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Kings Lynn
Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Gould-en finish keeps Town top

FOOTBALL: A well-taken hat-trick by Harrison Brant helped Downham Town Blues u12 to a 6-2 win at Walpole. Ethan Gould also scored twice, including a...

Callum breaks 5K 16-minute barrier

ATHLETICS: Callum Stan-forth got Ryston Runners’ competition campaign off to a great start with a win in the first race of the 2018 Wroxham...

Olympic ambitions

WATER SPORT: A young West Norfolk windsurfer has taken the first steps on the route to Olympic glory. Luke Hayes, a pupil at St Clement’s...

No more second-hand kit for young squad

Proud young footballers will be kicking-off this season in style wearing a new kit. Reffley Red Under Eights have gone from playing in hand-me-downs to...

Youngsters get taste of high life

Thirty sports leaders from Smithdon High School helped host a taster day for Year 6 pupils. They supported Tracy Bower at the taster event for...

Students are doing it for kicks

MARTIAL ARTS: Kuk Sool Won of King’s Lynn students enjoyed a successful time at their latest gradings. Thirty black belts and advanced students from the...

Gayton made to dig deep

A blood and thunder Norfolk County FA Junior Cup tie went to form but only after a brave battle from underdogs Ingoldisthorpe. Anglian Combination Division...

Sea Eagles are soaring back

SWIMMING: Hunstanton Sea Eagles Swimming Club has become the Hunstanton hub, based at the Oasis centre, of the West Norfolk Swimming Club benefitting its...

School students get in the swing

SCHOOL SPORT: William Marshall and Dersingham primary schools are celebrating success in the Smithdon Cluster Trigolf finals. The small and large school winners will represent...

It’s high fives for Barker

SPEED SKATING: The outdoor season got off to a good start for Wisbech Inline SS at Tatem Park in Enfield. The success of the day...