He is used to witnessing accidents during motorbike meetings but a racing enthusiast had a lucky escape after being in the path of a bike which crashed into a tree.
Norwich and District Sunday League side Constable Crusaders have folded ahead of the 2017/18 season.
Ahead of a new punishment for dissent being trialled in the Anglian Combination this season, clubs in our region are eagerly awaiting full details of how new sin bins will be put in to practice.
Ben France’s rich vein of form continued on a weather-hit second day of Norfolk’s Minor Counties Championship clash with Cumberland at Manor Park.
It is a name reserved for just a select few football teams in history. Arsenal earned it in 2003-04, as did Preston North End in the late 1800s and just last season, Celtic also claimed the name ‘Invincibles’.
Saxlingham climbed to the top of the Division One table with their ninth successive win as they comfortably beat Overstrand by 70 runs.
King’s Lynn have been forced into two late changes ahead of tonight’s Premiership trip to Leicester (7.30).
Former Norwich City and Northern Ireland manager Nigel Worthington has had to step away from his club ambassador role at Fakenham Town.
The opening day of Norfolk’s Minor Counties Championship match against Cumberland at Manor Park ended with the scores level yesterday - but with the visitors still having four wickets in hand.
Martham took a giant step towards promotion to Division Two on Saturday when they cruised past closest challengers Great Melton by eight wickets.
Diss High School's U16 Girls' football team won the county league finals at Anglian Window Sports Club.They beat Sprowston 1-0 (Freya Evans), drew 0-0 with Reepham and their final game was against Hellesdon and they had to win it to be crowned champions.
Diss Town have named Paul Bugg as their new first team manager to replace Ross Potter.
Norfolk’s Colin Oates has been named in the Team England judo squad for this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Twenty years on from that momentous ocassion, midfielder Paul Gibbs, from Yarmouth, looks back on the team who made dreams come true.
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