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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Runners-up Reffley keep a clean sheet

FOOTBALL: Reffley u15s came runners-up to a strong Peterborough team at a Heacham football tournament.  Reffley won four of their five games, drawing one, and...

CWA are united in Europe

FOOTBALL: College of West Anglia students have been busy building bridges on the international football stage. College staff took a team to Rome to participate...

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,...

Youngsters take time to get a grip

ROLLER HOCKEY: Rink conditions proved tricky for King’s Lynn Senior C team in Division Two of the Eastern Counties League at Manningtree. Lynn went down 6-2...

Kicking off in Watlington

FOOTBALL: The next generation of footballers are kicking off in style at Watlington. The club introduced mini kickers training sessions for youngsters aged five-nine...

Children get their chance of World Cup joy

FOOTBALL: West Norfolk youngsters are keeping active by competing in regular World Cup tournaments. But they are having to travel no further than Woottons Park...

Steaming in for a rail race

ATHLETICS: Tim Rudd and Bailey Took were chasing the train on Sunday.  The Ryston Runners pair took part in the annual event from Aylsham to...

West enjoy best county show

SWIMMING: The largest ever team from West Norfolk Swimming Club took part in the Norfolk County ASA Championships and Age Group Championships at The...

World Cup winners

World Cup action arrived in West Norfolk when King’s Lynn Soccer School hosted a tournament with players representing teams from around the world.  Many youngsters...

A real Posh look for Watlington

FOOTBALL: Watlington u10s have a smart new look and were able to show it off in style. The Mid Norfolk Youth League team have got...