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Monday, September 24, 2018

Fryatt’s happy to step up

FOOTBALL: The hunt for the next King’s Lynn Town manager continues but stand-ins Neil Fryatt and Rob Back are happy to be keeping the...

Duhig enjoys bronze elevation

ATHLETICS: The second week of the World Masters Track and Field Championships in Spain came to a fine end for Ryston Runners AC life...

West take top spot with a solid show

RUGBY UNION: West Norfolk sit proudly at the top of the early-season Women’s National Challenge East One table after a 38-10 win at Woodbridge...

Super seven as Lynn find form

FOOTBALL: What a difference a few days made for King’s Lynn Town, writes Chris Milsom. Frazer Blake-Tracy’s late equaliser spared the Linnets from an embarrassing...

Palm Toft is confident ‘fortress’ will hold firm

King’s Lynn racer Michael Palm Toft insists the league and cup double is there for the taking, writes Nigel Pearson.  The Tru Plant Stars face...

Miller hits treble in CSKA rout

FOOTBALL: CSKA Emneth are leading the race for the mid-season split in the Walker Construction King’s Lynn Sunday League. With the top five teams being...

Seal weighs in a prolific catch

ANGLING: Now the weather has settled, Nar Valley Fisheries’ Lake Geneva has hit the high notes with some impressive carp gracing members’ nets.  Regular member...

Full house for Alexander

MOTOR SPORT: Teenage race ace Aaron Alexander completed another whitewash in a hugely successful karting season in Leicestershire at the weekend. Alexander was in action...

Linnets part company with Clark

King's Lynn Town have terminated the contract of manager Simon Clark with immediate effect after a disappointing start to the new season. The 51-year-old replaced...

Shot-shy Linnets in need of lift

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town manager Simon Clark is calling on his players to be brave and work even harder in an effort to end...