March 17 2014 Latest news:
I was fascinated by the results of a recent Angler’s Mail online poll.
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.
Sam Sexton did nothing to harm his British title claims when he forced the man nicknamed The War Machine to sign a surrender treaty as their phoney conflict finally came to an end.
Diss rider Steve James celebrated the formal launch of his Renvale RT team by leading his riders to the win in the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League Team Championships at Mistley, in north Essex, and taking the individual senior win to boot.
Here it comes then – Formula One. Just not quite as we know it, and off the back for a winter that saw the sport occupy plenty of media outlets through what were supposed to be quiet months.
Speedway returns to King’s Lynn tomorrow on what will be a special occasion for Mads Korneliussen.
Yare SC have a Cruiser Race on Saturday from Horning to Thurne, and on Sunday Snowflakes have a Yeoman Open and Buckenham start their Winter Open series every Sunday until December 15. The next sailing date is Sunday, November 17, when Frostbites hold their 80th anniversary Open meeting, all dinghies welcome, and Snowflakes a Keelboat Open.
Young Norfolk player Mollie Patterson has been chosen to represent England in the Primary Schools International tournament in Jersey next month.
Archery, climbing, abseiling, high ropes and a First World War centenary presentation will be on the agenda for Eaton Vale Activity Centre’s open day this weekend.
Another record entry created a buzz of excitement for runners as they lined up ready to test themselves over an undulating 20 mile course.
With no games in the top division the focus of last weekend’s fixtures in the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League centred on the fight for promotion from Division Two.
Brandon cricket ace Tymal Mills helped England Lions to seal an impressive series win against Sri Lanka A at the weekend.
Amateur jockey Ryan Winks’ winning smile illuminated the dark skies at wet and windy Fakenham yesterday when he landed the feature race on Dashing George.
A Hellesdon golf club has swung its weight behind plans to relocate, paving the way for 1,000 homes.
Marham’s teenage talent Jake Banwell scored the biggest victory of his fledgling career at the Norfolk Arena, King’s Lynn.
East Anglia have moved into a 10-point lead over Diss at the top of the Premier Division of the Norfolk SRA Squash League following their 17-5 victory this week over champions Potters.
Norfolk number one Richard Bloomfield has eased his way into the quarter-finals of an Aegon British Tour event currently being held at Easton College Tennis Centre.