The weather has played havoc with the non-league fixtures for a second weekend running but a club’s historic FA Vase clash is among those to survive.
Leon Dunnett marked his return to kickboxing after five years out from the sport with a win at the WRSA PRO-AM in Wolverhampton.
Our Canaries columnist Ed Seaman once again calls for a change in the Carrow Road dugout.
Walsham-le-Willows joint boss Ian Hubbard is hoping his side can rise to the occasion as they look to keep a club record run going in the FA Vase.
Harleston Town boss Danny Crow believes his side have ‘turned a corner’ after they progressed in The Norfolk Hire Senior Cup on Tuesday.
Ipswich Town fan writer Joey Sadler previews the Blues’ return to action at West Brom in the start of what he sees as a defining period.
Diss’ re-arranged fixture away at Wisbech this Saturday has been postponed.
Walsham-le-Willows joint manager Chay Budd has heaped praise on his young squad after they made club history in the FA Vase on Saturday.
Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman says he would be shocked if manager David Wagner was able to turn things around despite the club’s most recent win.
Diss Town boss Garth Good has created a positive environment around Brewers Green Lane to reunite the fans with the club.
Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman is pleased to see Ben Knapper enter Carrow Road earlier than expected.
Walsham-le-Willows are keen to ‘lay down a marker’ and make club history in the Isuzu FA Vase tomorrow.
Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman believes spineless leadership has kept David Wagner in his job at Carrow Road.
One team talk before Harleston’s game at Kirkley & Pakefield shifted the mentality of Danny Crow’s side to take them on a five game winning run.
Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman wants David Wagner to join Stuart Webber through the exit door at Carrow Road.
Diss chairman Andy Jermy said this could be the ‘most close-knit squad the club has ever had’ after an emotional day for all the club on Saturday.
Norwich City columnist Ed Seaman said there is ‘little room for sentiment’ as Daniel Farke returns to Carrow Road.
Diss’ match at home to West Norfolk will go ahead after the death of Wisbech player Arturas Rudys last weekend.
Diss Rugby Club have released a statement after a player died during their match with Wisbech on Saturday.
Ed Seaman reflects on the video the Norwich City media team posted across the club’s social media channels to mark World Mental Health Day.