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Harleston Magpies slipped five points behind the top two in the East Conference after suffering a surprise defeat at Bedford on Saturday.

Ben Wright in the thick of the action for Harleston Magpies during Saturday's comfortable victory at Felixstowe. Pictures: Pat Leate

Harleston Magpies were far too strong for newly promoted Felixstowe, coming away with a 7-0 win to maintain their unbeaten start in the Premier A Division.

Norwich Dragons II players prepare to defend a short corner against Ipswich III.

Norwich City maintained their impressive start to the Division 2NE season when they beat Bury St Edmunds 3-0 to keep the pressure on early leaders Norwich Dragons II.

Dereham II lead the way in the Premier Division after beating newly promoted Thetford 5-0 to make it five straight wins.

Langley School and Harleston Magpies Hockey Club are delighted to report that, building on their already close links, they have formed an association to promote the development of hockey within the school and the club by way of coaching and the sharing of facilities.  
Harleston Magpies, which since 2007 has been awarded Clubs 1s t status by England Hockey as part of Sport England Clubmark, offers the keen hockey students at Langley an outstanding opportunity to further develop and diversify their skills while at the same time opening up new opportunities. Recently four Langley students, Victoria Findlay, Toby Price, Anna Tighe and Tom Yallop, have taken advantage of this coaching to progress in England Hockey’s Single System development programme. These students all competed against 60 of the most talented youngsters within their age groups throughout the East of England over two weekends in September with Toby Price progressing to the next stage by being selected for the Saxon Tigers team to compete in the

Langley School and Harleston Magpies have built on their close links by forming an association to promote the development of hockey within the school and the club by way of coaching and the sharing of facilities.

Victoria Williamson (left) with her silver medal from the National Championship's women's 500m time-trial.

Norfolk track cycling star Victoria Williamson has been named in British Cycling’s team for next month’s UCI World Cup.

Lynn boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell believes his side’s recent form means they can play with more “freedom” ahead of their Evo-Stik Premier Division clash at home to Ilkeston Town this evening, kick-off 7.45pm.

Ove Fundin, 79 year old former world speedway champion and Norwich Stars rider, at Horham Community centre to support the bid to relaunch the Norwich Stars team.

It was 60 years ago when a young unknown and shy Swedish speedway rider made his way to Norwich by train, pushing his bike, held together with bits of old wire and string, between stations.

Remy Gordon got a consolation for Wroxham in their defeat to Harlow Town.

Wroxham tumbled out of the FA Trophy after a comprehensive defeat against fellow Ryman League Division One North outfit, Harlow Town.

Dereham Town's Ryan Hawkins bagged a brace for the Magpies on Saturday.

A brace from in-form Ryan Hawkins ensured that Dereham progressed in the FA Trophy.

Stephen Spriggs slotted home Lynn's equaliser. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town overcame all the odds to record a spectacular win over Marine and propel themselves into the top five of the Northern Premier Division.

Chris Henderson grabbed the winner for the Blues against Oxford City on Saturday.

Lowestoft Town’s first-half resurgence was enough to secure all three points at home to Oxford City in the Vanarama Conference North this afternoon.

Lowestoft have re-signedLee Smith from Biggleswade Town.

Lowestoft Town have swooped to re-sign Lee Smith from Biggleswade Town.

Sam Mulready is an injury doubt for Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he’s more than happy to win ugly again as Marine prepare to visit The Walks.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher before the The FA Cup match at the Lamb Ground, Tamworth
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Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher insists his squad has the firepower to survive in the Vanarama Conference North.

Aaron Kay scored twice for Dereham in midweek. Picture: Ian Burt

Dereham Town will be looking to reach the next round of the FA Trophy today when they welcome Hanwell Town to Aldiss Park.

Stewart Larter takes his Wroxham side to Harlow Town today. Picture: Steve Adams

Wroxham are in buoyant mood ahead of today’s FA Trophy preliminary round tie at Ryman Division One North leaders Harlow Town.

Mark Fincham.

Disabled racer Mark Fincham makes his national Superstock debut at Brands Hatch this weekend – just four months after cheating death in a 120mph crash.

Will Feneley

Teenager Will Feneley has been crowned Britain’s number one dual moguls skier.

Action from Holt (black) losing 33-22 to Saffron Walden at High Kelling - Josh Simmons. Picture: Stuart Young

Once again Holt find themselves travelling into deepest Essex tomorrow for their first ever visit to Old Cooperians at Upminster.

Action from Norwich's (red) 30-27 loss at Chelmsford - Joe Tennant. Picture: Andy Micklethwaite

Norwich will look to get back to winning ways when they entertain Basildon, with coach Jonny O’Brien able to pick from an almost full squad.

Action from North Walsham's (green) defeat to Colchester at Scottow - Toby Salmon. Picture: Hywel Jones

Nick Greenhall will tell North Walsham to keep their discipline when they play struggling Woodford tomorrow.

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton models a neat little T-shirt number following his team's constructors' title success at Sochi.

The EDP F1 podcast returns to look back at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, and the aftermath of events in Japan the previous weekend.

Ross Brawn, centre, deserves huge credit for the Mercedes he left behind in the winter.

Before a single metre was raced in anger this season, our EDPF1 podcast crew predicted the destination of the 2014 constructors’ and drivers’ championships – and everyone said Mercedes would take team honours.

The 2015 FIM Speedway World Champion will be crowned Down Under as Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium hosts the Australian SGP in a five-year deal. Picture: SPEEDWAYGP

The 2014 Speedway Grand Prix series came to a close with Greg Hancock becoming a worthy world champion.

Michael Humberstone (second right) in action for Holt. Picture: Stuart Young

There will be few sportsman as grateful to be running out for their team tomorrow as Holt RFC’s Michael Humberstone.

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Brave Lynn’s dreams of lifting their first Elite League title finally came to an end at a drenched Wimborne Road tonight.

Channel 5's Rob Lamarr opens the new FootGolf course at Eagles Golf in Tilney All Saints. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Imagine stepping onto a golf course without a club, or kicking a football into a hole instead of a net.

Nicklas Porsing will miss tonight's meeting. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

The farce that is Poole’s attempts to host King’s Lynn in the Elite League play-off semi-final second leg will continue today.

A van was used to try and flatten the track the first time Poole tried to host Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Rob Lyon is not holding his breath that King’s Lynn will finally fulfil their Elite League play-off semi-final second leg this evening.

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