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Norfolk Closed Tournament 2015, under nines, from left, Darcie Jarmy (third), Isabella Taylor (first), Georgie Cohen (second).

Almost 200 compete in annual Norfolk Closed tournament

The annual Norfolk Closed week drew to an end with numerous finals at East Anglian Tennis and Squash Club in Norwich.

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Norfolk triathlete Kimberley Morrison who is going professional, pictured at Whitlingham Outdoor Education Centre. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Professional status continues great story for rising Norfolk triathlon star Kimberley Morrison

The next chapter in the inspiring story of north Norfolk triathlete Kimberley Morrison has begun, after the 27-year-old announced she is to begin competing as a professional.

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Sunday session of the Farmers Jam 2014 at Norfolk Snowports Club, Trowse. Photo: Steve Adams

Farmers Jam set for 15th annual celebration of skiing and snowboarding

Skiers and snowboarders from across the UK are preparing to make the trip to Norfolk for an annual festival that has become a firm fixture in the calendar.

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Cricket action from the East Anglian Premier Cricket League between Norwich CC and Vauxhall Mallards. Devon Conway bowling for Vauxhall Mallards.


Swardeston’s heavy defeat throws EAPL title race wide open

The race for the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League title was thrown wide open on Saturday when leaders Swardeston slumped to a heavy defeat as all their rivals were picking up a bumper haul of points.

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Action from Kirkley & Pakefield's 1-0 win at Fakenham Town, orange, last weekend. Picture: TONY MILES

FA Cup: Late goal earns replay for Norwich United, as Wroxham and Fakenham prepare to clash

Matt Blake struck a late equaliser to keep Norwich United in the FA Cup last night.

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Norwich City FC

Northern Ireland's Kyle Lafferty (left huddle) celebrates scoring his side's third goal of the game with his team-mates during the UEFA European Championship Qualifying match at the Torsvollur, Torshavn. Picture date: Friday September 4, 2015. See PA story SOCCER Faroe Islands. Photo credit should read: John Walton/PA Wire.

Lafferty on target as Northern Ireland claim a vital win

Norwich City striker Kyle Lafferty’s sixth goal of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign helped Northern Ireland to a 3-1 victory over the Faroe Islands and moved them to the verge of a place in European Championship Finals in France next summer.

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England's Nathan Redmond (front) and USA's Alonso Hernandez battle for the ball during the Under-21 international friendly at Deepdale, Preston. Picture: Nigel French/PA Wire.

International round-up: Norwich City’s Nathan Redmond helps England U21s to victory over USA U23s

Norwich City wideman Nathan Redmond played for 61 minutes as England Under-21s beat USA Under-23s 1-0 in a friendly at Deepdale last night.

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Jacob Murphy of Norwich and Orel Dgani of Maccabi Haifa in action during the pre season friendly match at Kufstein Arena, Kufstein. Photo: Paul Chesterton

Jacob Murphy is a big hit at Coventry

Jacob Murphy has been tipped to become a major player for Coventry City.

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Lewis Hamilton on track at Monza ahead of the 2015 Italian Grand Prix [Picture: Mercedes-Benz]

F1 2015 Monza Italian Grand Prix: Hamilton quickest in practice

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton set the practice pace on the opening day of the 2015 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon alongside Kevin Nugent (left) at Newport County (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Orient expect ‘difficult game’ at Exeter

Brisbane Road boss is certain Paul Tisdale’s Grecians will provide a tough test at St James Park

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Sports Columnists

The injured Youssouf Mulumbu is already missed  which proves how vital he will be to the Canaries this season. Photo: PAUL CHESTERTON

Eight fewer players in the squad but have Norwich City emerged stronger?

Fifteen players out, seven players in. A total of £10m spent and £6m put in the coffers – if you count every single deal done, from senior to younger, fringe players.

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