The 57th West Norfolk Sports Podcast
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Basketball and football are the two main topics on the latest West Norfolk Sports Podcast.
King's Lynn hoopsters CWA Fury face a must-win game tomorrow if they are to reach the National League Division Four play-offs. Coach James Bamfield and press officer Kevin Holland join Gavin Caney to give their views ahead of what is a massive match for the Lynnsport outfit.
Inbetween the pair, our man in the west of the county chews the fat with Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey. He has led his side on a 11-game winning charge which has lifted them right back into United Counties League Premier Division title-winning contention. So there's plenty for the Fenmen's manager to discuss during his fifth appearance on the show.
As always, if the above is not enough to tempt you to tune into our latest offering, there's all of the week's other goings on in the popular Gone in 60 Seconds news segment.
To listen to the latest WNSP, brought to you by the Eastern Daily Press, click here or visit www.edp24.co.uk/wnsp – where all previous shows can be found – and select episode 57.
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- This podcast was recorded on March 4 & 5.
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- 3 'Vindicated at last' - Pension compensation on the horizon for WASPI women
- 4 Sneak peek inside first £2.7m luxury mansion for sale
- 5 Victoria Hall murder: Suffolk strangler Steve Wright reportedly arrested
- 6 New landlords relaunch pub with three-course dog menu
- 7 Woman in 30s suffers head injuries in violent attack by two girls
- 8 Plot of gold? Land up for sale for £750,000
- 9 Neighbours' shock as man's body found in flat weeks after he died
- 10 Man airlifted to hospital from beach given 'vital first aid' by lifeguards