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Kings Lynn
Friday, January 18, 2019

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...

Caribbean target is hit out of sight

CRICKET: Preparations continue apace for the West Norfolk Schools cricket tour of Barbados. The youngsters, from King Edward VII Academy, King’s Lynn Academy, Springwood High,...

Gold for West Norfolk AC trio

ATHLETICS: Eight West Norfolk AC athletes qualified to represent Norfolk at the Anglian Schools Athletics Championships. They helped their team to a third-place finish in...

Four in a row for Springwood athletes

Springwood High School dominated all four age groups at the West Norfolk Athletics Championships at Lynnsport to win the overall title by an incredible...

Grand title for Brown in Scotland

MARTIAL ARTS: Kuk Sool Won of King’s Lynn have followed up success in Scotland with a mass invasion of Norwich. Four of the school’s students...

Juniors lead Lynn to silver

TABLE TENNIS: King’s Lynn TTA youth teams enjoyed success at the Norfolk Inter-League Championships against teams from Norwich, Dereham, North Norfolk and Wisbech. In the...

Reffley and Tigers are winners

FOOTBALL: Reffley u15s are celebrating a perfect season, despite competing a year above their age group. The team were crowned champions of the Mid Norfolk...