Downham Town made it five wins from as many games on Saturday to move top of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division.
The ladies took centre stage as Fakenham Racecourse staged its final national hunt meeting of the season on Sunday.
Swaffham Town manager Paul Hunt believes the future is bright at Shoemakers Lane.
In-form King’s Lynn Stars skipper Robert Lambert is preparing for a possible Great Britain appearance at Tuesday’s Speedway Cup of Nations round two.
King’s Lynn Town FC will open their pre-season programme by hosting Championship side Norwich City at The Walks.
A talented amputee goalkeeper is seeking financial help before embarking on a trip of a lifetime with England to the World Cup in Mexico.
King's Lynn Stars boss Dale Allitt was disappointed his side lost their unbeaten home record on Wednesday to Somerset.
The ladies will bring down the curtain on Fakenham’s National Hunt season on Sunday when the course holds its annual Jarrold Ladies Day.
Lynn threw victory away in a last-heat decider to suffer their first home defeat of the season in a tight affair on Wednesday.
In-form Downham Town pulled off a huge shock in the quarter-finals of the Carter Cup on Sunday when they knocked out holders Swardeston.
Stow were indebted to their spinners as they registered a fourth Norfolk Alliance Premier Division success on the bounce.
The King's Lynn Stars will be without Danish star Thomas Jorgensen for tonight’s (Wednesday) Premiership home fixture against Somerset.
Swaffham Town finished just four points short of promotion to the Eastern Counties top flight but still enjoyed a phenomenal 2017/18 season.
Russell Gill was also in exceptional form throughout the afternoon.
Downham Town’s 2017/18 campaign can be summed up perfectly in one word - progress.
Fakenham Town hope that relegation at the end of the 2017/18 season will see the club take one-step backwards to take two forward in the future.
The first of four table tennis coaching sessions were held in Heacham Public Hall.
West Norfolk table tennis ace Mollie Patterson enjoyed the perfect weekend at the Junior National Cup by winning all nine matches to take gold.
Half-a-dozen Ryston Runners members were greeted with almost perfect conditions the final race of the Yarmouth five-mile series.
The unassailable Jamie Standen claimed his five win in as many rides in Lynn Cycling Club's latest time trial at Tottenhill.