Jake Watts hits double brace as Fakenham score eight at home.
Football’s finest are recognised and rewarded at glittering ceremony.
Linnets end a run of three successive defeats by taking the points in a five-goal National League thriller.
King’s Lynn Town come from behind to win at Maidenhead United this afternoon in a repeat of last season’s 3-2 scoreline at York Road.
Difficult weekend as the majority of club's sides lose their weekend fixtures
West Norfolk penalised with four yellow cards as Wymondham grab the points with late penalty.
Four successive defeats – and still without a home win – have left the Linnets in the National League drop zone ahead of trip to Maidenhead.
Lynn-born Rising Star reserve enjoyed his best-ever Premiership display by top-scoring with 13+2 points at Belle Vue.
Magpies make it seven wins in as many games to go five points clear at the top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division.
Experience proves vital as team register six goals in opening fixture.
Young Linnets through to the next stage after battling display.
KLSC Lynn Lionesses show off their 8:56 Foundation ‘It’s time to talk’ training tops, raising awareness for men’s mental health.
Linnets drop into the bottom two of the National League standings.
Boss says his side mustn't panic in the wake of their disappointing defeat to Wealdstone.
Two goals in either half see ladies make it back-to-back home wins and clean sheets at The Walks.
Fourth straight home defeat sees Linnets slip into bottom three of the National League standings.
Lynn-based side – depleted by a number of absentees – suffered a heavy loss against one of the title favourites.
Ladies and men's first teams both open their campaigns with wins.
Year 6 and 7 boys athlete crowned Quad Kids series champion.
Peterborough dominate from start to finish against depleted Lynn outfit.