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Great Yarmouth Sport

10:30
Premier Division

The ball is firmly in Gorleston’s court as they continue their quest for a first Eastern Counties League crown since 1980.

In the Great Yarmouth Table Tennis League handicap event, 15 players were drawn into three groups.

A team of swimmers from Great Yarmouth Swimming Club travelled to Wymondham to take part in round two of the Norfolk Junior League.

West Norfolk

Despite a one-sided 40-12 scoreline to Diss II, Great Yarmouth-Broadland were very competitive and the game closer than it seemed.

US Federal Reserve

It was heartbreak for Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League team Eagles of Gorleston Rangers as they fell one game short in the under 14 County Cup semi-final, narrowly losing out 2-1 to Attleborough.

Norfolk Sport

21:24
West Norfolk

After a two-month break West Norfolk Ladies’ rugby team travelled to play St Neots Ladies on a warm winter afternoon and recorded a 49-17 win.

Lightweight prospect Andre Goncalves intends to waste no time getting back in the win column after suffering the first-ever defeat of his career in December.

Andre Goncalves

Leading promoter Frank Warren has backed Liam Walsh to win a world title belt – home or away.

New York

Gary Setchell admitted his sacking as King’s Lynn Town manager came as a “massive surprise”.

King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve felt he “needed to shake things up” after appointing Ian Culverhouse as manager.

Norwich City

James Maddison is taking inspiration from Jacob Murphy as he bids to force his way into Norwich City’s first team.

Alex Pritchard

Steven Naismith and Ivo Pinto are poised to hand Norwich City a pre-derby boost with the pair winning their fitness battles to feature against Ipswich Town on Sunday.

Graham Dorrans

Fresh from Norwich City’s pre-match press conference ahead of their EFL Championship East Anglian derby clash with Ipswich Town at Carrow Road on Sunday, Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press chief writer Paddy Davitt give their views from Colney.

Alex Neil

This week’s Pink Un Show – Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine – is right here to watch, as the crew cover all the latest Canaries talking points.

Darren Eadie

Columnists

Mon, 15:16
Timm Klose

So that was Burton. Any excitement garnered from visiting a ground that Norwich City had never played at before quickly gave way to an all too familiar knot in the stomach.

Another week and another four valuable points for City, although a realistic assessment would be that this is still a side capable of overwhelming the weaker teams on its day, but with fundamental defensive frailties which can be ruthlessly exposed by opponents with more quality.

Nottingham

Half a century ago today, what was then considered a minor miracle occurred at Old Trafford.

Norwich

It was a random fixture change. An exciting fixture too. The prospect of Norwich City taking on Huddersfield under floodlights and in front of the live Sky Sports cameras will be one of the key evenings this season.

So have you got your breath back yet then?!

Most Read

13:54

Storm Doris brought disruption to the Great Yarmouth and Waveney areas, with trees ripped up, fences blown down, and traffic lights out of action.

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Met Office
Tue, 14:41

Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a man who is wanted.

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Norfolk Police
Mon, 11:57

Fresh sightings of dead seals and porpoises on Happisburgh and Great Yarmouth beaches have raised concern over what could be lurking off the Norfolk coast.

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Tue, 09:54

A stretch of a crucial road connecting Great Yarmouth and Gorleston is to be closed overnight for two evenings next week for repair work.

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Norfolk County Council
Mon, 12:02

A busy Great Yarmouth road is facing three weeks of delays due to a trio of planned roadworks.

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Norfolk County Council

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