has a number of very successful sports clubs. Here you can read about some of
them. If you have any sports stories or a club you want featured please e-mail
details by clicking here.
Athletic Football Club was founded in 1991 and today runs teams
for all ages from eight to adult and for both sexes. Click on the link above
to read about the club or go to the official web site by clicking
and Tas Valley Cricket Club has two adult sides in the Norfolk
Alliance and a third team in the Norfolk League and
is a well established club pushing towards the top of its sport in Norfolk.
Read about the club by clicking on the link.
Hawks Cycle Speedway Club was founded in the 1960s. You can read about
its successes by clicking on the link.
Memorial Playing Field Bowls Club plays its matches at
Hethersett Memorial Playing Field with the onus on friendship
and enjoyment. Members of the Norfolk Federation, the club play
competitively in the City League and the afternoon Age Concern
League. There is also plenty of opportunity for social bowls
with roll ups every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon during the
season which starts in April. Anyone interested in
“having a go” can contact Tony Dunton on 01603 811712 or
turn up at the roll up afternoons.
of England Karate - Do Shotokai Club. The club meets for
practice at Hethersett Village Hall on Thursdays, There are
sections for juniors and adults taking place from 6.30 to 7.30
and 8 to 10 p.m. The club has been established for over 10
years. For more details contact Danny Stevenson on 07881 833893
Road Badminton Club - The club is a social mix of players of
varying abilities. There are currently around 30 regular players
aged from 13 to 65 with a roughly 60/40% ration of males to
females. The club plays on four rubber surfaced courts in the
main sports hall at Hethersett High School with another court
available in the gym. The club welcomes new players who have
attained a standard beyond absolute beginner's level. The club
meets at the high school on Thursdays from 7.30 until 9.30 p.m.
Currently the club runs a coaching session from 6.30 until 7.30
on Thursday evenings before the main playing times. It is keen
to encourage children aged seven and over and also hoped to
develop the skills of older children and beginner adults.