April 17 2014 Latest news:
Tim Pendle from Norwich Canoe Club has staked his claim for the Rio 2016 Olympics with a win in the senior men’s 1,000 metres K2 National Championship.
Three gold medals, one silver, two bronze and a world record – not a bad haul for Norwich athlete Carole Filer at the World Masters Indoor Championships, you could say.
Gorleston remain firmly in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race thanks to a 3-1 win over leaders Hadleigh.
Norfolk’s under-15 boys team claimed a national title in the Sportshall UK final in dramatic fashion.
Norwich Swan Swimming Club’s most successful swimmer Laura Marzolini will begin her bid for glory at the British Gas Swimming Championships today.
Former Norwich City midfielder Phil Mulryne has taken an important step in his training to become a Catholic priest.
Winger Elliott Bennett is set to continue his injury comeback tonight when Norwich City Under-21s take on their Manchester United counterparts at Old Trafford tonight.
Goalkeeper John Ruddy has urged his Norwich City team-mates to take inspiration from Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
A trio of Ipswich boxers are set to showcase their talents on TV in the Queensbury Boxing League this weekend.
Dagenham & Redbridge have made a move to boost home crowds at Victoria Road by slashing terrace season ticket prices for the 2014-15 campaign, as long as they are bought before May 30.
Norwich City must thwart the most fearsome strike pairing in Europe this weekend but Neil Adams’ brave approach at Fulham was a positive opening gambit in attempting to address his club’s meagre output.