Local anglers called up for national team
- Credit: Helen Molloy
Members of a small fishing club in north Norfolk have netted a place in the England team.
Four youngsters from the Norfolk Angling Club have been selected for the England International Sea Angling squad.
Kimberley Lawn, from Cromer, has been selected for the Ladies' Home Nation team and will be competing in Wales in July, before the World Championships in South Africa.
Adam Molloy, from Cromer, has been selected for the Junior World Championship team who compete in France the same month.
Henry Randell, from Cley, has been selected for the Men's Home Nations Team. And Dene Conway has also been selected for the men's squad.
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The club is fundraising to support those selected by selling England Junior team mugs and hosting raffles. Fundraising officer Helen Molloy said: 'It's amazing for such a small club.'
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