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    Whittington eyes Rio after success

    HE HAS been promising so much for so many years, but Francis Whittington finally came of age at the Blenheim Horse Trials over the weekend.The Rotherfield star...

  • Rusty Crows held to draw

    HOCKEY: In their first game of the season, Crowborough III had to settle for a 2-2 draw against Crawley IV, despite deserving to win the match.Control of the...

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    Callaghan delighted at best

    TRIATHLETE Gary Callaghan, a member of Crowborough Runners, was delighted to get a personal-best time and come 11th in his category at the ITU Long Distance...

  • Second spot in pre-Tour

    CYCLING: Before the Tour of Britain swept through Sussex, a large contingent of Lewes Wanderers had raced in the East Sussex Cycling Association's 10-mile time...

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    Gibbons clocks up 240 miles

    CYCLING: On Sunday, four of the Lewes Wanderers team headed out to Bethersden to take part in the Kent Cycling Association's 12-hour event, one of the most...

  • Potts leads the way for Crowborough

    CROWBOROUGH Runners celebrated great results for the ladies at the Eridge Park 10-mile run on Sunday.Organised by Tunbridge Wells Harriers and crossing the...

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    Hundreds enjoy the town triathlon

    THE Crowborough triathlon proved to be a hit at the weekend, as hundred of athletes, young and old, took to the action.Children went first on Saturday, with...

  • Final step is one too far

    GOLF: At Crowborough Beacon Golf Club, the only competition in a quiet week was the final of the Optimus Trophy played for in the county scratch knock-out...

  • A Beacon of hope in pool

    SWIMMING: On Sunday Beacon Lifesaving Club took 13 life-savers to take part in the South East Regional Lifesaving Championships.This was the fourth year in...

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    It's ruthless Rendall

    THE annual Eridge 10 proved to be a hotly contested race between local club Tonbridge AC and Tunbridge Wells Harriers in both the men's and ladies' races.Great...

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    Ten things you definitely have in your office

    Here are ten things we have in The Courier office. You...

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    Crowborough team are the calypso kings

    TEN competitors from the Crowborough and Uckfield Taekwon-Do Schools took part in the fifth Taekwon-Do World Cup at Montego Bay, Jamaica, during last week.They...

  • Triathlon racing returns to town

    TRIATHLON: The Crowborough Triathlon returns to the town this weekend.Children get the first go tomorrow (Saturday) with more than 200 youngsters aged eight to...

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    Cool Callaghan leads the way

    CROWBOROUGH Runners fielded a strong team of 14 runners at the annual Will Page 10K, at Newick, on Sunday.In dry, sunny conditions Gary Callaghan led the team...

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    Waddies still in the title hunt

    THE Sussex Grand Prix, a running series of 20 races throughout the county, have announced their latest results, with just seven meets left.Clear leaders are...

  • Coppen's the top granny

    GOLF: At Piltdown Golf Club, 40 or more ladies regularly turn up for the weekly ladies' day.This time it was the Grannies' competition, in which anyone can...

  • Gibb proves too strong

    GOLF: At Crowborough Beacon Golf Club, apart from inter-club matches, the only competitions were the ladies' Kemble Trophy, a stableford competition, and the...

  • Home victory for Uckfield

    BOWLS: Kent and Sussex bowls results Horam League Uckfield: 78, Rotherfield: 44 (8-0 points)B Thornely won 15-14; P Pidgeon won 23-11; P Daly won 20-11; D Carr...