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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Firth hits fine final flourish

Three North West Norfolk League Cup finals have been decided.Riverside made it to the Division Two final courtesy of Steven Firth’s strike and will meet Lynn Napier, who won 3-1 against William Burt.In...

St Martha’s quick to earn county title

SCHOOL SPORT: St Martha’s Primary School have been crowned Norfolk Winter School Games County quicksticks champions. The whole of the Gaywood school’s team consists of players from Pelicans Junior section and...

Stars septet take to track

SPEEDWAY: You can get up close to the 2013 King’s Lynn Stars team before the Sky Sports Elite League season starts against local rivals Peterborough on March 29.After Wednesday’s...

Topinka’s top-class farewell

SPEEDWAY: It was a fitting tribute to a King’s Lynn speedway legend as Tomas Topinka bade farewell to his fans at the Norfolk Arena.The new season opener for...

Linnets stay in title hunt

FOOTBALL: The wintry weather robbed King’s Lynn Town of the chance to prove their pedigree against Evo-Stik Division One South leaders Coalville on Tuesday.On Saturday, a 0-0 draw...

Juniors give Rovers a run

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Community Football’s elite football squads had a busy Saturday, hosting six fixtures against League One side Doncaster Rovers.The U8s, U9s, U10s, U11s, U12s and U13s at Lynnsport Leisure Park...

Jezeph is the match winner

FOOTBALL: Dersingham Rovers moved within two points of Anglian Combination leaders Blofield on Tuesday with a well-earned 2-1 win at Sheringham.Matty Blake and Chris Maslin caused problems with their pace, but...

Plumb’s line

FOOTBALL: Downham Town had to weather an unexpected storm from Thurlow Nunn League Division One whipping boys Cornard on Saturday.Downham dominated the first half but had only a 40th-minute strike from...

Big cats pounce on Arena

STOCK CARS: Banger racing returns to the Norfolk Arena tomorrow, 6pm. A new format of banger racing is to be tried in the shape of an ‘all Jaguar’ format.The ‘big...

Plant grows into his place

ATHLETICS: Four Ryston Runners competed for Norfolk in the Inter Counties Cross Country Championships at Birmingham, on Saturday.Late selection Che Plant, called up as a reserve competitor, justified his place...