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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Barcelona date for Lynn elite

Top junior players from throughout West Norfolk enjoyed a taste of the European high life. Twenty-four players from King’s Lynn Community Football’s u15/u16 elite football programme spent four days in Barcelona, home...

Ellis leaves it late for glory

Joey Ellis proved the Reffley u9 Blues hero with a late winner in the Mid Norfolk Youth League Sub Cup. That was enough to complete a 3-2 victory over...

Downham seek staff

Downham Town are seeking managers/coaches for a new u7s team and the existing u9 team. All the club’s coaches are FA Level 1 qualified but new coaches will be put through the...

Moyle sets up Woottons for victory

The Woottons had to work hard to earn all the Mid Norfolk Youth League U10 points with a 1-0 victory over Downham Town. This fixture is always well contested and...

Linnets on brink of glory

Promotion is firmly in King’s Lynn Town’s hands after a 2-0 win over Sutton Coldfield put them in pole position in Division One South of the Evo-Stik League on Saturday. Dan...

Terrington and Maltings celebrate

League champions faced County Cup finalists in the West Norfolk Scaffolding Sunday League Division One Cup final at Fakenham Town. It was champions Terrington who proved victorious, but they needed extra time to...

Seal delivers

A strong second-half show from Dersingham earned a 2-1 win at Woottons u10s. Woottons keeper Ryan Massey made an excellent save before James Sutton put Dersingham ahead. Harry Carter equalised but Joshua Seal struck the...

Double defeat for Downham

Two goals in four minutes condemned Downham Town to defeat against Thurlow Nunn League Division One champions-elect Cambridge University Press on Tuesday. The West Norfolk side had matched their high-flying hosts for...

Cup hopes end

Tilney’s Charlie Day Cup hopes are over after a 2-1 home defeat to Birchwood but they remain firmly in the promotion hunt from Division Four of the North West Norfolk...

Lynn fail to step up challenge

King’s Lynn Town missed the chance to go top of the Evo-Stik League One South on Monday as they crashed to a 4-1 defeat at Stamford. With leaders Coalville only managing a...