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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Lawson hurt in Wolves crash

SPEEDWAY: King’s Lynn No.1 Richard Lawson suffered a suspected broken collarbone in heavy 54-36 defeat at Wolverhampton on Monday. The British ace crashed out of...

‘Stars are going nowhere’

SPEEDWAY King’s Lynn promoter Dale Allitt is pressing on with plans for 2022, writes Nigel Pearson. Owner Keith Chapman set alarm bells ringing at last...

Fans get a great reward

FOOTBALL: If you’re a King’s Lynn Town fan you would have to be quite pleased with a haul of three points from the busy...

Last-ball drama as title heads west

CRICKET: Downham Stow were crowned Norfolk Alliance champions in nail-biting fashion. They did all they could do, grabbing maximum points from a 65-run win at...

WNAC athletes gain 11 Norfolk medals

ATHLETICS: Eight of the nine West Norfolk AC members in action at the Norfolk Athletics Championships at the UEA SportsPark in Norwich returned with medals. Senior...

Alexander beats black flags to take championship lead

MOTOR SPORT: West Norfolk kart ace Aaron Alexander and his team mate Kieran Lambert, from Mansfield, are sitting pretty at the top of the...

Russell gets first F1 podium

MOTOR SPORT: George Russell claimed his first Formula 1 career podium finish at the Belgium Grand Prix on Sunday, finishing ahead of world champion...

Stars snap at Wolves’ heels

SPEEDWAY: Top gun Thomas Jorgensen was gutted but proud after going close to grabbing victory at the death in King’s Lynn’s 45-45 draw with...

Not such a fine margin for Linnets

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse admitted that ‘fine margins’ had cost his side in their National League opener against Southend United. The Linnets...

Fans need hooking as club are now minnows

FOOTBALL: King’s Lynn Town got their National League campaign under way on Saturday with a 1-0 defeat to former Football Leaguers Southend United. They gave...