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Paul Warne is the Norfolk-born Norwich City fan who manages Rotherham United – here he explains how he got his big break, thanks to some of the county’s best-known footballing characters

Runners have been urged not to arrange their own gatherings, after Parkrun UK cancelled its weekly Saturday morning events in response to government health precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

The number of supporters travelling back after Norwich City’s FA Cup tie against Tottenham Hotspur has seen Greater Anglia add an extra train.

Time is running out for Norwich City fans to get their hands on the final stickers to complete their albums - with the collectables set to come off the shelves in a matter of days.

Big music names like The Killers and Westlife performing in Norwich could be just the beginning of Carrow Road becoming more than a football stadium, it has been revealed.

Harleston Magpies Ladies slipped to a second successive defeat in Division One South of the Investec National League on Sunday when they went down 1-0 at Sevenoaks.

Harleston Magpies Ladies gave high-flying visitors Wimbledon a good run for their money in Saturday’s National League Division One South encounter before sliding to a 2-0 defeat.

Harleston Magpies Ladies came out of their weekend double header with maximum points to move up to third in Division One South of the Investec National League.

Harleston Magpies Ladies are still looking for their first win in National League Division One South after going down 2-1 at Slough on Saturday.

The new Norwich City sticker album is out today - and fans are expected to flock to shops all over Norfolk to grab a copy.

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Thursday, February 3, 2011

HOCKEY: Diss Ladies played UEA III full of confidence, looking to stay top of Division Two, but it became obvious that despite their lowly league postiion the hosts wouldn’t be pushovers.

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Friday, March 9, 2012

DISS TOWN U9 entertained league leaders Drayton with goalkeeper Lewis Allen having an outstanding game. Diss got off to a good start with an early goal from Christoher Lymbery after some fine midfield play from Caleb Palmer and Max Bowen. Drayton were pressing hard to get the equaliser, but were met with some good defensive play from Liam Hamling and Dylan Wilby. Louis Land was battling well in midfield with Thomas Lymbery working hard up front to keep possession. William Frary’s fine running from midfield helped take the pressure off the Diss defence. After several great saves from Lewis Allen Diss broke away ending with a fine strike from Benjamin Cohodar coming off the post. Drayton finally got the equaliser in the last minute of the game. Final Score 1-1.

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Head Instructor 6th Degree Master Steve Whiting took eight students from Eye Kuk Sool Won to the 2010 European Championships in King's Lynn.

They were Robert Davis, Carl Misslebrooke, Yas Bellamy, Josh Munday, Mike Ablett, Amee Fairburn, Craig Munday and Scott Fairburn.

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