The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a breeding ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – reviews the 2018 British Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Join us from pubs across Norfolk and Waveney as England take on Croatia in the World Cup semi-final.
The 2018 World Cup has been a hot topic all over Twitter, particularly given England’s surprise performance in the tournament.
We really are starting to believe the World Cup is coming home.
Pubs and beer gardens the length and breadth of the county erupted in celebrations as England took one step closer to a place in the World Cup final today.
Downham Town continued their march towards the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division title with a six-wicket victory at home to Old Buckenham.
Norfolk wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett made it a hat-trick of Wimbledon titles as he partnered Gordon Reid to their third successive doubles title at SW19.
Lowestoft Town continued their preparations for the new season with a 1-0 defeat at home against Soham Town Rangers on Saturday.
Steve Gray smashed a century as Swardeston jumped into second spot in the East Anglian Premier League table.
King’s Lynn captain Robert Lambert raced to a sensational victory in the second round of the Speedway Euro Championship in Gustrow.
Plenty to work on, was Daniel Farke’s honest take on a spirited 3-2 comeback win over SC Paderborn to begin the club’s German tour on a positive note.
Appearances may well be deceptive when it comes to Norwich City’s summer signing Teemu Pukki.
Matt Gill hailed his young Canaries after beating SC Paderborn’s Under-23s 2-1 to complete a friendly double for the club.
While on their pre-season tour in Germany, Canaries players had money stolen from their hotel.
Daniel Farke defended his decision to leave Nelson Oliveira at home after Norwich City kicked off their German tour with a hard fought 3-2 win over SC Paderborn.
As the dust settles on England’s World Cup campaign, it’s perhaps time to ponder what happens next.
Warning: the following text includes reference to body parts.
Maybe it wasn’t all bad at Norwich City, for the man now leading England in Russia – Michael Bailey toys with Canaries’ history and that man, Harry Kane.
The Canaries’ second signing of the summer is primed to be a familiar face – but with a very different opportunity. Michael Bailey assess what Moritz Leitner’s pending permanent arrival could deliver
Cleopatra, sinking stadiums built on swampland, slumping Patrice Evra and Robbie Savage’s mum.
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