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Kings Lynns Carl Breeze locks up as he strains to keep Ollie Jackson, formally from Attleborough, at bay during his GT Supercup weekend at Croft. Picture: Jakob Ebrey

Carl Breeze demonstrated a championship-winning mentality with a storming comeback drive in the opening Ginetta Supercup GT4 race at Croft in North Yorkshire.

Stars riders watching heat fifteen. Picture: Ian Burt

An incredible last-heat advantage from Robert Lambert and Niels-Kristian Iversen preserved the Stars’ unbeaten home record in 2015.

Cricket.

Snettisham moved to the top of Division One Cup Group A by beating Sandringham, writes Kevin Fisher.

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Superstock 1000 championship leader Josh Elliot will hope to build on his Snetterton victory at Knockhill this weekend, aboard his Bowthorpe-based Morello Racing Kawasaki. Photo by Barry Clay

Norfolk’s British Superbike series contingent makes the trek north to Knockhill circuit this weekend – minus one member.

Sam Gaughran, left, has left Lowestoft Town. Picture: RICHARD LAND/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists he’s working overtime to bring defensive reinforcements into Crown Meadow.

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Cringleford's Joe Skipper (right) takes bronze at the 2015 World Long Distance Triathlon Championship in Sweden.

He’s the Norwich triathlete who became number three in the world – but Joe Skipper’s sights are already set on yet more success before the summer is done.

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Norfolk Alliance Division One - Acle v Lowestoft. Acle celebrate the wicket of Nathan Garrod.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

An eighth wicket stand of 94 between Jason Reynolds and Michael Eccles proved to be the key to a narrow victory that took Swardeston 25 points clear at the top of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

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Ravine Rip Up hill cycle race on the promenade at Gorleston.

Picture: James Bass

Cyclists put their pedal power to the max when they took part in a speedy uphill dash in Gorleston - marking the first of what is hoped to become an annual event.

England's Jodie Taylor, left, and Jill Scott celebrate Taylor's goal against Canada. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP

A key figure in Norfolk’s female football community is hoping to reap the benefits of England’s heroics in Canada.

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Zaiphan Morris (left) in action against Harvey Helmsley at Mercy nightclub.
 Photo: Jerry Daws /Stillfocused.co.uk

Zaiphan Morris is living the dream – and says former Norwich City footballer turned boxer Leon McKenzie has proved to be an inspiration to his ambitions.

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Norwich City and England midfielder Nathan Redmond was named in the team of the tournament at the Uefa European U21 Championships. Picture: AP Photo/Matthias Schrader

Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond was the only England Under-21 player to be included in the European U21 Championships team-of-the-tournament.

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Norwich City 2015-16 Home Kit revealed

Norwich City Football Club has unveiled a new ‘half and half’ kit, inspired by the club’s 80 years at Carrow Road.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

IT was a remarkable weekend of success for teams from Hethersett Athletic.

Two weeks ago the club launched its vision for the future of girls' and women's football.

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Swedish U21 international defender Joseph Baffo (number 17) shadows Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond during England U21s 1-0 European Championship group win last month. Picture: AP Photo/Matthias Schrader

Swedish U21s’ European Championship-winning central defender Joseph Baffo is reportedly still on Norwich City’s transfer radar.

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Friday, June 12, 2015
DOUBLE: League and Cup winners Attleborough U12s, with managers Paul Allen and Rob McGeachy.

Hethersett Athletic is already preparing for the 2015/2016 season when it will be running 12 teams from Under-8s to adult. For the first time the club will have two Saturday men’s sides thanks to an amalgamation with the former Marlborough Old Boys club. Teams for the season will be Under-8s (two sides), Under-9s, Under-10s, Under-11s, Under-13s, Under-14s, Under-16s, two men’s Saturday and two men’s Sunday sides.

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