A group of veteran rugby players in Norwich have been rolling back the years by forming their own 'golden oldies' team.Read the full story ›
Darren Sarll and Matty Godden both have both been praised after Stevenage went the month of February unbeaten.Read the full story ›
Suffolk darts player Peter Wright has opened up a one-point lead at the top of the Premier League table after beating James Wade 7-5 in Glasgow.
The 46-year-old from Mendham took advantage of Phil Taylor's defeat at the hands of Adrian Lewis to take top spot.
Wright, who was in confident mood having secured his first televised title at the UK Open last weekend, held off a Wade fightback to secure maximum points.
Darts Premier League table (Top three)
- 1.) Peter Wright Pld:6 Pts: 9
- 2.) Michael van Gerwen Pld:5 Pts:8
- 3.) Gary Anderson Pld:6 Pts:7
World number one Michael van Gerwen is Wright's closest challenger after he returned from a back injury with victory over Kim Huybrechts.
MK Dons have announced that Aberdeen midfielder Peter Pawlett will join them in the summer.Read the full story ›
The alleged incidents relate to two boys under 16 between 1980 and 1987.Read the full story ›
Norfolk boxer Liam Walsh will fight for a world title on May 20Read the full story ›
Norwich City manager Alex Neil says claims that his team aren't fighting for each other are wide of the mark.Read the full story ›
Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined Conference leaders Lincoln City on loan until the end of the season.
The transfer window is shut for Football League clubs, but teams outside the top four divisions can still bring people in.
22-year-old Angol has made 17 appearances for Posh this season, but has only scored once.
The former Luton Town forward won't be able to feature in the Imps' FA Cup quarter-final at Arsenal later this month though having already appeared in the competition for Peterborough.
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans is still determined to get the club to the Premier League, according to manager Mick McCarthy.Read the full story ›
Norfolk boxer Liam Walsh will fight emerging American star Gervonta Davis for the IBF super-featherweight world title later this year, promoter Frank Warren has confirmed.
Details of when and where the bout will take place will be revealed at a press conference in London tomorrow, where legendary fighter and Davis' promoter Floyd Mayweather Jnr will be present.
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22-year-old Davis has won all of his 17 professional fights so far and claimed the IBF belt in January when he stopped Puerto Rico's José Pedraza.
Walsh, who lives in Cromer, also boasts an unbeaten record and defeated Russian Andrey Klimov in his last bout.