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26th Feb CREDIT: Curzon Website Following on from the overwhelming success of their previous appeals, Curzon Ashton will be holding their fourth food bank collection before Saturday’s clash with Bradford Park Avenue. Curzon Ashton FC and the Supporters’ Club care passionately about our local community and we want to actively help others in need in the area. […]
26th Feb Droylsden boxer, Kane Gardner, won the BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Boxing Championships last Friday. Kane, who attends Salford University, beat Alex Zendra from Westminster University to become the champion. 24 hours later, and Kane was back in action, this time representing the Manchester/England select team. The youngster took the plaudits once again, beating […]
26th Feb Credit: Chris Rose Audenshaw 1st XV star, Patrick Anglin is set to make his professional rugby debut on Saturday afternoon for the Warrington Wolves against Huddersfield Giants. Anglin signed for the club this week after a successful three month trial and will start at hooker for the Halliwell Jones Stadium based outfit who are coached […]
24th Feb Article by Steve White Hyde proved to be too strong for the current league champions on Tuesday night as they beat David LLoyd Chorley 4-1. David LLoyd Chorley 1 1 2 3 4 5 Hyde CSC Squash 1 1 James Earles 9-11 9-11 9-11 George Parker 2 Daniel Turner 6-11 6-11 4-11 Julian Tomlinson 3 […]
23rd Feb Article by Karen Braddock Dukinfield Marlins were delighted to welcome Olympic swimmer and Commonwealth silver medallist, Michael Rock, to the club on Saturday, February 13th. 22 swimmers attended a special swim clinic hosted by Michael focusing on Butterfly technique. After the initial welcome to Michael from the club members, Michael joined everyone for a group […]
23rd Feb Following a delayed kick-off, in which the game started at 9pm, Hyde United beat Whitby Town 2-1 last night. Martin Frost details the action: The long wait for Gary Lowe’s Hyde team, and their long suffering supporters, finally ended at 10.46 on Monday evening. At the 15th time of asking, and after 119 days, the […]
19th Feb Article by Anthony Smith HYDE LEAGUE RESULTS: In the Premier Division Reporter Cup group stages, Commie Bees beat season strugglers Calcio 6-0 to maintain a 100% start to the competition. Droylsden Catholic Club also prevailed with a 2-0 victory in a tight battle with Charlesworth. In the Rose Bowl, Ridgehill United’s inactivity for 6 weeks […]
19th Feb Our local teams were certainly the place to be for goal action last Saturday. With only Curzon not in action six games saw 35 goals. On the plus side Mossley led the way putting 7 past New Mills who managed a brace in reply. Dougie Carroll led from the front with a first half hat-trick. […]
19th Feb Article by James Garrison Manchester motorcycle ace Adam Gittings has hit the Spanish sunshine to help hone his preparations for what he hopes will be a memorable 2016. The 22-year-old from Hyde is preparing for his second full year competing in the Thundersport GB Championship at the major British motorsport venues. Gittings – who has […]
19th Feb Here’s a chance to look back at an article which was featured prior to last Junes Tour of Tameside Peter O’Hare has accomplished an awful lot during his time within running. The UK Qualified Athletics Coach has competed in 64 full marathons, 120 half marathons and 18 Tour of Tamesides. Despite abstaining from this weekend’s […]