After a two-month break West Norfolk Ladies’ rugby team travelled to play St Neots Ladies on a warm winter afternoon and recorded a 49-17 win.
Lightweight prospect Andre Goncalves intends to waste no time getting back in the win column after suffering the first-ever defeat of his career in December.
Leading promoter Frank Warren has backed Liam Walsh to win a world title belt – home or away.
Gary Setchell admitted his sacking as King’s Lynn Town manager came as a “massive surprise”.
King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve felt he “needed to shake things up” after appointing Ian Culverhouse as manager.
Schoolboy Liam Hurrell is stepping up in class as he pursues his karting dreams.
Chris West and navigator Steven Cox powered their way to a commanding victory in the Snetterton Stages after overhauling early leaders Ian Woodhouse and Paul Rowland.
King’s Lynn Town supporters are taking sock this evening after a whirlwind 24 hours for their club, resulting in the appointment of Norwich City legend Ian Culverhouse at the Linnets new manager.
Snowflake Sailing Club held a single 90-minute race for all classes with the Dugdale Memorial Trophy up for grabs for the winning boat after handicaps had been applied.
Youngsters have had a martial arts master class from an expert at the Wymondham Judo Club.
It was second against third as Wensum D played Dynamic Rams A in Premier B of the Norwich and District League.
King’s Lynn Town will announced their new manager tomorrow – as fans, supporters are reporters alike took to Twitter to have their say on Gary Setchell’s sacking late on Tuesday night.
King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has left the club, it has been confirmed.
The current spell of mild weather has seen the carp on the feed on the stillwaters, with fish showing at Springside, Bear and Shepherd’s lakes.
Visitors young and old at the Norfolk & Suffolk Flyfishers’ East Tuddenham lake have enjoyed limit bags again.
The welcome rise in air temperatures warmed the commercial carp lakes, forcing the top match catches into treble figures.
Following a ‘where to boat-fish for pike on the Norfolk Broads and rivers’, it seems some anglers prefer dry land.
North Norfolk enthusiast Calvert Churchill joins his team-mates in the Belgian amateur team United Cycling tomorrow – and by Sunday he will be racing with them for the first time at Sint Joris Weert, east of Brussels.
It’s that most wonderful time of the angling year when spring is just around the corner and the daylight hours are stretching out ever further.
Fakenham Town booked their place in the last four of the Norfolk Senior Cup after beating Diss Town 2-1 in a replayed quarter-final last night.
He may be fighting a man known for his guillotine choke, but Adam Boussif says he has no fear of going to the ground with Ylies Djiroun at Contenders 18 on Saturday.
A young martial arts star has taken up a new ambassador role and hopes to inspire a new generation to get into sport.
Harleston Magpies took the Premier Division derby honours as they came away from relegation threatened Dereham with a hard-fought 2-0 victory.
Harleston Magpies Ladies went marching on in the East Conference when they saw off visitors Chelmsford 3-1.
Norwich Dragons got their Premier Division campaign back on track after the previous week’s defeat when they beat visitors Maidstone 3-1.
Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers have resumed their search for a player-coach after the man they selected decided against taking the role.
The impressive rise to stardom of Tymal Mills has hit new heights after the Brandon bowling star earned his first money-spinning Indian Premier League (IPL) deal.
Norwich United entertain Aveley this evening looking to continue their current run of good form which has kept them in touch with the play-off race.
Injury-hit King’s Lynn Town made it back-to-back clean sheets last night as they extended their unbeaten run to eight matches at Cambridge City.
A congenital back problem looked like it was going to ruin the career of Tymal Mills but the Brandon bowler has now earned a money-spinning deal which has got the whole cricket world talking.
Storm Doris brought disruption to the Great Yarmouth and Waveney areas, with trees ripped up, fences blown down, and traffic lights out of action.
Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a man who is wanted.
Fresh sightings of dead seals and porpoises on Happisburgh and Great Yarmouth beaches have raised concern over what could be lurking off the Norfolk coast.
A stretch of a crucial road connecting Great Yarmouth and Gorleston is to be closed overnight for two evenings next week for repair work.
A busy Great Yarmouth road is facing three weeks of delays due to a trio of planned roadworks.
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