April 17 2014 Latest news:
Matisso Karro proved to be the master of Cadders Hill as he swept to pole position, and two victories from three MX2 races at round two of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship yesterday. He only failed to take a clean sweep after crashing early in the opening race as he tried to make up for a poor start.
Young Norfolk player Mollie Patterson has been chosen to represent England in the Primary Schools International tournament in Jersey next month.
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.
An Exmouth man is set to feature on the bill of the Cage Warriors Fight Night 11 being held in Amman, Jordan, on April 18.
Last week saw a marathon run of four days of finals played at Madeira as the indoor season comes to its conclusion, writes Catherine King.
Last week the Symes, Robinson and Lee League Presentation Evening bought the curtain down on an enjoyable and successful competition.
Liverpool are hopeful striker Daniel Sturridge will be fit for this Sunday’s Premier League clash against Norwich City at Carrow Road.
Norwich City’s Premier League survival rests on belief, as far as Michael Turner is concerned – and while new boss Neil Adams helped emphasise the point, the Canaries centre-back is looking forward to proving the point.
Neil Adams will relish the task of trying to plot Liverpool’s downfall in an epic Carrow Road game which carries repercussions at both ends of the Premier League.
You can almost see it now. Stephen Fry is considering what to do next after the shambles that was Norwich City’s performance against West Brom.