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Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from artistic gymnast Laura-Rose Cooke.

Eleven Broadland Chess Club members pitted their wits against players from all over the county, at the Norfolk Chess Championships, held at the Tithe Barn, Horstead.

The Young Norfolk Sports Academy is encouraging applications for their 2017-18 programmes.

Two of Norfolk’s junior girls’ teams have been crowned national champions.

Pupils at Langley School are celebrating two successes on the football pitch, including a national triumph.

A group of rugby enthusiasts grabbed the opportunity of a lifetime during a special coaching clinic.

Langley School’s under-15s are celebrating reaching a national final after a long trip to Devon.

Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from 17-year-old Norwich School student Sam Drane.

Pupils in Swaffham have been recognised for their sporting achievements by a former professional tennis player.

Representing England at a tournament in Italy has filled Diss youngster Harry Whayman with pride.

Norwich School’s under-18 boys hockey team have progressed to the quarter-finals of the England Hockey Board Boys U18 Schools Cup.

City of Norwich Athletic Club’s under-15 girls team have retained their national cross country title.

Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from 18-year-old Reepham High School & College student Isla Rush, who hopes to become a professional cyclist.

Among the latest athletes to join the Young Norfolk Sports Academy is kayak racer Tim Dowden. The 15-year-old Langley School pupil enjoyed national success at the end of last year and is setting his sights on further progress in 2017.

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