Paul Dennington secured the VC Baracchi Athletes’ Trophy, awarded for the best VCB ride with no aero aids in a nominated event.
Gillian Lamprey from Lowestoft Railway Bowls Club won the Suffolk County Four Wood singles title, beating Tracy Johnson from Framlingham 21-17.
Lowestoft Town secured their Norfolk Alliance Division One status in some style at the weekend.
The Great Yarmouth Half Marathon took place last Sunday with eight members of Waveney Valley AC joining more than 300 runners.
Kirkley & Pakefield entertained Haverhill Rovers in a Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match and were again well beaten.
Football is year round at Raw Soccer Indoor Community Football Centre in Lowestoft.
A Billericay team featuring ex-Premier League stars Paul Konchesky, Kevin Foley and Jermaine Pennant condemned the brave Trawlerboys to a second straight league defeat on Tuesday evening.
Lowestoft Town come up against the Harlem Globetrotters of non league football this evening at the Amber Dew Events Stadium as Billericay come to town.
Lowestoft Town went down to a brave defeat against highly-fancied Leatherhead as the Trawlerboys almost scrambled for a point at Fetcham Grove.
Lowestoft Town must be realistic in their expectations this season manager Ady Gallagher has warned on the eve of the start of their Bostik League Premier Division campaign.
Sunday saw Waveney Valley’s athletes in action in Ipswich in round four of the Eastern Young Athletes League.
Kirkley and Pakefield’s Thurlow Nunn League season got off to a disappointing start on Tuesday evening when they were beaten 4-0 by Gorleston at Walmer Road.
For an unprecedented third time this season there was no Thursday evening racing at Oulton Broad due to high, gusting winds.
Lowestoft Town took a giant step towards safety in Division One of the Norfolk Alliance at the weekend.
Lowestoft lost a feisty affair against King’s Lynn Town by a single goal on Saturday to close out their pre-season campaign at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.
The sun was shining on Sunday morning as 11 members of Lowestoft Road Runners lined up among a field of 4,737 runners for the third Run Norwich 10k event.
Lucas He of Velo Club Baracchi won the top junior prize with 57:21 in King’s Lynn CC’s open 25-mile time trial.
The new season at Walmer Road started last Saturday with Kirkley & Pakefield entertaining Saffron Walden Town in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.
Kessingland A, at home to Wrentham A, left their opponents half a point clear at the top of Benacre League Division One, with both teams left with one game to play.
Southwold continued their march towards a third successive Norfolk League promotion as they convincingly won at home to Eaton.
Anthony Ogogo has flown to the USA in a bid to save his boxing career.
King’s Lynn Town won 1-0 at Lowestoft in a match that was anything but friendly.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits he expects to see “an edge” in his side’s final pre-season friendly at home to King’s Lynn Town this afternoon.
Six young Waveney skaters took part in the Retroskate Regional Rookie Competition, performing in competition for the first time.
Jordan Spieth was not the only professional golfer to have a memorable week at the Open Championship – Norfolk’s Mark Tungate also had the time of his life at Royal Birkdale.
Pride of place this week for Kensington Gardens must go to David Crisp’s Lowestoft & District team who after 10 defeats in a row won their first game when beating Blundeston.
Sixteen Waveney Valley AC members took part in the third and final race in this year’s Bungay Summer 10k series on a very warm, breezy midweek evening.
Rookery Park Golf Club’s premier open competition saw a quality field compete over 36 holes for the Fishing Smack Trophy and the Jubilee Cup.
Lowestoft Town suffered a spectacular collapse at Stow on Saturday - but didn’t lose any ground in their battle to avoid the drop in Division One of the Norfolk Alliance.
Junior rider Lucas He of VC Baracchi became the club’s 10-mile champion with a stunning 21.36 personal best in the Godric club time trial last week.
Kirkley & Belton visited Felthorpe in their latest Norfolk League Division One match on Saturday and came away with a dramatic one wicket victory.
Ipswich Town’s U18 side visited the Common for Southwold Town’s annual pre-season opener.
There was another evening of entertaining racing at Oulton Broad with the water surface described as lumpy as the seven Junior GTs signed in.
The season proper starts for Kirkley & Pakefield FC on Saturday when they take on Saffron Walden Town in an extra preliminary eound FA Cup match at Walmer Road (3pm).
A great evening’s racing supported by local business Gooch Accident Repair Centre produced plenty of excitement at Oulton broad.
Lowestoft Town will be hoping for some overdue home comforts when they welcome Braintree Town to the Amber Dew Events Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.45pm kick off).
Velo Club Baracchi was well represented in the Godric CC 10-mile club time trial, with the top rides of the night.
Topper sailors rise above a ‘freak weather event’ at International Topper Class Association Regatta at RN&SYC Lowestoft.
Lowestoft boxer Craig Poxton is perfectly positioned to make a good fist of the biggest fight of his career.
Kensington Gardens Bowls Club teams in the Lowestoft and District League and the Sunshine League both met high-flying opponents.
Kirkley & Pakefield continued with their pre-season matches with a fixtures against Anglian Combination Premier Division side Harleston Town on Tuesday evening.
Kirkley & Belton hosted top of the table Castle Rising on Saturday in Norfolk League Division One.
Waveney Valley AC’s younger athletes medalled on Saturday in the final round of the Norfolk Quadkids series.
Lowestoft Town’s bid to avoid the drop in Division One of the Norfolk Alliance gathered pace at the weekend when they recorded their second successive win.
Lowestoft Town have completed the signing of former Premier League defender Dean Leacock.
Craig Poxton is walking, talking, punching proof that when one door closes, another one opens – or in his case, two.
Waveney Valley Athletic Club took six teams of six to the Ekiden relay event last Sunday.
Lowestoft Town gave their hopes of avoiding the drop in Division One of the Norfolk Alliance a timely boost on Saturday when they picked up only their third win of the season on Saturday.
In a busy week for Lowestoft’s Velo Club Baracchi, Mark Richards set a 50-mile time trial club record and members staged the Summer Road Race at Ringsfield, in which Nick Esser took ninth place.
Rookery Park members Jayne George and Hannah Rees were part of the large field of pairs in the Royal West Norfolk Ladies’ Open.
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