In a thrilling display of resilience,under-15 players from West Norfolk Rugby Club pulled off an extraordinary comeback against Shelford.
Jane Proctor bagged a treble as Pelicans warmed up for Saturday's trip to league leaders St Neots with a convincing derby win.
The first open indoor athletics meeting took place at Alive Lynnsport last Sunday, where athletes from across the region signed up to take part.
The ladies welcomed Mellish Ladies for the first home fixture of the season.
A special day was aimed at encouraging participation for girls who may never have played rugby.
Eleven Tae Kwon-Do students have gained their Black Belt gradings.
The first and second teams were both unlucky to lose their games on Saturday.
Round two of the Norfolk Sportshall League took place in Lynn, with 20 juniors taking part.
10K was the competition distance of the day for members of Ryston Runners at the weekend.
Pelicans made the early morning trip to St Neots to face a side bottom of the East Division 2NW.
Fakenham’s eighth league fixture saw them travel to Thurston.
Pelicans bounced back from last week’s defeat with a hard-fought victory.
Pelicans travelled to St Ives for the first round of the O35 Cup competition on Sunday.
Pelicans tasted defeat for the first time with a 3-2 loss against newly-formed Cambridge HC who were promoted last season.
Micromax karting ace Jenson Sayell, 10, sealed a sensational championship treble at the weekend.