The president of the Lawn Tennis Association, Cathie Sabin, recently visited Norfolk.
Norfolk’s under-18 teams enjoyed some successful Aegon County Cup action.
I suppose the big news in last week’s angling press was the announcement of the winner of the Korum Cup, a competition run in the Angler’s Mail.
When it comes to bridging the important gaps between success and failure in tight situations, the Norwich-based angling outfit Biffin’s Bridge are up for it – and expect victory in the final round of the Barford Winter League.
King’s Lynn MTB hosted an outstanding series of races on Shouldham Warren that saw wins for Norfolk riders Sophie Wright, Anita Buxton, Paul Ashby and Dougal Toms.
King’s Lynn Town continued their poor run of form with a 3-1 loss at Ashton United, despite being on top for most of the game in Greater Manchester.
Harleston Magpies displayed their attacking talent again as they hit Dereham for six in Premier Division A.
Harleston Magpies had another triumphant win this weekend, beating Bedford 5-1.
Norwich Dragons suffered a disappointing 3-2 defeat against second-placed West Herts in the Premier Division of the East Women’s League.
For much of this season the Linnets’ dreadful away form has been propped up by a stern home resistance.
Saturday January 7, 2012 – Ridgeons Reserve League North
Yasmin Goodswen, aged eight, had the fight of her life to beat a national kickboxing champion.The young battler from Harleston Kickboxing Club entered her first kickboxing fight, winning all three rounds.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City suffer and painful and surprising home defeat at the hands of relegation-threatened Wigan Athletic.
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