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Boss predicts bright future for Cottesmore Amateurs

Cottesmore Amateurs boss Neil Miller believes the Rogues Park outfit are 
starting to reap the benefits of their long-term plan.

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Sir Halley Stewart Field - Pinchbeck United v Bourne Town

Wakes are urged to stick together after tough start

Wakes boss Jimmy 
McDonnell is urging his side to stick together after a 
difficult start to the new 
United Counties League Division One campaign.

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Stamford v Carlton

Daniels set their sights on another FA Cup adventure

Daniels boss Graham Drury is urging his charges to create their own piece of history as they set off on another FA Cup adventure.

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Stamford v Carlton

Patience pays off with late King goal

Patience paid off for the Daniels as they opened their home account for the EvoStik Division One South season with victory over Carlton Town on Tuesday night.

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Danny Barker, Blackstones

Stones boss Lodge wants to maintain momentum

Blackstones boss Andy Lodge is urging his side to maintain the momentum after their impressive start to the new season.

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Burghley comp

Royal faces to appear at horse trials

This year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2017 will have a Royal flavour with Zara Phillips competing and her aunt, The Countess of Wessex, presenting the prize to the winner.

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Deepings Swimming Clubs national squad  from left, Bailie Harrison, Isabel Spinley, Louis Metselaar, Chloe Jones, Ben Beedell and Tom Adams

SWIMMING: Four county records for Deepings

Deepings Swimming Club’s squad took home six medals, made 13 finals and swam four new county records at the British Summer Championships and England National Summer Championships – capping a highly successful season.

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Jake Jarman

GYMNASTICS: ‘Amazing experience’ for Jake

Jake Jarman finished fifth in his first all-around final at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Hungary.

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TEAM ONFORM: Sian Botteley and Jessica Woodworth (right and second right), with (from left) Neve Upton, Clover Murray,  Julie Erskine, Lucy Harper and Holly Hoy.  Photo by Huw Williams.

Bourne Wheelers on the pathway to racing at ‘big school’

British Cycling’s National Road Race Championships in the Isle of Man were of more than passing interest to members of Bourne Wheelers Cycling Club.

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Jake Jarman

GYMNASTICS: Silver joy for Jake

Jake Jarman is emerging as a British star after winning silver at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Hungary.

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Boxers fight club closure threat

A popular boxing club is facing closure after it was told to leave its base of the last eight-years due to a bid to improve the emergency services.

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David Hardstaff, who raised �1,500 for a hospital, and his wife Sandra Hardstaff

Charity bike ride’s £1,500 boost for hospital

A charity cyclist raised £1,500 to support a hospital’s breast cancer unit by riding 17-miles round Rutland Water.

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The successful squad wearing their specially designed t-shirts sponsored by Anglian Water at the Netherlands Invitational open meet in Eindhoven.

SWIMMING: Dutch delight for Deepings

Deepings Swimming Club collected 22 medals at the Netherlands Invitational open meet against international competition as club butterfly record holder Isabel Spinley won bronze for Great Britain at the European Junior Championships in Israel.

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Tim James

CYCLING: Tim targets top-class career

Teenage cyclist Tim James is a young man on a mission.

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Members of Rutland Sewing group prepare for Ladies Day at Ascot

Dressmakers enjoy success at the races

A group of keen dressmakers proved winners when they created their own outfits for a day at Royal Ascot races.

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Rick and Cath Green with members of the boxing club

Final bell sounds for boxing club coaches

Boxing coaches have stepped out of the ring as they retire from coaching the sport after 21-years.

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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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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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