Just three games remain in the regular season for Holt to salvage some self-belief and finish their campaign on a high.

Norwich travel to Rochford Hundred tomorrow in what is sure to be a massive test against a team who are very strong at home and only lost to leaders Diss by three points.

Sprowston Wanderers and Hewett OBs were celebrating at the weekend after clinching their respective titles.

What do you get if you mix winds gusting to 35mph, three intrepid Yeoman crews and 10 mixed dinghies all battling it out for a handful of season-end trophies?

Snetterton’s circuit racing season starts this Saturday with Norfolk-built cars headlining the meeting in the Lotus Cup along with the Lotus Elise Trophy, which will be joining its bigger brother at their local venue.

Josh Files claimed his second TCR title after a dominant display in the final round of the inaugural Middle East Championship.

Dusty Kiddell waved goodbye to the coarse fishing season in sensational style at the weekend.

King’s Lynn Town’s four-match winning streak came to an end as St Neots ended a run of eight successive defeats on the road at The Walks.

Fenland Park is a mess. It’s overgrown; the former home of Wisbech Town Football Club is not so much weedy as a jungle.

She may have returned to top level racing but teenage skiing star Megan Jenkins admits the mental journey she’s had to travel on her long comeback from injury has been hardest period of her short career.

Great Yarmouth junior Zak Coleman (Strada Sport) scored a remarkable win when he took the top spot in a field of no less than 140 juniors at Budingen Zoutleeuw in Belgium on Saturday.

Ed Balls may be suffering from withdrawal symptoms as he comes to terms with life after Strictly Come Dancing. If he feels a burning desire to be judged every Saturday then it has been satisfied these past two weekends.

It was an unusual feeling as I waited for the train to Norwich on Saturday.

Norwich City have targeted Huddersfield’s Stuart Webber in their search for a new sporting director.

The race for the season’s County League title remains wide open after this weekend’s matches in the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League with four teams now in with a chance of winning Division One.

The Norfolk Showground proved to be an excellent venue for the English Schools cross country championships.

For two consecutive Saturdays at Carrow Road, the football played second fiddle to the happenings off the pitch.

Shaun Bammant’s late goal capped a fine all-round performance that saw the Trawlerboys extend their winning run to six games.

King’s Lynn Town’s strikers might be struggling for goals, but their defenders are rapidly becoming the club’s new secret weapons.

Two poor goals cost Dereham the points at Aldiss Park.

While the eyes of the racing world will be on Cheltenham and the Gold Cup, local fans get the chance to watch that action live on a giant screen at this afternoon’s Fakenham meeting.

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