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Makeshift defence are definitely at the races in Uttoxeter victory

Racing Club Warwick defied a shortage of recognised defenders to claim three points in an entertaining clash at Townsend Meadow.

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Jack Edwards shoots over. It was to be Brakes only effort on goal in the first half. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Brakes pull off an audacious escape

Leamington did not so much get out of jail on Saturday than escape a maximum security prison, with two goals inside three minutes late in the second half totally transforming this National League North fixture, writes Paul Okey.

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Leamington players and fans celebrate Kurtis Revan's late winner. Picture: Sally Ellis

Salford win is up there with the best - Holleran

Leamington boss Paul Holleran stopped short of elevating his side’s 3-2 win at Saford City on Saturday to the top of his managerial victories.

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Leamington legend Josh Blake has joined Racing Club Warwick.

Blake has unfinished business at Racing Club

Josh Blake has committed to Racing Club Warwick for the season.

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Martin Slevin strikes to bring Racing Club level. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Easterlow bemoans two points dropped despite fine fightback

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow admitted he had mixed feelings after watching his ten men battle back from 2-0 down to earn a draw against Lichfield City on Saturday.

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Connor Gudger curls home Brakes' second.

Brakes’ class of 17 shock Salford

On a miserable wet afternoon in Greater Manchester Brakes pulled off a stunning victory at the home of title-chasers Salford City to send out a message to the rest of the National League North that they are not in the division simply to make up the numbers, writes Paul Edwards.

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Paul Holleran shows his frustration after Saturday's goalless draw against Gainsborough.

Performance did not merit FA Cup exit, says Leamington boss

Leamington boss Paul Holleran said there was not a lot wrong with his side’s display at Gainsborough Trinity in midweek.

Scott Easterlow, partially obscured, says his Racing Club Warwick side will learn the lessons of Saturday's heavy defeat.

Easterlow promises Racers will be better for Wood defeat

Racing Club Warwick’s run of four wins on the bounce ended abruptly against title favourites Walsall Wood on Saturday.

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Photo of Paul Rees who is hosting a football reunion event late September/Earlier October.
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Reunion to be held for members and players from former Warwick football club

A Southam resident who used to play for a football club in Warwick is holding a reunion to bring all his old team-mates back together.

Paul Holleran has called for his side to be more pragmatic as they chase a first home point.

Brakes are homing in on their first points at the Phillips 66

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is backing his side to break their home hoodoo against Bradford Park Avenue tomorrow but says it might need a change of mindset to do so.

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Ciaran Houston evades a challenge. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Leaders make the most of Cole red to ease past Town

Ten-man Whitnash lost ground on the Coventry Alliance Premier Division leaders after an afternoon to forget at Rugby Road.

Racers manager Scott Easterlow says there is a feelgood factor around the club after thanks to their recent form.

Dramatic injury-time victory boosts Racers ahead of Vase tie

Racing Club Warwick manager Scott Easterlow says Saturday’s FA Vase tie at home to Coventry Copsewood has come at just the right time for his buoyant side.

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Colby Bishops heads home Brakes' opener. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Cup cheer as Bishop makes the difference

Brakes snatched FA Cup victory right at the death against dogged Midland League opponents Westfields just as a replay began to look inevitable, writes Paul Edwards.

Colby Bishop is congratulated after breaking the deadlock. Picture: Sally Ellis

Holleran: Display was worlds apart from Highgate low

Leamington boss Paul Holleran praised a “functional” performance from his side after two late goals saw off Midland League Premier Division side Westfields in the FA Cup on Saturday.

Jack Edwards is back at Leamington and back among the goals.

Edwards is back where he belongs

Jack Edwards says a need to be loved was behind his return to Leamington.

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Loanee Charley Edge battles for the ball at Curzon. Picture: Sally Ellis

Edwards salvages a point for Brakes at Curzon Ashton

Paul Holleran was encouraged by more positive signs that his team are moving in the right direction as Brakes picked up a creditable point on Tameside on Monday evening, just 48 hours after their battling display at Darlington, writes Paul Edwards.

Tony Breeden shows a safe pair of hands despite the torrential rain. Picture: Sally Ellis

Resilient Leamington make clean getaway

Brakes returned from their long trip north with a very well-earned point and a first clean sheet of the season as they frustrated their illustrious hosts with a battling team performance and came very close to snatching a win at the death, writes Paul Edwards.

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Adam Knight scored a hat-trick as Racing Club Warwick eased through in the FA Vase.

Knight hat-trick puts Racers further on the road to Wembley

Racing Club Warwick secured an FA Vase second qualifying round tie at home to Coventry Copsewood after an emphatic win which had manager Scott Easterlow purring.

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Stefan Moore wheels away after scoring Brakes second in midweek. Picture: Tim Nunan

Leamington are feeling the pace as tough schedule takes its toll

Leamington manager Paul Holleran says an already difficult task is being made much harder by a brutal fixture schedule.

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Preston North End, 1888-89

QUIZ: A slice of football history

It was 129 years ago today, the first-ever series of fixtures was played in the English Football League.

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