After the euphoria of earning their first British Touring Car Championship points at their home track of Snetterton the EXCELR8 MG6 team came down to earth with a bump at Thruxton.

King's Lynn rider Ben Stancombe and Somerleyton veteran Jenny Anderson were the winners in the VC Baracchi 50 mile time trial along the Waveney Valley.

Norfolk kept their nerve at Manor Park on Tuesday to seal a narrow victory over Buckinghamshire and maintain their position at the top of the Minor Counties East Division going into the final game.

King's Lynn made it seven home wins in succession on Monday evening by seeing off local rivals Peterborough 53-37 at the Adrian Flux Arena.

Norfolk will be aiming to complete a clean sweep of victories at the annual Festival of Cricket on Tuesday - and take a step closer to the Minor Counties Championship East Division title.

Adam Gusterson has targeted a battle at the top end of the table as Dereham begin their BetVictor North Division campaign today.

Serena Grace - a student at Notre Dame High School and a member of the City of Norwich club - notched an excellent double in the FISEC (European Catholic Students) games in Romania.

Newcastle chief Lee Charnley has hit back at criticism from former manager Rafael Benitez, as the Magpies' off-field issues continue ahead of Saturday's trip to Norwich City in the Premier League.

King's Lynn could yet be boosted by Craig Cook's inclusion in Thursday night's vital home meeting with Wolverhampton (7.30pm).

Norfolk moved 12 points clear at the top of the Minor Counties Championship East Division table on Monday after completing their second two day win in succession.

Norfolk's bid to go top of the Minor Counties Championship East Division suffered a setback at Manor Park yesterday when opponents Northumberland had a good first day with the bat.

Lowestoft were desperately unlucky to come away from their opening game of the season without a point after dominating the second period and carving out several good opportunities before losing 2-1 at Hednesford.

Sports people are always looking to be fitter, faster and stronger than before, which is why records will always continue to improve.

King's Lynn kept their play-off bid alive on Monday night with a big home win over local rivals Ipswich Witches.

Norfolk made it a dream start to the annual Festival of Cricket when they beat Lincolnshire inside two days at Manor Park on Monday.

Norfolk made a pleasing start to their annual Festival of Cricket on Sunday, taking the early initiative in their Minor Counties Championship match against Lincolnshire.

As the BMW 330-mounted Colin Turkington and Andrew Jordan fought over the British Touring Car Championship lead throughout the day it will be the third race which will live long in the memory of the large Snetterton crowd.

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