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Thetford Town have been rewarded for their shock win over Norwich City Under-21s with another attractive home draw in the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

Nico Rosberg's class at the weekend included a pretty realistic smile amidst Lewis Hamilton's world title celebrations.

With hindsight, it’s probably fair to say Lewis Hamilton made a reasonably good decision in joining Mercedes two years ago, don’t you think?

West Norfolk players and manager Nigel Richardson on their visit to the BT Sport studios.

West Norfolk’s in-form troops have been rubbing shoulders with the stars at BT Sport’s studios.

Lewis Kerr chats to Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

Rob Lyon concedes ‘Team Lewis’ was always unlikely to be reunited at King’s Lynn because of the way the Fast Track Draft operates.

Ben Youngs. Picture: PA

Ben Youngs is hoping to get the opportunity to build on a solid return to the England starting line-up when the QBE Autumn Series concludes with a mouth-watering fixture against Australia.

Barry Pinches

Norwich cueman Barry Pinches insists he is happy with his form despite crashing out of the UK Snooker Championship at the first hurdle.

Lynn's Chris Ward. Picture: Ian Burt

Ten-man Lynn avoided a cup upset to reach the last eight of the Norfolk Senior Cup last night.

Shaun Stocker, right, looks set to play for Lynn in the Norfolk Senior Cup tonight. Picture: TIM SMITH

The home of quarter-finalists Gorleston will host this evening’s last scheduled Norfolk Senior Cup fourth round tie between Caister and King’s Lynn Town.

The WNSP, like Michael Vaughan, is able to celebrate 50 not out. Picture: BARRY BATCHELOR

The West Norfolk Sports Podcast has completed a perhaps not so memorable half century!

A season of beauty for Mercedes should get a fitting climax in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

When things come to a head in F1, there is nothing quite like it – and no, this isn’t about all those financial issues and forthcoming discussions. Those can wait, at least in terms of column inches.

Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Picture: James Bass

The wet and muddy conditions failed to deter a field of more than 2,000 taking to the start line for Sunday’s City of Norwich Half Marathon.

Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Mens winners.
(L TO R) Glen Watts (2nd)  Dan Watts (1st) and Kojo Kyereme (3rd)

Picture: James Bass

Twins Dan and Glen Watts turned the 30th City of Norwich Half Marathon into a brotherly battle for bragging rights.

Lowestoft Town v North Ferriby United at Crown Meadow.

Picture: James Bass

Lowestoft Town always knew there were going to be days like these in the Conference North.

Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Picture: James Bass

Race director Hugh McGill paid tribute to his army of helpers who made the 30th staging possible.

The man George Thomson found the net once more for King's Lynn Town this season at Blyth. Picture: TIM SMITH

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell was left to bemoan his side’s opening 70-minute display as the Linnets lost by the odd goal in five to FA Cup shock merchants Blyth Spartans.

Andy Wilton in action for Dereham Town earlier this season. Picture: NEIL SMITH

Dereham were thankful to in-form goalkeeper Andy Wilton as they shared the points with Chatham.

Remy Gordon was on the scoresheet, again, for Wroxham on Saturday. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wroxham tightened their grip on the Ryman North play-off positions with a convincing away win, writes Thomas Crabb.

Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Picture: James Bass

2,217 runners braved the rain and the mud to run in today’s Norwich Half Marathon.

Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Picture: James Bass

More than 2,200 dedicated people have braved the rain and the mud to run in today’s half marathon.

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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Jefferson Louis was on target for Lowestoft in their defeat to North Ferriby.

Lowestoft Town were well beaten by a classy North Ferriby side at Crown Meadow this afternoon.

Action from the 2013 Norwich Half Marathon which started and finished at the Norfolk Show-ground.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

The City of Norwich Half Marathon is without a doubt one of the biggest races in East Anglia, with the first official race taking place in 1985.

Action from the 2013 Norwich Half Marathon which started and finished at the Norfolk Show-ground. Men's race winner Ben Russell.

PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

At the risk of sounding like an X Factor sob story, winning Norwich Half Marathon has been both my biggest success in athletics to date and my most scary.

Dan Morphew is back in the Dereham squad. Picture Paul Chesteron/Focus Images

Manager Matt Henman expects Dereham to bounce back after their 2-0 defeat to Sholing on Tuesday as they bowed out of the FA Trophy in the second round of qualifying.

King's Lynn skipper David Bell has a hamstring problem. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn Town face one of their longest trips of the season today – and they must face it without skipper David Bell.

Wroxham have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes since manager Stewart Larter joined them from Gorleston this summer. Picture: James Bass

Wroxham may be the highest scorers in the top tiers of non-league football, but manager Stewart Larter says his side must start taking more points off the sides around them if they are to be serious play-off contenders.

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