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King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell faces a potential Norfolk derby match up with Diss in the FA Cup . Picture: Ian Burt

FA Cup draw throws up potential Norfolk derbies for the new season

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.

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Great Melton Past 'Legends' with the Robert Phoenix Trophy.
Back: Nigel Bobbin, Graeme Button, Gary Coulson, Mike Phoenix, Jonny Howard, Ali Wardale, Henry Wanchoo, Ian Wickham, Andy Rose, Jim Rice, Michael Ladbrook.
Front: Kevin Chilleystone, Jason Roope, Richard Grove, Ian Arnold, Dave Springett.

Legends go head to head at Gt Melton

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.

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BRAVE EFFORT: Old Buckenham line up for the camera.

Youngsters shine at Old Buckenham

Old Buckenham held their annual Schools Kwikcricket tournament as part National Cricket week, sponsored by Chance to Shine and the Cricket Foundation.

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Spooner Row cricket club past members hold a reunion 50 years after they stopped playing together. David Higham (beige jumper) emigrated to New Zealand but helped get them all together again.

Howzat for a cricket club reunion?

It is nearly 50 years since they all stood on a cricket pitch together but while they might now struggle to make a diving catch in the slips the spirits were certainly still willing - and the banter even stronger.

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Action from the British Under-19s cycle speedway championships at Hethersett on Saturday.

Hethersett work overtime to host British U19 Championships

Hethersett Hawks/Swinton & Co had to put in a tremendous effort to ensure that the British U19 Championships, sponsored by Haart estate agents, could go ahead after overnight and morning heavy rain had flooded the circuit. However, pumping water from the efficient drainage system allowed the event to go ahead and, although it was heavy going in the qualifying heats, the track was near perfect for the final.

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Lewis Hamilton on the podium after finishing third in the 2014 German Grand Prix at Hockenheim [Picture: Sean Ramsell]

F1 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix: Hamilton faces Hungary challenge

Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton returns to the scene of his only victory last year, the Hungarian Grand Prix, looking to end the first half of the 2014 season on a morale-boosting high.

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Steven Caulker. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

QPR beat Crystal Palace to signing for former Spurs man

QPR have completed the signing of England international defender Steven Caulker from Cardiff.

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Mitchell Smith defeated Peter Cope to win the English super-featherweight title at York Hall. Pic: Philip Sharkey/TGSPHOTO

Mitchell Smith claims English title with impressive points win

Mitchell Smith sealed the English super featherweight title with an impressive points win against Hartlepool’s Peter Cope at York Hall.

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Norwich City FC

FA Cup fifth round
 - Chelsea v Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, 
Saturday 17th February 2007 - 
Andy Hughes after being booked. 
Picture: James Bass

Former Norwich City midfielder Andy Hughes joins Bolton as player-coach

Former Norwich City midfielder Andy Hughes has been appointed as a professional development coach at Bolton Wanderers.

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Update: Flooding damage will be fixed for Norwich City’s first home league game against Watford

Flooding has forced Norwich City to close the lower tier of the Barclay Stand for the club’s upcoming two home pre-season friendlies at Carrow Road.

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Norwich City's second half crew survey the scene in the early stages of the 13-0 pre-season opener against SC Vallee d'Aoste. 
Picture by Stefano Gnech/Focus Images Ltd

Opinion: New beginnings in northern Italy for Norwich City

Appearances may indeed be deceptive but beneath the magnificent scenery of City’s idyllic Italian retreat and the difficulties in sourcing meaningful opposition there are genuine signs of renewal.

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Sports Columnists

Brazil versus Germany in their World Cup semi-final. An iconic match - and a clash of footballing personalities we will talk about for years to come.

World Cup personality clashes reminded exactly why we love football

It was expected that by now, the football fatigue would be in full flow. If memory serves, that’s usually the case in a World Cup or European Championships summer off the back of the domestic season.

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