Piggy French, who grew up in Norfolk, leads the Two Star competition at the end of the dressage phase at Houghton International Trials.
Matt Henman took charge of Dereham Town for the last time after nine years but it was not a happy send-off, on the field at least, as the Magpies went down to a 3-2 defeat.
Dereham lost their last away game of the season to Ryman League North champions Brightlingsea Regent.
Dereham lost their penultimate home game against play-off chasing Thurrock at Aldiss Park - and now face another tough fixture today at champions Brightlingsea Regent,
Shereford teenager William Feneley has been handpicked to follow in the footsteps of Olympic champions Christine Ohuruogu and Mo Farah after being fast-tracked on to a sporting excellence scheme.
Dereham Taverners made history when they won the Norfolk Primary Cup for the third successive year.
Before this weekend Harri Kullas had never seen the Cadders Hill venue – but it is obviously to his liking.
Dereham threw away a two-goal lead but still gained a useful point against a team second in the table – a point which ensured the Essex side a place in the play-offs.
Jake Nicholls will out be out to impress in front of his local fans when he competes in round two of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship in Norfolk this weekend.
Dan Zelos justified swapping teams to contest this year’s Renault UK Clio Cup with two solid top 10 performances to leave Brands Hatch in joint sixth place in the series.
Promotion is in sight for Norfolk after a nail-biting victory over Wiltshire in their final home game in the Inter Counties Division Four match.
Dereham conceded four goals for the second week running as they slumped to defeat against play-off chasing Bowers & Pitsea.
Dereham lost out by the odd goal in seven in a match that contained a combination of excellent goals and errors.
Two poor goals cost Dereham the points at Aldiss Park.
Teenage goalkeeper Archie Bean was given a baptism of fire as he faced three penalties on is debut for Dereham Town.
After a disappointing debut season in the Renault UK Clio Cup last year Dan Zelos has switched teams for his second assault on the series with the aim of realising his full potential.
Two goals in the opening half an hour settled the issue in favour of Dereham Town.
Dereham Town picked up an excellent three points after a close game at fifth-placed Cheshunt.
There were wintry wins for Norfolk riders Emily Quantrill, Kieran Jarvis, Chris Skinner and Paul Groombridge at the final round of the King’s Lynn MTB 2006/17 Winter Series on Shouldham Warren near Downham Market.
A late goal cost Dereham the points in a tight game at Aldiss Park, writes Rene Kendal.
Dereham went down to a narrow defeat at home to Romford as the Magpies’ search for consistency goes on.
Joe Gatting’s goal early in the second half saw Dereham bring home the Ryman League Division One North points after a polished team performance.
Goals at the end of each half saw Norwich United win this frantic local derby to leapfrog Dereham into 13th position.
Dereham put in a fully committed performance and left the Texo Stadium with a deserved victory with Joe Gatting’s opener and a brace from Danny Beaumont doing the damage.
The points were shared in a tight local derby at Trafford Park, with Wroxham scoring seven minutes from time to secure a draw.
Dereham’s winning run in Ryman League Division One North came to an abrupt end when they were soundly beaten at Bayliss Avenue.
Dereham Town’s hopes of progressing in the FA Trophy were ended by fellow Ryman North Division side Brightlingsea Regent.
Dereham counted the cost of a disappointing second half performance as they went down at home to Bowers & Pitsea.
Two headed goals from defender Jake Anema helped Dereham progress to the next round of the FA Cup and bag the £3,000 prize money.
And then there was one...
The FA Cup dreams of Wroxham, Kirkley & Pakefield, Norwich United and Wisbech Town are over – while Dereham Town need a replay tomorrow night to reach the first qualifying round.
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