute's applause as "unbelievable".

Town supporters were in the process of celebrating Mr Reynold's life in the 21st minute of The Championship clash with Nottingham Forest on Saturday when Murphy broke the deadlock.

Chris used to play at the Rookery Park Golf Club. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Mr Reynolds passed away at the age of 21 last week.

He was "massive" Ipswich Town fan and also regularly played golf at the Rookery Park Golf Club near Lowestoft.

Click below to hear from Robert Pettett

"It meant a tremendous amount to the family, who I know quite a few of them are members, and they go along to watch Ipswich.

It just meant so much to them that the fans were supporting them, and the club were supporting them.

When that goal went, at that time, it was just unbelievable. It was a great moment."

– Robert Pettett, Rookery Park Golf Club

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Northampton Saints forward Day not concerned by dip in form

Christian Day. Credit: PA

Northampton forward Christian Day says he's not worried about the Saints' recent dip in form.

The Premiership champions have lost their last two games.

They take on Saracens at a packed out stadium:mk tomorrow.

"We had a similar run of bad form last season and we went on to win two trophies, so we're not panicking really.

We've got a big challenge this weekend, top verses second, and we're looking forward to it."

– Christian Day, Northampton Saints

Leading trainer warns that plans to build 400 new homes could threaten the future of Newmarket racing

Newmarket in Suffolk. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Newmarket's place as the home of racing could be under threat if plans to build 400 homes at Hatchfield Farm in the town go ahead - that according to a leading trainer.

John Gosden says that the town is at a delicate balance, and any more building work would threaten the future of racing in the town.

An inquiry into the application is ongoing.

Former Norwich City defender Tierney forced to retire, aged 29

Marc Tierney in action for Norwich City. Credit: PA

Former Norwich City and Colchester United defender Marc Tierney has been forced to retire from professional football - at the age of just 29.

Tierney is currently with Bolton Wanderers but has now been told to call it a day after failing to recover from an ankle injury.

He was a key figure in the Norwich side that gained promotion to the Premier League back in 2011.

“It’s obviously very disappointing, but I’ve got some great memories from my time as a player, from progressing up the leagues to playing in the Premier League."

– Marc Tierney
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