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Inexperienced sides impress on day one of National Cadet League

After recent successes in the National Leagues, Lillington Free Church entered day one of the National Cadet League at Wellingborough on Sunday with a view to the future, writes Phil John.

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Leamington prop Dan Barber breaks clear. Picture: Ken Penfold

Northover puts seal on win for upwardly mobile Leamington

Leamington produced an outstanding all-round display to claim their third successive win, moving into mid-table in the process.

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Martyn Stickley converts Warwick's second against Old Halesonians. Picture: Morris Troughton

Warwick hold off late rally to record successive wins

Warwick’s men’s 1sts made it back-to-back league wins to edge clear of the relegation zone.

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Jacob Robinson on the attack for Warwickshire Bears. Picture submitted

Bears produce a titanic display to win opener

Warwickshire Bears’ first team opened their 2017-18 First Division South season with what could be their game of the season, beating the team that pipped them for second spot in the previous campaign, London Titans 2, 56-54.

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Ozzie The Oscar, nearside, joins long-time leader Shantou Rock at the final fence in the Integral Novices Chase. Picture:

Ozzie The Oscar winner of Warwick feature race

Somerset trainer Philip Hobbs made it four wins in two days when Ozzie The Oscar landed the feature race at Warwick’s Business Networking Raceday on Friday, writes David Hucker.

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Eduardo Bolanos won his under-13 singles group at the Burton-on-Trent 2-star event.

Fourth place for Free Church’s Nikit at Milton Keynes event

Several youngsters from Lillington Free Church had busy weekends at 2-star tournaments.

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Tommy Silver is a lively chance for the feature race.

Tommy Silver could be the golden ticket for Nicholls

Business Networking Raceday returns to Warwick today (Friday) with former England Rugby World Cup-winning star Mike Tindall the guest speaker ahead of the afternoon’s seven-race card, writes David Hucker.

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Kenilworth skipper Bobby Thompson spreads the play. Picture: Willie Whitesmith

Booth’s move is the catalyst for a convincing away win for Kenilworth

Kenilworth continued their good run of form with a strong performance to power past Barkers’ Butts on Saturday for their fourth consecutive league win, writes Peter Jones.

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Jake Finch on his way to victory against Brad Heeley. Picture: Tim Harris

Finch is a force to be reckoned with on mixed night for Cleary’s

Jake Finch’s 54kg victory over Brad Healey was the highlight of a mixed night for Cleary’s boxers on their home show against the Army Elite.

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Danny Quartermaine in action against Lewis Frimpony. Pictures: Tim Harris

No holding Quartermaine after English title success

Cleary’s boxer Danny Quartermaine picked up the first title of his career on Saturday, beating Lewis Frimpony (Evolve) to claim the English 60kg elite title at the Leamington Real Tennis Club.

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Simon Griew claimed two singles as Leamington Veterans A slipped to a narrow defeat against Nuneaton A.

Doubles disappointment for Leamington’s Midland veterans

Leamington Veterans A suffered a setback to their Midland League Division One campaign when losing their opening fixture 6-4 to newly promoted Nuneaton A, writes Phil John.

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Khalsa's Ben Stephenson is unlucky not to find the target with this strike. Picture: Morris Troughton

Khalsa hang on to secure their fifth successive victory

Two late penalty-corner goals from Bournville could not prevent Khalsa securing their fifth win on the bounce.

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Harbury clip Swifts’ wings to move into the last eight of Junior Vase

Harbury moved into the quarter-finals of the Midlands Junior Vase with a hard-earned 12-8 win at Bedford Swifts.

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Fitzpatricks boxer Nick Leahy in action in his final against Aaron Prospere.

Leahy shows plenty of heart to win national title

Fitzpatrick’s boxer Nick Leahy did it “the hard way” to claim his first senior national title, according to coach Derek Fitzpatrick.

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Lewis Williams receives his new car from Tony Wilson, managing director of Tollbar Volvo of Warwick.

Williams has all the ingredients to succeed...and now the drive

Cleary’s boxer Lewis Williams’ first few weeks with the Great Britain camp have certainly given him food for thought.

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Kenilworth combine to stop the progress of a Silhillians attacker. Picture: Willie Whitesmith

Kenilworth’s four-try salvo breaks Silhillians’ resistance

Kenilworth continued their strong start to the season with a five-try victory over Silhillians lifting them to third place, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Leamington back-row forward Lewis Kelsey cuts through the Old Yardleians defence. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Leamington secure their first victory in fine style

Leamington claimed their first win of the season at the fifth time of asking against the division’s whipping boys Old Yardleians.

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Ollie Sampson is poised to net for Warwick 4ths against Olton.

Warwick beat Edgbaston to claim first points of the season

Warwick’s men finally got off the mark in Midlands Division One courtesy of a 3-1 win at Edgbaston.

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Naomi Folkard

Folkard delays retirement to claim world pairs bronze

Leamington archer Naomi Folkard put her retirement on hold to win bronze alongside Patrick Huston at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City.

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Royal Leamington Spa ABC's Mario Piwowar with Fitzpatrick's boxer Nick Leahy.

Leahy and Piwowar developing well to power their way into national finals

Leamington will have four fighters in the finals of the Senior Development Championships this weekend after Nick Leahy and Mario Piwowar both came through their semi-final bouts.

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