Norfolk Sport

King’s Lynn Town have completed a busy week of business by confirming new deals for another two of their first team squad.

British speedway remains united in ‘cautious optimism’ about some league racing this season.

Earlier this week I had a long chat with one of the athletes I coach and, whilst he is running very well, it had become apparent during the last couple of weeks that he has been struggling to really stay on top of his motivation.

King’s Lynn Town have received a promotion boost today after the Football League published its draft plans to end the season.

“Don’t pass it on!” – weird and wonderful batons are the name of the game after more than 30 teams signed up for Norfolk Gazelles Virtual Relay.

Norfolk Cricket Board have urged clubs to follow the guidelines over training activities.

Tributes have been paid to a groundsman who devoted his life to the football and cricket clubs he lovingly served.

King’s Lynn Town defender Aaron Jones has signed a new deal with the club for next season.

You literary types will realise that I have taken my bastardised headline this week from one of Wordsworth’s most famous poems, celebrating the French Revolution.

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North Walsham’s Mark Webster has won the prestigious Eastern Counties Rugby Union Grounds Person of the Year Award.

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Stalham High School pupil Emily Grapes has just returned from representing Great Britain in a roller skating competition in Italy.

The 12-year-old took part in the Pieris International Solo Dance competition in Trieste, competing against youngsters from all over Europe.

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