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Kings Lynn
Friday, January 18, 2019

Swift Stars return for Andersen

SPEEDWAY: King’s Lynn Stars have rewarded hard-working Kasper Andersen with a place in their 2019 Premiership side. Andersen missed the second half of last season...

Top times tumble across the board for Renegades

ATHLETICS: The Renegade Runners were busy getting one more race in before the new year with a good turnout at the Marham 10k on...

West ease to derby success

RUGBY UNION: West Norfolk started the year in the best possible fashion with a strong performance to beat a tough Fakenham side 48-17. The emphatic...

Poppies hold out for draw

FOOTBALL: It was a festive stalemate at The Walks on Saturday as King’s Lynn Town and Central Premier League promotion rivals Kettering Town battled...

My wish list for sport in 2019

Happy New Year to you all. I hope you had a lovely festive period and the big man brought you everything you dreamed of opening...

Turner leaves Wasps still looking for a win

TABLE TENNIS: The Christmas break from scheduled action gave teams in the IBA King’s Lynn League the chance to catch up on outstanding fixtures. In...

Heartbreak at the double

2018 provided so many highs – especially for King’s Lynn’s two biggest sporting institutions. But it was a case of so near, yet so...

Marriott is Boxing clever

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town served up a festive feast in front of their own fans as they put regional rivals Lowestoft Town to the...

Lambert signs up as captain

SPEEDWAY: Talismatic Robert Lambert has been confirmed as King’s Lynn Stars’ first signing for 2019. The popular young British rider has again been handed the...

A hard but fun night for Heacham players

TABLE TENNIS: A hard bat fun night at Heacham Public Hall finished the first half of the Heacham League season.  Players wore different types of...