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    Speed king Scott

    THERE were thrills, spills and plenty of sporting ability on display at the inaugural British Speedgolf Championships at Boars Head Golf Centre in Crowborough...

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    Warr of the world

    FRESHERS' week of university is usually a time students reserve for socialising but for William Warr it was where his rowing career started.The 22-year-old from...

  • Dennis first home on gruelling route

    AUTUMNAL crispness set the backdrop for the East Sussex Cycling Association's 25-mile time trial, which attracted a large field of local riders.The course had...

  • Teen receives swim support

    SWIMMING: Daniel Brooks, 16, from Heathfield, has been selected by Freedom Leisure for their talented athlete support scheme.The initiative helps to support...

  • Pair secure Moloney Cup

    GOLF: At Crowborough Beacon Golf Club, only two competitions took place.The Ladies' Moloney Cup, a medal foursomes' competition, offers one of the hardest...

  • Juniors star at parkrun

    ATHLETICS: Crowborough Runners' juniors made their first group visit to the Tunbridge Wells 5K Parkrun on Saturday, with excellent personal performances.Leadin...

  • Waters reels in top prize

    ANGLING: Six Crowborough and District junior anglers took part in the seventh and final leg of the summer junior championship, at Pennybridge Lake, on...

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    Senior relay team miss out on medal

    TONBRIDGE Athletic Club's men's team came within a whisker of winning the club's first-ever team medals at a major championship, on Sunday, when they came...

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    Weerasinghe grabs a gold

    TABLE TENNIS: Helshan Weerasinghe continued his rich vein of form by bagging gold and silver medals at the Croatia Junior and Cadet Open.The Tonbridge...

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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...