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Triers making headway in gruelling events at the weekend

Sunday saw Shires Triers’ member Richard Ruffell compete in the Ashridge Duathlon, his fourth race weekend on the trot.

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Little Hay GC club captain Trevor Sargent presenting Brian Ridgeway with the Alan Irwin Shield.

Ridgeway claims the Alan Irwin Shield and Harry is juniors’ king

Saturday’s fine weather saw the Little Hay GC men’s section compete for the Alan Irwin Shield with Brian Ridgeway triumphing with an impressive 41 points (seven pars ).

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Stella Whitlum (no 682)  was the winner in the  U13s girls' event in Harrow.

Young runners all finish inside the top-12 at Harrow

Dacorum & Tring AC’s middle distance squad came away with superb results from the fourth leg of the North West London Cross-Country League series, held at the Roger Bannister Stadium at Harrow, with all seven runners finishing in the top-12 in their respective age groups.

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Eleanor Scranage-Harrison competing on the slopes at the English Alpine Championships in Bormio, Italy.

Eleanor’s return from injury is a huge success on Italy’s slopes

Kings Langley skiing star Eleanor Scranage-Harrison’s medal-filled efforts at the English Alpine Championships continued last Wednesday with a silver in the slalom.

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Dave Ajumobi displayed superb individual defence against Worthing Thunder on Saturday (Picture by Lin Titmuss).

Storm’s comeback ends with close-fought defeat

An improved showing from Hemel Storm at Worthing Thunder wasn’t enough to help their bid for a top-four finish and home advantage in the end-of-season playoffs.

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The Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club ladies' first team are hanging in there.

Berko’s ladies’ first team are hanging in there for survival bid

The embattled ladies’ first team at Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club face a tough fight for survival in their league this season.

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Kings Langley chairman Jeremy Wilkins presents Gary Connolly with an engraved plate to commemorate the defender's 200th appearance at the Slough match. (Picture by Chris Riddell)

Kings’ resurgence hits snag against playoff-ready Slough

After the recent upturn in form, Kings Langley suffered a 2-0 setback against a Slough Town side determined to turn games-in-hand into points for their playoff push.

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Raiders Blues go over seven hours without conceding a goal

The outstanding run of form in the South Bucks League continued for Berkhamsted Raiders under-13s Blues as they notched their fifth straight win in a 15-0 rout of Bourne End.

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Tring’s A team reach Junior Cup final while Falcons hit the heights

Tring Athletic’s A team are through to the final of the Herts Junior Cup after a 4-0 win at St Albans Romans. The goals came from Andy Humphreys, Arthur Cull and Stuart Howe (two).

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Action from Greenacres II and Flaunden . (Pic: Ray Canham)

Berkhamsted Sunday League latest results and scorers

There were some cracking league and cup ties involved the Berkhamsted Sunday Football League teams at the weekend.

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Adam Mead extended his lead as Berko's top scorer in Saturday's 8-0 home win over Hoddesdon.

Big win sends Berko top again

Berkhamsted notched their biggest league victory of the season in an 8-0 thrashing of Hoddesdon Town to go back to the top of the table.

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Lift off for The Green as they fire four goals past Jets for emphatic victory

Leverstock Green added another three points with an excellent 4-1 win at Oxhey Jets in Saturday’s SSML Premier Division game.

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FA Vase hangover appears to be holding back Athletic

After their historic run to the last-16 of the FA Vase, Tring Athletic returned to the more prosaic requirement of collecting league points on Saturday to move away from the lower end of the SSML Premier Division table.

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Ismail Yakubu and Spender Mccall were both on target for Hemel Town in Saturday's end-to-end 3-3 draw at Chelmsford City.

Playoff race is really heating up for Tudors

Hemel Town’s crucial playoff push continues in earnest this Saturday when the Tudors welcome the second-placed side Havant & Waterlooville to Vauxhall Road.

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Hemel Town's Ismail Yakubu scored his first goal of the season in the 3-3 draw with Chelmesford City on Saturday.

Tudors pegged back three times in draw at Chelmsford

Three times Hemel Town took the lead at Chelmsford City on Saturday in a battle between the fifth- and sixth-placed clubs but on each occasion the hosts replied as this thrilling encounter ended in a 3-3 draw.

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A muddied Rhys Rowlands (Picture by Barry Cornelius)

Imroth crowned champion as D&T end league series on a high

Dacorum & Tring’s talented middle distance squad capped the 2017/18 Chiltern League Cross-Country season with a host of fine results, and a superb series win for Kristian Imroth in the U17s category.

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Rush Judo's Matthew Morley and Ethan Shaw.

Triple county success for Rush Judo fighters

The Berkhamsted-based Rush Judo club had a successful weekend with 23 judoka competing in three competitions.

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Charlotte Hilton (279) and Olivia Edwards (278) with the gold-medal winning Dr Challoners High junior girls' team.

Trio of young runners earn selection for championships

Six Dacorum & Tring runners produced some good results at the Bucks Schools Cross-Country Champs held last Thursday on a sharply undulating course through frozen fields in Wing.

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Parslow takes the title for D&T while women earn third place

Dacorum & Tring AC are celebrating a fine set of results from the elite Division 1 of the 2017/18 Chiltern Cross-Country series, highlighted by Jack Parslow’s first place in the senior men and a bronze medal for the senior ladies’ team for finishing third in the gruelling five-leg series.

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Hemel Storm's Dave Ajumobi top scored for the hosts with 18 points on Saturday.

Too many errors as the see-saw term continues

Hemel Storm’s topsy-turvy season continued when they went down 92-73 at home to Northumbria on Saturday in an under-par National League Division One performance.

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