December 8 2013 Latest news:
The other Saturday, on a very misty morning, I helped guide Simon to my first reasonable pike capture of the year.
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.
Boxer Charlie Garrod has revealed some YouTube homework helped him record an impressive victory on his professional debut.
Norwich’s Beijing Olympics silver medallist Emma Pooley is looking forward to being back at the races next season when she returns her full focus to the professional cycling circuit.
Hethel-backed Lotus have confirmed Pastor Maldonado will driver for the Enstone outfit next season, replacing Finnish star Kimi Raikkonen.
Heartbroken Mads Korneliussen still wants to end his career at King’s Lynn – despite being bombed out by the Stars.
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.
Experience can save you a whole lot of running in a table tennis match, as the four octogenarians of the Norwich and District Table Tennis League are still proving on a regular basis.
Pupils from four schools have taken part in a new schools rugby tournament at Norwich Rugby Club.
Norwich-based triathlon club Tri-Anglia has capped an impressive year by being named 2013 Triathlon England Club of the Year.
Norfolk Premier and Norfolk A continued their impressive ICC form as they both celebrated victory at Lakeside.
The success of their last two overseas players has convinced Downham Town to head Down Under again in search of cricketing brilliance.
Champion jockey AP McCoy travelled to Fakenham yesterday for just one ride only to take a crashing fall at the final fence in the feature race.
Young golfer Toby Briggs has gone one better than Luke Donald and Justin Rose, by winning the Andalucia Junior European Open.
Alex Brundle continued to be the bridesmaid in the World Endurance Championship as the Kings Lynn racer rounded out his LMP2 sportscar campaign with another second place.
Fakenham Town begin their Thurlow Nunn First Division campaign on Saturday against a Whitton United side who manager Wayne Anderson believes could finish among the top five – not that he fears them or anyone.
One of Norfolk’s star junior tennis players is following in the footsteps of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray by getting some elite coaching in Spain.