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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Lynn hit back to lift a league and cup double

Lynn, already crowned league champions for a sixth consecutive season, retained the cup they won in 2019 after hitting back from behind to beat...

Powering to twin world title glory

POWERLIFTING: A pair of West Norfolk weightlifters are celebrating world title glory. James Jeffries and Marcelo Seabra returned from the World Drug Free Powerlifting Championships...

GAMEs on for LAUDER

SPORT: The Veterans Games in Israel proved to be a real family affair for West Norfolk’s Pete Lauder. The GB Paralympic volleyball player and Scotland...

A real Pisa the action for Kerry

CYCLING: Sean Kerry has returned from a fundraising tour of Tuscany on behalf of the SJP Charitable Foundation. The foundation supports smaller UK-based charities, including disadvantaged...

Pierpoint sets out his plan

FOOTBALL: New King’s Lynn Town chief executive Barrie Pierpoint set out his 10-point plan for the future of the Linnets at a fans’ forum on...

A dream come true for Jack

SPEEDWAY: Rising Star Jack Thomas says his move to the Adrian Flux Arena is one of the high spots of his racing career so...

Injury-hit WNAC dig deep for third

ATHLETICS: A busy week for West Norfolk AC distance athletes saw them competing in a wide range of events across the county.  Evie Clayton continued...

Youth has plenty of punch

BOXING: King’s Lynn Youth enjoyed an encouraging time at the Norwich City show. Polly Booth, aged 15, took on Lexi Randall in her first bout and...

Galer makes the grade in new wheels

OVAL RACING: Super Stock Car Saturday did not disappoint last weekend at the Adrian Flux Arena. BriSCA F1 stock cars, two-litre saloons and National Ministox were...

St Martha’s put in a dynamic effort

CRICKET: St Martha’s emerged triumphant in the Town cluster of the West Norfolk School Sports Partnership’s Dynamos cricket tournament at North Runcton. It was the...