July 29 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk’s Colin Oates admitted he was a man under pressure coming into the Commonwealth Games – and he delivered in style on Thursday night.
Norfolk Judoka Colin Oates will always be left to reflect on what might have been at London 2012, but is determined to continue his progress up the world rankings with a medal on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
King’s Lynn Town could host Diss in a number of possible Norfolk derby match-ups in this season’s FA Cup following the draws for the early rounds of the world famous cup competition.
With heavy showers all weekend Great Melton’s 40th anniversary celebrations could easily have been ruined but, thanks to the sterling work of groundsman Mike Phoenix, all the events planned for Melton Park went ahead.
Old Buckenham held their annual Schools Kwikcricket tournament as part National Cricket week, sponsored by Chance to Shine and the Cricket Foundation.
Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal target Morgan Schneiderlin appears to have hit out at Southampton on Twitter.
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Norfolk is celebrating a fifth medal from one of its Commonwealth Games athletes – after shooter Aaron Heading claimed silver in the men’s shotgun trap.
Norwich City have rejected a transfer enquiry from a Premier League club for Alex Tettey, the Canaries’ midfielder has told Norwegian media.
Norwich City’s promising teenage midfielder Todd Cantwell is the latest member of the Canaries’ academy bidding to make his mark on the international stage.
Ipswich Town academy boss Bryan Klug has revealed his worries about Norwich City benefitting from the Tractor Boys missing out on Category One status for their youth academy.
A few years ago I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a few days at St Andrews in Scotland.