Norfolk Sport

Will Evans will have another shot at world glory with England Under-20s this summer.

Wymondham College

A young table tennis star is taking part in a national championship.

United Kingdom

Norfolk’s U12 badminton team were 11-9 winners over Essex in a topsy-turvy match at Framlingham Earl Community Sports Centre.

Norfolk’s under-18 men’s team have won the East Anglian Counties Championship for the first time since 2013.

Ipswich Town

Typical spring weather over the last few days has been perfect for buzzer fishing and dry fly action at Rocklands Mere.

Despite chilly nights, bright sunshine boosted lake temperatures to desired levels, persuading carp to feed with some abandon.

Name the most important items of tackle demanded on our broads, rivers and lakes in the 21st century.

Environment Agency

Harleston Magpies have a national finals day to look forward after their mixed team recorded an emphatic away win at the weekend.

Champion jockey Jim Crowley has four excellent chances to mark the start of Great Yarmouth’s 2017 racing season with a win this afternoon.

It was a good day for Norfolk Bowls Club at the Norfolk CIBA County Championship as their players picked up four of the five titles.

East Tuddenham are the new Bure League champions after a resounding 10-0 home win against last year’s champions Halvergate.

United Kingdom

Norwich City Ladies went down to a 2-0 defeat against MK Dons at Plantation Park in South East Division One of the FA Women’s Premier League.


Any thoughts Vauxhall Mallards might have had of easing their way into the new East Anglian Premier League season quickly disappeared on Saturday.


One of the most anticipated boxing fights in years happens this weekend at Wembley Stadium. MARK HEATH previews the heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.

United Kingdom

Champions Swardeston opened their EAPL campaign in impressive fashion at The Common, with a strong bowling performance setting up a four wicket win over Horsford.

Peter Lambert

There was a double celebration for Wymondham on Saturday as two teams booked places in county finals.

West Norfolk

The Norfolk Alliance season could hardly have got off to a more exciting start, with the opening Premier Division fixture ending in a tie.

Premier Division

North Walsham turned in a solid display in their final league match to end the season in fourth place, their highest position since moving into London One North in 2014.

Goals from Darren Huckerby, Matthew Metcalf and Rudi Hare saw Cringeford Veterans see off a second half resurgence from Thetford Town to lift the Norfolk Veterans Cup trophy.

Fakenham Town started life after Wayne Anderson with an impressive 3-0 win at Wivenhoe.

A late winner from Ralston Gabriel condemned Norwich United to a last day defeat.

It was the same old story for Wroxham at Trafford Park as the Yachtsmen went down bravely to defeat against Thurrock.

Matt Henman took charge of Dereham Town for the last time after nine years but it was not a happy send-off, on the field at least, as the Magpies went down to a 3-2 defeat.

Spixworth recovered from last week’s defeat with a 1-0 win over Mulbarton Wanderers thanks to a goal from Matt Doyle.

Lowestoft Town finished the season in style with a well deserved two goal victory over Harrow Borough.

Ian Culverhouse cannot wait to get started on his summer improvement plan at King’s Lynn Town.

King’s Lynn Town bring the curtain down on what proved to be something of a tumultuous season – with one eye already on the next campaign.

Gary Setchell

Dick Creasey is already setting his Wisbech Town players targets for next season – despite still having two games to play of their current campaign.

It will be a case of no slip-ups this afternoon as the top two continue their title chase.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits the Blues can’t afford to let their first team budget decrease any further next season.

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