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Liam Walsh (left)on his way to victory over Joe Murray at the O2 Arena. Photo: PA.

Cromer’s Liam Walsh retained his British and Commonwealth super-featherweight crowns with another devastating performance.

Action from the 0-4 loss of King's Lynn Town v Rushall Olympic - Lynn Manager Gary Setchell after the 4-0 loss. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Mid-table Lynn were leapfrogged by the Pics in the standings after losing their third home game on the bounce thanks to a dismal second-half collapse.

The crash which saw Ashley Morris sustain serious head injuries at his new home track last season. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn Stars have completed their line-up for the forthcoming season by signing Ashley Morris.

Liam Walsh celebrates his victory over Joe Murray .

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Liam Walsh wants Joe Murray to “leave his bike at home” when the two men do battle for the British super-featherweight belt tonight.

Buster Chapman makes his feelings felt on the touchline. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn Town have felt the wrath of the FA for their furious reaction to exiting one of the part-time game’s most prestigious cup competitions.

Craig Fleming is ready to leave Lowestoft Town for Southampton.

Craig Fleming is set to leave Lowestoft Town to become an academy coach at Southampton.

TV crews film John Bailey passing on his expertise. Picture: www.mrcrabtreegoesfishing.com

To have your favourite sport on television is both good for you and for the sport itself, writes John Bailey.

Football.

Dereham Town will be desperate to not drop any further points this evening as the battle to reach the Ryman North play-offs continues to hot up.

Lynn's Gregg Smith. Picture: Ian Burt

Striker Gregg Smith is in line to make his Spalding United return this evening after ending a brief stint with King’s Lynn Town.

Richard Marshall of Bradford Park Avenue skips over a tackle from Sam Gaughran of Lowestoft Town during the Conference North match at Horsfall Stadium, Bradford
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21/02/2015

As unpredictable as football is, some days you have a pretty good idea of what you are going to get.

Alex Street, right, was on song at Skelmersdale. Picture: IAN BURT

Sam Mulready’s wonder strike proved a real tonic for flu-ridden Lynn boss Gary Setchell.

Football action from the Ryman League: Wroxham FC vs Chatham, Wroxham in blue. 

Picture: Mark Bullimore

Late strikes from Christy Finch and Remy Gordon saw Wroxham leap back into the play-offs with a somewhat fortunate win, writes Tom Crabb.

Dereham, black and white, dropped points in their quest to reach the Ryman North play-offs on Saturday. Picture: IAN BURT

Dereham squandered a two-goal lead and had to settle for a point at Burroughs Park, writes Rene Kendal.

Dave Micklethwaite scores for Norwich on Saturday.

That Norwich came away with five points from their trip to South Woodham Ferrers had as much to do with their titanic defensive performance when reduced to 13 men as to the four tries they scored.

Record points scorer Henry Dewing tries to force the North Walsham issue. Picture: HYWEL JONES

Fifth versus sixth suggested a close contest, but this London 1N game was never that.

Rugby

Holt were unlucky to return home from Enfield with no points for their efforts – even though the home side deserved the win for being more clinical on the day.

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