The away side were reduced to 4-3 but a stand of 150 in just 20 overs revitalised them with another player who hit 80 with four sixes.
They were winners with a maximum points haul against visitors who had started the day level on points with Downham Stow while Fakenham also won.
The rider, who is back in British racing, will line up for the Premiership clash with leaders Ipswich replacing compatriot Niels-Kristian Iversen.
The England Age Group National Athletics Championships took place at Bedford International Stadium on a scorching hot day.
King's Lynn Stars rider is back in their squad and hopes to ride in derby.
Lord Bellingham backs Liz Truss for Tory leader, Hunstanton, ancestry and Lynnsport trees are the subjects; viewpoint is at: email@example.com.
Peter Woodhouse reviews BBC cricket broadcaster Jonathan Agnew's solo tour which bowled up to Hunstanton.
The Breckland village was one of many local areas affected when fires broke out on the hottest UK day ever recorded.
The Lynn News captured pictures of the royal couple visiting Sandringham Flower Show, as crowds flocked to the first one held after a two-year break.
The West Acre novel and non-fiction writer has penned A Season in West Norfolk which chronicles cricket from all over our circulation area.
'Gladiators, ready', circus skills, climbing wall and rodeo bull were some of the activities for 270 Year 8 students who completed a programme.
A first floor room mainly used by children at the refurbished West Norfolk base was named in honour of a driving force at the charity.
Some of the placements have included the Walt Disney corporation, Boots, British Sugar, Nestle, Jaguar Land Rover and the National Grid.
Other teams or areas to feature in the weekly nostalgia look-back are the Linnets, Denver, Fairstead, Terrington, Wimbotsham and Heacham.
Truss vs Sunak and other politics plus Lynnsport trees are among the subjects. More letters are welcome; viewpoint is at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The community project earned recognition for its garden design based on the theme of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at a well-known flower show.
Lynn, who hope to make a signing soon, for long spells seemed likely to secure at least a league point and twice took the lead at Monmore Green.
'Ne’er a hair out of place' says the firm after these additions to its hair styling range which have environmentally friendly reusable tins.
The Swedish firm behind the farm proposes a new layout which means one fewer converter station to be built and minimises the site's visual impact.
Two locations in Hunstanton plus three in Lynn make the international quality mark for green spaces – so flags will be raised accordingly above them.