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GLOUCESTERSHIRE suffered their fourth defeat in five games at the Cheltenham Festival as they were comprehensively outplayed by Northamptonshire in their opening Royal London One-Day Cup clash, writes Rob Iles.
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CIRENCESTER seconds continued their recent rise towards mid-table safety in Division 4 of the Readers County League with an ultimately convincing 51-run victory over Cheltenham Allsorts in The Park on Saturday.
3:24pm Tuesday 29th July 2014
CIRENCESTER thirds increased their lead at the top of Division Three of the CDCA League with a crushing 98-run win at Bibury thanks to a fine unbeaten century from James Battishill and accurate bowling from George Thrussell and Joel Frost who shared eight wickets.
12:33pm Tuesday 29th July 2014
MANY top international riders, including Zara Phillips, William Fox-Pitt and Tina Cook of Team GB, will be warming up for next month's World Equestrian Games at Gatcombe's Festival of British Eventing this weekend, writes Jayne Bennett.
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THE Race to the Stones is an event which asks runners to 'follow the footsteps of Romans, Vikings, farmers and traders along the iconic Ridgeway to finish at the 3,000-year-old stone circle at Avebury'.
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THE blue riband event of bowls, the County Singles Final held at Olveston Bowls Club, saw a cracking final lasting two hours that swayed both ways before last year's runner-up Lee Williamson (Cheltenham) gained revenge over 2013 champion Keith Hinder (Dursley) by 21-17.
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THE Festival was fine in all respects bar one and that was the most important of all, the cricket. Played five, lost four, and just one victory. These blunt statistics speak for themselves but regrettably they do not tell the whole story.
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GLOUCESTERSHIRE'S London Olympics gold medal-winning pair Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester have been selected as part of the four strong GB team at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, which takes place in Normandy next month.
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THE Wychwood Oxfordshire Golf Club situated in the heart of the Cotswolds countryside is always a pleasure for a golf team to visit – even more delightful when they come away with an away win as was the case recently with the Cirencester seniors.
7:35am Monday 28th July 2014
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AS this article hits the news stands, I will be waking to my fourth morning at Herefordshire’s Redmire Pool. There’s every chance I will still be waiting for a bite, too, and so this piece is an example of what every weather-beaten and experienced angler should do: getting in the excuses beforehand.
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A REMARKABLE last-wicket partnership between Liam Norwell and Purton's Craig Miles restored some pride for Gloucestershire against neighbours Worcestershire on a record-breaking day at the Cheltenham Festival, writes Rob Iles.
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LAURA HALFORD, from Cricklade, along with team-mates Frankie Jones and Nikara Jenkins, made history by winning Wales' first ever Commonwealth Games team medal in rhythmic gymnastics as they claimed silver in Glasgow on the opening day of competition.
7:00am Thursday 24th July 2014
JOE HUGHES has his fingers crossed that he’ll still be able to engineer another crack at the Southern Area light-welterweight title after illness robbed him of the chance to challenge for the belt last weekend, writes Dan Barnes.
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LAURA HALFORD can’t wait for the rhythmic gymnastics to begin at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tomorrow (Thursday) after performing her routine at a virtually empty SECC Precinct venue on the north bank of the River Clyde on Tuesday, writes Danny Hall.
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BILL LEGGATE is obviously a true romantic. To celebrate their first wedding anniversary, like most runners would, he took his wife to Essex for the Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners' Felstead 10k in which he finished sixth overall in 36.17.
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