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Shayman Striving for Success Against The Shots

Shayman Striving for Success Against The Shots

By Samuel Bannister FC Halifax Town will be aiming for their first win since August when they face Aldershot Town. It’s a second distant away trip in two weeks for Town after their draw at Bromley in their previous road-trip. The Yorkshire-based side, with only one away win this season, will be making a 450-mile round trip to face The […]

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Guiseley out to crush Cleethorpes’ Wembley dream

Guiseley out to crush Cleethorpes’ Wembley dream

By Finley Cowperthwaite Embed from Getty Images Guiseley travel to Evostick Division One East side Cleethorpes Town in a bid to reach the Final Qualifying Round of the FA Cup. The Lions will be hoping to amend last week’s 4-2 defeat to York City as they travel to the team who sit at the foot of the table two leagues […]

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Struggling Chesterfield aim for vital Fylde victory

Struggling Chesterfield aim for vital Fylde victory

By Ben Hyton Chesterfield face Fylde this weekend hoping to end a barren run of form, which has led to them not winning a game since the middle of August. Embed from Getty Images It has been a difficult season for the club having failed to win in the last 11 games. However boss Martin Allen has insisted that if […]

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Change of Attack for England Cricket

Cricket players

By Max Hunter England Captain Joe Root has been talking about the importance of his spinners in the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, “bowling with the new ball might be a serious option for me.” Sri Lanka with its dry, dusty pitches is a spinner’s paradise and will play a key role if England are going to have success. Root […]

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Huddersfield travel to Burnley in desperate search for first win

Huddersfield travel to Burnley in desperate search for first win

By Elliott Horne Embed from Getty Images Struggling Huddersfield Town’s search for their first win of the season continues as they travel to Burnley this weekend. Town are without a win in nine appearances and sit rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table, whilst Burnley have shot up to 12th after two consecutive league wins. With just two […]

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UFC 229 preview: McGergor and Nurmogomedov go to war

UFC 229 preview: McGergor and Nurmogomedov go to war

By Kieran Cobley What may be the biggest MMA fight of the decade goes down in Las Vegas, as former UFC Lightweight champion and pop-culture mega star Conor McGregor (21-3), returns to the Octagon after a two-year absence to take on undefeated Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov (26-0) for the Lightweight belt. The bad blood between the two is no secret […]

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Leeds face another injury blow ahead of tough fixture against Brentford

Elland Road, the home of Leeds United

Embed from Getty Images By Marco Hopcutt Leeds face another injury dilemma as they will be without left back Barry Douglas for this weekend’s clash with Brentford at Elland Road. Strikers Patrick Bamford and Kemar Roofe are already unavailable as well as Pablo Hernandez and Gaetano Berardi. The Whites can now add summer signing Douglas to that list after the […]

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Championship Strugglers Carnegie Hope to Hold Off The Blues

Championship Strugglers Carnegie Hope to Hold Off The Blues

By Will Hopper Yorkshire Carnegie will be looking to lift themselves off the bottom of the table when they take on Bedford Blues at Emerald Headingley Stadium tomorrow. It’s been a miserable start to the 2018/19 Greene King IPA Championship campaign for Carnegie as they have only been victorious in one of their first five matches. Last weekend, Yorkshire hit […]

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Why Fell Running is Booming in the UK

Why Fell Running is Booming in the UK

By Jack Davis Many people in the UK would not be able to tell you what fell running was if you asked them. Despite this over the past two years fell running has grown in popularity. Fell running is essentially running up and down hills and mountain sides, a very British sport that can be enjoyed by people of all […]

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Revitalised Adama Traore earns call up thanks to Pulis faith

Revitalised Adama Traore earns call up thanks to Pulis faith

By Thomas Reyer Boxing Day 2017 saw Middlesbrough FC appoint a new manager in Tony Pulis, following the departure of now Birmingham City manager, Garry Monk. Spanish winger Adama Traore sporadically played during Monk’s tenor. However, when he did, he would often produce a moment of magic and a woeful mis-judged error all within 30 seconds of each other. It […]

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