The FA Cup first round results took many members of the media by surprise – I calculated nine non-league teams, including the mighty King’s Lynn Town, knocked out league opposition.

My very first cast into Ireland’s massive lough Erne landed me a 25lb pike.

On Monday I shall be introducing a childhood hobby to my three-year-old daughter Amelia. It might cost a quid or two but I know for sure it’ll be worth it.

Anyone who has ever sat next to me will know that I can get pretty noisy during games.

I really enjoyed my visit back to Carrow Road last weekend for the game against Swanswea, with the bonus that I could have a nice gentle stroll down there to see two very good sides go at it hammer and tongs – two teams that, come the beginning of May, will be right up there in the mix to win automatic promotion.

Today we remember fallen heroes.

Your Posts allows you to voice your opinions on the big sporting stories – Samuel Seaman, a football journalism student at the University of Derby and Norwich City fan, takes a look at the numbers behind the Canaries’ win over Swansea.

One of the many frustrating aspects of this strange season is the fact that the relentless programme of fixtures offers us so little time to relish good performances before the next game arrives.

Well, blooming heck... no, you couldn’t make it up.

Norfolk’s Ben Youngs was presented with a gold cap and watch by his England team-mates after celebrating his entry into the ranks of Test centurions by scoring two tries in a crucial 34-5 bonus-point victory over Italy.

On the pitch, King’s Lynn Town have been having a tough time of it recently.

Sometimes the end justifies the means.

I see managers and head coaches this season already frequently making quite a few changes to their starting XI, and I can totally understand it.

As I write this week’s column, we have already had more than 125 people signed up for the Sportlink Athletics Norfolk Smile 1 mile challenge which, of course, has also led to many of the entrants asking several questions.

Your Posts allows you to voice your opinions on the big sporting stories – Freddie Humphry-Wakefield is an 18-year-old season-ticket holder in the Lower Barclay, who believes that, with the current mentality and retention of key players, Norwich City can secure promotion back to the Premier League

Norfolk’s Ben Youngs will win his 100th England cap in Saturday’s Six Nations title match against Italy armed with sterling endorsements from Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell.

Your Posts allows you to voice your opinions on the big sporting stories - teenage fan Samantha Palmer, a 15-year-old Bungay High School pupil, has some thoughts on #letfansin

The clocks went back at the weekend, but an hour wasn’t enough for Daniel Farke.

Fan Zone columnist Di Cunningham on the matchday experience she reckons is as surreal as a melting clock...

It has been a good time for my friends.

Non league football is, like many other areas, counting the financial cost of Covid - Linnets owner Stephen Cleeve is keen to see a fair distribution of funds that are being made available

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