April 25 2014 Latest news:
Ryan Giggs admitted it was the proudest moment of his life when he was asked to take charge of Manchester United as the Welshman gears up for his Premier League managerial bow against Norwich City at Old Trafford.
Lowestoft Town took a giant step towards booking a place in the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs yesterday when they claimed the derby honours at Ram Meadow.
Relegation could be all but confirmed for Diss in London One North tomorrow, as they travel to league leaders Eton Manor.
Harleston Magpies Ladies will be hoping their good home form doesn’t desert them as they aim to get back on track this afternoon.
Jeanette Halliday, recognised by all the pundits as Norfolk’s top woman match angler, has been selected again for the Angling Trust’s Ladies World Championship team.
The local cricket season returns tomorrow with the first weekend of fixtures in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.
Archery, climbing, abseiling, high ropes and a First World War centenary presentation will be on the agenda for Eaton Vale Activity Centre’s open day this weekend.
In the latest edition of 3 Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined by BBC Radio Norfolk’s Rob Bulter to chat through the Canaries’ galling Premier League defeat at home to Liverpool – and where it leaves City’s survival hopes.