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Skipper Imogen is definitely a keeper

Springwood Sixth Form student Hayley Senter returns to our sports pages as she pens her second column for the Your Corner student initiativeStarting out...

A vintage show in Nuneaton

ATHLETICS: Four gallant women from Ryston Runners made the journey to Nuneaton for a Masters Inter-Area match.The popular fixture has not been held since...

Football

Clenchwarton celebrate glory

Football: Clenchwarton have been celebrating a successful season on the field for their 11 teams in the Mid Norfolk...

Chip King’s tasty return

FOOTBALL: Cameron King marked his return to fitness with the opening goal of a new season...

Fernandez signs in

FOOTBALL: Luis Fernandez is the latest player to join the Linnets revolution.The 19-year-old centre back...

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Junior Sport

New boys KLSC go ton up

FOOTBALL: Newly formed KLSC u12s have had a great season, winning all 12 of their Mid Norfolk Youth League games. They scored 111 goals and had just...

West lesson in Maori culture

RUGBY UNION: Haka Rugby Global will visit West Norfolk Rugby Club in July to deliver an unusual training camp to local children aged seven to...

Clenchwarton clinch title

FOOTBALL: Clenchwarton u15s have won their Mid Norfolk Youth League divisional title after losing just one game all season.After opening the campaign with a...

Virtual domination for West schools

SCHOOL SPORT: An absence of face-to-face sport competitions across the county meant West Norfolk schools had to compete ‘virtually’ in the Norfolk School Games...

Watlington aim to ‘rain’ supreme

FOOTBALL: Watlington u11s are looking to maintain an enjoyable season in the Mid Norfolk Youth League and will be staying dry in the process.That...

Angling

Nar Valley back with a bang

ANGLING: The new season at Nar Valley Fisheries started with a bang. The anglers choosing Fenn Lake as their starting venue were not disappointed, with...

Barbecue will mark end of trout season

ANGLING: Blackdyke Trout Fly Fishery are throwing an end-of-season barbecue as a mark of gratitude to their loyal customers.Niki Barton, co-owner of the Hockwold...

Winds are a test

ANGLING: Another great week at Blackdyke Trout Fly Fishery saw many anglers catching in the high single figures with a rod average of four.Stronger NE winds...
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