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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Marquettes pair are Bellstars winners

BATON TWIRLING: Marquettes Baton Twirlers Grace Meadows-Flint and Scarlette Burton proved themselves on the floor of competition at the Bellstars Invitational in Kent.  The Downham...

First top-level gold medal for Wakefield

BADMINTON: Harry Wakefield struck gold at the under 15 Gold event in Buckinghamshire.  The 13-year-old West Norfolk Junior Badminton player, who is sponsored by Top...

Pupils take keysteps at gymnastics

GYMNASTICS: Teams from South Wootton and West Lynn were among 16 schools competing in the Primary Keysteps Gymnastics Finals at the Norfolk School Games at UEA Sportspark. Each...

More power for Reffley u7s

FOOTBALL: Reffley Youth u7s are looking electric in their new training and away kit. The youngsters’ new outfits have been sponsored by Ben Webber, of BW...

GALLERY: Gymnasts show their abilities

GYMNASTICS: More than 400 gymnasts aged from 18 months to adults came together at Lynnsport on Saturday for the 2018 King’s Lynn Gymnastics Club...

Brant and Boyanov at double for Town

FOOTBALL: Two goals apiece from Harrison Brant and Vesko Boyanov helped Downham Town u13 to a Mid Norfolk Youth League victory at Reffley. Brant broke...

Rain fails to dampen enthusiasm at festival

TAG RUGBY: West Norfolk started the minis’ rugby festival season with a bang. Twelve clubs from across Norfolk and Suffolk descended on the club with 83 teams attending...

First US points for Clarke

MOTOR SPORT: Oliver Clarke is celebrating gaining his first points since moving to single seater racing in the USA from karting.  West Norfolk’s Clarke, 15,...

Giants fall at hands of coastal underdogs

FOOTBALL: Snettisham and Hunstanton led the giant-killing feats in the first round of the Norfolk County FA Junior Cup. The UK Van Solutions North West...

Custodians keep up appearances

FOOTBALL: More than 90 goalkeepers were in action at Downham Market Academy on Sunday. The school was hosting the third annual Keeper Wars tournament, organised...