October 1 2014 Latest news:
Five hours of strenuous match fishing left a Norfolk angler with aching arms after heaving out more than his own weight in carp.
Great Yarmouth’s Devon Minnis may be young in years but she’s shown she can battle it out on the big stage after plotting a course to the quarter-finals at the English National Badminton Championships.
Former Norwich City striker Leon McKenzie – famously a title winner with the Canaries in 2004 – is hoping to add another honour to his list.
Hand cyclist Steve Arnold wants to use the Invictus Games as a springboard to realising his Paralympics dream.
He may still be two years away from taking his driving test, but Jack Tritton is setting off on a motoring journey he hopes could see him follow in the tracks of Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton.
King’s Lynn Stars’ end-of-season injury jinx has claimed its latest victim in the shape of Lewis Kerr.
The summer sailing schedule continued last weekend at Beccles Amateur Sailing Club as preparation for this years August regatta took place along side the final week of sailing school before twenty three helms enjoyed a sometimes slow and painful sail down to the old swing bridge and back.
A mid-table clash in Premier A of the Norwich and District Table Tennis League saw Wensum C take three points off UEA A with a 6-4 win. CEYMS B beat third-placed Gothic A 7-3. CEYMS A clinched all four points in their 8-2 victory against Briston.
Some of the hottest talent from the world of tenpin bowling converged on Norwich for the British Junior Open at the Namco Funscape bowling alley in Bowthorpe.
Cambridge and Coleridge convincingly won the 197-mile Birketts Round Norfolk Relay which was overshadowed by the death of a competitor.
The Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls mixed triples tournament started yesterday with 180 competitors enjoying bright unbroken sunshine.
Brandon bowler Tymal Mills has decided to turn down an ‘attractive’ new contract at Essex CCC and will be leaving the LV= County Championship Division Two club.
A lucky holidaymaker galloped to a great win at Great Yarmouth Racecourse after scooping more than £3,400 - from a £6.40 bet.
The Norfolk golfing community is in mourning after the death of one of the finest players the county has ever produced.
For the second time this year George Russell has been the victim of a rash move by his main BRDC Formula 4 title rival and subsequently has lost his season long lead in the championship.
Laura Massaro insists she will have no complaints about Glasgow 2014 despite failing at the second time of asking to secure squash gold.
Senior week at Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Club had 157 players signed up to play and the standard was high in most events.