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Two Castles Run ballot opening soon

The ballot for people to enter this year's Two Castles Run between Warwick and Kenilworth Castle is opening soon.

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Jason Ashley. Photo submitted.

Charity challenge for Warwick rugby player

A Warwick rugby player who is hanging up his boots when he turns 50 has set himself a fundraising challenge.

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Simon Tyler's two conversions proved crucial as Kenilworth edged past Nuneaton Old Edwardians.

Kenilworth edge past Old Eds to stay in play-off contention

Kenilworth returned to winning ways on Saturday with a nerve-wracking 21-18 victory over Nuneaton Old Edwardians to keep the pressure on play-off rivals Malvern, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Ted Evetts

Evetts joins a record field as he bids to win back Tour Card

Stockton thrower Ted Evetts joined a record field in the 2018 PDC Qualifying Schools, with over 600 players competing for PDC Tour Cards in Wigan and Hildesheim.

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Kelly Sibley will be in action for England in the Team World Cup.

Olympic memories to come flooding back for Sibley

Kelly Sibley is aiming to revive memories of London 2012 when England take on the world’s best players at the Team World Cup at the Copper Box Arena next month.

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Bryony Frost was all smiles after winning the Betfred Classic on Milansbar. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Thumbs up from Frost as Milansbar cruises to Betfred Classic Chase victory

With a big crowd, sunshine and a record £183,000 in prize money, the stage was set for Betfred Classic Chase Day, Warwick’s big meeting of the season, and it didn’t disappoint as Milansbar provided jockey Bryony Frost with another big-race winner in front of the television cameras, writes David Hucker.

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Ed Hannam finds his progress halted for Kenilworth.

Kenilworth take positives despite failing to hold on against Malvern

Kenilworth started 2018 with a narrow defeat to Malvern but after losing 57-24 to them earlier in the season there were many positives to be taken, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Canicross athletes Will Eadon and Jonathan Ingram.

Sherwin leads Leamington gold rush at the Nationals

Leamington C&AC athlete Elaine Sherwin and her son Jonathan Ingram both won golds at the British Sleddog Sports Federation National Championships at Pembrey Country Park, south Wales.

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Tempers flare during the derby encounter at Leamington. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Leamington earn derby bragging rights as Brear and Bell bag braces

Two tries apiece from second-row John Brear and fleet-footed winger Garrett Bell, together with the steady boot of Tom Jewitt enabled Leamington to win this hard-fought derby, played in testing conditions.

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Russe Blanc, winner of the Classic Chase in 2016, returns to Warwick on Saturday aiming for a repeat. Picture: dwprattphotography.co.uk

Russe Blanc out to shock again at Warwick’s richest raceday

A record £183,000 in prize money will be up for grabs at Warwick’s Betfred Classic Chase Day on Saturday, the course’s richest meeting of the season, writes David Hucker.

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Joe Shrimpton was part of the Free Church R duo which whitewashed Eathorpe G.

Ashorne celebrating in two-a-side league after gaining triple promotion

Ashorne A took nine points from their last two matches to take top spot in Division B of the Leamington League and gain promotion for the spring campaign, writes Phil John.

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Jordan King, right, will share driving duties with Ed Carpenter.

King handed No. 20 drive in 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series

Harbury racing driver Jordan King says he is “beyond excited” to have been given the opportunity to race in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series.

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Kenilworth RFC players before their appearance on BT Sport's Rugby Tonight

WATCH: Kenilworth RFC's players get taste of fame with TV appearance

Kenilworth Rugby Club’s men and women got a taste of fame this week after appearing on TV to show off their skills.

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Lee Dorning saw off number one seed Ian Ferguson to win the Warwickshire men's singles crown.

Dorning edges past top seed to lift Warwickshire singles crown

Lillington Free Church’s Lee Dorning lifted the men’s singles title at the Senior Warwickshire Championships which were staged at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre on Sunday, writes Phil John.

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There is no stopping John Brear as he races in for Leamingtons third try of the afternoon. Picture: Ken Penfold

Spa claim an outstanding Eve of Christmas victory

Leamington put in an almost flawless showing as their pack once again proved instrumental in providing the platform for this bonus-point win.

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The Southam defence creaks as Kenilworth batter it in the latter stages of the second half.

Contentious late try denies Southam a share of the spoils at Kenilworth

A grey, miserable day at Glasshouse Lane was reflected in a rather monochrome performance from Kenilworth, with only a controversial late try denying a combative Southam side a draw.

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Jack Green picked up a fine treble for Free Church B in their 7-3 win over County Council C.

Lines hat-trick fails to stave off defeat in top-of-the-table clash

A fine treble from Ryan Lines could not prevent St George’s B claiming a 7-3 win over Rugby A in the Leamington League top-of-the-table clash, writes Phil John.

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Leamington's pack pile on the pressure. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt.

Leamington edge out derby rivals Earlsdon after second half to savour

After losing two very tough matches against Berkswell & Balsall and Droitwich by a whisker, Leamington finally got reward for their hard work in this, at times, feisty affair.

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Tom Oliphant takes centre stage after a superb victory in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East. Picture: Porsche Middle East

Oliphant wins landmark race in Dubai to roar to the top of the standings

Tom Oliphant wrote his name into the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East history books after taking victory in the championship’s milestone 100th race at the Dubai Autodrome .

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No dream start in Worlds for Evetts

Ted Evetts admitted he had failed to produce his best darts after slipping to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Gerwyn Price on the opening night of the William Hill World Darts Championship at the Alexandra Palace.

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