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Round Oak claim a coveted gold as a host of local schools make their mark

A host of schools from our area have been rewarded with the School Games Mark, with Round Oak School, Support Service and Sports College meeting the coveted gold criteria.

Ed Hannam is led off the pitch after picking up an injury in the opening skirmish. Picture: Wilie Whitesmith

Injury-hit Kenilworth fall to heavy defeat at Moseley

Kenilworth’s walking wounded endured another tough day at the office at Billesley Common Rugby Complex, the ground Moseley Oak share with their Championship neighbours, writes Peter Jones.

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Sarah-Jane Perry

Perry loses out in world team finale

Sarah-Jane Perry lost a dramatic decider as Egypt dethroned champions England in the final of the WSF Women’s World Team Squash Championship in Paris.

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Horst Walczak

Walczak ends 37-year drought with East Midland Championship

Leamington sidecar racer Horst Walczak is celebrating his first-ever Championship success, 37 years after taking up the sport.

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Andrew Caves

Caves Triumphs in debut to cap promising week for Royal Leamington Spa

Royal Leamington Spa ABC’s Andrew Caves made a promising start to his fight career with victory over Triumph ABC’s Andrew Stevenson.

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Mike Cole piles on the pressure against Liam 'Rocco' Richards. Picture submitted

Cole completes professional hat-trick with victory over durable Richards

Napton fighter Mike Cole finished off his first year as a professional with his third straight win at Walsall Football Club’s Banks’s Stadium.

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Trina Gulliver

Perfect six for Gulliver as she wins Winmau World Masters

Trina Gulliver MBE won the Winmau World Masters for the sixth time on Sunday, beating long-time rival Deta Hedman 5-2 in the final at the Lakeside.

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Nick Rawlinson, who died from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) in February 2012

Cycle ride in memory of Kenilworth cyclist will be in its fifth year

An annual cycle ride held in the memory of a Kenilworth cyclist who died from a serious a heart condition will soon be in its fifth year.

Desert Queen has been entered for the feature race at Warwick on Thursday.

Christmas comes early for Warwick Racecourse

With milder weather spreading across the country this week, the scene is set for Warwick’s Eventmasters Christmas Raceday on Thursday, with the £25,000 Lady Godiva Mares’ Novices’ Chase (Listed Race) topping the seven-race card, writes David Hucker.

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Nikit Sajiv boasted a 90 per cent record as Lillington Free Church A won Division One of the National Junior League.

Sajiv in inspiring form as Free Church win Division One of the Junior League

Lillington Free Church enjoyed a very successful day at Wellingborough on day two of the National Junior League, writes Phil John.

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Sean Leahy with coach Babs Kandola.

Finch closes in on championship final berth after beating Bingley

Cleary’s ABC fighter Jake Finch beat Jordan Bingley (Empire ABC) to move into tomorrow’s Class C 52kg semi-final of the NAGB Championships.

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Leamington make a break. at Spartans. Picture: Ken Pinfold

Leamington’s rally comes too late to salvage any bonus points

Injuries to centres Tom Daplyn and Danny Ruyssevelt inside the first quarter led to Leamington losing momentum as they again succumbed to defeat at Spartans.

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Jordan King enjoyed a second practice session for Manor Racing.

King struggles to adjust to GP2 after F1 practice

British GP2 racer Jordan King had a low-key finish to his sophomore season in the Formula 1 feeder series with 13th and tenth-placed finishes in the Abu Dhabi finale.

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Andre Klein

Upbeat Klein full of Christmas cheer

December sees Warwick’s final two meetings of 2016 with the Eventmasters Christmas Raceday taking place on Thursday, followed by the popular New Year’s Eve fixture, writes David Hucker.

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Elaine Sherwin catches her breath at the finish.

European bronze for Sherwin in Norfolk

Leamington C&AC’s Elaine Sherwin and her three-year-old working bred Pointer Daphne claimed a bronze medal in the veteran women’s category at the International Federation of Sleddog Sports (IFSS) Dryland European Championships at Thetford Forest in Norfolk.

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Sean Leahy with coach Babs Kandola.

Leahy produces mature performance to see off Ledbury ABC’s Price

Fitzpatrick’s ABC boxer Sean Leahy, the younger of the boxing brothers, claimed a unanimous decision in Nuneaton over Ledbury ABC’s Jake Price in what was described as “a very mature display” by coach Babs Kandola.

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Kenilworth woman disappointed with council after not moving evening aquafit classes to Abbey Fields

Kenilworth woman disappointed with council after not moving evening aquafit classes to Abbey Fields

A Kenilworth woman has expressed her disappointment over the district council’s decision to not move its evening aquafit sessions to Abbey Fields’ pool while St Nicholas Park’s pool in Warwick is closed.

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Tom Oliphant takes his place on the far right of the podium after third place in his opening Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East outing.

Oliphant enjoys one of his best-ever races in Bahrain

Tom Oliphant got his 2016/17 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East campaign off toa superb start with a podium finish on his championship debut at the Bahrain International Circuit.

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Ricardo Bolanos finished second behind England number one Jamie Liu in his open cadets' group in Grantham .

Rowan digs in to stave off whitewash against a rampant St George’s B

St George’s B moved into fourth place in Division One after overcoming Nomads A 9-1.

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Alex Sedgwick

Sedgwick faces another 24 hours

Southam College student Alex Sedgwick will be leaving his school books behind in January as he again contests one of the world’s top 24-hour endurance races.

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