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The fourth round of the Norfolk Senior Cup has again been hit by postponements.

Lewy Thompson will take charge of Downham Town this evening.

Downham Town head to King’s Lynn as they begin the search for their fourth manager in two years, writes Gavin Caney.

Alex Vincent rounds Acle keeper Scott Cruickshank to bag Swaffham's second goal. Picture: Eddie Deane

Norwich United will be looking to bounce back from their FA Vase exit by progressing in the Norfolk Senior Cup this afternoon.

Ricci Butler blew his top after Saturday's defeat.

Boss Ricci Butler admits Gorleston’s FA Vase exit has left a sour taste in his mouth.

Joel Watts
Some of Great Yarmouth & Caister Golf Club's 2015 champions.

A four-ball team event, the ‘November Knock’ with the best two scores being recorded on each hole, saw 24 teams enjoy a shotgun start event that was followed by a salute to the Great Yarmouth and Caister Club’s 2015 golfing champions.

Great Yarmouth

Norfolk Sport

King's Lynn

Rob Lyon has solved the first part of a major King’s Lynn puzzle by keeping hold of Robert Lambert, writes Gavin Caney.

Will Catchpole marks his North Walsham Vikings debut with a try at Ruislip on Saturday afternoon. Picture: HYWEL JONES

North Walsham’s impressive form continued with a solid win over dogged Ruislip in London One North.

Action from Norwich's (stripes) defeat to Fullerians in the Intermediate Cup at Beeston Hyrne - Michael Campton-Smith. Pictures: Andy Micklethwaite

A below full-strength Norwich side bowed out of the Intermediate Cup when they were beaten by Fullerians, who play in the parallel London 2NW league.

Robert Lambert. Picture: Ian Burt

Robert Lambert has taken the next step in his fledgling career by agreeing to ride in Sweden next season.

King's Lynn
Danny Kerry. Picture: ENGLAND HOCKEY

Danny Kerry can follow in Sir Alex Ferguson’s footsteps this evening by landing a prestigious coaching award.

King's Lynn

Norwich City

Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy fully expects to be taking some stick off his staff and players this week after the long-lost audio of his little-known Irish chart hit ‘Did You Ever?’ surfaced on the internet.

Lewis Grabban scores Norwich City's equaliser. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt are joined by editor Pete Raven to discuss the Canaries’ 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal.

Michael Bailey
Martin Olsson in the thick of the action during Sunday's 1-1 draw against Arsenal. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Martin Olsson is fit and firing and ready to play his part in Norwich City’s Premier League quest.

Martin Olsson
Norwich's Jamar Loza celebrates his hat-trick against Southampton. Picture: Jasonpix

Scoring five goals at Carrow Road has given fresh momentum to Jamar Loza’s Norwich City career and the young striker now wants to go out on loan again to prove what he can do.

Alex Neil
Jamar Loza scores his fifth goal for Norwich City U21 against Southampton. Picture: Jasonpix

Jamar Loza was the star of the show for Norwich City Under-21s as he scored five goals in a comprehensive victory over Southampton.

Russell Martin


Saturday, November 28, 2015
Andre Wisdom

Last Saturday followed the pattern of most of my recent visits to Stamford Bridge; City battled hard and showed great spirit but ultimately came up short although the sound of the Chelsea ‘faithful’ singing “we’re going to win the league” in the closing stages without the slightest hint of irony provided some mild amusement.

Norwich City celebrate scoring against Bournemouth - and its the games in the mini league which really matter for Canaries.

Troy Deeney wasn’t the player I had expected to be writing about.

Northern Ireland
Norwich players celebrate Grant Holt's opener during a 4-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge in 2012. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

International breaks are usually just an annoying period of tedium as we wait for the return of club football.

Norwich City's Gary O'Neil battles for the ball with Swansea City's Bafetimbi Gomis. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire.

Asked to name a player who has appeared in every one of the last 26 first-team squads of 18 put out by Alex Neil what would your answer be? John Ruddy? Sebastien Bassong? Wes Hoolahan?

Gary ONeil, right, was an impressive performer against Swansea.  Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

For the true football aficionado last week’s first half probably constituted a fascinating game of cat and mouse. For the rest of us it was just 45 minutes of our lives that we’ll never get back.

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Last night at Tiffanys nightclub, Yarmouth. Picture: Bill Darnell EDP 29-09-2002. Lowthorpe story.

It was the place to be seen in the 1970s and 80s, and now, the well-known faces of Tiffany’s Ballroom are set to return, for a night of nostalgia and big tunes.

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How East Anglia might look if sea levels continue to rise based on 2C warming. Copyright 2015 Climate Change Central

King’s Lynn could be totally submerged and abandoned, and Downham Market a seaside town on Norfolk’s new west coast by the end of the century.

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A man in his 60s has been taken to the James Paget University Hospital following a collision in Southtown, in Great Yarmouth, this afternoon.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary in Downham Market. Picture: James Bass.

A police officer has denied smashing a detained man’s head into handcuffs during an arrest in Great Yarmouth.

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Norfolk Constabulary police vehicle. Picture: James Bass.

Rush hour traffic may be slow in Great Yarmouth this evening, due to a broken down lorry partially blocking a road.

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