June 3 2015 Latest news:
These two budding young trampolinists are bouncing for joy after being selected to represent their club in a regional competition.
Striker Michael Frew has become the sixth player to leave King’s Lynn Town this summer.
Rail unions have called off a train strike planned for Bank Holiday Monday - the day of Norwich’s Wembley play-off final.
Despite the best efforts of Norwich City only six games were conceded this week – but several matches were shortened to accommodate the lunctime play-off so generally cricket was the winner, writes Mike Ridout.
Norwich athlete Joe Skipper has achieved one of the best results of his career by finishing second in the Ironman American Championship Texas.
Forget any rumours, Mick McCarthy is going nowhere.
Coventry City manager and ex-Ipswich Town defender Tony Mowbray has added former Blues stalwarts Mark Venus and Jamie Clapham to his backroom staff at the Ricoh Arena.
Championship new-boys QPR have signed former Ipswich Town loanee Massimo Luongo on an undisclosed three-year-deal.
Lowestoft Town will remain in Conference North following an FA National Leagues committee meeting.
King’s Lynn Town are not sweating on the outcome of a shock appeal regarding their summer switch in divisions.
Former Diss Rugby Club junior Will Owen has been named in England’s starting line-up for today’s World Under-20 Championship opener against Japan.
It was an excellent weekend for Norfolk teams in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League, with four of the county’s five representatives recording impressive wins.
Norwich City have already started their summer business. So reporter Gavin Caney looks at who else Alex Neil could entice to Carrow Road.
Norwich City’s FA Youth Cup winning captain Cameron McGeehan will leave the Canaries this summer, as his move to Luton Town has finally been confirmed as a permanent deal.
Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan is determined not to let a troublesome knee problem prevent him from featuring in two upcoming matches for the Republic of Ireland.
EDP columnist and Twitter’s very own @BigGrantHolt Jon Rogers has recorded a song dedicated to Norwich City’s glorious day at Wembley - with a video featuring photos sent in by fans who were there.