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Rams bid to bounce back from cup exit

Dewsbury Rams will bid to bounce back from last week’s Challenge Cup exit at the hands of Whitehaven when they face a tough trip to Leigh Centurions in the Betfred Championship on Sunday (kick off 3pm).

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Supporters can book Leigh travel

Supporters can book Leigh travel

Dewsbury Rams supporters group The Amber Ribbon are running a coach to the clash with Leigh on Sunday.

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Rhys Davies converted a penalty in Liversedge's 5-2 win away to Athersley Recreation in the Northern Counties East League Premier Division last Wednesday but their fixture crisis shows no sign of easing off after two further postponements. Picture: Paul Butterfield

Liversedge left frustrated by further postponements

Liversedge’s fixture crisis shows no signs of abating after they saw two further matches postponed.

Tom Brooke was one of Hanging Heaton's stand out performers in the 8-8 draw against Underbank Rangers last Saturday.

Hanging Heaton battle out draw against Pennine League title rivals Underbank

Hanging Heaton maintained their unbeaten run in Pennine League Division Two West when they fought out an 8-8 draw against title rivals Underbank Rangers on the 4G pitch at Dewsbury Rams last Saturday.

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Caleb Ekuban reacts to a missed opportunity in Leeds United's game against Sheffield Wednesday.

Improving mentality of players is key for Leeds United boss

The Latest international break will give Leeds United boss Paul Heckingbottom time to work with his players, but it is improving their mentality he reckons is the most important improvement to be made in the next fortnight.

Foulstone brace proves in vain as Celtic edged out by late tries at Clock Face

Foulstone brace proves in vain as Celtic edged out by late tries at Clock Face

Dewsbury Celtic slipped to a 16-8 defeat away to Clock Face Miners in National Conference League Division Three last Saturday.

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The Marmozets have just released their second album

From actors to boxers: Talented people from Yorkshire you might not have heard about

Yorkshire has produced many talented people over the past generations, including the likes of Judi Dench, Sally Wainwright, Henry Moore and Chris Rea. Yorkshire has given the world talented actors, musicians, performers, artists and athletes, to name only a few, and continues to do so to the present day.
Joss Ratcliffe bagged a brace of tries to help Thornhill Trojans secure an 18-18 draw against Milford Marlins in National Coonference League Division One on a bitterly cold afternoon in Overthorpe Park. Picture: Paul Butterield

Trojans and Milford earn credit for battling out draw

Thornhill Trojans played their first home game of the summer season when Milford Marlins were the visitors in some of the most extreme weather conditions witnessed in Overthorpe Park for many years.

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Jack Teanby crossed for Dewsbury Rams just before half-time but his effort was unable to prevent them bowing out of the Challenge Cup at the hands of Whitehaven.

Rams suffer cup upset at hands of Whitehaven

Dewsbury Rams suffered a Challenge Cup upset as they slipped to a 25-18 defeat away to League One side Whitehaven in last Sunday’s fourth round tie.

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Disappointed Stuart Dallas looks on in the snow at full-time as Sheffield Wednesday celebrate their 2-1 win at Leeds United.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Late goal denies Leeds United in Yorkshire derby

An injury-time goal by Atdhe Nuhiu condemned Leeds United to yet another defeat as they went down 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday at a snowy Elland Road.

Home runner Jenni Muston at the start of the Spen 20 mile road race last Sunday.

Spenborough AC stage 20 mile road race as part of Yorkshire Championships

Spenborough Athletics Club hosted the annual 20 mile road race that incorporated the Yorkshire Championships last Sunday.

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Training Cave boxer Olly Sugden

Sugden stops opponent on impressive boxing debut

Olly Sugden recorded an impressive stoppage win on his boxing debut in Derby last Friday.

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Shaw Cross Sharks Under-14s overcame a tough test from Brighouse to secure victory in their first game of the season.

Sharks U14s recocver from early set backs to record thrilling opening win

Shaw Cross Sharks Under-14 Reds secured a thrilling victory over Brighouse Rangers in a dramatic opening game of the season.

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Dewsbury's Jordan Crowther is tackled by Toulouse defenders Anthony Marion and Sam Rapira during Sunday's Championship clash. Picture: Paul Butterfield

Rams eye changes for Haven cup trip

Dewsbury Rams coach Neil Kelly could make changes for Sunday’s Ladbrokes Challenge Cup tie away to Whitehaven, with several players set to be given a chance to stake a claim.

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Rams coach Neil Kelly was able to take positives from Sunday's defeat to Toulouse.

Kelly takes positives from performance against impressive Toulouse outfit

Dewsbury Rams coach Neil Kelly was able to take the positives from last Sunday’s defeat against Championship high fliers Toulouse Olympique.

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Chairman appeals to Rams supporters

Chairman appeals to Rams supporters

Dewsbury Rams chairman Mark Sawyer is appealing for supporters to sign up to the RFL’s Our League scheme, which could lead to financial benefits for the club.

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Jonathan Rimmington's Liversedge face the prospect of playing a minimum of 18 matches in just 46 days after seeing games against Bridlington Town and Bottesford.

Liversedge at crisis point after more postponments

Liversedge FC’s fixture back log has reached crisis point after they saw two further games postponed.

William Brooke holds off a defender to crash over for a crucial Hanging Heaton try during their cup quarter-final

Hanging Heaton march into cup semis and keep double hopes alive

Hanging Heaton produced a superb second half fight back to defeat Moldgreen 18-14 as they marched into the Pennine League Cup semi-finals last Saturday.

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Yorkshire has a history of talented sporting women.

Eight Yorkshire sportswomen who set the bar high

The past few years have seen a rise in Yorkshire sporting stars, with athletes winning medals in competitions such as the Olympics, Paralympics and Commonwealth Games.
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