April 18 2014 Latest news:
Lowestoft Town kept their play-off hopes alive at Crown Meadow tonight, beating lowly Enfield Town 2-0.
Thurlow Nunn Premier Division promotion hopefuls Gorleston have stunned Norfolk’s non-league scene by admitting they no longer wish to go up this season.
Norfolk’s Patrick Manifold will be aiming to help Glasgow Rocks cause a huge upset in tomorrow’s British Basketball League Trophy final.
While Norfolk-raised Patrick Manifold’s location may have changed over the years his drive to succeed hasn’t.
Norfolk-raised basketball professional Patrick Manifold is the special guest on this week’s West Norfolk Sports Podcast.
Toormore, last season’s champion two-year-old in Europe, predictably won the Craven Stakes at Newmarket yesterday to retain his place high on the list 2,000 Guineas hopefuls.
Hull manager Steve Bruce is staggered by the idea that Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger could be under pressure for his job at the end of the season and rates the Frenchman as “one of the greats”.
Neil Adams is confident Norwich City’s Premier League relegation rivals will be feeling the heat just as much as his Canaries.
Norwich City’s stirring late fightback at Old Trafford on Thursday night salvaged a point to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for next season’s elite tier of the Premier Under-21 Development League.
Sunday’s opponents Liverpool are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers and columnists.
“Mind the gap” said the voice on the Circle Line on Saturday evening. How could I when I had just seen it narrowed to two points as the Canaries’ Craven Cottage curse continued? Then I realised he wasn’t talking about the Premier League relegation scrap.