December 20 2013 Latest news:
These two sides are the nearest to each other in location and also, unfortunately, in league position so this was a must win for both sides to send them into the Christmas break with a confidence booster.
Lowestoft & Yarmouth are still yet to register any points on the board in London Two North East.
One of Norfolk’s star junior tennis players is following in the footsteps of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray by getting some elite coaching in Spain.
Gales during the week gave way to a lack of wind at Beccles ASC on Saturday afternoon making progress on the Waveney agonisingly slow.
Wymondham got their season up and running on Saturday with an emphatic victory against a battling Beccles side.
Lowestoft Town may have had a midweek reprieve thanks to the weather but their injury problems show no sign of abating ahead of their Ryman League Premier clash at home to Dulwich Hamlet tomorrow.
Norwich ski racer Jazmine Butcher will today complete her return from a serious knee injury in Passo San Pellegrino in Italy.
Dan Eagling’s season finished as it started with a damaged car to repair but inbetween he, along with team-mate Matt Smith, secured third place in the British GT4 category.
Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt preview Norwich City’s Premier League game at Sunderland.
Gary Hooper’s Swansea screamer may have been a worthy contender, but Justin Fashanu’s 1980 thunderbolt still retains the Carrow Road crown.
Chicago Fire head coach Frank Yallop has said he plans to raid Norwich City for some young loan players this season.
Not only is it the festive season, but it’s also the sacking season in the Premier League with another two managers biting the dust this week.