In Full

Sport in Full

Bears beaten twice before succumbing to snow

Warwickshire Bears lost both their encounters on Saturday in the opening round of the BWB Women’s League.

More Sport
Bhajan Aulak, Shalbinder Singh Malle, Tika S Bhangal and Bob Aujla from the Sikh Community Centre with Fitzpatricks Gym boxers Nick Leahy and Leah Gunton. Picture submitted

Fitzpatrick’s get £10,000 anniversary present

Fitzpatrick’s Gym have further cause for celebration on the third anniversary of their move to the Sikh temple on Tachbrook Park Drive with the award of £10,000 from the National Lottery.

More Sport
Scott Easterlow still believes Racing Club Warwick will have something to celebrate come the end of the season.

Games in hand mean Racers are still in title race, says Easterlow

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is refusing to write off his side’s title chances despite it looking increasingly likely he will fail in his aim of a top-five spot at Christmas.

Non League
Warwick Racecourse on Tuesday before the thaw set in. Picture: Mike Baker

Thaw comes too late to save Warwick’s Christmas meeting

The recent snowy weather claimed this afternoon’s Eventmasters Christmas at the Races at Warwick when the meeting was abandoned after the course failed its third inspection, writes David Hucker.

More Sport
Action from Warwick Schools clash with Canford. Picture submitted

Contrasting cup progress for Warwick School sides

Warwick School’s 1st XV have progressed to the semi-finals of the Schools Cup competition where they are set to meet Whitgift School at Allianz Park, home of Premiership side Saracens.

Rugby Union
Great Britain boxer Lewis Williams.

Williams suffers defeat on Great Britain debut

Cleary’s ABC boxer Lewis Williams suffered a split-decision defeat to old foe Natty Ngwenya on his Great Britain debut at the GB Boxing Championships.

More Sport
Cricket

Ashes column: Dull Ashes as drama is off-wicket

Is it just me, or is this year’s Ashes just a little bit boring.

Sport
Lillington C's George Barnes beat Sully Rymarz to stave off the whitewash against Corby.

Lillington trio dominate Division One of the National Cadet League

Lillington A’s trio of Josh Yarrow, Eduardo Bolanos and Milly Green romped to top spot in Division One of the National Cadet League in Wellingborough on Sunday, finishing five points clear of their nearest rivals, writes Phil John.

More Sport
Kenilworth battle to keep their line intact against Earlsdon.

Kenilworth bounce back from early deficit to get the better of Earlsdon

Kenilworth returned to winning ways on Saturday with a tenacious victory over local rivals Earlsdon, achieved despite going down to 13 players in the first half, writes Sophie Freestone.

Rugby Union
David Harris scored three times as Khalsa thrashed Worcester 5-1.

Harris hat-trick downs Worcester and gets title challenge back on track

David Harris grabbed a hat-trick as Khalsa beat visitors Worcester 5-1 to claim their first Midlands Premier win in three games.

More Sport
Festive jumpers will be the order of the day at Warwick next Thursday.

Full range of jumpers will be in evidence at Warwick

Racing returns to Warwick on Thursday when the Larkshill Engineering Juvenile Hurdle kicks off a seven-race card for the course’s Eventmasters Christmas at the Races meeting, writes David Hucker.

More Sport
Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow has a lot to be happy about despite their FA Vase exit.

Things are looking up for Racing Club Warwick despite Vase exit

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is determined to build on the momentum created by his side’s run to the third round of the FA Vase.

Non League
Prop Aled Thomas scythes through for Leamingtons third try of the afternoon. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Leamington fightback comes just too late to upset league leaders

Leamington fought back from a 16-point deficit to earn a losing bonus point in a game that provided fine entertainment for the well-watered vice-presidents.

Rugby Union
Kenilworth Runners gather for a team shot at Welcombe Hills. Pictures submitted

Welcombe top-15 finish for Gibbs at second race of Midland League

Kenilworth Runners’ Frankie Gibbs had another excellent race in the Midland Women’s Cross Country League at Welcombe Hills in Stratford on Saturday, finishing 13th overall on the undulating the two-lap course in 26min 22sec.

Sport
Mariusz Piwowar shows off his battle scars after coming through a tough bout against Lee Horry. Picture submitted

Piwowar in a hurry but Horry proves resilient

Royal Leamington Spa ABC’s Mariusz Piwowar returned to winning ways on Friday night, coming out on top after a thrilling bout against Bracebridge ABC’s Lee Horry in Lincoln.

More Sport
Josh Blake bounced back from his red card on Saturday with a hat-trick.

Blake hat-trick fires Racers into last eight of cup

Racing Club Warwick progressed to the quarter-finals of the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup on Tuesday evening after hitting Black Country Rangers for six in a very positive return to action following the weekend’s FA Vase defeat.

Non League
Michael Frew was at the heart of all Wisbech Town's best moments as they knocked Racing Club out of the FA Vase.

Racing Club’s impressive run in the FA Vase ended by Wisbech

Racing Club Warwick’s FA Vase run came to an end at the hands of their higher-level visitors on Saturday, with two second-half goals sealing their fate.

Non League
David Luiz

RUMOUR MILL: Sam Allardyce to be appointed Everton manager and David Luiz interesting Real Madrid

Allardyce set for Toffees, Real Madrid considering January move for David Luiz and lots more.

Football
Sam Weaving fought back from match-point down to win the Grade A final. Picture: Morris Troughton

Colebridge provide a strong challenge to hosts Free Church

Lillington Free Church’s second graded tournament of the season attracted a full entry to St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre in Warwick including a strong contingent from the Colebridge club in Birmingham, writes Phil John.

More Sport
Joint-most-valuable players Jacob Robinson, left, and Ben Haigh, right,  receive their award from Bears skipper Lee Powell. Picture submitted

Bears celebrate Grant’s GB call with convincing win over Shock

Warwickshire Bears earned a convincing 70-44 win at Swindon Shock in the First Division South on Sunday.

More Sport
Load more