Harleston will play Sheringham in the final of the Mummery Cup.
North Walsham will have to be on top form if they are to get points from their game against London One North leaders Brentwood at Scottow on Saturday.
Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers have pulled off something of a coup by clinching the services of former county cricketer Robbie Joseph.
A north Norfolk optician will be swapping spectacles for sports kit, when he lines up at the start of the London Marathon in a few weeks time.
It has been an excellent season for North Norfolk Hockey Club, with the men’s first team gaining promotion and the women hoping to follow their example.
Crusaders produced a late surge to seal victory in an entertaining derby match at Little Melton, with a converted try and a penalty in the dying minutes seeing them edge home by four points.
Although leading going into the final quarter at Borehamwood, a disappointing display by North Walsham resulted in a loss by two tries to one.
North Walsham’s players will be raring to go tomorrow, having had two weeks off - one scheduled and one for adverse weather.
Local knowledge was put to good use as Terry Norman and Graham Carman came out on top in the February Open Pairs at Great Yarmouth and Caister.
Trimingham Pilgrims visited Horsford and completed their first league double of the season with a convincing 3-0 victory.
Three years ago, playing off a handicap of +3, Matthew Jordan was runner-up in Cromer Squash Club’s annual handicap tournament.
Cromer Town confirmed their first win in nearly two years was no flash in the pan on Saturday by picking up their second victory in three games.
Hundreds of runners will be lacing up their trainers this weekend, ready to take part in a cross country event in aid of Norfolk-based children’s charity Break.
These two great rivals produced a game of untold drama that had a big Mackenders crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the final whistle.
Ryan Walsh brought the British featherweight belt back to Norfolk – but looks almost certain to have a rematch with Isaac Lowe after a hard-fought title clash in Manchester.
Ryan Walsh is a great digester of the English lexicon – but is determined to Isaac Lowe eat his words when the two clash in Manchester tonight.
Norfolk’s Will Harrold will once again be playing his golf in some far flung locations this year.
Stalham Town have begun the search for a new manager while they conduct a battle against relegation from the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination.
Cromer turned in arguably their best performance of the season when they took on fellow high- flyers Harleston in a Norfolk SRA League Division Three match and defeated their visitors 19-7.
After a week off from league action, which saw them progress to the Norfolk Cup Final, North Walsham have another short trip on Saturday, this time down the A140 to play Diss.
Ryan Walsh heads north for the fourth defence of his British featherweight title strong in body and, just as importantly, strong of mind.
North Walsham saw off the challenge of a spirited Holt side, who play their rugby two levels below them, to book their place in the Norfolk Senior Cup final.
England scrum-half Ben Youngs has been ruled out of the remainder of the NatWest 6 Nations by a ruptured knee ligament.
For the third time this season Holt have gained five league points due to their opposition conceding the game.
North Walsham ran in 10 tries against bottom side South Woodham Ferrers, with a hat trick for returning winger Jordan Mustard.
Trimingham Pilgrims were at home to league leaders Schoolhouse and recorded a 3-3 draw.
A vastly improved Crabs side gave the Black Dogs a much closer game than the one at Cromer earlier in the season.
Sheringham claimed a narrow win over Aylsham on Saturday to give their Anglian Combination Division One promotion hopes a timely boost.
Thirty North Norfolk Beach Runners were among the 676 who ran the Bam Nuttall Freethorpe 10 mile, organised by Great Yarmouth & District Athletics Club on Sunday.
A tough start to the new year has set North Walsham back down to seventh place in London One North in what is one of the tightest competitions for several seasons.
A solid performance from North Walsham wasn’t enough to overcome third-placed Amersham and Chiltern, unbeaten at home this season.
Holt registered their 12th win of the season after seeing off Woodbridge in a hard-fought encounter.
The Eastern Counties One North season concludes at the weekend with champions Fakenham entertaining Norwich Medics in a re-arranged game - but there are still plenty of matches to be played.
Cromer Town gained their first victory in nearly two years on Saturday when the won 2-1 at Attleborough Town in the First Division of the Anglian Combination.
North Walsham face stiff opposition again on Saturday when they travel to play Amersham & Chiltern, who currently sit in third place.
Nineteen-year-old Jack Tritton from North Walsham is a young man who has no intention of letting the grass grow under his feet this year.
Cromer Town gained their first win in nearly two years as they claimed a 2-1 win over Attleborough Town in the First Division of the Anglian Combination.
North Norfolk Harriers AC returned triumphant from the County Cross-Country Championships boasting five individual gold medals, two silvers and a host of team prizes.
It was a mixed weekend for the two north Norfolk teams challenging for promotion to the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination.
Trimingham Pilgrims visited Poringland Wanderers and played their part in a remarkable match that, apart from a handful of bookings, was a fine example of grass roots football.
With six changes from the previous week’s winning side, including makeshift halfback and centre partnerships, the Raiders showed they have strength in depth, scoring five tries and keeping their opponents scoreless for the first time this season.
North Walsham return to home ground on Saturday after a fine win at Ruislip.
It’s a big day locally for girls’ rugby this Sunday with North Walsham hosting an RFU “Warrior Camps” at Scottow from 10am to 12 noon.
Cromer Cricket Club will begin preparations for a new season by hosting their annual meeting on Friday, February 2.
This was an outstanding victory for North Walsham - winning away is hard enough but doing so by 59 points after a long January journey is a huge achievement.
Holt were handed their second walk-over of the season on Saturday - but on this occasion a match did take place at Bridge Road.
Trimingham Pilgrims began the new year with a home league match against Bungay played at Woodhill, East Runton.
North Norfolk Beach Runners were well represented at the Norfolk Cross Country Championships at Thetford.
North Walsham Raiders secured a hard fought win against a strong Diss Saracens side on Saturday which consolidated their place in Greene King EC1 North behind runaway leaders Fakenham.
CORPUSTY archer Abbie Fisher, 14, has the perfect training partner to compete amongst her national peers. Older brother Jamie is a former junior national champion at the same recurve bow discipline who has now graduated to the GB junior squad.
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