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Old Yardleians brushed aside as Thompson grabs a hat-trick

Kenilworth put on a dominant display on Saturday, wrapping up the bonus point inside 15 minutes and going on to score 13 tries with captain Bobby Thompson grabbing three of them, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Tony Breeden sat out the 2-2 draw with York City but is expected to return tomorrow.

Holleran is not fooled by stirring fightback

Leamington manager Paul Holleran admitted his over-riding emotion on Saturday night was one of frustration despite his side fighting back to earn an unlikely draw at home to York City.

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Nick Leahy celebrates moving one step closer to the final of the Senior Development Championships.

Leahy maintains winning streak to reach last four of development championships

Fitzpatrick’s Boxing’s Nick Leahy progressed to the national semi-finals of the ABA Senior Development Championships thanks to his fifth win in just over four weeks.

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David Leadley on his way to a sub three-hour run at the Great Birmingham Run International Marathon. Picture submitted

Leadley leads Kenilworth home with top-50 finish in Birmingham

Kenilworth Runners’ David Leadley finished an excellent 50th in the inaugural Great Birmingham Run International Marathon on Sunday in a time of 2hr 58min 25sec.

Anit Chudasama made it 3-1 to Khalsa in a fine first-half performance from his side.

Khalsa rise to second in the table thanks to five-goal first-half blitz

After destroying Rugby & East Warwickshire’s unblemished record the previous week, Khalsa brought an end to Belper’s unbeaten start to the season on Saturday to move up to second in the table.

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Aamena Patel receives her medal and voucher from David Moorcroft. Picture submitted

Leamington parkrun has 100,000 reasons to celebrate thanks to Patel

Leamington parkrun celebrated its 100,000th completed run at Newbold Comyn on Saturday, with Aamena Patel bringing up the milestone.

Berkswell and Warwickshire bowler Ryan Sidebottom in action against Yorkshire.

Sidebottom embracing his second chance with Bears

Ryan Sidebottom reflects upon his surprise rise into Warwickshire’s first-team this year as “pretty unbelievable”.

Racing Club Warwick substitute Josh Blake is denied by a brave save from Uttoxeter's Alex Langridge. Picture: Morris Troughton

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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Sophie Rinnhofer was part of the undefeated Warwickshire Under-15 squad.

Leamington League youngsters prove unbeatable for the county

Five Leamington & District League youngsters covered themselves in glory while representing Warwickshire Under-15s in Division 1B of the County Cadet League in Rugby on Saturday, writes Phil John.

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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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Jen Vermeulen reaches out to score on e of her four tries for Old Leamingtonians. Picture: Tim Nunan

Vermeulen dots down four times in OLs Ladies romp

Old Leamingtonians Ladies bounced back from their 31-12 defeat at the hands of Wymondham Wasps the previous week to comprehensively beat visitors Shelford.

Rugby Union
Dave Pettifer helped England to victory over a combined Celtic team.

England vest inspires Pettifer to a sub-3:30 run at Chester

Kenilworth Runners’ Dave Pettifer, making his international debut for England, was pleased with his third place in the V65 International competition held within the Chester Marathon on Sunday.

Alice Homer on board Catriona of Meggernie. Picture submitted

Golden Horse of the Year show for King’s High pupils

King’s High equestrians enjoyed unprecedented success at the Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) at the NEC.

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Winger Sophie Henry dots down for Kenilworth Ladies.

Howles bags a hat-trick as Kenilworth whitewash Old Northamptonians

Winger Phoebe Howles scored a hat-trick, with winger Sophie Henry and centre Felicity Baldwin both adding two tries apiece in an 11-try rout as Kenilworth maintained their perfect start to the season, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Action from Khalsa's trip to Rugby & East Warwickshire. Picture: Mike Baker

Idoine double dents Rugby & East Warwickshire’s perfect start

Khalsa’s win at Rugby & East Warwickshire means that three games into the new Midland Premier season no team in the top flight can boast a 100 per cent record.

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Nick Leahy, right, with his brother Sean.

Fitzpatrick’s’ Leahy moves a step closer to national final

Fitzpatrick’s Gym’s Nick Leahy turned in an excellent display to beat Tony Welsh and secure his place in the national 64kg quarter-final of the Senior Development Championships in Bridlington.

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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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