It was a landmark moment when Jordan Rhodes fired Norwich City into a 1-0 lead against West Brom.

You work really hard to catch your big fish.

With just a fortnight to go in the 2018 season, a few promotion and relegation issues have been decided.

Let’s get this straight – there was a lot to like about Saturday’s performance.

Norfolk captain Chris Brown will become the second-highest wicket-taker in the county’s history if – or perhaps when – he takes one wicket in the Minor Counties Championship match that starts at Manor Park tomorrow.

It would be dangerous to draw too many conclusions, either positive or negative, from City’s trip to Birmingham last week.

I’ve played at St Andrew’s many times and you have to earn whatever you come away from there with as it’s a tough place to go especially in the opening game of the season when their players and fans are right up for the game.

A teenager with dreams of being a professional golfer has won his home club’s top trophy.

In the 13-week period that Norwich City’s fortunes did not pre-occupy supporters’ minds this summer, those of us who followed every kick of England’s exploits in Russia were reminded how special this game can be when hope far outweighs expectation.

Cycle Club Breckland’s 12 Hour attracted competitors from across the UK and resulted in new national records for team and for mixed tandem riders.

King’s Lynn team boss Dale Allitt hailed his team’s sensational win at Belle Vue as “massive”.

Norwich City stormed back into our lives at the weekend with all the subtlety of a back-from-the-dead baddie returning to a soap opera with falling ratings.

With just three weeks left of the regular season, there are still a whole host of issues to be decided, but the weather is looking to hold firm as the season enters its final phase.

For 80 kilometres on the roads of Glasgow, Norfolk cycling star Sophie Wright was all alone with nothing but her bike and a smile on her face.

The opening day of the season. There I laid, on the sofa, with Chris Goreham in one ear and Jeff Stelling in the other.

It doesn’t seem five minutes since I was walking away, embarrassed, from Hillsborough, but after one of the best World Cups that I can remember, the Championship season is already upon us.

Birmingham have agreed to adhere to a business plan imposed by the English Football League due to the club’s poor financial state ahead of their opening-day clash with Norwich City.

The World Cup has been and gone – and what a World Cup it was, I hasten to add!

RAF Regular and Reserves rider Jake Dixon will be looking to repeat last year’s result when the British Superbikes head to Thruxton this weekend.

George Russell could do little about Lando Norris cutting into his FIA Formula Two championship lead as the Norfolk racer was stymied by a clutch issue in the opening race supporting the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Enthusiasts of classic saloons will be well catered for at Snetterton this weekend with cars from the 1960s to the noughties battling it out at the Norfolk venue.

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