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Royal Leamington Spa men wilt in the heat against Sherwood Park

A spectacular late collapse saw Royal Leamington Spa’s men slump to a 31-shot defeat in their five-rink home match against Sherwood Park from Birmingham.

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Corinne Moss and Alan and Elaine Sherwin at Saturday's Pink Parkrun.

Williams makes a molehill out of a mountain in Wales

Six Kenilworth Runners took on the gruelling Snowdonia Trail Marathon on Sunday with Dewi Williams the first of them home in 5hr 28min 31sec for 92nd overall.

Robin de Regt justified his recall with 83 for Kenilworth Wardens 1sts against Walsall.

De Regt provides the platform for Wardens to build big score

Kenilworth Wardens moved to within touching distance of the top three in the Birmingham Premier League after coming away with a winning draw at lowly Walsall.

Jai Sispal, far right, sprints for the line at the Alexander Stadium. Picture: Gary Mitchell Photography

Sispal produces a devastating kick to lift national 800m title

North Leamington’s Jai Sipsal was crowned the national junior boys’ 800m champion after a thrilling victory in the final of the English Schools Track and Field Championships at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.

Jamie Maynard on his way to a fine 63 for Wellesbourne. Picture submitted

Maynard stars with the bat as leaders Wellesbourne ease past Leek Wootton

Wellesbourne lead the Cotswold Hills Premier Division by just a point from Lapworth following a six-wicket win at home to Leek Wootton.

Chekaine Steele in action against Derby County Under-23s. Picture: Tim Nunan

Brakes set to make decision on the fate of two trialists

Brakes boss Paul Holleran is poised to make a decision on the fate of trialists Chekaine Steele and Anthony Dwyer.

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Ben Mackey was on target for Racers in their 4-0 win at Coventry Plumbing on Tuesday evening.

Mackey opens account in Racers romp

Racing Club claimed a 4-0 win at Coventry Plumbing on Tuesday evening.
Southam's ladies celebrate with the Bob Coop Memorial Cup.

Southam’s ladies claim the Bob Coop Memorial Cup at third time of asking

It was third time lucky for Southam’s ladies as they beat Wolston to lift the Bob Coop Memorial Cup.

Chekaine Steele challenges for possession with Racing Club Warwick's Sam Beasley. Picture: Mike Baker

Holleran can see bright future for Leamington trialist Steele

Leamington manager Paul Holleran says trialist winger Chekaine Steele is going the right way about earning a prolonged stay at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium.

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Kelly Edwards on the run in to the finish at Northbrook. Picture: Laura Gould

Leamington C&AC bag team prizes and first lady at the Northbrook 10k

Leamington C&AC walked away with an array of wins at the Northbrook 10k race in Coventry on Sunday including both the men’s and women’s team prize.

Wellesbourne's Jamie Maynard bowling to Norton Lindsey's Steve Rushton. Picture: Morris Troughton

Bourne squeeze past Norton Lindsey to return to the summit

Ross Milton and Travis Butcher played starring roles as Wellesbourne gained an excellent three-wicket win at Norton Lindsey & Wolverton to return to the top of the Cotswold Hills Premier Division table.

Prerak Mankad, who later played a starring role with the bat, sees a chance to take the wicket of Jamie Harrison go begging. Picture: Morris Troughton

Fireworks from Mankad propel Wardens to win over strugglers

An inspired middle-order knock from overseas star Prerak Mankad fired Kenilworth Wardens to maximum points against strugglers Barnt Green in the Birmingham Premier League.

Blaer �rn �sgeirsson holes out on the 18th at Quarry Park. Picture submitted

Iceland youngster claims British Open title at Quarry Park

The course record fell when Quarry Park Disc Golf staged the 40th British Open last weekend.

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England vs Croatia World Cup semi-final LIVE feed - the build-up, action and reaction in full

England face their biggest game in almost two decades tonight - and we’ll have all the action right here.

The Leamington squad celebrate with the Tony Horley Cancer Charity Cup. Pictures: Mike Baker

Brakes prove spot on to beat Racers and lift Charity Cup

It was a tale of two penalties as Leamington won the annual curtain-raiser at Townsend Meadow to lift the Tony Horley Cancer Charity Cup.

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Bowls England president Bill Smith presents a pennant to Lillington captain Colin Daly to mark the hosting of Australia.

Honour for Lillington BC as they host the Australian touring team

Bowls England chief executive Tony Allcock was at Lime Avenue as Lillington Bowls Club hosted the Australian team and managers.

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Kevin Mitchell, commercial solicitor and partner at Blythe Liggins, presents the balls to Dan Mousley.

Mousley brings a touch of Calypso cricket to Wardens

Three months after touring with the Warwickshire Academy in Barbados, 16-year-old all-rounder Dan Mousley put in such a display for Kenilworth Wardens against reigning champions Knowle & Dorridge that he has been crowned our first Player of the Month for the 2018 campaign.

Bowler Ian Cox shows his frustration after narrowly missing out on the wicket of Richard Pozzi.

Couchman’s new-ball spell puts Leek Wootton on way to their first victory

Bottom-of-the-table Leek Wootton recorded their first win of the Cotswold Hills Premier Division campaign, denting Norton Lindsey & Wolverton’s title hopes in the process.

Ray Ball and Dean Mawby head off at the start of the Cavin Woodward 5k.

McKeaney pips Ball to win Cavin Woodward 5k

The top three runners from last year’s Cavin Woodward 5k Memorial Race filled the first three positions again this year.

Boston United will be the first visitors to the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, one of seven fixtures in a busy August for Paul Holleran's side.

Alty trip kicks off a hectic first month for Leamington

Leamington will kick off their 2018/19 National League North campaign with a trip to newly promoted Altrincham on August 4.

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