A summer of sporting excellence recognised at Carrow Road...
Alfie Hewett, Colin Oates, Danny Kerry, Jessica-Jane Applegate MBE and Keith Webb all represented Great Britain at the Rio 2016 games, doing the region - and Great Britain more generally - proud.
Colin, from North Lopham, is part of the British Judo team and in 2016 achieved a personal best to win silver at the European Championships.
He first represented Great Britain at the 2012 London Olympics in the men's 66kg judo, and also competed at this summer's games.
King's Lynn's Danny helped make history at those games, leading Great Britain's women's hockey team to their first ever Olympic gold.
Working as Head Coach of the team since 2004, Danny also oversaw a third-place finish at London 2012 - ensuring Britain collected a medal in Olympic hockey for the first time in two decades.
Jessica-Jane is a British Paralympic swimmer from Great Yarmouth and competes in the S14 classification, making her Paralympic debut at London 2012 at the age of 16.
There, she became the first British S14 swimmer to stand at the top of the Paralympic podium after winning gold in the 200m freestyle.
She has continued to be a success, bringing a 100m backstroke bronze and two silver medals from the 200m individual medley and the 200m freestyle back from Rio 2016.
A former coach with the Canaries, he took on the role of head coach of England's cerebral palsy team at the start of 2014 and led them in Brazil this summer, where they finish fifth.
Please give all five of our special guests a warm Carrow Road welcome this weekend as they bring out the matchball ahead of kick-off.