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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Denver duo hit out for a huge win

CRICKET: Denver enjoyed a run-laden day as they romped to a 153-run win over Swardeston CEYMS in Division Five of the Norfolk Alliance on...

Future celebrated with nod to past

CRICKET: The past was celebrated as cricketers in Boughton prepared for a new era in the village. The village team has been re-formed and to...

Dahdwal’s all-round derby efforts are not enough

CRICKET: Stow remain third in the Premier Division of the Norfolk Alliance, despite suffering a narrow defeat in their home derby against North Runcton. Chasing...

High’s 138 is not enough to lower Town’s colours

CRICKET: Derby honours went to runaway Norfolk Alliance leaders Downham Town in their clash with Stow. But it was a close run thing with Town...

Caribbean target is hit out of sight

CRICKET: Preparations continue apace for the West Norfolk Schools cricket tour of Barbados. The youngsters, from King Edward VII Academy, King’s Lynn Academy, Springwood High,...

KES’ Caribbean cricket crusaders

CRICKET: Young cricketers from West Norfolk are hitting the reggae beat as they get ready for a cricketing calypso in the Caribbean. King Edward VII...

Charity bowled over

CRICKET: Downham Town CC’s annual cricket week raised £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support and a cheque has been handed over to the town’s fund...

N Runcton win by five runs

CRICKET: Brooke won the toss against North Runcton and elected to bat in friendly conditions. Ben Coote (3-27) and Ben Skipper (2-53) bowled to assert...

Ben and Dean hit tons in vain

CRICKET: North Runcton were left cursing the weather as they were denied an emphatic finish to their Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season. Ben Coote (123no)...

Brassett’s show is in vain

Captain Pete Brassett led by example for Dersingham against North Runcton A in Division Four of the Norfolk Alliance. But his 7-24 return was not...