Norfolk Sport

Mulbarton Wanderers are one of 60 clubs to have signed an open letter to the FA over the governing body’s decision to scrap the 2019-20 season, and expunge all results.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

King’s Lynn Town - despite the uncertainty in the world of football – have made a new signing.

I have spent most of this week wondering how to start my column.

In these strange, frightening times the sense of normality running provides is so vital for a lot of people.

King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve says he bears no ill feeling towards the Blue & Gold Trust supporters organisation, despite failure to agree a financial aid package.

King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve says there can be only one sensible solution to determine what happens next after reports that National League officials are to scrap the rest of the season.

King’s Lynn Town owner Stephen Cleeve has revealed how he was ‘humbled’ by an act of kindness from one of the club’s young players.

Great Yarmouth athlete Sophie McKinna is “gutted” the Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until 2021 but believes the right call has been made.

The momentum of the coronavirus and the Government’s reaction to it has staggered us all.

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Sunday’s Humpty Dumpty 10k at Felthorpe saw 20 North Norfolk Beach Runners on the start line for the County 10k Championships.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Former Norwich City Ladies’ starlet Lauren Hemp is thriving at Manchester City as she gears up for her own slice of East Anglian derby action on Sunday when the Citizens host Ipswich Town’s women in the FA Cup fifth round.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

One of Britain’s best loved sports commentators will be bringing his wit and wisdom to the Auden Theatre, Holt, on June 17.

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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Sheringham High School's U14 netball team has a shot at becoming national champions after coming in the top two of a county tournament held at the University of East Anglia.

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Thursday, May 29, 2008

NORTH Norfolk sailors' attention will be focused on Wells Sailing Club as it hosts the British Sharpie Championships on June 6, 7 and 8 with over 30 boats taking part.

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