June 20 2013 Latest news:
Norwich gymnast Lily Stevens, who is 12 years old, has continued her impressive run with bronze at the Eastern Region finals.
Former indoor world champion Mervyn King has pulled out of the Norfolk team ahead of this weekend’s vital Middleton Cup trip to Northamptonshire.
Sports broadcaster Ned Boulting met fans and signed copies of his new book in Norwich yesterday afternoon.
The current season has been a difficult one to date for Hingham-backed Caterham – but team principal Cyril Abiteboul remains defiant the Norfolk marque is heading in the right direction as the British Grand Prix approaches.
Porsche renewed their stranglehold on the British GT Championship at Snetterton yesterday with Ahmad Al Harthy/Michael Caine and David Ashburn/Nick Tandy taking a victory apiece with their the 997 GT3 R’s.
A former Norwich speedway star dared to wear Canaries colours in Suffolk yesterday as he got back on a bike as part of a campaign to see the sport return to Norfolk.
In Premier A of the Grant Matthewson Norwich and District League, CEYMS B gained two important 6-4 wins over Bristelectric and Foxwood A in their battle against relegation.
Norfolk look set to guarantee second place in Division Two East of the county championships and a third play-off appearance in four seasons after a 9-6 win over Hertfordshire second team.
Ryan Walsh is desperate to take on the man he believes is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the country and bring a British title belt back to Norfolk.
Royal Ascot beckons later this month and last year’s winner of the Buckingham Palace Stakes can collect another top prize under the lens of the Channel 4 cameras this afternoon.
Jack Yule maintained his impressive run of form as he withstood a strong challenge from Alex Carter to win the Norfolk Amateur Championship for the first time at Royal Cromer yesterday.
Lowestoft sailor Nic Asher is relishing the challenge of a new boat and a new team-mate as he continues his long road to Rio at this week’s Sail for Gold Regatta in Weymouth and Portland.
Diss maintained their early season form in the Premier Division of the Anaco-sponsored Norfolk SRA Summer Leagues with a 15-5 victory over Broadland.
Being world number one in any sport requires a lot of sacrifices, and for Alfie Hewett this week that means missing his GCSE science exams.