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Latest leg of Warwick Carnival will have real community feel

It’s the third leg of Warwick’s Qatar Airways May Racing Carnival on Wednesday, when the course is encouraging people to come and celebrate the heritage of the town at its Proudly Warwick Raceday, writes David Hucker.

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Warwick Girls six desperate for new team-mates

A group of girls’ footballers from Warwick are appealing for new team-mates in order to keep their side alive.

Keith Orme in action for Avenue against Warwickshire County Council in their mixed friendly. Picture: Morris Troughton

Heavy defeat for Taylor proves pivotal in Avenue’s derby defeat

Avenue ladies lost their encounter with Whitnash Ladies 51-42 despite winning two of the three triple rinks.

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Lee Dorning on his way to victory in the senior final. Picture: Morris Troughton

Double for Dorning at final Free Church tournament of season

Lillington Free Church’s final graded tournament of the season attracted a strong entry to St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre, including several new clubs, writes Phil John.

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Warwickshire Bears clinch a Premier League berth

Warwickshire Bears Wheelchair Basketball Club clinched top spot in Division One South on Sunday with a 68-35 win over CWBA 2 to book their spot in the BWB National League Play-offs in Sheffield and secure promotion to the Premier League for the first time in the club’s history.

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Norton Lindsey & Wolverton's Stuart Shepherd survives a run-out attempt. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Norton Lindsey & Wolverton flying high after a full house of victories

Norton Lindsey and Wolverton continued their exciting start to the new Cotswold Hills League season with three more crushing victories.

Bishops Itchington picked up four trophies in the 2017/18 campaign.

Bishops boss bows out having guided his side to four trophies

Outgoing Bishops Itchington boss Ian McIntosh is leaving on a high having guided the club to a unprecedented quadruple.

Leamington Royals line up ahead of their clash with Birmingham Bulldogs.

Royals off the mark with dogged Birmingham win

Leamington Royals won their first home game of the Midlands Premier season, beating Birmingham Bulldogs 30-20 at Acre Close in Whitnash.

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The new lines painted on Abbey Fields' tennis courts

New lines painted on Abbey Fields tennis courts

New lines have been painted on the public tennis courts in Abbey Fields in time for summer.

Simon Hruska, left, in action against Ivan Beynon.

Hruska beats Beynon to the punch to earn deserved win

Fitzpatrick’s Gym’s Simon Hruska continued his upward curve with a victory over the big-punching Ivan Beynon of Thames Valley Boxing Club.

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Sean Kavanagh scored Racers' final goal of an arduous campaign.

Little consolation from last match of campaign

Less than 40 hours after losing out to Atherstone in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Challenge Cup final, Racing Club Warwick brought the curtain down on the campaign with a 5-1 defeat at Littleton.

Minella Warrior clears the final flight ahead of Clondaw Anchor in the Lawton Tubes Novices' Hurdle. Picture:

Christmas In April masters favourite in Warwick feature

There was another good Carnival crowd for Warwick’s Ladies Night on Saturday and they were treated to a thrilling finish to the feature Qatar Airways Handicap Hurdle where just a nose separated the first two home, writes David Hucker.

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Free Church's Burton-Uxbridge trio of Josh and Tom Yarrow and Eduardo Bolanos. Picture submitted

Bolanos captures the under-13 title at the Burton-Uxbridge tournament

Three youngsters from Lillington Free Church had a successful day at the Burton-Uxbridge tournament on Saturday.

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VIDEO: Leamington’s tenth and final Rugby4Heroes Festival returns this weekend

A charity rugby and music festival has returned to Leamington for its final year.

Leamington C&AC's relay runners at the Mayday 10k, including Megan Marsh, far left, who completed the relay along with her family in 59min 59sec.

Andrew leaves his rivals in distress at Kenilworth Runners’ Mayday 10k

Kenilworth Runners hosted the Mayday 10k on Monday, a tough three-lap multi-terrain course around Abbey Fields.

Rachel and Steve Miller along with Claire Murphy.

The force is strong with Murphy at Star Wars-themed half-marathon

Spa Striders’ Claire Murphy was the first lady home and fourth overall at the May 4th Half Marathon in the Shropshire Hills.

Atherstone lift the cup. Pictures: Brixon Photography

Promising Racing Club Warwick season has a disappointing finale

Racing Club Warwick’s bid for their first silverware since 2005 came up well short at the Bedworth Oval when they lost 1-0 to Atherstone Town in the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Challenge Cup final, writes Paul Okey.

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Paul Holleran is staying at Leamington.

Holleran rules out AFC Telford switch

Paul Holleran has ruled himself out of the running for the AFC Telford manager’s role, saying he still has a job to do at Leamington, writes Paul Okey.

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Ben Haigh shoots for Bears. Picture submitted

Titanic performance from Bears sinks London

Warwickshire Bears put themselves in pole position to finish top of the BWBL First Division South courtesy of a 74-46 victory at previous leaders London Titans 2.

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Graeme Burke made an unbeaten 37 to guide Warwick to their second victory of the season. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Warwick continue their unbeaten start to the Division Four campaign

Three games into the Warwickshire League Division Four season, newly promoted Warwick remain unbeaten after securing a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Ward End Unity.

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