March 8 2014 Latest news:
Reepham Raiders Dodgeball Club have slipped to third in the UK Dodgeball Association Premier League following the fourth round of matches this season in Coventry.
Amateur jockey Ryan Winks’ winning smile illuminated the dark skies at wet and windy Fakenham yesterday when he landed the feature race on Dashing George.
Trainer Venetia Williams and jockey Aidan Coleman have notched up winners galore recently and the combination eye a double on Fakenham’s seven-race card this afternoon.
Norfolk’s Mervyn King played some of the best bowls of his career at the weekend - but he still didn’t manage to add a second world indoor title to his collection at Potters Resort, Hopton-on-Sea.
Pembrokeshire trainer Peter Bowen has a habit of making his lengthy trips to Fakenham worthwhile, as his eight wins from 17 runners at the course since the start of the 2010/11 season proves.
Two of Wisbech Town’s players who have played at Wembley are as excited as any of their team-mates about the chance of playing at the home of football.
Wisbech Town joint-boss Dick Creasey is honest enough to admit that their FA Vase quarter-final opponents’ form this season has been sensational.
Relieved King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he’s feeling mixed emotions over Ryan Fryatt’s injury.
Norwich City face Stoke City at Carrow Road today in the Premier League (3pm) and you can follow the game, and join in, at www.pinkun.com/live
Jonny Howson is acutely aware Norwich City’s squad have a duty of care to do everything they can to keep the Canaries in the Premier League.
Chris Hughton saw nothing in Norwich’s implosion at Aston Villa to alter his conviction the Canaries will survive in the Premier League.
I have never understood why they call those rectangles in front of the dug outs at football grounds, the technical areas.