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81-year-old man among those from Dacorum taking on the London Marathon

An 81-year-old man, a homeless charity CEO and a hockey player are among the many people who will head to the capital this weekend for the London Marathon.

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Rush Judo's Harrison Rayner O'Connell (gold), Noah Tegg (bronze) and Jordan Hayes (bronze) were all medal winners at the Samurai Red Belt and Yellow/Orange competition in Kidderminster at the weekend.

Rush Judo’s youngsters return with a medal haul

Rush Judo’s youngsters returned with a haul of medals from Kidderminster after another successful weekend of competition.

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Home show will feature 12 fights to give young boxers a boost

Hemel Hempstead Amateur Boxing Club is hoping people will come out to support their local club when it hosts a show this weekend.

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Left, David Dean, receives the John McDonough Cup from Little Hay GC seniors' captain Paul Whiter.

Seniors and juniors brave the fog and wet conditions

Little Hay Golf Club’s seniors were lucky to get out on the course last Thursday due to the bad weather which only two days before had led to the cancellation of the Peter Betts Shield due to a waterlogged course.

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Action from last year's cup final between Kings Langley CC and Abbots Langley CC at Heath Park, Hemel Hemsptead.

Draw for historic Heath Park Cup is finalised ahead of season

The draw for the historic Heath Park Cup has now been finalised with holders Kings Langley starting their defence at Langleybury.

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The Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club men's third team preserved their league status  after a tight 4-3 victory over West Herts.

Men’s 3rds are pick of the bunch in a top weekend for BHHHC hockey

There were eight games across the board for Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club at the weekend with Berko going impressively unbeaten over the two days.

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Storm skipper Bode Adeluola puts a Reading defender on the back foot. (Pictures by Lin Titmuss)

Storm down the Rockets to reach the playoff final

Hemel Storm have made the final of the National League Division One Championship playoffs after defeating Reading Rockets by 23 points, 98 – 75, at Hemel Hempstead Leisure Centre on Saturday.

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Bovingdon winger Courtney Massay.

Bovingdon rebound to score three late goals in exciting derby win

Form often goes out of the window in local derbies, and that proved to be the case on Saturday when leaders Bovingdon beat Chipperfield 3-2 in a cracking game of football.

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Welsh trip ends in defeat as Kings’ season winds down

Kings Langley had a day to forget in Wales when going down 4-1 at Merthyr Town on Saturday.

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Hemel Town's David Moyo.

Tudors earn an important point at Welling to keep United at bay

Hemel Town claimed a hard-fought point on the road last Tuesday night against fellow playoff rivals Welling United, which kept the hosts at bay in the race for the top-seven places.

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Berkhamsted FC have been on fire this season.

Promotion is three wins away

Matt Bateman returned with a hat-trick as Berkhamsted did the double over sixth-placed Biggleswade on Saturday.

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Berkhamsted Sunday league latest scores and scorers

BSFL Intermediate Cup final:

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Luton Town host Newport this afternoon

Tornadoes make history with cup win

After 48 seasons without winning a cup, Berkhamsted Tornadoes beat Potten End Sunday 1-0 on Sunday to win the Berkhamsted Sunday Football League Intermediate Cup.

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Athletic denied a win at champions-elect Welwyn after a spirited display

A header from Ashley Kersey ten minutes from time denied Tring Athletic a big upset win against champions-elect Welwyn Garden City in the SSML Premier Division on Saturday.

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Leverstock Green 2017/18.

Youngster Burge helps save a point for a depleted Green

A screamer of a strike from Casey Linsell put Leverstock Green 1-0 up, but it was Scott Burge’s first senior goal seven minutes from time that rescued a point in a 2-2 draw against London Colney in Saturday’s SSML Premier Division fixture at Pancake Lane.

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AJ Roberts sank four three-pointers against Reading on Saturday. (Picture by Lin Titmuss)

Upset kings Hemel Storm make playoff final

Hemel Storm are headed to their second national final of an historic season after a magnificent performance and 98 -75 victory over Reading Rockets.

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Hemel Town's David Moyo.

Tudors relegate The Rocks on the south coast and move up to fifth

Hemel Town notched a far more comprehensive 3-2 victory than the scoreline suggested at Bognor Regis Town on Saturday as they took a step further towatds playoff qualification and relegated Bognor in the process.

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Hemel Storm's Bode Adeluola chipped in with seven crucial points in the final period to help Hemel across the line against Solent on Sunday.

Storm overturn form book to earn a spot in playoff semi-final

Hemel Storm are through to the national championship playoff semi-finals after their pulsating upset victory in Southampton on Sunday.

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Berkhamsted GC's 15-year-old Ben Pierleoni, who was well-supported at the Berkhamsted Trophy competition held at his home club last week. Ben was leading the tournament during the final round. (Picture by Ian Hall)

Wilcox wins the Berkhamsted trophy

The vaunted Berkhamsted Trophy, held in conjunction with Clere Golf, was won by Matt Wilcox, of North Hants Golf Club, on Saturday with a 72-hole total of 279, five shots under par.

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Kings Langley.

Kings denied a draw after late goal is wrongly called offside

Kings Langley’s match with Hitchin Town last Monday’s was finally given the go-ahead at 2pm, with Kings giving a debut to U18s keeper Lewis Hodgins in place of loan-tied Martin Bennett.

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