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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Clarke is Czech-ing in

ICE HOCKEY: Ross Clarke is heading for the Czech Republic after being called up into the European Ice Hockey Development Camp. The grandson of Hilgay’s Molly and...

Browns’ TopSpynn baffles Heacham

TABLE TENNIS: TopSpynn remain top of the Barrett Doubles table in the IBA Protect King’s Lynn & District League. They enjoyed a comfortable 6-3 win...

Rust rattles Sheringham

FOOTBALL: Tim Pepper’s goal was not enough to stop Dersingham Rovers dropping back into bottom spot in Division One of the Anglian Combination. A 4-1...

Canaries return for new boss

FOOTBALL: Ian Culverhouse is on his way back to Carrow Road after his King’s Lynn Town team booked a place in the Norfolk Senior...

New name but same aims

BADMINTON: Members of West Norfolk Community Sports (WNCS) went to Watlington Badminton Club to see where they had spent a grant from the West...

Wests are muddy marvels

RUGBY UNION: For the third Sunday in a row, tired bodies were put to the test against a determined and irrepressible side. And once again West...

Linnets get off to a flier

FOOTBALL: New manager Ian Culverhouse had much to cheer on his home debut as King’s Lynn Town saw off Stratford Town 2-0. It was a...

Rowers on course in Norwich

ROWING: Windy weather and a meandering River Yare course met the six crews from West Norfolk Rowing Club at the Norwich Head of the...

New boss suffers a big Hitch

FOOTBALL: The post-Gary Setchell era at King’s Lynn Town could not have started in worse fashion for new manager Ian Culverhouse. The Linnets conceded four...

Lynn journey starts for Culverhouse

FOOTBALL: New Linnets manager Ian Culverhouse knew he had a big task ahead of him when he agreed to sign in at The Walks...