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Kings Lynn
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Quickfire Linnets fly high

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town sit high and proud in second place in the early Southern League table. Ian Culverhouse’s new-look team kicked off their campaign...

Cooler days herald big catches

ANGLING: Cooler summer weather has switched on the fish at Nar Valley Fisheries this week. Fenn Lake has consistently produced carp to 25lb and Doug’s...

Captain’s away day is successful

GOLF: Ryston Park ladies enjoyed a successful time at their ladies captain’s away day and picnic at Hovenden Park Golf Club in Fleet, near...

Linnets finish on a high

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town ended their pre-season campaign with a hard-earned 1-0 victory at Lowestoft Town on Saturday. A well-worked team goal in the second...

Reserve drive provides two wins for Wright

MOTOR SPORT: Phil Wright overcame the odds to earn two wins at Cadwell Park. The West Norfolk-based Clio 182 Championship driver was at the picturesque...

Poulter proves his pedigree

GOLF: Family pedigree was proved by Danny Poulter as he fired his way to victory in King’s Lynn Golf Club’s annual Pro-Am. The European Tour...

No washout despite rain’s intervention

TRIATHLON: Heavy overnight rain forced a change to the annual King’s Lynn Tri Club Invitational Tri. The popular event is normally a 1km swim, 36km...

Ronnie rides to glory after having to borrow a pony

EQUESTRIANISM: Just a year after taking up para-showjumping, a Clenchwarton youngster has won a major competition, despite having to borrow a pony. Twelve-year-old Ronnie Robinson...

Titles all the way for WISS

SPEED SKATING: West Norfolk speed skaters returned from the British Outdoor Championships with a string of honours. Sixteen members of Walpole Highway-based Wisbech Inline Speed...

Reeve is on a roll

MOTOR SPORT: King’s Lynn’s AReeve Performance Motorsport are enjoying a successful season on the track. The Oldmedow Road-based team ran nine cars during the Brands...