April 24 2014 Latest news:
The roar of motocross bikes could be heard in Great Hockham over the Easter weekend, as the Norfolk & Suffolk Junior Motorcycle Club held its latest meeting.
More silverware has been added to Thetford RUFC’s trophy cabinet after a resounding 80-0 win at Fakenham.
The record books have been torn up at Cambridge City this season, by a former Norwich City academy player.
Stefan Donnelly will have to wait for another opportunity to race alongside his father Martin as their Lotus Elise’s engine blew up while qualifying for the Lotus Cup race at Snetterton when the former Formula One driver was at the wheel.
Thetford Town gave their Thurlow Nunn Premier Division survival hopes a huge boost on Saturday by beating fellow strugglers Woodbridge 2-1 at Mundford Road.
Two Ipswich sporting heroes will be taking centre stage at an event to help promote and celebrate Felixstowe’s involvement in the first ever Women’s Tour national cycling race.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez remains confident victory in their final three matches will secure Champions League football despite Arsenal holding the advantage.
Norwich City’s on-loan defender Joseph Yobo will miss the Premier League trip to Manchester United with the Nigerian international undergoing further treatment on a calf injury.
Robert Snodgrass is not about to go back on what he believes will earn Premier League survival – or that Norwich City still have what it takes to achieve it.
Norwich City find themselves thrust into another circus entirely out of their control after Manchester United’s decision to dismiss David Moyes.
You can tell the football season’s rapidly reaching its dying embers. Games are finishing in broad daylight, stomachs are gurgling under the weight of a nestful of chocolate eggs and the snooker’s started at The Crucible.