March 7 2014 Latest news:
Another record entry created a buzz of excitement for runners as they lined up ready to test themselves over an undulating 20 mile course.
Police officer Darren Burnett was back pounding the beat after achieving world bowls glory against Norfolk champ Mervyn King.
Diss rider Steve James celebrated the formal launch of his Renvale RT team by leading his riders to the win in the Eastern Cyclo-Cross League Team Championships at Mistley, in north Essex, and taking the individual senior win to boot.
Former Lotus team principal Eric Boullier has been appointed to the newly-created role of racing director at McLaren.
Marham’s teenage talent Jake Banwell scored the biggest victory of his fledgling career at the Norfolk Arena, King’s Lynn.
King’s Lynn Young Stars manager Dale Allitt has moved a step further to competing his team with the signing of Darryl Ritchings. Ritchings moves to the Norfolk Arena on loan from home town club Swindon and will join the team on a 5.94 average.
Two Norfolk table tennis coaches have jointly won a national award from the English Table Tennis Association (ETTA).
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 started planning for his big night in Las Vegas just hours after registering his fifth victory against Greg O’Neill on Saturday night.
Amateur jockey Ryan Winks’ winning smile illuminated the dark skies at wet and windy Fakenham yesterday when he landed the feature race on Dashing George.
A Hellesdon golf club has swung its weight behind plans to relocate, paving the way for 1,000 homes.
Yare SC have a Cruiser Race on Saturday from Horning to Thurne, and on Sunday Snowflakes have a Yeoman Open and Buckenham start their Winter Open series every Sunday until December 15. The next sailing date is Sunday, November 17, when Frostbites hold their 80th anniversary Open meeting, all dinghies welcome, and Snowflakes a Keelboat Open.
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 schoolboy Alfie Hewett has continued his domination of the junior circuit in wheelchair tennis by winning two titles for the third year in succession.