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Kings Lynn
Thursday, June 29, 2017

Students’ winning efforts

SPORT: The College of West Anglia celebrated another successful year at the annual sports awards. The event, at Lynnsport, saw staff, students, family and friends...

Mann is top lady

GOLF: King’s Lynn ladies captain Sally Bettinson and vice-captain Rebecca Maylard enjoyed a bright and sunny day with the course in lovely condition for...

Stars get roasted by Cook

SPEEDWAY: New British champion Craig Cook led Belle Vue to victory at the Adrian Flux Arena on Wednesday. After Friday’s fine 49-41 win at Somerset,...

Barnett and Rugg set great examples

CYCLING: King’s Lynn Cycling Club juniors Bethany Barnett and Tye Rugg are setting a great example. The two 13-year-olds took part in the club’s 25-mile...

Stars are dimmed by absentees

SPEEDWAY: A heavily depleted King’s Lynn Stars side went down to rampant reigning champions outfit  Wolverhampton Wolves on Wedesday. The Stars, missing reserve pairing Simon...

Steve sets time trial pace

CYCLING: Conditions were tough for the competitors in this week’s King’s Lynn Cycling Club time trial. The event had been threatened by strong winds earlier...

Knights silence the Lions’ roar Cambridge Lions’ roar

RUGBY LEAGUE: The Black Knights played away at Cambridge Lions last Saturday with both teams agreeing to an early midday start as the referee...

KES academy hook chance to represent the county

ANGLING: KES Academy have been taking their competitive spirit to the fishing lakes this month, finishing second in the West Norfolk Schools angling competition,...

Veterans breed EMAC success across disciplines

ATHLETICS: West Norfolk AC veteran athletes had a successful home meeting in the second league match of the EMAC series at Lynnsport last Wednesday...

Lucy in the sky is flying

ATHLETICS: West Norfolk AC athletes took part in the Norfolk Schools Athletics Championships in Norwich on Sunday. Leading the way with a dominant 50.64m was...