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Hamnett’s first-half double leaves Kenilworth with far too much to do

Buckinghamshire-based Olney proved too strong for Kenilworth as they ended the Glasshouse Lane side’s Intermediate Cup campaign in the first round, writes Sophie Freestone.

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One For Arthur trainer Lucinda Russell is plotting a repeat win at the Grand National which will mean a return to Warwick early next year.

Grand start for Warwick as Klein looks to build on success

Warwick’s new season gets under way next Tuesday, when the course hosts The Racing UK Grand Season Opener, the first of 18 meetings stretching through the winter and finishing at the end of May, writes David Hucker.

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Mick Ives in action.

Heart attack will not stop Ives planning for season 61

Baginton’s multiple world champion Mick Ives will be sidelined for the remainder of the season following a heart attack.

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Dan Stone got to the final of the beginners event where he lost out to Rugbys Oliver Ferguson. Picture: Morris Troughton

Dorning warms up for the new season with tournament victory

With the league season only a couple of weeks away, Lillington Free Church’s first tournament of the season at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre was over-subscribed.

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Ila Wingrove and her pony Milford Fare Honeybee. Picture submitted

Wingrove wins over her parents and then wins the day at South West Champs

When six-year-old Ila Wingrove from Southam won a Working Hunter Championship at Hanbury County Show in July her pony Milford Fare Honeybee qualified to compete at the South West Pony Association (SWPA) Championship in Chepstow, Wales.

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Ross Lowthian ploughs forward for Kenilworth. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Derby delight for clinical Kenilworth as Leamington are left firing blanks

Kenilworth started life in Midlands Two West (South) with a solid 22-0 victory over their derby rivals Leamington, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Joe Talamini celebrates scoring a try on his birthday. Picture submitted

Wellings again proves a thorn in the side of Old Coventrians

Old Leamingtonians’ fitness and running game allowed them to overcome a forward-reliant Old Coventrians despite the hosts outscoring their visitors by six tries to five.

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On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

Today, Wednesday September 13, is Cycle to Work Day, which encourages adults across the UK to get on their bike and give cycle commuting a go for one day.

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Cleary's boxer Lewis Williams with Anthony Joshua and Blyth heavyweight Michael Webster.

Williams goes four rounds with world champ Joshua

Cleary’s boxer Lewis Williams had a baptism of fire in his first week of training with the Great Britain squad in Sheffield, sparring four rounds with world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.

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Mikkel Andresen looks for options for Kenilworth. Picture: Willie Whitesmith

Kenilworth progress in the Warwickshire Shield

Kenilworth secured a win in their first competitive game of the season at a grey, blustery and, at times, cold, Mayo Road, writes Bruce Doe.

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Jordan King picked up just a point from his weekend in Monza.

King’s Monza hopes stall in the opening seconds

Jordan King admitted it had been a weekend to forget at Monza, with the Harbury driver leaving the Italian circuit with just a solitary FIA Formula 2 point to show for his efforts.

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Dan Skelton, right, with jockey brother Harry at Warwick.

Skelton eyeing treble ahead of Warwick curtain-raiser

Warwickshire trainer Dan Skelton is targeting a hat-trick when Warwick Racecourse’s new season gets under way.

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Your chance to be part of Warwick record attempt

Warwick Hockey Club are appealing for players young and old to help them break a world record for the most players in a hockey exhibition match.

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Harry Lazell with Tim Henman.

Lazell celebrates Wimbedon glory

Warwick School’s Harry Lazell struggled to contain his delight after lifting a trophy on the famous grass courts of Wimbledon.

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Kenilworth dot down.

Kenilworth Ladies make a fine start

Kenilworth Ladies got their season off to a great start on Sunday with a convincing 46-17 friendly victory over Birmingham Exiles at Glasshouse Lane, writes Cath Lyon.

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Williams has Gold-en ambition after earning Great Britain spot

He may not know quite when it is, but that has not stopped Cleary’s boxer Lewis Williams dreaming of an appearance at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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Jim Severn, right and Jack Smith after their pairs win in 1963.

Town’s former ‘world champion’ Severn passes away, aged 87

Jim Severn, a former National Darts Association of Great Britain pairs champion, has passed away in Warwick Hospital aged 87.

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Tom Oliphant

Oliphant consolidates fourth place in front of TV cameras at Snetterton

Tom Oliphant launched the second half of his 2017 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season with a pair of top-six finishes at Snetterton, having battled for the podium positions in front of the live ITV4 television cameras in race two.

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Jordan King in the thick of the battle at the Hungaroring.

King left frustrated by a lack of points and pace in Hungary

It proved a testing weekend for Jordan King at the Hungaroring as he failed to pick up points for the first time this year despite a strong qualifying performance on Friday afternoon.

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Carnival time for Warwick as they gain extra fixture

Warwick Racecourse’s popular May Racing Carnival will be expanded to four days from 2018 after a new fixture was confirmed in the British Racing Fixture List for next year.

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