July 28 2014 Latest news:
Norwich City first team coach Mark Robson insists Neil Adams’ coaching team should have no regrets over failing to pull off a Premier League great escape.
King’s Lynn Town suffered their second setback of the summer against a slick Cambridge United side last night.
Norfolk rugby star Ben Youngs looks to have got his international career moving back in the right direction – but was one of few positives for England in the final Test of their tour of New Zealand.
Harleston Magpies Ladies will be hoping their good home form doesn’t desert them as they aim to get back on track this afternoon.
Extra terrestrial forces combined with the earth’s rotation turned the tides of expectation on the River Yare match venue at the weekend.
Normal service was resumed on Saturday as Swardeston cruised to an eight-wicket victory over Cambridge Granta to put their bid for another East Anglian Premier League title firmly back on track.
Some of the hottest talent from the world of tenpin bowling converged on Norwich for the British Junior Open at the Namco Funscape bowling alley in Bowthorpe.
Norwich-born Amy Whitehead finished ninth in the women’s marathon at the Commonwealth Games yesterday.