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Monday, November 12, 2018

Mason, Parnell and Pegg lead Scaffolders’ charge

TABLE TENNIS: Pegg Scaffolding are keeping the pressure on at the top of the IBA King’s Lynn League. They sit joint top with Ziggys on...

A lunch to savour for club

BOWLS: President Peter Griffiths and vice-president Lesley Stringer gave out the awards at the annual presentation lunch of King’s Lynn Bowls Club at the...

Two down, two to go

MOTOR SPORT: A maximum points haul secured another title for West Norfolk race ace Aaron Alexander in Oxfordshire. The King Edward VII Academy pupil, 13,...

Wright’s impressive mirror

ANGLING: Downham Market & District Angling Association’s Lake 3 at Wallington Hall has been producing some good-sized carp over the last week or so.  New...

Crusade ends badly for West

RUGBY UNION: West Norfolk travelled to Crusaders with high hopes of rebuilding from the narrow defeat to London & South East League Three Eastern...

Culverhouse makes surprise return to the Linnets

In a dramatic turn of events, King’s Lynn Town have re-appointed Ian Culverhouse as manager, writes Chris Milsom. The former Norwich City star will joined...

A legend bows out

Some people don’t have to hang around that long to make a legacy. He might have only played 57 times for King’s Lynn Town but...

Pyatt earns victory in M40 category

ATHLETICS: Matt Pyatt was first M40 finisher in the Fenland 10-mile Road race in West Walton on Sunday. He was one of had 15 runners from King’s Lynn-based...

Fryatt hails Youth Cup battlers

FOOTBALL: Neil Fryatt was a proud man after seeing his King’s Lynn Town team hold their own against professional opponents for much of their...

Rix maintains perfect record in whitewash

TABLE TENNIS: Ian Rix kept his 100 per cent record as Sedgeford Savages had a big win over Ringstead Raiders in the Heacham League.  Team...