May 19 2013 Latest news:
A lot of us still can’t quite get our May fishing right. Most of my pals are still moaning that the tench won’t come out to play on the bigger waters. The odd colossal carp is playing ball but it seems that many of the other fish are still coy. Until fish speak, we’ll never know but I’ve still got a feeling that this stop start spring is being hampered by the frequent, snipey, north and north-easterly winds that we are not enjoying.
Norfolk look set to guarantee second place in Division Two East of the county championships and a third play-off appearance in four seasons after a 9-6 win over Hertfordshire second team.
Anthony Ogogo admits a weight has been lifted off his shoulders after he won his first fight as a professional in sensational style.
Iceni Velo’s Scott Walford and Strada Sport’s Joe Skipper were the powerhouses in a seven-man break that dominated the Iceni club’s Duff Morgan road race on the Shotesham circuit just south of Norwich.
Lotus technical director James Allison is leaving Hethel-backed Lotus – possibly to join Ferrari.
Lynn’s terrible run of luck with injuries continued tonight as their proud home record came crashing to an end.
Traditionally Coldham Hall Regatta, the first of the season, enjoys either warm pleasant weather or something nearer a tropical monsoon without the warmth.
In Premier A of the Grant Matthewson Norwich and District League, CEYMS B gained two important 6-4 wins over Bristelectric and Foxwood A in their battle against relegation.
Talented young footballers will be heading to Italy in a few weeks for training at the home of premier European club AC Milan.
Ian Thomas is a man who likes a challenge - and that’s just as well because they don’t come much tougher than the one he is tackling later this month, the Grand Union Canal Race.
Kerry Greenacre of Haddiscoe and Anglian Window’s Diane and Mike Boswell are the new Potter’s East Coast Triples champions after a thrilling finish on the fourth day of play at Potter’s Leisure Resort in Hopton-on-Sea.
Norfolk skipper Chris Brown admits Michael Eccles’ early season form was simply too good to ignore after recalling the Swardeston paceman for tomorrow’s MCCA Knockout Trophy clash against Lincolnshire.
Carleton Riding Club held its first dressage and show-jumping Show of 2013 at Easton College in spring sunshine.
Wensum Valley is putting the finishing touches to preparations for the start of the EuroPro Motocaddy Masters.
King’s Lynn’s Carl Breeze narrowly missed out on a hat-trick of victories in the Ginetta GT Supercup while Josh Files is still searching for his first Renault Clio Cup victory, but left the latest rounds within touching distance of the championship leader.
A late flourish has swept Diss to the Norfolk SRA League’s Division One title. They finished nine points ahead of East Anglia III, who will have to meet North Walsham in the play-offs.
The Norfolk 14 and under boys’ team are gearing up for the national finals of the AEGON County Cup this weekend, after progressing from the qualifying stage at Woodford Wells Tennis Club.