Norfolk captain Ashley Watson has called for high standards to be maintained when his side play their second Twenty20 double header of the season on Sunday.
Player loans are generally associated with football - but here in Norfolk they are proving a useful tool for our national summer game as well.
Caister moved clear at the top of Division One of the Norfolk Cricket League sponsored by Ashburnham Solicitors as they overcame bottom side Reepham & Salle.
West Norfolk sides are setting a hot pace at the top of the Premier Division of the Norfolk Alliance.
Horsford produced surely the performance of the EAPL season so far to record a superb 169 run win at champions Sudbury.
Norfolk maintained their impressive start to the season by cruising into the quarter-finals of the Minor Counties Unicorns Knock-out Trophy at a sun-drenched Manor Park yesterday.
The first of the Wroxham 5k series was held at Broadland High School.
Norfolk are ready for a different sort of one-day challenge on Sunday - having passed their first test of the season with flying colours.
Norfolk Under-14s got back to winning ways with an emphatic 111-run victory over Lincolnshire built on excellent batting partnerships and tight bowling and fielding.
Running columnist Mark Armstrong is emerging from his sleep deprived state and is starting to think about his next running goals
Norfolk’s women have been boosted by new sponsorship deal for what promises to be an exciting season.
The weekend rain tried its best to ruin the Saturday programme in the Norfolk Cricket League, sponsored by Ashburnham Solicitors, but 19 matches took advantage of the reduced overs options and only six succumbed to the elements.
Vauxhall Mallards and Horsford both got their league campaigns up and running on an afternoon when rain had a big say in proceedings - but thankfully not the final say.
Champions Downham Town maintained their bright start to the new Premier Division campaign with a comfortable win at Old Buckenham.
Fakenham recorded the surprise result of the day as the first round of the Carter Cup was finally completed at the weekend.
There’s a good choice of viewing in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League tomorrow, with four fixtures being staged in Norfolk.
In the first of their two warm-up games before their ECB league campaign, Norfolk Farm Barns Holidays U14s lost to Nottinghamshire at a sun-drenched North Runcton.
You don’t see too many tied games in the Norfolk Alliance - but there were three on Saturday, with two involving the same club!
New skipper Joe Gatting saw Swardeston home to their first win of the season on Saturday - but there were more than a few scares along the way.
Norfolk’s season got off to an impressive start yesterday when they recorded two emphatic wins in their Minor County Twenty20 double-header against Suffolk at Woolpit.
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