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Watchmaker meets climbers

Stamford watchmaker Robert Loomes and his wife Robina Hill have visited Nepal to meet the Gurkhas who wore their watch to climb to the summit of Everest.

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Vandals target football club

Volunteers from a football club have been left devastated after vandals left tyre tracks on the clubs’s pitch.

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Water sports fans make festival a big splash on its Rutland debut

Organisers hailed the first National Watersports Festival at Rutland Water a major success.

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Reservoir to host watersports festival

Scuba divers will be able to explore the shallows of Rutland Water for the first time ever as part of the National Watersports Festival this weekend.

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Pool enjoys opening big splash

A bumper crowd enjoyed the good weather to ensure Bourne Outdoor Pool enjoyed a successful start to the new season.

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Rutland Water festival hopes to be success

Crowds flocked to enjoy the opening day of the National Watersports Festival as it was held on Rutland Water for the first time.

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Carl Wilson

CRICKET: Final delayed by rain

The final of the Winkworth Cup was abandoned following rain after both semi-finals had been completed.

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Final call to enter Race for Life

Women are being urged to make a last minute dash to enter Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life and Pretty Muddy as there are just six days left until registration closes.

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Aqua Park is back with a splash as this year it doubles in size

One of last Summer’s biggest hits returns tomorrow with a splash.

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INSIDE THE TIGERS’ DEN - Leicester restore pride in semi-final defeat

INSIDE THE TIGERS’ DEN - Leicester restore pride in semi-final defeat

There is no fairytale Premiership final for Leicester this season after they were beaten 21-20 by Wasps on Saturday by a heartbreaking late try.

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Dressage riders from Market Overton compete in Olympics

A talented pair of dressage riders from Market Overton will be flying the flag for the county in a national sports competition.

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Fun day at Bourne Rugby Club raises £700 for charities

A fun day raised nearly £1,400 to be split between cancer charities and a new rugby clubhouse.

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Deeping Rangers Blues under-10s

FOOTBALL: Fun and skill at Deeping Rangers’ junior tournament

Hundreds of youngsters showed off their skills during the Neil Olson Memorial Tournament at Deeping Rangers.

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Fin Adkins-Krijgsman scores his second goal to make it 3-0. Photos by Tim Wilson

CUP FINAL VERDICT: Fantastic Fin-ish for Deeping Rangers

Remember the name – Fin Adkins-Krijgsman.

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MATCH WINNER: Josh Lynch capitalises on good positional play by Rob Bentley to score Bournes second try against Keyworth.  Photo by Alan Hancock.

Vase ‘reflects everybody’s efforts’ over the season, claims Maudsley

Bourne player/coach Dave Maudsley claimed his side’s success in the NLD Vase was something to show for a season of progress.

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Top scorer Scott Coupland collects his medal on Tuesday night

FOOTBALL: Deeping Rangers boss looks to build on ‘a great season’

Deeping Rangers manager Michael Goode reflected on “a great season” – despite the disappointment of missing out on end-of-season silverware.

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Deeping Rangers went behind inside 30 seconds

CUP FINAL VERDICT: Deeping Rangers are runners-up again

The challenge for Deeping Rangers is finding a way to come out on top next season after being second best for the third time.

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Will Bird at the end of the Lincolnshire FA Senior Trophy final

CUP FINAL: Deeping Rangers don’t want to be second best again

Deeping Rangers are aiming to end a superb season with silverware – and avoid a hat-trick of runners-up medals.

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Isabel Spinley

SWIMMING: Isabel’s aiming to be Euro star

Deepings Swimming Club’s Isabel Spinley is heading to the European Junior Championships in Israel.

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Shirt sponsors at Long Sutton - from left, Alecia Hayes and Alex Howes (Als Barbershop), Tony Gibbs (Cricket Deal Direct) and Charlene Blakey (The Lounge)

CRICKET: Newman and Pullum lead way in big win

Dave Newman was the top scorer with 122 which helped Billingborough to the highest team score of the day.

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