June 19 2013 Latest news:
Kath Malvern has changed from hockey to golf – and looks set to be just as successful in one as the other.
Watton Rugby Club have been successful with an application for a £4,000 grant from the NatWest RugbyForce to make improvements in their facilities at the town’s sports centre.
WARREN GATLAND’S Lions are not the only British rugby players putting their reputations on the line in Australia this summer.
Mildenhall Cycling Club are planning a reunion to celebrate its 60th year.
Norfolk was in the forefront of change when governing body Cycling Time Trials placed their National 10 mile championships on a course of quiet country roads, as opposed to fast big ones – the principle being that championships are about riders competing on level terms rather than fastest-ever times.
I can’t even begin to tell you how frustrating my life has become thanks to my injuries.
Rob Lyon believes a fully fit Simon Stead will provide a huge boost to King’s Lynn Stars’ Elite League play-off hopes.
Norwich gymnast Lily Stevens, who is 12 years old, has continued her impressive run with bronze at the Eastern Region finals.
Angus Gunn has signed his first professional contract with Manchester City – but no one should doubt the strength of his Norwich City roots.
Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong is predicting good times ahead with the Canaries in the Premier League, after finally breaking his own personal spiral of career lows.
Norwich City will kick off their 2013/14 Premier League season at home to Everton.
If there is one thing we can thank Stuart Pearce for, it is highlighting the plight of English football.