June 3 2015 Latest news:
Sophie McKinna equalled her own county record on a day of outstanding performances at the Norfolk Athletics Championship at Lynnsport, in King’s Lynn.
President Anne Read of Norfolk Bowling Club hosted the finals of the Norfolk County Women’s Indoor Bowling Association 2014-15 Club and County Indoor Bowls competitions.
Hand-cyclist Mike Dawson speaks to Kate Scotter about how London 2012 helped keep him in the saddle.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix could have been a huge climax to the 2014 Formula One season – and it was not necessarily the race we hoped for, but ultimately it was the result everyone wanted.
After an eventful start to the British GT Championship at Oulton Park, Cromer’s Alistair MacKinnon bounced back with fourth place at Rockingham – which he hopes will lead to a podium place in the upcoming Silverstone 500, the blue riband event of the series.
He was the quiet and modest Norfolk skid-kid who rose to become an international speedway star winning, 45 years ago, the Wills Internationale – the most prestigious individual meeting outside the World Final itself.
Disappointed boxing promoters were forced to make an 11th hour decision to cancel tonight’s scheduled Norwich fight night.
Oliver Townend has triumphed at the Burnham Market International Horse Trials for the second consecutive year.
American Jordan Spieth has won the Masters at Augusta.
Frostbites welcomed Dorothy Mann and her daughters Julie and Rosemary on Sunday to watch the annual sealed handicap race for the Arthur Mann Memorial Trophy.
Laura Massaro insists she will have no complaints about Glasgow 2014 despite failing at the second time of asking to secure squash gold.
Alfie Hewett is eyeing World Team Cup gold for the second time in three years after the Cantley wheelchair tennis star won his first ITF Two Series men’s singles title on the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour.