Norfolk’s Will Harrold suffered an agonising near miss at the Web.com Tour qualifying tournament in the United States – but it wasn’t all bad news.
Senior golfers and two teams of youngsters did battle for the annual Winstanley Trophy competition at Sheringham.
Ashley Watson has been unveiled as Norfolk’s new skipper in all formats of the game.
Lowestoft Town assistant manager Andy Reynolds insists his side will be going into Satruday’s game at Banbury in good heart despite letting two precious points slip through their grasp at the weekend.
Norfolk youngster Amy Taylor was part of an elite field for The Telegraph Vitality Junior Championship in Spain this week.
Charlie Bright put his local knowledge to good use to claim an impressive win in the penultimate Norfolk PGA pro-am of the season at Sheringham.
Dereham Town chairman Neil Sturman insisted the club had acted in good faith when they fielded the ineligible Dylan Edge in two games earlier this season.
Harleston Magpies went into the winter break in fifth place in the East Conference after conceding two late goals to lose 3-1 at home to leaders Hampstead and Westminster on Saturday.
Over 200 players and officials attended the annual Cecil Amey Opticians Norfolk Alliance dinner at Wensum Valley Hotel.
A second half goal from James Gray earned Harleston Magpies a 2-1 win over Saffron Walden, with an eighth straight victory setting them up nicely for next week’s trip to second placed St Albans.
A deficit of 22 points fails to highlight how close this game was.
North Walsham beat Amersham for the first time in five attempts, with both sides scoring three tries in a tight encounter.
Following their recent successful level one and two umpiring course the Norfolk Association of Cricket Officials have more events planned for the new year.
Lakenham Hewett Ladies were buzzing at the weekend after recording their first league win for two years.
Kirkley & Pakefield have made an excellent start to the season in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division – but there have still been plenty of worries for boss Mark Willis, as CHRIS WISE reports
Great Yarmouth Haven Rotary Club’s Alan Spinks and Alan Carman have recorded a notable regional win.
Simon Clark is back at the helm of Norfolk’s county golf team - over 20 years after first being named as captain.
Norfolk will be breaking new ground when they open their Tri Counties Championship programme against Suffolk on Wednesday evening (7.45pm).
Harleston Magpies took the derby honours at Taverham to make it seven straight wins in the Premier A Division.
A young King’s Lynn Town side - with one notable exception - bowed out of the Norfolk Senior Cup on Monday night after losing 1-0 to UEA at the FDC in Bowthorpe.
Wymondham travelled to Woodbridge and consolidated second position in the league with a 36-22 win.
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