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Lowestoft Town have signed Nico Cotton and Daniel Humphreys on loan from Southend United.

Sam Sexton is expected to return to the ring in the New Year as his management team weigh up the next step for Norwich’s recently-crowned British heavyweight champion.

Norfolk’s British number one Alfie Hewett showed he is in impressive form heading towards the season climax at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters later this month when winning the Bath Indoor men’s singles title.

Wisbech Town extended their unbeaten run to 15 games, including six league wins on the bounce.

A Michael Murray hat-trick condemned Norwich United to a second consecutive defeat.

Little went right for Lowestoft Town as they dropped valuable home points and finished the game with just nine men.

A Michael Clunan penalty and a scrambled Sam Gaughran effort in either half was enough to secure an important win for King’s Lynn Town at a damp Camrose Stadium.

Wymondham made comfortable progress in the Norfolk Junior Cup when they cruised past Norwich Medics 60-0.

Norwich recorded a hard-fought victory over Chiswick to make progress in the RFU Intermediate Cup.

Dereham moved five points clear at the top of the table after a magnificent performance in Essex.

Zaiphan Morris has finally drawn a line under his rivalry with Luke Fash.

Iain Martell is happy to be patient as he educates himself in the ways of professional boxing.

Fabio Wardley had a big contingent of Ipswich fans behind him as he took his fledgeling pro career record to 3-0 – but had special words of appreciation for two stalwarts of the Norwich boxing scene.

Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks admitted there could be some “tough times” ahead but is confident he can keep the Blues out of trouble.

Fakenham Town’s recent upturn in fortunes will be put to the ultimate test on Saturday afternoon.

It’s been a case of one in, one out at Great Yarmouth Town.

Ian Culverhouse will be plotting ways to slay the Dragons as King’s Lynn Town attempt to crack one of the division’s best home records.

Funding announcements for Team GB athletes always creates controversy.

Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from artistic gymnast Laura-Rose Cooke.

After a convincing league win against a spirited Romford & Gidea Park last week, Norwich switch their focus to the RFU Intermediate Cup tomorrow, with a home match against Chiswick (1.30pm).

Chase Davis made light of a strong northerly wind to win the PGA Norfolk Pro Am at King’s Lynn in impressive style.

Chris King has landed the job of head greenkeeper at Dunston Hall Golf Club - straight from school!

It has been a year to remember for the ladies of Barnham Broom Golf Club.

Have gloves, will travel is the adage by which Iain Martell is happy to live.

Four Norfolk-raised British champions – past and present – will be under one roof on Saturday, all supporting those who dream of wrapping a Lonsdale belt around their waist.

The Norwich & District Sunday League will provide five of the eight quarter finalists in this season’s Norfolk Sunday Senior Cup.

Darren Webster went from despair to joy as he won a nine-dart shoot-out against Mark Webster to qualify for the knockout stage of the bwin Grand Slam of Darts.

Caretaker Fakenham Town manager Alex Walpole heaped praise on the character shown by his side following the club’s 2-2 draw with Kirkley and Pakefield on Tuesday.

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.

King’s Lynn Town turned on the style in the second half at The Walks last night to beat visitors Royston Town 4-0 and remain top of the Evostik League Southern Division.

Dereham Town moved back to the top of the Bostik North League after beating 10-man Bury Town 2-0 at Aldiss Park.

Lowestoft Town suffered their third defeat in four games since Dale Brooks replaced Ady Gallagher as manager after a night to forget in Essex.

After the elation of a podium place at this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, Alex Brundle endured a difficult time in the last three World Endurance Championship races as the season heads towards its climax in Bahrain.

Norwich rider Alison Hogg scored her first cyclo-cross win when she took an eventful women’s race at Hempton Common near Fakenham.

It was League Cup week in the Norfolk Women’s and Girls League.

Youngsters from four Norfolk clubs have had the chance to play at the home of Aviva Premiership giants Leicester Tigers.

Full gallery and report of event number 215 at Catton parkrun

Youngsters at a Fakenham indoor club are on a roll after receiving a donation from UK Power Networks.

Norwich Dragons made it back-to-back wins in the Premier Division by seeing off bottom-of-the-table visitors Old Loughtonians 2-1.

Norwich Dragons III moved four points clear at the top of the Premier Division after inflicting a second successive heavy defeat on early pacesetters Lowestoft Railway.

Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks will be looking to build on his first win in sole charge of the Blues when they travel to Thurrock this evening (kick-off 7.45pm).

King’s Lynn Town return to action at home to Royston Town this evening (kick-off 7.45pm) looking to maintain their Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division title challenge.

We all want a whopper for Christmas and if you’re lucky enough to catch one, the event can stay with you all your life.

Gorleston have landed a home tie against Leighton Town in the third round of the FA Vase to be played on Saturday, December 2.

A busy weekend at Hingham Sports & Social Club saw both the Norfolk County Pairs Championships played as well as the Norfolk qualifier for the new National Over 55s Pairs.

Norwich Union gave Fakenham a real test before the leaders edged home 29-24 to maintain their 100 percent record this season.

North Walsham did enough to edge a competitive match but only after taking the lead for the third time and resisting a siege in the final quarter.

Wymondham turned in an impressive display in the set-piece, only for the home side to run away with the match in the closing stages.

A fantastic advert for rugby in general, never mind the London EC3, saw Southwold edge past promotion rivals Thetford to maintain their position at the top of the league.

Holt produced their best performance of the season to gain a 13 try bonus point win despite having to overcome spirited visitors who enjoyed more good possession than the scoreline would suggest.

Norwich got back to winning ways with a convincing win over their visitors from Essex.

A determined performance against the league leaders highlighted the fact that Diss are more than comfortable in London One North and should enjoy further success as the season develops.

Thetford Town boss Danny White took some positives out of defeat from the FA Vase.

Wisbech Town boss Gary Setchell has a smile on his face again after seeing his side extend their unbeaten run to 14 matches – and all since the former King’s Lynn Town boss took over from Dick Creasey in September.

Great Yarmouth Town suffered their worst defeat since joint managers Martyn Sinclair and Adam Mason took charge at the Wellesley against Histon.

There remains only one unbeaten side in the Premier Division as CEYMS lost their first game of the campaign.

The points were shared in a game of two halves at Aldiss Park.

Norwich United failed to build on impressive result in midweek when three early goals gave visiting Witham Town the impetus at Plantation Park.

Lowestoft Town defender Travis Cole was impressed by the character and resilience they showed - after battling to win their first match under new manager Dale Brooks.

A moment of quality from new boy Jackson Ramm helped Gorleston through to the third round of the FA Vase.

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