Great Yarmouth kept their outside hopes of avoiding relegation from the top flight of the Norfolk League alive by claiming a timely win on Saturday.
Halvergate Cricket Club suffered a disappointing home loss against nine-player Gillingham on Saturday.
Halvergate returned to winning ways and claimed maximum points at home to Blundeston and Somerleyton in the Norfolk League on Saturday.
Vauxhall Mallards did not get the result they wanted on Saturday on their visit to Great Witchingham in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian League.
Halvergate Cricket Club remain unbeaten in Norfolk League Division Two East after a third win of the season at Somerleyton and Blundeston on Saturday.
A crime gang is facing jail after using stolen electricity to run one of Britain’s biggest ever cannabis farming operations, with one of the farms operating in North Walsham.
Today we can name and shame the first batch of motorists who have appeared in court after risking their own lives - and the lives of others - by drinking and driving.
Norfolk County Council says 392 schools in Norfolk currently have asbestos on their premises.
Work will begin on the night of Thursday, October 20 to replace the bridge movement joints on A143 Haddiscoe Viaduct.
The penultimate week of the Norfolk League season saw many promotion and relegation issues sorted, although not all, writes Mike Ridout.
A somewhat wetter weekend than last saw some games succumb to the bad weather in the Norfolk League, writes Mike Ridout.
Great Yarmouth eased to a comfortable win against Denver in Division One of the Norfolk League.
Snettisham and Caister are the pacesetters in Division One of the Norfolk League’s top-flight.
The new Norfolk Cricket League season began with lots of excitement as this year sees the league fully regionalised and covering the whole county, writes Mike Ridout.
New champions Happisburgh suffered a celebration hangover as they slipped to their first defeat of the season against Great Yarmouth.
May player-of-the-month winner Jamie Carter scored a mammoth 201 for unbeaten Happisburgh as the Division One leaders piled up 335-6 against bottom side Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway, who could only muster 190 in reply.
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