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North Walsham’s former world champion Steve Beaton has made it through to the second round of the William Hill PDC World Darts Championship.

Reigning champions Runton entertained Holt Reserves in the North East Norfolk and turned on the style in the second half to secure an emphatic win.

Liam Walsh

In bitterly cold conditions at Cobholm North Walsham Raiders completed a double over bottom side Gt Yarmouth-Broadland by winning 32-12.

Sheringham ensured bragging rights over local rivals Cromer Town with a resounding 9-2 win on a cold and windy Friday evening at Weybourne Road,

Sheringham

John Baker completed another over 35/45 double when he won Cromer Squash Club’s Veterans’ tournament for the third time in the last four years.

Barry Starling

Norfolk Sport

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Unbeaten records fell as the title races opened up ahead of the Christmas break.

Thetford Town’s recovery continues after another big win for Danny White’s team.

Sudbury

Wisbech Town moved up to third place after a 6-3 win at Cogenhoe United – but it wasn’t all plain sailing in a game they had to win twice.

King’s Lynn Town face a long haul to south Wales next weekend as they bid to get back to winning ways following the postponement of their weekend game at The Walks.

Norfolk’s Mervyn King blew a two-set lead to crash out of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace.

Norwich City

59 minutes ago
Grant Hanley

Union Berlin are monitoring Marcel Franke’s situation at Norwich City, according to German newspaper Berliner Kurier.

Those waiting for a big bang at Norwich City may have to accept the inevitable.

Alex Pritchard

Catch all our videos from before and after Norwich City’s 1-0 EFL Championship defeat to Leeds United at Elland Road.

It may have been a sixth defeat in nine games but Norwich City’s performance during their 1-0 loss at Leeds was far from their worst effort of the season.

Birmingham

Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of fit-again playmaker Alex Pritchard, who went close to an equaliser on three occasions during Saturday’s 1-0 loss at Leeds.

Columnists

Yesterday, 09:00

If someone had told me after 30 minutes of last Saturday’s game that City would run out 3-1 winners I would undoubtedly have laughed in their face.

It started with a tweet (as it often does) and ended in a trawl through the gold-encrusted bowels of the Premier League.

United Kingdom

In his latest weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and Pink Un Show host Michael Bailey wonders whether one swallow really could make a prosperous Championship summer for the Canaries.

I have to say what an eventful last weekend it was in the Premier League!

United Kingdom

Given the paucity of good news around Norwich City since another East Anglian derby conquest it was inevitable Alex Pritchard’s return to the starting line up triggered so many headlines.

Norwich

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Thu, 09:28

Reigning champions Runton entertained Holt Reserves in the North East Norfolk and turned on the style in the second half to secure an emphatic win.

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Liam Walsh
Thu, 09:08

Sheringham ensured bragging rights over local rivals Cromer Town with a resounding 9-2 win on a cold and windy Friday evening at Weybourne Road,

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Sheringham
Fri, 12:14

North Walsham’s former world champion Steve Beaton has made it through to the second round of the William Hill PDC World Darts Championship.

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United Kingdom
Thu, 09:17

In bitterly cold conditions at Cobholm North Walsham Raiders completed a double over bottom side Gt Yarmouth-Broadland by winning 32-12.

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

As pre-season gets up to speed, David Freezer speaks to Norfolk’s latest member of the Aviva Premiership posse Toby Salmon, as the forward begins life with reigning champions Exeter Chiefs.

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