September 1 2014 Latest news:
Host Gavin Caney focuses on what is sure to be a remarkable afternoon of cricket during tomorrow’s final day of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season.
Teenage duo Harrison Futter and Harry Bammant have batted their way into the record books at Fakenham Cricket Club.
Fakenham’s Rebecca Clark took third place in the Riding Horse Hack class at the South Essex Insurance Broker’s (SEIB) Search for a Star 2014 qualifier, held at Houghton Hall Equestrian and Alpaca Centre in Cambridgeshire.
The area’s two biggest clubs could both be celebrating on Saturday if they upset the odds and lift their respective championships.
Striker Ben Boyce’s early-season form is showing just why he was given a second chance at Fakenham Town, says manager Wayne Anderson.
Wroxham had to come from behind before defeating Great Yarmouth in a pulsating FA Cup derby.
Norwich City may be close to completing their central defensive search with Arsenal’s Spanish youth international Ignasi Miquel poised to undergo a medical ahead of a proposed Carrow Road move.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City have to make do with their first draw of the Championship campaign, at home to the cultured Cherries.
Neil Adams admitted Norwich City paid a heavy price for one lapse of concentration in a 1-1 Championship home draw against Bournemouth.
Seems to me we have a day for everything: people who are left-handed, towels (oh yes), fathers, mothers, mosquitos, cat and toilets. And many more.