Norwich United saw their clash with Soham abandoned within seconds, following a nasty injury to captain Andy Eastaugh.
Gary Setchell saluted his battle weary warriors after they were outgunned by Kettering’s late onslaught.
Wolverhampton 61 King’s Lynn 29
Former Trawlerboy Robert Eagle came back to haunt Lowestoft Town with a 95th-minute equaliser as AFC Sudbury grabbed a share of the spoils at Crown Meadow.
Patched-up Lynn were put to the sword by a resurgent second-half showing from Kettering.
Horsford A recorded an excellent win at closest rivals Dereham to clinch the Norfolk Alliance Division One title – but it remains to be seen whether they will be going up.
Youngster Matthew Taylor was the man for the big occasion as Swardeston booked their place in the final of the national Royal London Club Championship after a truly incredible finish at The Common.
Swardeston sealed a fifth successive East Anglian Premier League title as Freddie Ruffell picked the perfect day to score his first century in the competition.
Thurrock 1 Wroxham 0
Havant & Waterlooville 1
Ten-man Dereham went down to a late winner in Essex.
Rory Schlein will make his final appearance of the season for King’s Lynn tonight when the Stars head to Wolverhampton.
Frome Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 3
Harleston Town lead the Almary Green Anglian Combination Premier on goal difference after beating Stalham Town 4-0.
Wisbech Town progressed in the United Counties League Knock Out Cup with a comfortable win over Division One side Potton United thanks to a goal drought-ending hat-trick from Jack Friend.
A big crowd turned out to support a charity football match inspired by two brave teenagers.
King’s Lynn Town will face up to their nightmare away days to try and avoid another horror show on the road.
Norwich United will attempt to avoid an FA Cup hangover when they return to league action.
After going out of the FA Cup to lower-level Deeping Rangers, Wroxham boss Damian Hilton will be looking for a much-improved performance from his side in Essex, writes Adrian Gowling.
Dereham Town’s aim of avoiding a slow start to the campaign will be put to the test at Tilbury.
Club asset Nicklas Porsing has replaced Rory Schlein at King’s Lynn.
Players and officials of Brooke CC are mulling over whether they should go for promotion after sealing their first Dipple and Conway Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title at the weekend.
Swardeston will host what is being billed as the most prestigious match in their history on Sunday when they play their Royal London Club Championship semi-final at The Common.
Garboldisham lifted the Lady Mary Trophy at Manor Park after winning a tense and exciting match against Bradfield with three wickets to spare.
The Stars’ Carl Wilkinson was on cloud nine even though Lynn were brought back down to earth with a hefty bump.
King’s Lynn took on Wolverhampton this evening and we were there to bring you live updates.
With athletics under the global spotlight at the Rio Olympics, clubs around the region are hoping to attract new members to the various disciplines of their sport.
As the Rio Olympics came to an end, Team GB could look back on a host of outstanding performances, along with their best medal tally since 1908.
The King’s Lynn Stars made a triumphant return to Manchester’s National Speedway Stadium after emphatically defeating league leaders Belle Vue Aces 41-49.
Norfolk captain Chris Brown is already looking forward to seeing what 2017 will bring for the county squad – after a season of clear progression.
In just under a year, a Bradwell woman has lost nearly four stone in weight and dropping from size 16 to 10.
Two drivers were charged when police caught two cars racing in Great Yarmouth.
A sudden downpour has led to a spate of flooding call-outs for Norfolk firefighters.
Firefighters were called out to deal with flooding at the library in Bradwell, near Great Yarmouth.
With a chorus of honking horns and lots of smiling faces, a convoy of trucks set off from County Hall, in Norwich, for an extra special day out.
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