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Yesterday, 09:00

Dereham safely progressed to the Norfolk Senior Cup final despite a plucky display from Thurlow Nunn Premier League opponents Diss.

Harleston Magpies had another triumphant win this weekend, beating Bedford 5-1.

Wroxham boss Stewart Larter is looking to repeat the Norfolk Senior Cup success he had with Gorleston last season.

Wroxham will be looking to reach their third successive Norfolk Senior Cup final when they entertain Thurlow Nunn high-flyers Norwich United tonight.

Diss maintained their position as one of the title contenders with a hard fought and ultimately deserved victory against Enfield Ignations.

Action from Diss (blue) v Maidstone in the Intermediate Cup at Mackenders. Picture: Jon Bulloch

Diss return to league action against bottom-of-the-table Braintree in London 2NE on Saturday.

Columnists

Tue, 16:55

Norwich City face Wigan Athletic at Carrow Road on Wednesday and we want to know who you would pick to start for the Canaries.

Compete against Carrow Road legends Jeremy Goss, Iwan Roberts and Darren Eadie in Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw

Wednesday’s opponents Wigan Athletic are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers, Norwich City legends Darren Eadie, Jeremy Goss and Iwan Roberts and presenters Jake Humphrey, Simon Thomas and Chris Goreham.

Bradley Johnson is all smiles once again - this time helping Norwich City to another derby-day success against archa rivals Ipswich Town.

Bradley Johnson is a hard guy to ignore at the moment – Michael Bailey looks into the reasons why...

Lewis Grabban celebrates scoring Norwich City's second goal. 
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

What did you think of Norwich City’s performance against Ipswich Town? Let us know by rating the players out of 10 at www.pinkun.com/rate-the-players

John Ruddy celebrates Norwich City's victory at Portman Road in August. The stakes in Sunday's East Anglian derby with Ipswich are even higher. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Let’s take a moment to revel in some statistics on Alex Neil’s time at Norwich City so far. Played nine, won seven, drawn one, lost one. Twenty two points secured out of a possible 27, 15 from the last 15.

Norfolk Sport

Norfolk’s under-18 teams enjoyed some successful Aegon County Cup action.

Neill Stephen sharing a great pike with John Bailey.

I suppose the big news in last week’s angling press was the announcement of the winner of the Korum Cup, a competition run in the Angler’s Mail.

Biffin's Bridge captain Lee Carver.

When it comes to bridging the important gaps between success and failure in tight situations, the Norwich-based angling outfit Biffin’s Bridge are up for it – and expect victory in the final round of the Barford Winter League.

Glenn Stanford (Team CCN) is planning on moving up to the Veterans category this year and, inset, Sean Rayment carries his bike following a crash. Picture: Fergus Muir

King’s Lynn MTB hosted an outstanding series of races on Shouldham Warren that saw wins for Norfolk riders Sophie Wright, Anita Buxton, Paul Ashby and Dougal Toms.

Sam Mulready scored for King's Lynn Town at Ashton United. Picture: Matthew Usher

King’s Lynn Town continued their poor run of form with a 3-1 loss at Ashton United, despite being on top for most of the game in Greater Manchester.

Norwich City

06:15

Norwich City boss Alex Neil may have suffered a painful 1-0 Championship defeat to Wigan on Wednesday but his faultless February has seen him nominated for the SkyBet Championship manager-of-the-month after a perfect five league wins from five.

Alex Neil (left) and Malky Mackay try to sway the fourth official at Carrow Road on Wednesday night. Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images

Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City suffer and painful and surprising home defeat at the hands of relegation-threatened Wigan Athletic.

Alex Neil confirmed after Norwich City's 1-0 Championship loss at Wigan Lewis Grabban is set for exploratory ankle surgery. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City suffered a double blow to their Championship promotion hopes on Wednesday night with Wigan inflicting a 1-0 Carrow Road defeat before City boss Alex Neil revealed afterwards prolific striker Lewis Grabban needed ankle surgery.

Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome is denied by Wigan's Scott Carson in Wednesday's Championship clash at Carrow Road. 
Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City slumped to a damaging 1-0 Championship defeat against Malky Mackay’s relegation-threatened Wigan to dent their push for automatic promotion.

Former Norwich City hall of famer Roy McCrohan has died, the club announced on Wednesday evening. 
Photo: Paul Hewitt

One of Norwich City’s longest-serving players, Roy McCrohan, has died aged 84, the club announced on Wednesday evening.

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Alex Neil (left) and Malky Mackay try to sway the fourth official at Carrow Road on Wednesday night. Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images

Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City suffer and painful and surprising home defeat at the hands of relegation-threatened Wigan Athletic.

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Norwich City boss Alex Neil is in the running to lift February's manger-of-the-month award. 
Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City boss Alex Neil may have suffered a painful 1-0 Championship defeat to Wigan on Wednesday but his faultless February has seen him nominated for the SkyBet Championship manager-of-the-month after a perfect five league wins from five.

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Norfolk U18s boys County Cup team.

Norfolk’s under-18 teams enjoyed some successful Aegon County Cup action.

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Neill Stephen sharing a great pike with John Bailey.

I suppose the big news in last week’s angling press was the announcement of the winner of the Korum Cup, a competition run in the Angler’s Mail.

Read more
06:30
Biffin's Bridge captain Lee Carver.

When it comes to bridging the important gaps between success and failure in tight situations, the Norwich-based angling outfit Biffin’s Bridge are up for it – and expect victory in the final round of the Barford Winter League.

Read more

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