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From Fakenham to the United States for softball player

Women's softball is one of five new sports to make it's debut at the next Olympic Games.

And a student from Norfolk is chasing her dream of making it into Team GB in Tokyo. It's taken Aimee Hutchinson all the way from Fakenham to the United States.

Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake.


Double NCFC testimonial: Watch our full interview with Wes & Russ

Norwich City fans will have a chance to say goodbye to two former heroes.

Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin are returning to Carrow Road next year for a special match.

They'll each captain a side who'll go head to head to raise cash for the club's community foundation and the players' charities.

You can watch our full interview with Wes and Russell below

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The inspirational football team who've won a national award for breaking the silence on stillbirth

Sands United have won Team of the Year award at the Daily Mirror Pride of Sports Awards

They've been described as Britain's most inspirational footballers.

Sands United play in Northampton's Nene Valley league. They're named after a charity supporting those who've been affected by stillborn and neonatal death.

Out of the seventeen players involved, fifteen have lost a child.

Their efforts to break the silence on baby loss earned them the Team of the Year award at the Daily Mirror Pride of Sports Awards last night.

  • Watch our full report from ITV News Anglia's Donovan Blake below
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