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Roberts a fine second in Splash

Todmorden Harriers’ Annie Roberts finished second and Calder Valley Fell Runners’ Jo Buckley third among the women in Sunday’s Stanbury Splash.

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Mercer could start for England

Mercer could start for England

England head coach Eddie Jones has indicated that former Old Brodleians junior Zach Mercer has a chance of starting the NatWest Six Nations opener against Italy on February 4.

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Mexborough Cup, Bradley Hall Golf Club. Gordon Abernethy, Gary Williamson and Nigel Viney.

Abernethy to be Union president

West End Golf Club’s Gordon Abernethy will be President of the Halifax-Huddersfield Union in 2019.

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Splashing good time at icy New Year swim

More than 50 swimmers braved the icy waters at the annual New Year Swim on Sunday, cheered on by a large crowd of supporters.

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Tiler ruled herself out of Games

Todmorden weightlifting ace Rebekah Tiler has revealed that she asked not to be selected for Team England at the Commonwealth Games.

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Keighley v Brods
 Rob  Jennings

Brods let it slip in thriller

Old Brodleians were beaten by the last kick of the game on Saturday, losing a cracking Yorkshire One contest at Keighley.

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Old Rishworthians vs North Ribblesdale
Harvey Keighley Payne

Rishworthians blow hot and cold

Old Rishworthians put in a Jekyll and Hyde performance against a North Ribblesdale side who never gave up, winning 38-29 at Copley in Yorkshire One yesterday.

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Heath draw with last-gasp try

Heath draw with last-gasp try

Heath snatched a 21-21 draw in a dramatic finale at Moortown to stay third in Yorkshire One, now behind York and Beverley.

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Crocs coach: We need time

Crocs coach: We need time

Old Crossleyans player-coach Ryan Hammond admitted that his side might have to wait another year to mount a promotion challenge after a 13-6 home defeat to Goole yesterday.

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World Darts Champion Scott Waites with Bethan Wilson and Kyle Walker at Rawson Junior & Infant School, Boothtown.

Waites no match for top seed

Scott Waites was very disappointed with his performance as he lost his BDO World Championship semi-final 6-2 to top seed and holder Glen Durrant yesterday.

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Typical! Just as the bites start coming the league is over for another year

I couldn’t help but laugh as the final Yorkshire Winter League this season drew to a close on Sunday.writes Tim Worsnop.

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Hockey - Halifax v Bradford. Michael Jones for Halifax.

Halifax pipped in thriller

Halifax Hockey Club’s men’s first team suffered an agonising 4-3 defeat to a last minute goal on their return to league action after the Christmas break at Boston Spa.

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Scott Waites

Waites faces Belgian next

Scott Waites will meet Belgium’s Andy Baetens in the last eight of the BDO World Championship at Lakeside.

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Paralympian Hannah Cockroft at the Piece Hall, Halifax

Hannah Cockroft nominated for Sportswoman of the Year award

Halifax’s Hannah Cockroft has been nominated for the Sportswoman of the Year award at the 2018 Leeds Sports Awards.

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Waites favourite against Reynolds

Scott Waites is a strong favourite to progress to the third round of the BDO World Championship at the Lakeside tonight.

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World champion darter Scott Waites takes on customers at the new Coral Bookmakers on Briercliffe Road Retail Park in Burnley.
Photo Ben Parsons

Welsh opponent next for Waites

Scott Waites, who produced a spectacular finish to win his first round match at the BDO World Darts Championship, will discover his second round Lakeside opponent tonight.

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Ripon v Old Crossleyans
 Craig Heppenstall and  and Joslin Landu

Sweeney penalties bring narrow win

Old Crossleyans retained the Albert Gibson Memorial Trophy with a hard fought 9-7 victory at Ripon’s Mallorie Park ground yesterday.

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Heath v Hullensians

Jack Crabtree

Easy Heath win comes at a cost

Heath kept up the pressure on Yorkshire One’s top two York and Scarborough with a clinical 43-15 eclipse of Hullensians at North Dean yesterday.

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Beverley v Old Rishworthians
Josh Crickmay scores

Rishies pay for slow starts

Rishworthians came away with a losing bonus point from a 31-25 defeat at promotion chasing Beverley, but it could have been much more.

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Brods v Moortown
 Bennie Pritchett scoring his third try

Bennie hat-trick in fine Brods win

Few rugby union props fall into the ‘prolific try scorer’ category but Bennie Pritchett staked his claim to be among them as Old Brodleians made an impressive start to 2018 yesterday.

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