BRITTANY TEAGUE was the toast of North Cotswold Tri & Run (NCTR) after running her very first marathon in a fantastic time of 3:39.08 in London on Sunday.
THE BEECHES have beaten Hatherop 2-1 to lift the CIA Arthur Shipway Memorial Cup Final, played at the Corinium Stadium tonight.
LEAGUE champions Minchinhampton FC preserved their unbeaten home record as they hit Cotswold Rangers for six.
TWO boys involved in a shocking attack on a pony at an equestrian centre in Bourton-on-the-Water will spend time working with animals at the site to apologise for their actions.
THE Countess Bathurst will be the guest speaker at the annual general meeting of Fairford & Lechlade Business Club on Thursday (April 27).
CIRENCESTER seconds man of the match Manasa Cakau showed huge promise for the future in his side's 32-7 defeat by Dursley IIs in the Stroud & District Junior Plate semi-final
LECHLADE CC are the best kept cricketing secret in the West of England.
THE chairman of a campaign group fighting against plans to build 2,350 homes in Cirencester has voiced his support for a potential protest in the Market Place next month.
FOUR males tried to steal diesel fuel from a barn between Tetbury and Cherington.
A SIBERIAN husky was stolen from Babdown Airfield near Tetbury.
FIRE engines descended upon a house in Kemble after a bedroom went up in flames.
MALMESBURY’S karting ace Louis Harvey was among racers who showed their support for Billy Monger around motor racing circuits at the weekend.
MICHAEL KLINGER is back at Gloucestershire following a winter to remember at home in Australia and confident of leading a strong assault on the Royal London One-Day Cup, writes Richard Latham.
SOUTH Cerney Under-13s were crowned North Wilts Division Three champions following a 7-0 win at Ramsbury.
ROB FORBES crossed the iconic London Marathon finishing line in an impressive 211st place demonstrating his talent for running on roads as well as on trails.
CIRENCESTER ABC took two young boxers to Hockley in Essex over the weekend and both returned winners.
JOE HUGHES wonders just what he has to do to beat British super lightweight champion Tyrone Nurse.
THE M4 Karting Cirencester & District Division One championship is going to the last day of the season – May 6.
ONE losing bonus point from the 23-22 defeat at Bicester on Saturday ensured Stow's survival in the Southern Counties North for another season.