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Archie King
The Thetford Dophins swimmers that swam in the Copeman Cup final. Picture: STEVE KING

Thetford Dolphins Junior swimmers travelled to Dereham in the A final of the Norfolk Junior League for the Copeman Cup and put in a very good performance against strong opposition to finish a creditable fourth place.

Rob D

Thetford’s first team went into the game knowing that league position meant nothing and Bury were going to be a stern test.

Josh Clark
Bury Bowl hosted Mellis in Division One of the Plastic Trade Frames Bury Sunday League but went down to a 3-1 defeat.

Bury Bowl hosted Mellis in Division One of the Plastic Trade Frames Bury Sunday League but went down to a 3-1 defeat.

Norton
Bridgham United went down to a 4-3 defeat against Castle Acre Swifts. Picture: ARCHANT

Bridgham United were involved in a real game of two halves at Castle Acre Swifts in Division Two of the Central & South Norfolk League.

Thetford Town Boxing Clubs Milo Claylost to Sean Pavitt from Braintree last weekend.

For the first time in 25 years a boxer from Thetford has represented their hometown club.

Sudbury

Norfolk Sport

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Action from Snowflake Sailing Club. Picture: IAN SYMONDS

Snowflake Sailing Club held a single 90-minute race for all classes with the Dugdale Memorial Trophy up for grabs for the winning boat after handicaps had been applied.

Dave Horton-Jones with youngsters from the Wymondham Judo Club. Picture: WYMONDHAM JUDO CLUB

Youngsters have had a martial arts master class from an expert at the Wymondham Judo Club.

It was second against third as Wensum D played Dynamic Rams A in Premier B of the Norwich and District League.

Norfolk County
Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town after seven years at the club's helm. Picture: Simon Moore/Focus Images

King’s Lynn Town will announced their new manager tomorrow – as fans, supporters are reporters alike took to Twitter to have their say on Gary Setchell’s sacking late on Tuesday night.

Gary Setchell
Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town. Picture: TIM SMITH

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has left the club, it has been confirmed.

Gary Setchell

Norwich City

Ian Culverhouse issues instructions to Simon Lappin during his time as Norwich City assistant. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Top-level experience remains a valued commodity in non-league football, and new King’s Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse has that in abundance.

Norwich
New King's Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse pictured on the sidelines at Carrow Road, during his time as assistant manager at Aston Villa, during a Premier League match in September 2013. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Former Norwich City and Aston Villa assistant manager Ian Culverhouse has been surprisingly announced as the new manager of King’s Lynn Town.

Wes Hoolahan scored a crucial penalty to seal an aggregate Championship play-off semi-final success over Ipswich Town in 2015. 
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil has never lost an East Anglian derby. None of his players have either, yet there is a palpable nervousness around this Sunday’s upcoming duel.

Alex Neil
Tom Lawrence scored twice in Ipswich Towns recent 2-2 draw with Reading but is suspended for the derby. Picture: Steve Waller

Top scorer Tom Lawrence will be a big miss for Ipswich at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Premier League

Columnists

Mon, 15:16
United Kingdom
Norwich's Jonny Howson looks dejected as the Burton players celebrate their sides second goal during the Sky Bet Championship match at the Pirelli Stadium. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

So that was Burton. Any excitement garnered from visiting a ground that Norwich City had never played at before quickly gave way to an all too familiar knot in the stomach.

John Ruddy mops up after denying Ayoze Perez with a stunning save against Newcastle. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Another week and another four valuable points for City, although a realistic assessment would be that this is still a side capable of overwhelming the weaker teams on its day, but with fundamental defensive frailties which can be ruthlessly exposed by opponents with more quality.

Nottingham
The 1967 Canaries, back row, left to right: Dave Stringer, Gordon Bolland, Laurie Brown, Kevin Keelan, Terry Allcock, Joe Mullett, Hugh Curran. Front: Mal Lucas, Mike Kenning, Don Heath, Laurie Sheffield, Tommy Bryceland, Terry Anderson. Photo: Archant Library

Half a century ago today, what was then considered a minor miracle occurred at Old Trafford.

Norwich
Cameron Jerome looked like a man on a mission after getting his chance against Newcastle United. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

It was a random fixture change. An exciting fixture too. The prospect of Norwich City taking on Huddersfield under floodlights and in front of the live Sky Sports cameras will be one of the key evenings this season.

Cameron Jerome has been back to his best for City.  Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

So have you got your breath back yet then?!

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Yesterday, 11:53
The Thetford Dophins swimmers that swam in the Copeman Cup final. Picture: STEVE KING

Thetford Dolphins Junior swimmers travelled to Dereham in the A final of the Norfolk Junior League for the Copeman Cup and put in a very good performance against strong opposition to finish a creditable fourth place.

Read more
Archie King
Yesterday, 10:45
Thetford Town Boxing Clubs Milo Claylost to Sean Pavitt from Braintree last weekend.

For the first time in 25 years a boxer from Thetford has represented their hometown club.

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Sudbury
Yesterday, 11:47
Rob D

Thetford’s first team went into the game knowing that league position meant nothing and Bury were going to be a stern test.

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Josh Clark
Yesterday, 10:36
Applications are open for the Breckland 10K event later this year. Robert Chenery will be looking to defend his title from 2016. Picture: SUPPLIED

Applications are open for Thetford Athletics Club’s annual road race, the Breckland 10k.

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Daniel Clouston
Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town after seven years at the club's helm. Picture: Simon Moore/Focus Images

King’s Lynn Town will announced their new manager tomorrow – as fans, supporters are reporters alike took to Twitter to have their say on Gary Setchell’s sacking late on Tuesday night.

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Gary Setchell

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