March 8 2014 Latest news:
The threat of relegation looms ever larger for Diss following yet another home defeat, this time to fellow strugglers Tabard.
Diss return to Mackenders tomorrow for their first home match in London One North since the departure of coach Simon Hill.
Diss rider Steve James celebrated the formal launch of his Renvale RT team by leading his riders to the win in the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League Team Championships at Mistley, in north Essex, and taking the individual senior win to boot.
Diss missed a chance to make up some ground on the teams just above them in the table when they were beaten by fellow London 1N strugglers Woodford on Saturday.
A trip to Brentwood for North Walsham will mean a return to league action in London 1N for at least half the Vikings squad.
Two of Wisbech Town’s players who have played at Wembley are as excited as any of their team-mates about the chance of playing at the home of football.
Wisbech Town joint-boss Dick Creasey is honest enough to admit that their FA Vase quarter-final opponents’ form this season has been sensational.
Relieved King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he’s feeling mixed emotions over Ryan Fryatt’s injury.
Jonny Howson is acutely aware Norwich City’s squad have a duty of care to do everything they can to keep the Canaries in the Premier League.
Chris Hughton saw nothing in Norwich’s implosion at Aston Villa to alter his conviction the Canaries will survive in the Premier League.
Chris Hughton is urging Norwich City keeper John Ruddy not to let his standards drop to clinch a World Cup place with England.
Circumstances meant the moment was rather lost – but it was actually something of a red letter day for Chris Hughton at Villa Park. Sadly, the special occasion wasn’t finally getting one over the man he replaced at Carrow Road – I’m sure a few fans of a yellow persuasion would rather this column had the chance to take such a line.