The Norfolk Association of Cricket Officials is looking to boost its numbers during the close season.

Carter Cup holders Swardeston will begin the defence of their trophy with a home tie as the county’s top knock-out competition enters a new era.

More than 200 guests attended the Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance annual dinner at Wensum Valley Golf and Country Club.

Gresham’s Senior School pupil, Ben Wilcox, has been selected to join Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club’s Supported Talented Age Group (STAG) player programme for the second year running.

As the 50th anniversary of the Bob Carter Challenge Cup approaches, important changes to Norfolk’s knockout competitions have been announced.

Fakenham Cricket Club’s Emily Woodhouse has won the Norfolk Cricket Board’s Young Coach of the Year award.

Former England cricket Chris Lewis – who was jailed for importing cocaine from the Caribbean – is Norfolk Cricket Society’s guest speaker on Thursday night.

In his final column of 2017, Don Topley discusses an unsatisfactory end to the county cricket season with a dispute over slow over rate costing Middlesex their place in Division One.

North Walsham’s resident cricketing hero is kicking off his autumn and winter training sessions for children of all ages this month.

Don Topley discusses the Ashes squad, why James Vince isn’t a good selection and the Ben Stokes saga in his latest weekly cricket column.

Norfolk’s finest young players were rewarded for their efforts at the Norfolk Youth Cricket (NYC) dinner.

Mark Thomas has decided to step down as Swardeston captain after a hugely successful spell at the helm.

Don Topley ranks the players from Essex’s remarkable County Championship winning campaign in his latest weekly look at all things cricket.

Swardeston’s five year reign as East Anglian Premier League champions ended in frustrating fashion on Saturday when they were denied a chance to go for the emphatic win they needed to make it six on the trot.

All eyes will be fixed skywards in Sudbury tomorrow as the East Anglian Premier League title decider bids to beat the weather.

In his weekly cricket column, Don Topley discusses the enjoyment of radio commentary

The title race has come down to the final day of the season in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

Bircham won the first Norfolk Over-40s Finals Day after beating hosts Hethersett & Tas Valley by 34 runs.

Sam Arthurton led the way with the bat as Norfolk reached the last eight of the Unicorns Knock-out Trophy before securing a mid-table finish in the Minor Counties Championship.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan is heading to Norfolk for what promises to be a night to remember at Swardeston Cricket Club.

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