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Dereham came from behind to win a six-goal thriller in front of a large crowd at Aldiss Park.

Ten-man Lowestoft staged an incredible fightback in the final five minutes to turn a seemingly lost cause into a dramatic 3-2 victory.

Michael Clunan’s first-half strike was enough to secure Simon Clark’s King’s Lynn Town their first points of the season.

King’s Lynn Stars number one Robert Lambert aims to take his outstanding Euro Championship form into a vital double bubble clash at the Adrian Flux Arena.

The new-look Caister side top the early standings in the Premier Division after another big win.

Norwich United flexed their muscles as they beat Woodbridge 4-1 in a battle of Premier League ‘newcomers’.

Swardeston comfortably retained their NW Brown Norfolk Twenty20 title at Manor Park on Friday night when they cruised to an eight wicket victory over Horsford.

Norfolk FA have announced the new line-up that will lead the reigning FA County Youth Cup champions into this season’s competition.

Norfolk’s Lauren Hemp helped England to a place in the semi-finals of the women’s Under-20 World Cup in France.

Niels Kristian Iversen is to miss King’s Lynn Stars’ vital double header against Wolverhampton next week.

Simon Clark knew the fixture compiler hadn’t been kind to King’s Lynn Town – but isn’t using it as an excuse for a difficult start to the new campaign.

The time has come to recognise the efforts of Norfolk’s most exceptional sportsmen and women.

Each time August comes around it always takes me back to some of the many charity challenges I have taken part in during the last three decades.

Royal Norwich’s Gary Harvey overcame a tough test at Bawburgh to win the Norfolk Seniors Championship by a single shot.

Bradenham’s Alex Bates produced a remarkable display of big hitting to light up his side’s Norfolk Alliance Division Three fixture at Brooke on Saturday.

Norfolk U-11s travelled to the Royal Hospital School in Suffolk for their annual tour and won all their games.

Hosts Dereham lifted the Carter NACO Shield after defeating Hethersett & Tas Valley by 33 runs.

Norfolk professional Andrew Marshall turned in an excellent performance at the annual Farmfoods British Par Three Championship at Nailcote Hall.

Will Harrold is back in Norfolk for a well-earned break after a gruelling schedule in the Far East.

East Anglia is regarded as the UK’s hotbed of short oval racing – no other area has such a concentration of tracks or drivers.

Running columnist Mark Armstrong wants his running to evolve out of a constant pursuit of a PB

Dereham will attempt to right the wrongs of their season-opening disaster when they host newly-promoted Coggeshall Town in Bostik North.

Dereham Golf Club’s Ladies’ Invitation Day attracted 20 pairs, with the format four ball better ball Stableford playing off 90 per cent handicap.

King’s Lynn’s Danny Kerry, who led Great Britain’s women to Olympic gold at Rio 2016, has been appointed as the men’s head coach.

It celebrates its 70th birthday this year, it’s big in Madagascar, has appeared in numerous Hollywood classics - and Jeremy Clarkson got his gig on Top Gear because of it.

Lowestoft roadman Mark Richards took the circuit race championship of the Eastern Road Race League after a group of four sustained a near race-long break on the Redbridge closed circuit.

Norfolk FA have launched an ambitious scheme to increase football participation in the county.

In his latest Flying Knee column, Mark Heath looks at the incredible few months of big-time boxing and MMA shows we have to look forward to in the region.

There was more late misery for Lowestoft Town on Tuesday night in their first home game of the season in the new Evostik Southern League Central Division.

Norwich’s Amy Conroy has just one thing on her mind as she heads to Hamburg this week – and that’s returning with a first ever British women’s Wheelchair Basketball World Championship medal.

Wroxham bowed out of the FA Cup after a 3-2 extra-time defeat at Saffron Walden in their extra preliminary round replay.

Norfolk moved into contention for the Minor Counties Championship Eastern Division title by securing their second win of the season in dramatic fashion at Manor Park on Tuesday.

King’s Lynn are still looking for their first points of the season in the new Evostik Southern League Central Division after going down 2-1 at Kettering Town on Tuesday night.

It was a successful first week for the Norfolk Broads Yacht Club Sail Training Academy in their Cadet fortnight.

Dan Zelos endured another frustrating weekend in the Renault UK Clio Cup series with the Dereham racer unable to fulfil his promise at the Rockingham Speedway.

Last year Pete Sparrow set a new bench mark for 24 Hour race victories by leading Team Lion to victory in the 2CV day night event at Snetterton to record an amazing 10th win.

Weekly round-up focuses on the impressive turnout at Gorleston whilst Lowestoft, King’s Lynn and Thetford also feature. Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong reports

Norfolk’s match against Hertfordshire was cut short for the second day running - but there was still time for a little bit of history to be made at Manor Park.

King’s Lynn Stars bid for a sixth straight win has been ended – for now.

Hickling was busy at the weekend with the Hickling Broad Village Open Regatta taking place from the village quay so the waterways in front of the club were full of sailing boats of all sizes and shapes.

With only two rounds left until the “Showdown”, the RAF Marham-based RAF Regular and Reserves Superbike rider Jake Dixon has ensured his place in the top six.

You work really hard to catch your big fish.

Lowestoft Town will be looking to kickstart their season when they entertain St Ives on Tuesday evening at the Amber Dew Events Stadium in the Evo-Stik Premier Division Central (kick-off 7.45pm).

A record field of 380 runners took part in the Great Yarmouth Road Runners’ Half Marathon on Sunday.

King’s Lynn Town face rivals Kettering Town on Tuesday night looking to erase the memory of their open day defeat.

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

Norfolk star Lauren Hemp has scored one of the most bizarre goals ever at the Under-20 World Cup.

Downham Town came through a big test of their credentials to stay on course for a second successive Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title.

Will Rogers scored a superb unbeaten century as Horsford took a giant step towards East Anglian Premier League safety - while piling more pressure on their hosts Norwich.

Norfolk failed to make full use of an excellent start to a weather-affected first day of their Minor Counties Championship clash with Hertfordshire at Manor Park on Sunday.

Swardeston set up another crack at national glory on Sunday with a comfortable victory in the south east area final of the Vitality Club Twenty20 competition.

King’s Lynn Stars are targeting a sixth straight success at the Adrian Flux Arena on Monday when they host Wolverhampton (7.30).

Wroxham came from behind to earn a replay in the FA Cup extra preliminary round after a 1-1 draw against Saffron Walden Town.

King’s Lynn Town boss Simon Clark said his players need no motivation to put things right following their opening day Walks defeat to Biggleswade Town on Saturday.

A harsh penalty two minutes from time and three excellent saves from home keeper Daniel Platt denied Lowestoft a share of the points at least at Halesowen.

Dereham Town made a dreadful start to the season with a heavy defeat at the Parkside Stadium.

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.

Norfolk go into the second match of their annual Festival of Cricket knowing nothing less than a win will do if they are to retain hopes of challenging for the Minor Counties Championship East Division title.

Lowestoft Town have been boosted by the arrival of two more players ahead of today’s opening league fixture.

Dereham Town boss Neal Simmons is targeting a play-off spot as he prepares for the Magpies’ first Bostik League North game of the season at Aveley this afternoon (3pm kick-off).

The new era at King’s Lynn Town starts with a season-opener at The Walks today and new manager Simon Clark has called on the Linnets faithful to help keep the club on track.

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