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Kings Lynn
Tuesday, June 28, 2022

College life pays off well

The sporting alumni at Lynn’s College of West Anglia is ever growing and ever impressive. And after a brilliant 2012, the college’s sports academies are looking to better the achievements this...

Pelicans hand out lesson to students

7-1 win at UEA looks to have secured Pelicans’ place in Division Two North of the East Men’s League. Pelicans always looked likely winners against an already-relegated but spirited UEA...

Flying start to season

King’s Lynn Roger Warnes Transport Stars riders enjoyed high-flying preparation to the new season on Friday. The team held a bonding session at Centre Parcs in Elveden. A session on the aerial...

Stars are on track for top class tribute

A mix of current and former Kings Lynn Stars favourites take to the Norfolk Arena track this evening in tribute to a popular former rider. The Ashley Jones Memorial meeting sees present Stars...

Jacob is a real cracker

New signing Dan Jacob has made an immediate impact for King’s Lynn Town, scoring in his first two games to put the Linnets right on the tail of Evo-Stik One South...

Downham left feeling frustrated

Downham Town’s hopes of climbing the Thurlow Nunn League Division One table were dashed twice in frustrating fashion this week. At leaders Newmarket on Saturday, Town went down to a single-goal defeat...

Lynn Reserves draw the crowds

In the Peterborough League on Tuesday, King’s Lynn Town Reserves pulled in a bigger crowd than the first team attracted at Chasetown. Only 188 turned up to see the match...

Tilney miss out in trophy treat

Tilney and Snettisham Maroons dished up a seven-goal North West Norfolk League cup treat. Their Division Four Cup semi-final was worthy of the final and saw Snettisham go through 4-3 after extra time. The visitors...

Rovers at heart of title race

An exciting race for the Anglian Combination title took another twist on Saturday with the top four teams in opposition. Dersingham Rovers beat morning leaders Blofield United 3-1 and are now...

Watkinson hits new heights

Hard preparation work at the Norfolk Arena on Saturday ensured the day’s bad weather failed to upset the All-Jaguar banger meeting. Wisbech’s Kevin McClagish (273) claimed a second in the first...