April 16 2014 Latest news:
The fastest machine in the Diss 25-mile time trials was a tricycle.
Relegation could be all but confirmed for Diss in London One North tomorrow, as they travel to league leaders Eton Manor.
Diss travelled to high-flying Westcliff with a very weakened and depleted side that suffered a most humiliating and ultimately devastating league defeat.
New Diss Town boss Mike Derbyshire’s immediate aim is to maintain the Tangerines’ Thurlow Nunn Premier Division status.
Stevenage boss gives his thoughts on upcoming matches with Sheffield United, Bristol City, Walsall and Brentford
Everton have the chance to jump ahead of Arsenal back into 4th spot tonight when they host Crystal Palace at Goodison Park on Wednesday evening.
Nailsea Churches claimed promotion and the league title with a 4-2 win at Rock Crusaders.
Norwich City’s Premier League survival rests on belief, as far as Michael Turner is concerned – and while new boss Neil Adams helped emphasise the point, the Canaries centre-back is looking forward to proving the point.
Neil Adams will relish the task of trying to plot Liverpool’s downfall in an epic Carrow Road game which carries repercussions at both ends of the Premier League.
The record books have been torn up at Cambridge City this season, by a former Norwich City academy player.
You can almost see it now. Stephen Fry is considering what to do next after the shambles that was Norwich City’s performance against West Brom.