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Racing Club are at the races against Uttoxeter

Racing Club Warwick followed up their midweek win over league leaders Leicester Road with a hard-fought 3-1 success at home to Uttoxeter Town to climb to fifth in the Midland League Division One table.

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Darren Pond will be missing against Hitchin tomorrow.

Holleran praises title rivals for impressive starts

Leamington boss Paul Holleran has paid tribute to Slough Town and Chippenham after “phenomenal” starts to their Southern Premier League campaigns.

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Southam United's Suki Nijjar unleashes a shot against Studley on Saturday. Picture: Morris Troughton

Evans hits five as Southam old boys come back to haunt Saints

Southam suffered a heavy defeat to a Studley side containing four former Saints, despite playing well for long periods.

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Courtney Baker-Richardson guides home the ball to put Leamington two goals up at Cirencester. Pictures: Sally Ellis

New loans are a poor investment for Town

Brakes negotiated a tricky away trip to a Cirencester side much changed from their opening-day clash, writes Paul Edwards.

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Jake Brown scored the only goal of the game as Racing Club Warwick beat Midland League Division One leaders Leicester Road.

Racing Club make a statement with win over league leaders

Racing Club bounced back from their 3-1 defeat to Atherstone by stunning leaders Leicester Road on Tuesday evening.

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Southam United captain Ben Nicholson was the only survivor on Saturday from the side which had lost at home to Heather in August.

Heather heap further misery on sorry Southam

A Southam starting XI which contained just captain Ben Nicholson from the side that narrowly lost 2-1 to Heather St Johns at Banbury Road in August, crashed to a 10-0 defeat against their rampant hosts in the return Midland League Division One fixture.

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Brakes celebrate Darren Pond's leveller. Picture: Sally Ellis

Leamington make their point to keep title bid on track

Brakes returned from the long trip to south Wales with a well earned point from an entertaining contest against a Merthyr Town side who on this evidence look to be a good bet to remain up with the pacesetters in the division, writes Paul Edwards.

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Rob Thompson-Brown's delivery beats almost everyone in the box before being turned in to his own net by Hayes & Yeading skipper Tom Broadbent. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Improved Hayes push Brakes all the way

Brakes notched a sixth straight Southern League Premier Division victory to retain their place at the head of the table, but they were pushed all the way in the second half by a Hayes & Yeading side playing their first league match under new joint-managers Richie Hanlon and Paul Hughes, writes Paul Edwards.

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Ryan Rowe confidently slots home Leamington's second from the penalty spot.

Brakes progress in Birmingham Senior Cup after withstanding a second-half blitz

Leamington survived a torrid second half to move into the last eight of the Birmingham Senior Cup on Tuesday night, writes Paul Okey.

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Paul Holleran says he still has things he wants to achieve at Leamington.

Holleran stays loyal to Brakes in pursuit of Conference dream

Paul Holleran said there was never any danger of him jumping ship to take over at Solihull Moors, saying he still has a burning ambition to achieve things at Leamington.

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Martin Slevin scored from the spot for Racing Club at Heath Hayes.

Racers move into top six after comeback victory

Racing Club Warwick put on a sparkling second-half performance at Heath Hayes to record a fourth straight win and move into the Midland League Division One top six.

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James Keller opened the scoring for Southam at home to Uttoxeter Town.

Injury woes continue to blight Saints as they target first win

Southam United were unable to hang on for their first win of the season after taking a first-half lead at home to Uttoxeter.

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Paul Holleran

Holleran commits to Brakes

Paul Holleran has distanced himself from speculation linking him with the vacant managerial role at Solihull Moors, saying he still has a burning ambition to achieve things at Leamington.

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The ball hits the back of the net for Brakes second. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Brakes go to town on visitors to move clear

Leamington opened up a three-point gap at the summit of the Southern Premier League courtesy of an entertaining victory over full-time outfit Basingstoke Town, writes Paul Okey.

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Courtney Baker-Richardson threatens for Leamington at Bedworth. Picture: Sally Ellis

Two goals in two minutes put Senior Cup clash to bed

Brakes twice came from behind to progress to the second round of the Birmingham Senior Cup as they edged out Bedworth United at The Oval, writes Paul Edwards.

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Courtney Baker-Richardson hits the post with Brakes best chance of the game at home to Mickleover Sports. Picture: Morris Troughton

Soft Brexit is just as painful for Leamington

Brakes’ exit strategy showed little sign of change as they bowed out of the FA Trophy as they did the FA Cup, at the first hurdle, writes Paul Okey.

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Jamie Hood joins the celebrations for Connor Gudger's winner. Picture: Tim Nunan

Gudger’s scrappy winner is harsh on dogged Cambridge

Connor Gudger’s scrambled goal three minutes from time shattered Cambridge, who had belied their lowly position by providing one of the toughest games of the season so far for Brakes, writes Paul Edwards.

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Southam United try to force the ball home in the first half of their clash against Stafford Town. Picture: Morris Troughton

Southam go down to fellow strugglers Stafford

Southam United boss Ian Ray pulled no punches after seeing his side go down 3-0 at home to fellow Midland League Division One strugglers Stafford Town.

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Brakes celebrate Ryan Rowe's second goal of the evening. Picture: Sally Ellis

Rowe double puts Brakes in control before Breeden keeps up his Valley penalty heroics

Tony Breeden was once again the scourge of Redditch at The Valley Stadium as he saved another penalty to help Leamington to a tenth league win of the season, writes Paul Edwards.

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Ahmed Obeng advances on goal after a mesmerising run through the King's Lynn defence. Picture: Tim Nunan

Obeng’s pace catches the eye, but work ethic impresses boss

Leamington manager Paul Holleran was in upbeat mood after his side took their goal tally to 20 from six games with a 3-0 win over King’s Lynn on Tuesday evening.

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