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Quartermaine is up to his tall order while new blood impress

The next generation of Cleary’s Gym fighters were on show at Trident College on Saturday night with four boxers making their debuts and Danny Quartermaine the only non-novice on show.

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Sue Harrison crosses the line at the close of the 100k. Pictures: Les Barnett

C&AC’s Harrison is best of British, while Venables is third at Anglo Celtic Plate

Leamington athletics clubs boasted the first and third women at the Anglo Celtic Plate home international on Sunday with Leamington C&AC’s Sue Harrison winning the 100k and Spa Striders’ Mel Venables coming in third.

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Sam Weaving took the seniors' crown at the Lillington Free Church  final tournament of the season.

Weaving claims seniors event for Free Church

Lillington Free Church’s final tournament of the season at St Nicholas Leisure Centre attracted a large entry, with the host club claiming the senior event through Sam Weaving.

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Jordan King was in fine overtaking form in the second race of the weekend as the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

King scythes through the field to rescue his Formula 2 weekend

MP Motorsport driver Jordan King lies seventh in the FIA Formula 2 Championship after scoring in both the feature and sprint races at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

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Leamington C&AC show off their shields for winning the men's and mixed events at the Hilly 100. Picture submitted

Captain Gould flies the flag for Leamington in Hilly 100 victory

Phil Gould captained Leamington C&AC’s men’s A team to victory at the Hilly 100 relay race on Sunday, bringing them home on the last of ten legs which take runners on a circular 100-mile course starting and finishing in Stratford.

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Jimbo Williams and John Hall add crucial runs for Leamington 2nds in their home win over Himley. Picture: Morris Troughton

Patient half-century from Leamington skipper Hopkins is in vain at Himley

Leamington are still awaiting their first league win of the season after falling to a disappointing defeat at Himley on Saturday.

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Rowington's Scott Rogers sportingly congratulates Will Lawton after dismissing him for 87.

Claverdon make it two from two after getting the better of their derby rivals

Newly promoted Claverdon made it two wins from two in Costwold Hills Division Five courtesy of a 90-run success at home to Rowington 2nds.

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Harbury spot on in Supplementary Cup

Harbury Albion held their nerve in a penalty shootout to beat Khalsa and lift the Cancer Supplementary Cup at Stockton FC.

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New Racing Club Warwick manager Scott Easterlow on the sidelines while in charge at Stockton.

New Racing Club Warwick boss vows to engage the local talent

Scott Easterlow says his priority as the new Racing Club Warwick manager is to persuade local talent to buy into the club’s renaissance.

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Paddy Boss comes home clear in the Whites-Free Skips For Metal NH Flat Race. Picture: www.dwprattracingphotography.co.uk

Fehily and Fry tickled Pink by Warwick Ladies Night double

After a chilly week leading up to the meeting, the sun came out for Saturday’s Think Pink Ladies Night, with jockey Noel Fehily and trainer Harry Fry making hay with a double in front of another big crowd, writes David Hucker.

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King's High sailor Ellie Walton with sailing partner Dan Budden.

Bronze medal for Budden at British Champs

Talented 17-year-old Ellie Walton is successfully juggling national sailing glory with studying for her A-levels.

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Keith Orme bowls for Avenue in their game on Saturday. Picture: Morris Troughton

Smith romp helps Avenue to Stratford triples win

Avenue maintained their winning form in a triples match at home to Stratford, coming out on top 81-69 after winning three of the five rinks.

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Brakes boss reflects on ‘a great way to end the season’

Leamington manager Paul Holleran said their Birmingham Senior Cup win had added gloss to what was already a pretty memorable campaign.

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Wellesbourne bowler John Edden delivering to Norton Lindsey & Wolverton's Richard Blyth.

Norton Lindsey & Wolverton shock champions in Premier Division opener

Norton Lindsey & Wolverton celebrated a new landmark in their 131-year history when the club fielded three league teams for the very first time.

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Spa Striders runners relax after completing the May the Fourth half-marathon. Picture submitted

Not a bard run from Lancashire at Shakespeare Half Marathon

Howard Lancashire was the first of 16 Kenilworth Runners to complete the Shakespeare Half Marathon on Sunday, finishing 16th in 82min 43sec.

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Westlea Wanderers celebrate their Cancer Cup final success.

Late goals seal a quickfire trophy double for Westlea

Two injury-time goals sealed Westlea Wanderers’ second trophy in a week as they beat Biships Itchington 3-0 in the final of the Cancer Cup.

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Leamington celebrate after rounding off their promotion season with another piece of silverware at Molineux. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Grandstand finish for Leamington as Breeden shootout save wins them the Birmingham Senior Cup

Leamington added gloss to a memorable season by winning the Birmingham Senior Cup with a penalty shootout success over Wolves at Molineux,writes Paul Okey.

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Rugby4Heroes music and rugby festival 2016. Photo by Rugby4Heroes.

Rugby4Heroes festival returns to Leamington

A charity rugby and music festival will be returning to Leamington for its ninth year this weekend.

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Josh Yarrow teamed up with Milly Green to win promotion from Division B.

Free Church A close the gap on Division One champions Rugby

The titles, promotion places and relegation slots have been decided in most of the Leamington League divisions, writes Phil John.

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Premier 2nd XI Division: Leamington v Kenilworth Wardens. 
George Stow (Leamington) has just allowed Dan Phillips to hit a mighty shot.
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Contrasting defeats for Leamington sides on opening league weekend

Leamington’s league season got off to a faltering start with both First and Second XIs losing their opening fixtures, albeit in differing circumstances.

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