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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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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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Win of the weekend went to the BHHHC ladies' third  team who notched a tremendous eight goals in their triumph over Milton Keynes.

Mixed fortunes as seasons get close to the wire for Berko hockey

It was a marginally positive weekend for Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club with their nine teams grabbing five wins against four losses.

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Whelan braves the bad weather to earn monthly medal crown

The men’s section played their February medal competition on Saturday in heavy rain.

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Kings Langley skier Eleanor Scranage-Harrison

Eleanor (16) is looking to make her comeback in the slalom at English Alpine Champs in Italy

Even a torn anterior cruciate ligament has not been able to stop Kings Langley’s Eleanor Scranage-Harrison from returning for a fifth consecutive appearance at the English Alpine Championships in Bormio, Italy, this Sunday.

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Thomas Ashton (Hemel Hempstead School, No 155).

A bevy of young athletes earn the right to represent county

Young cross-country runners from Dacorum & Tring AC produced a series of brilliant results in the Herts County Schools Championships, held on a tough, hilly and very muddy course at St Albans’ Verulamium Park.

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Wayne Yeboah was joint top scorer with 16 points on Saturday. (All pictures by Lin Titmuss)

Storm win a rout as they parade cup final trophy

Hemel Storm returned to winning ways in front of a packed crowd at Sportspace on Saturday when they over-powered basement side Lancashire Spinners by an emphatic 34 points, 109-75, in a National League Division One team victory.

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The BHHHC men's fourth team drew 1-1 against a strong Welwyn Garden City team that they lost 6-2 to earlier on in the season.

Superb weekend filled with wins and some fine performances

It was a great weekend full of positive results for Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead Hockey Club.

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From left, Dacorum & Tring AC team-mates Josh Woods, Ella Broadfield, Marli Jessop and Ralph Williams.

Personal bests, top records and medals for D&T at indoor games

The London Indoor Games at Lee Valley saw Dacorum & Tring AC members putting in some impressive showings across two weekends.

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The Harp Hilly Hundred title-winning team from Berkhamsted Cycling Club.

Harp crown is retained as Berkhamsted rule the hills

Berkhamsted Cycling Club (BCC) has retained the Harp Hilly Hundred Trophy for an impressive fourth consecutive year.

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Coach Laurie Rush with Paddy Lish.

Rush’s powerful start to the year continues as they rack up another six medals, including three golds

Last weekend saw another fantastic set of results for the Berkhamstead-based Rush Judo club when they returning with a haul of six medals, included three golds, from the Midland Open.

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