Beccles were at home to Norwich Dragons V, who were five places above them in fifth in Division One of the Empresa League.
Beccles got the better of neighbours Bungay, scoring a 6-2 success in Saturday’s Anglian Combination League Division One table-topping derby.
Bungay Ladies started the brightly and were soon in Brandon’s half, testing their defence. Brandon kept composed though and were passing the ball well in midfield.
Beccles Town FC U18s, sponsored by Broadwater Mouldings, returned to action against AFC Royals at a cold College Meadow.
In 2015, Waveney Valley Athletic Club introduced beginner sessions in order to encourage anyone with a desire to improve their fitness to do so with the help of qualified athletics coaches.
Five Beccles and Bungay Harriers juniors travelled to Northamptonshire to compete in the Anglian Schools Cross-Country Championships.
Crusaders completed the double over a Beccles side determined to put on a good performance in front of a big crowd.
Luke Tuttle helped himself to a brace as Spixworth maintained their lead in the Anglian Combination Premier Division with a 4-1 win at Reepham Town.
Leicester Tigers have rewarded Norfolk youngster Will Evans with a new contract as his impressive development continues to show little sign of slowing.
Langley School Kayaking Academy members Tim Dowden and James How have won two national titles.
An interesting off-season awaits for Norwich-born batsman Jaik Mickleburgh this winter, after ending his long association with Essex CCC.
Harleston Town lead the Almary Green Anglian Combination Premier on goal difference after beating Stalham Town 4-0.
The penultimate week of the Norfolk League season saw many promotion and relegation issues sorted, although not all, writes Mike Ridout.
Brooke kept their championship charge on track by ensuring Sprowston’s challenge continues to go off the rails.
Middle-order resistance gave Norfolk something to build on going into the second day of their final match of the season.
It was a topsy turvy day in the Premier Division of the Norfolk Alliance with the top three all losing – and the clubs occupying the bottom two positions both claiming impressive wins.
Four months ago Will Evans had only just made an unexpected Premiership debut for Leicester Tigers – now the Norfolk teenager is on the verge of stardom.
Batsman Dean Robinson trumped his remarkable 2016 top score to inspire promoted North Runcton’s latest triumph.
Brooke almost took full advantage of the wet weather to open up a 15-point gap at the top of the Premier Division.
Downham Town appear to be finding their feet after making a wretched start to their Premier Division campaign.
A somewhat wetter weekend than last saw some games succumb to the bad weather in the Norfolk League, writes Mike Ridout.
There were a number of fine individual performances from Norfolk competitors in the annual Anglian Schools Championships at UEA Sportspark in Norwich.
Damon Egan maintained his rich vein of form to help Sprowston win the Premier Division’s match of the day – and claim top spot as a result.
The Aviva Women’s Tour came to a dramatic finish in Norwich today as hundreds lined the city’s streets.
Overseas stars Chad Bowes and Damon Egan proved their value to their sides in no uncertain fashion at the weekend by guiding them to thrilling victories.
Norfolk were left cursing their luck as rain thwarted their hopes of clinching a first three-day win on the road since 2013.
Mattishall and Stow produced one of the games of the season in Division One – and it was just a shame that one of them had to end up on the losing side.
Overseas star Chad Bowes finally made his first appearance of the season for struggling Fakenham on Saturday – and what a difference he made!
Great Yarmouth eased to a comfortable win against Denver in Division One of the Norfolk League.
The runs flowed in the glorious sunshine at Cromer on Saturday – with the home side coming out on top against Diss to move 14 points clear at the top of the early Premier Division table.
Snettisham and Caister are the pacesetters in Division One of the Norfolk League’s top-flight.
The new Norfolk Cricket League season began with lots of excitement as this year sees the league fully regionalised and covering the whole county, writes Mike Ridout.
It was a day to forget for Fakenham as the Norfolk Alliance programme got under way in earnest at the weekend, writes Chris Wise.
Acle United are celebrating their fourth successive Sterry Cup triumph after their 2-0 win over Spixworth.
Spixworth and Acle are refusing to give an inch in the Premier Division title race.
The weather failed to dampen the spirits at Stalham Town after they clinched a place in the Premier Division next season.
Consistency is the main aim for Norwich-born batsman Jaik Mickleburgh this season.
Norfolk duo Jaik Mickleburgh and Callum Taylor are feeling full of confidence ahead of the start of the new season with Essex.
Stage One of the Aviva Women’s Tour from Southwold to Norwich will include Chain Reaction Cycles Sprints and Strava Queen of the Mountains sections, it was announced today.
The latest Norfolk rugby prospect to roll off the Leicester Tigers production line has written his name into the history books at Welford Road.
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Hellesdon 1 Bungay Town 3
Beccles 4 Poringland Wanderers 3
Peter Wright came from 5-3 down to defeat Adrian Lewis 6-5 in the final of Players’ Championship One to claim his first title of 2016.
Sheringham 5 Loddon Utd 4
World number one Michael van Gerwen heaped praise on Peter Wright after prolonging the Scot’s wait for a first major title.
Bungay Town 1 Beccles Town 2
While most Bungay Black Dog runners opted for the choice of 10- or 20-mile races on offer at Tarpley in west Suffolk, others found their way to Coventry, Brighton and north Norfolk at the weekend.
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Stalham 3 Beccles 1
The final match of the Norfolk SRA Premier League season was played this week as bottom of the table East Anglia II achieved their first victory of the season with a 16-8 win over Broadland.
Defending I.C.C champions Norfolk Premier brushed Devon Premier aside in their quarter-final clash at Daventry.
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