The British GT Championship resumes with a two-race format this weekend at Snetterton after a controversial previous meeting which ended up with the on-the-road winner demoted to second place.
King’s Lynn moved into the SGB Premiership top four with a hard-fought 49-41 win over Rye House at the Adrian Flux Arena.
Diss Town have named Paul Bugg as their new first team manager to replace Ross Potter.
A day after putting the finishing touches to Eminent’s Derby preparations, Martyn Meade unleashed another smart prospect when Cartographer broke the six-furlong course record at Great Yarmouth.
West Norfolk’s Rugby Women’s 10s Festival 2017 was a weekend that will live long in the memories of the 11 sides that competed.
The 2017 Powerboat GP RYA Championships head to Oulton Broad this weekend for the second round of the 2017 championship campaign, culminating in six champions claiming the Lowestoft GP crown.
The University of East Anglia rounded off a memorable season in style at Carrow Road last night.
More than 100 people tried sailing at Horning’s Push the Boat Out event.
The 40th Acle Regatta drew a fleet of 16 river cruisers.
Norwich hairdresser Ben Hawes was a cut above the rest in the Team Green Junior Cup and Senior 300 Kawasaki series at the British Motorcycle Racing Club meeting at Snetterton.
Harry Webb left Oulton Park, the venue for the latest round in the F4 British Championship, delighted to have picked up a pair of Graduate Cup victories after two excellent events.
Robbie Northman is perhaps the most brilliant of our region’s young anglers, certainly in my book.
Lastmanlastround should pay for the drinks with a win in the Follow Us On Facebook At Yarmouth Racecourse Handicap on the east coast.
Look to your flies to put a fresh zip into your match fishing.
King’s Lynn Stars boss Dale Allitt has challenged his side to make the most of their upcoming run of home fixtures – starting tonight when they host Rye House (7.30pm).
The Ian Culverhouse era is up and running and the King’s Lynn Town boss is already relishing the prospect of next season.
Pupils at Langley School are celebrating two successes on the football pitch, including a national triumph.
Mollie Patterson was one of England’s best performers at the Spanish Youth Open.
Illness has ruled rising Norfolk rugby star Will Evans out of this summer’s World Rugby Under-20s Championship in Georgia.
Professional triathlete Kimberley Morrison smashed the women’s course record in the North Norfolk Wheelers 100 mile time trial, finishing third overall in a time of 4:04:56.
Norwich United have kicked off their summer transfer business early with the signing of Stalham Town striker Lawrence Cheese on a two-year contract.
Fakenham Town have brought Robbie Harris back to Clipbush Park for a second stint as manager.
Diggers are moving on to the site of Wymondham’s future rugby club grounds.
After not having a match for a month manager Ian Culverhouse was thrilled to see his players regroup to make the most of their big night at Carrow Road.
Eastern Counties were well beaten in their final game match in the Bill Beaumont Cup, losing 61-15 to Yorkshire at Hull.
The Norfolk Senior Cup will return to the trophy cabinet at The Walks for the first time in eight years – as Norwich City legend Ian Culverhouse fittingly won his first trophy as a manager at Carrow Road.
Emma Pooley has added yet another major title to her collection with a dominant performance at the ETU Powerman Middle Distance Duathlon European Championships.
Wroxham have confirmed Ross Potter and Tom Parke as their new joint first team managers.
Norwich City Ladies completed the great escape on Sunday as Ebony Wiseman’s winner gave the Canaries the three points they needed to ensure FA Women’s Premier League Division One South East survival.
Over 2,500 cyclists are set to descend on Holkham Hall over the Bank Holiday weekend as the estate once again hosts the cycling festival Pedal Norfolk.
Three Bungay Black Dogs ran the Halstead Marathon, reporting “a lovely, if undulating, course in deepest north Essex”.
The attraction of a free punnet of mushrooms and a pay-what-you-like ticket price pulled in a big crowd for Bungay Town on Non-League Day.
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