There are few fishing destinations that rival the Broads for its scenic beauty, miles of lock-free waterways, rich heritage and diversity of fish species.
Watched by a large crowd at Norfolk’s Big Rugby Weekend in Holt, the county’s two leading sides slugged it out for the Senior Cup.
Having wrapped up their league programme with a hard won victory over Old Priorians to consolidate a solid fourth place North Walsham have just the Norfolk Senior Cup to occupy them.
North Walsham turned in a solid display in their final league match to end the season in fourth place, their highest position since moving into London One North in 2014.
North Walsham continued their fine form with an impressive victory over fellow top six opponents.
The Vikings made club history with their first victory at Letchworth, sweeping aside their opponents with a clinical display.
North Walsham won an entertaining London One North encounter against a well-organised Fullerians side by five tries to two.
North Walsham made it six wins from seven with this deserved success over a side determined to atone for their heavy October defeat at Scottow.
North Walsham won a tight game against third-placed Chingford thanks to a long-range Matt Hodgson penalty two minutes from time.
The new era at North Walsham may have got off to a good start but head of rugby James Brooks is not getting carried away.
North Walsham beat a young Priorians side by four tries to one, to top the London One North table at the beginning of the new season.
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