May 24 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, May 9, some of you will remember as a day of extraordinarily high winds for the time 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.
Anthony Ogogo has revealed how he overcame a bout of food poisoning to register the second win of his professional career in Atlantic City on Saturday night over Edgar Perez.
Norwich-based Team CCN scored a 1-2-3 win in the Masters class at the mountain bike regional championships in Thetford Forest, where Glenn Stanford was the winner of this 30-39 age group with Shaun Aldous second and Jason Smith third.
Lotus technical director James Allison is leaving Hethel-backed Lotus – possibly to join Ferrari.
Well my bad luck continued on Wednesday when I returned from injury against Poole – only to get hurt again.
Acle Regatta is steeped in tradition. Managed from a base ship alongside the river, and with a refreshment marquee and other attractions, it raises around £1,000 annually, this year for Acle Voluntary Aid (AVA), Macmillan Cancer Support, and Brundall and Blofield Scouts, and Sailability. Last year’s donations to AVA, Alzheimers, and Sailability were presented on Sunday.
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.
Hot prospect Elliot Holland has been tipped by his coach to light up this weekend’s Norfolk athletics championships. The 15-year-old won a 400m silver medal at the Scottish Under-18 Indoor Championships earlier this year – his fourth major national medal in 12 months.
Norfolk begin their defence of the Middleton Cup on Saturday, June 1, when they travel to Parkway BC in Peterborough to play Huntingdonshire.
Horsford slumped to a seven-wicket defeat at The Common as champions Swardeston maintained their strong start to the season.
The action at Houghton International gets underway today, with a thrilling event in store heading up to the bank holiday weekend.
Wensum Valley is putting the finishing touches to preparations for the start of the EuroPro Motocaddy Masters.
Josh Files finally broke his victory duck with a dominating win in the opening round of the Renault Eurocup Clio Championship in Italy and followed it up with second place in race two.
Diss have made a storming start to their first season in the Premier Division of the Anaco sponsored Norfolk SRA Summer Leagues picking up their second successive maximum with a 16-0 victory over visiting Bannatyne’s.
Being world number one in any sport requires a lot of sacrifices, and for Alfie Hewett this week that means missing his GCSE science exams.