Plans for a Norwich rugby club to relocate to a new home at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have been dealt a major blow amid the coronavirus pandemic.

It seems a long time ago, but 2019-20 was an outstanding season for North Walsham with the Vikings winning London One North by a massive 29 points – and 20 weeks on from the game that sealed that triumph they were finally presented with the championship winners’ plaque.

Tributes have been paid to an “exceptional volunteer” who dedicated two decades of service to the rugby club he loved.

North Walsham’s Mark Webster has won the prestigious Eastern Counties Rugby Union Grounds Person of the Year Award.

Norfolk international star Ben Youngs says rugby will be far from normal when the sport eventually resumes after the coronavirus pandemic.

The RFU have confirmed the final league tables for the rugby season – which is good news for some, as Paul Morse reports

North Walsham could clinch promotion from London North on Saturday afternoon – if the winds are in the Vikings favour.

North Norfolk’s homegrown rugby legends plan to donate thousands of pounds from a testimonial dinner to two charities close to their hearts.

A rugby match honouring a soldier who died ten years ago in Afghanistan raised more than £1,000 for charity.

North Walsham got back to winning ways with an authoritative display in their 32-7 win over Amersham & Chiltern at Scottow.

North Walsham Vikings may have lost their unbeaten tag in London 1N but they are keen to get back on track when Amersham & Chiltern visit Scottow tomorrow.

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