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Kings Lynn
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Mettam nets the winner

FOOTBALL: A flurry of goals highlighted King’s Lynn Town’s latest friendly, a 4-3 victory over Ipswich Town u23s on Wednesday. Toby Hilliard swept The Linnets...

White is a Rebel with a cause

FOOTBALL: Downham Market’s Jacob White is facing the biggest challenge of his young career after accepting the offer of a scholarship in the USA. White,...

Goals galore but charity is winner

FOOTBALL: Goalscoring was not a problem for two teams playing a day-long charity match at Lynnsport. Penny Wood Recycling’s team proved successful, coming out on...

Children get their chance of World Cup joy

FOOTBALL: West Norfolk youngsters are keeping active by competing in regular World Cup tournaments. But they are having to travel no further than Woottons Park...

Charity match is real marathon event

FOOTBALL: A 24-hour football marathon kicks off tomorrow in aid of mental health. Sam Penniston, of Penny Wood Recycling, is organising the event for a...

Linnets off to a flyer

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town fans will get their first chance to see the new look Linnets on Wednesday when the Canaries fly into town. Championship...

County glory for Linnets

FOOTBALL: Proud Linnets manager Ian Culverhouse heaped praise on his players after seeing his team bring a long season to an end with some...

Champion show sets up CSKA

FOOTBALL: With all cup finals, Division Two and all relegation and promotion issues settled, it left one small issue to be decided… the Double...

New players sought

FOOTBALL: Clenchwarton Navy u11 are celebrating after winning the Mid-Norfolk Youth League Cup. The club are already looking forward to next season and are looking for...

Sunday best for Hope

FOOTBALL: Michael Chow’s penalty proved to be a cup winner for England’s Hope. The Double G Clothing King’s Lynn Sunday League Cup final went in...