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Kings Lynn
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Stanforth stamps his authority for a repeat

ATHLETICS: Ten of Ryston Runners’ senior athletes were absent from the second event in the club’s cross country grand prix series on Sunday, instead...

Searles earn pro-am success

GOLF: The Searles family dominated Heacham Manor’s Pro Am tournament. The hotel’s fourth pro-am saw 11 PGA professionals descend on the course, with each one...

Culverhouse makes surprise return to the Linnets

In a dramatic turn of events, King’s Lynn Town have re-appointed Ian Culverhouse as manager, writes Chris Milsom. The former Norwich City star will joined...

Pyatt earns victory in M40 category

ATHLETICS: Matt Pyatt was first M40 finisher in the Fenland 10-mile Road race in West Walton on Sunday. He was one of had 15 runners from King’s Lynn-based...

Fryatt hails Youth Cup battlers

FOOTBALL: Neil Fryatt was a proud man after seeing his King’s Lynn Town team hold their own against professional opponents for much of their...

Clarke mixes with F1 stars

MOTOR SPORT: West Norfolk race ace Oliver Clarke is celebrating an amazing four days in America. The Iceni Academy, Methwold, pupil was in action in...

Rain fails to dampen enthusiasm at festival

TAG RUGBY: West Norfolk started the minis’ rugby festival season with a bang. Twelve clubs from across Norfolk and Suffolk descended on the club with 83 teams attending...

Winners galore collect their awards

GOLF: Dozens of players celebrated successes at the annual King’s Lynn Golf Club presentation night.  Winners were: 2017 – Put and Take: Ann Lawman, Carl Purdy.  2017/2018...

All work and play makes Jack happy lad

GOLF: It’s all in a day’s work for King’s Lynn golfer Jack Yule as he continues to test himself in the professional ranks. The Lynn...

Golden double for Flanagan

MARTIAL ARTS: Five members of King’s Lynn’s Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do enjoyed medal-winning performances at the TAGB South East Championships in Guildford. A...