Lowestoft Town have completed the signing of former Premier League defender Dean Leacock.
Norwich darts ace Darren Webster caused a major upset in the first round of the BetVictor World Matchplay at Blackpool by beating former champion James Wade.
Fabio Wardley proved there is such a thing as friendly rivalry between Norwich and Ipswich when he won his second outing as a pro.
Nathan Dale looks likely to campaign at lightweight in future after ending his eight-month absence from the ring at the weekend.
Zaiphan Morris was devastated after his hopes of a second title belt evaporated.
Iain Martell made an explosive start to his pro boxing career – with just one hand.
Craig Poxton is walking, talking, punching proof that when one door closes, another one opens – or in his case, two.
Five years ago, Norwich trainer Graham Everett joined forces with promoter Mervyn Turner, their mission to create regular fight nights in Norwich to help local boxers.
It may have been a frustrating start to the Norfolk Festival of Cricket but captain Chris Brown hopes Norfolk can replicate their performance levels in game two.
Swardeston lifted the NW Brown Norfolk Twenty20 trophy at Manor Park after a 72-run win over Great Witchingham.
There is a new name on Links Country Park’s Scratch Trophy – for the first time in seven years.
On the back of my column last week with regards to defining the difference between running and walking pace, I received a number of messages with mixed thoughts about this.
Aegon Summer County Cup action returns to Cromer Tennis Club next week.
Clubs around the region will be taking part in the Great British Tennis Weekend initiative on Saturday and Sunday.
Norfolk have everything to play for going into the final two matches of the Anglian League season.
After flaking out of it a couple of times I finally managed to get myself to one of Neil Featherby’s running groups this week.
Norfolk youngster Amelia Williamson has a medal to show for her efforts in the European Junior Team Championships in Finland.
This season’s Lady Mary Trophy Final will be contested by Brooke and Martham following contrasting semi-finals at the weekend.
Swardeston face the testing prospect of playing three matches in three days as they attempt to stay on course for a quadruple.
Norfolk’s teams and riders head to Brands Hatch this weekend for the British Superbike Championship.
The inaugural NMG Wensum Norwich 1 Star table tennis competition was held at Catton Grove Primary School.
Craig Poxton has a simple but effective philosophy when it comes to boxing: “train as hard as you can, fight as hard as you can, get as far as you can.”
Lowestoft Town were beaten 2-0 by the under-21 squad of League One club Southend United in their latest pre-season game at Crown Meadow.
The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you its 2017 British Formula 1 Grand Prix rreview.
A memorial football match in honour of a local legend and king of Norfolk sport Les King is expected to attract more than 100 players and raise thousands for a cancer support charity.
James Hillary was full of confidence heading to his home race at Snetterton in third place in the Fiesta Junior Championship only for an infuriating problem to intervene for the Shipdham racer.
King’s Lynn Stars’ Elite League meeting against Rye House this evening has been postponed.
George Russell could hardly have wished for a better outcome from his home GP3 race, leaving Silverstone with a 35-point championship lead and full of confidence for the rest of the season.
Time and tide waits for no man.
Entertainment was in short supply at Manor Park yesterday as the opening match of annual Norfolk Festival of Cricket fizzled out into the tamest of draws.
Two teams from Dereham Runners took part in a marathon-length ‘Ekiden’ relay race held in the grounds of Woodbridge School.
Dereham Golf Club’s junior members played for the Cuddihy Cup and the Silver Medal sponsored by Brian Cuddihy and club member Cindy Tufts.
Five women from Dereham’s Aldiss Park Bowls Club won through to the county championship finals at Carters Bowls Club, with two coming away as county champions.
Dereham A produced a battling performance to end table-topping Hayley East Anglia's unbeaten start to the season in West Norfolk League Division One.Electing to bat first, Dereham were soon 33-3, which brought together in-form skipper Neil Irons and A team debutant and Dereham FC manager Matt Henman.
An outstanding century from Devon Conway failed to secure a home victory for Vauxhall Mallards.
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