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Friday, December 6, 2019

Make it a night to remember, they tell boxers ... Michael Walsh is determined to do just that, as head of sport Chris Lakey reports

North Walsham's 15-match unbeaten run ended in dramatic fashion as hosts Harpenden grabbed a 31-29 victory with two converted tries in the last five minutes.

North Walsham's Lauren Hemp came on as a second half substitute as England Women battled through the snow to beat Czech Republic 3-2 in Ceske on Tuesday night.

Liam Walsh is notoriously harsh when appraising his own boxing performance.

Cromer's Liam Walsh moved himself back on to the world stage after coming through his first serious fight in two and a half years with flying colours.

Norfolk Sport

Yesterday, 17:00

From speaking to a few friends there's a whiff of a marathon in the air recently.

King's Lynn Town are planning a pre-match tribute on Saturday after it was announced that club legend Mick Wright has died.

King's Lynn

Barry Pinches is proud to be flying the Norwich flag and is hoping next year brings City's Premier League survival as well as personal success on snooker's professional circuit.

Plenty of narrow slippery tracks greeted mountain bike riders who gathered in West Bilney Woods for the second round of the Winter Series promoted by Thetford Racing.

In these columns, as in my angling life in general, I don't always get it right.

Norwich City

Yesterday, 17:08

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is ruling out any whiff of complacency ahead of Norwich City's Premier League visit.

Sunday afternoon felt like one of those films that starts off brilliantly but by halfway through you're beginning to fear you've worked out the rest of a frustrating plot that promised so much more.

Grant Hanley took part in Norwich City's training session at Colney on Thursday morning ahead of the weekend's Premier League trip to Leicester City.

The father of a young girl who died of cancer says football star James Maddison has become "like family" after forming an unique bond with the youngster.

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

Columnists

Yesterday, 12:00

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

Chris Hughton's seemingly weekly praise for Norwich City's Premier League opponents grated with many fans. Daniel Farke might be edging into similar territory with his emphasis on youthful inconsistency.

It's difficult to know what to be more concerned about at the moment, VAR or Vardy.

The thing that really set City apart from everyone else last season was that when they were really under pressure to produce a result they delivered.

We've had VAR in the Premier League for four months and I'm officially saying I hate it.

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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Ridgeons League



The top against bottom match in the First Division ended with leaders Diss winning by the only goal of the game against a Fakenham side which belied their record which now reads five straight defeats.

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