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Bluebirds continue to soar as Brakes lose vital ground

Brakes slipped further behind the relentless pace of leaders Chippenham Town with this goalless draw at third-placed Hitchin, but remain in with a chance of snatching the priceless automatic promotion spot, writes Paul Edwards.

Non League
Sarah-Jane Perry in final action against Laura Massaro. Picture: Squashsite

Perry loses out to Massaro in the final of the British Open

Sarah-Jane Perry’s first World Series final ended in disappointment as she went down in four games to Laura Massaro in the British Open in Hull.

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Lillington Free Church's Senior British League squad.

Lillington Free Church miss out on Senior third in thrilling finale

Lillington Free Church missed out on the third spot in Division 3C on countback after a 5-5 draw against Ormesby in the final game of the Senior British League.

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Tez Morton, seen here in action for Racing Club Warwick, was on target for Chadwick End in their win over Wroxton.

Wanderers get chance for revenge over Hibs in final of the Challenge Cup

Westlea Wanderers bounced back from their first league defeat of the season to thrash Mid-Warwickshire Police 7-0 in the semi-final of the Challenge Cup.

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Jack Edwards fires in the winner against Walsall in midweek. Picture: Tim Nunan

Leamington prepare for league finale with a final

Paul Holleran was delighted with the application of his side after they beat a young Walsall outfit to reach the final of the Birmingham Senior Cup.

Non League
Ben Nicholson's header gave Southam their first goal in 19 hours but there was a bit of fortune about the award. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Welcome stroke of luck helps Southam United break their long goal drought

In the end, Southam’s first goal in almost 19 hours of football probably never crossed the line, with manager Alex Baird admitting Ben Nicholson’s header was cleared by a Lichfield City defender in the nick of time.

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Kenilworth Runners pacers and racers at the Coventry Half Marathon. Picture submitted

Rose paces race to perfection to finish third female at the Coventry Half

It was a successful day for Kenilworth Runners at the Coventry Half Marathon with over 30 racing in the event, another seven taking on pacer roles and a further 14 undertaking marshalling duties in the city centre.

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Monica Williamson with her gold medal.

Williamson claims gold at the British Masters XC

Leamington C&AC’s Monica Williamson claimed individual gold in the W55 category at the British Masters National Cross Country Championships at Wavertree Park, Liverpool.

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Martin Slevin

Sporting underline title credentials at Racing Club

Racing Club Warwick were clinicially brushed aside in 15 first-half minutes by unbeaten Midland League Division One leaders Bromsgrove Sporting on Tuesday evening.

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Jack Forsythe crosses for Warwick School. Pictures submitted

Warwick School are aiming for an historic Twickenham double

Warwick School’s under-15 side joined their under-18s in the NatWest Schools Cup final at Twickenham after powering past Ivybridge College 33-22.

Rugby Union
Morgan Ansell

Cleary’s preparing for an exciting week as four chase Elite National titles

An exciting week for Cleary’s Gym will see Morgan Ansell defend her Elite National title and a trio of boxers enter the Senior Elite ABAE Championships.

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Richard Johnson was celebrating a four-timer at Warwick on Wednesday.

Four-some display from Johnson lifts Warwick gloom

Champion jockey Richard Johnson lit up a damp and gloomy Warwick on Wednesday with a sparkling four-timer to move 33 winners ahead of nearest rival Brian Hughes and close in on a second title, writes David Hucker.

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The Regency Run.

Wasps star to start Leamington’s Regency run

A Wasps Rugby Club star will be setting off the runners at the Regency run next weekend.

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Jack Edwards and James Mace celebrate Brakes' injury-time winner. Picture: Tim Nunan

Leamington reach the Birmingham Senior Cup final

Leamington reached the final of the Birmingham Senior Cup for the first time since 1979 after a stunning late, late show against Walsall, writes Paul Okey.

Football
Jack Edwards takes advantage of Jack Smith's slip-up and below, rewards himself with a drop of the black stuff. Pictures: Morris Troughton.

Rampant Brakes go to town on Dunstable

Leamington eased to a comfortable win over a youthful Dunstable side on Saturday to stretch their unbeaten Southern League Premier sequence to nine games, writes Paul Okey.

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Leamington's forwards set up another attack. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Leamington’s first-half blitz kills of the challenge of neighbours Earlsdon

A first-half performance of quite sublime rugby football from Leamington helped complete a league double over their near-neighbours.

Rugby Union
Nav Hayer scored a hat-trick as Khalsa 2nds beat relegation rivals Rugby & East Warwickshire 4-1.

Lichfield recover from two down to end Khalsa’s title challenge

Khalsa’s 13-game winning streak came to and end at Lichfield, in turn handing the Premier Division title to Nottingham University.

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