July 24 2014 Latest news:
The competitive action is under way in Glasgow after the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games was held last night – and there are plenty of local hopes to watch out for.
World stage bowls player John Ottaway has been named the Norfolk Bowls Association men’s president for the 2014 season.
Norwich’s Emma Pooley underlined her form with the Giro Rosa green jersey and a weekend to remember.
The controversy nightmare surrounding Fric was avoided at Hockenheim – which meant the racing could do the talking. Therefore, it’s probably worth sitting down for a moment and reflecting on exactly what Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes said to him and the rest of us over the course of this year’s German Grand Prix.
Dan Zelos once again belied his rookie status as the fiercely-contested 2014 Ginetta Junior Championship travelled to Croft, tallying a third podium finish of what has so far been a remarkable maiden car racing campaign.
Furious King’s Lynn top gun Niels-Kristian Iversen says referee Dave Robinson “robbed” his side of victory at Poole after he was controversially excluded from a last-heat decider as Pirates pipped Stars 48-42 in Dorset.
A mid-table clash in Premier A of the Norwich and District Table Tennis League saw Wensum C take three points off UEA A with a 6-4 win. CEYMS B beat third-placed Gothic A 7-3. CEYMS A clinched all four points in their 8-2 victory against Briston.
Great Yarmouth’s Devon Minnis may be young in years but she’s shown she can battle it out on the big stage after plotting a course to the quarter-finals at the English National Badminton Championships.
Anthony Ogogo is looking to get up close and personal when he takes on Wayne Reed at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on Saturday night.
Ryan Moore completed a superb treble at a windy Great Yarmouth yesterday landing the £7,000 feature race and a royal victory in the process.
Eaton’s Tom Clements held his nerve to win a dramatic play-off at Hunstanton and leave the amateur scene as a county champion.
Forty one boats, ranging from Cruisers down to a Laser, started the Tri-Icicle race in slightly unpromising conditions.
The two title contenders in the Premier Division of the Norfolk SRA League both won this week with favourites Diss having a convincing 19-3 victory over bottom of the table Bob Carter Centre while their nearest challengers, East Anglia won 17-5 away to Broadland.
Norfolk’s men suffered a second loss in a row as they fell 6-3 to promotion chasing Derbyshire on day three of the Summer County Cup at Cromer.