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London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson is writing a regular blog during the 2014/15 season

The Gran Forno format is coming to Cambridgeshire.

Cycling fanatics will get to rub shoulders with elite riders when the first ever Tour of Cambridgeshire is held in June 6-7.

Better gym for London

Yesterday, 15:00
Better Gym is opening a new site in North Greenwich

State-of-the-art venue to open in Docklands

Turkey Trotters: Members of the Great Yarmouth Road Runners who tok part in Sundays annual 10-mile Turkey Trot road race organised by the Waveney Valley Athletics Club.

The Turkey Trot 10-mile race in Beccles, organised by Waveney Valley Athletics Club, traditionally has a good turnout from Great Yarmouth Road Runners and this year was no different with an exceptional performance from 17 members of the club, with three female prizes and 10 personal bests, although unfortunately colds and injuries caused another four Great Yarmouth runners to miss the race.

Black Dogs in 12th place

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TURKEY TROT: The Black Dog contingent who took part in the annual Turkey Trot.

With results now declared for the second of the five race series that makes up the Suffolk Winter Cross Country League, Bungay Black Dog Running Club’s senior A team stands in 12th place among the 32 teams taking part.

London Raiders duo TJ Fillery and Jacob Ranson competed in the Vauxhall Winter Classic in London this week

Youngsters ready to return

Former Romford youngsters Glenn Billing (left) and Toms Rutkis (second from right) celebrate their World Championship gold medals with GB coach Peter Russell and team-mate Michael Stratford

Duo help GB Under-20s to promotion

Paul Dover netted in Havering's win over Norwich City (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Ingram hits hat-trick on return

Havering's Michelle Hughes celebrates with her England team-mates in Glasgow (pic: Michelle Hughes)

Athletes among the medals once again

Potters Bar Squash Club's Alison Waters (in black) renewed her rivalry with Laura Massaro (in red) in Egypt

Welwyn Garden City’s Alison Waters stormed into the semi-finals of the Wadi Degla women’s World Squash Championship in Cairo after shocking world champion Laura Massaro on Thursday (December 18).

Best female Aisling Peberdy

To celebrate its first year anniversary, the owners of Welwyn Garden City’s 1RM Gym held a novice lifter powerlifting competition.

Splitz gymnasts.

Four gymnasts from Splitz Gym Club won gold medals at the South West Tumbling Championship.

Weston coach Siana Moore, Corey Walkes, Jasmine Nutting and Chelsea Bailey.

Quayside Trampoline and Gymnastics Club held a Christmas extravaganza at the purpose-built centre.

Weston boxer Vangelis Antonio won his second title in just three weeks.

Russell Murphy netted Upminster's goal against East London (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Olympic Park visit ends in defeat

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Victoria Bowls Club reported a satisfactory year at their annual meeting.

Weston Athletic Club members took on the third race in the Street 5k series.

Uphill Badminton Club’s A team kept their title hopes with a 6-3 victory over close rivals Clevedon Feathers.

Weston 2nd XI take a four-point lead into the Christmas break.

Latest scores and results from the local skittle alleys.

Five Star's Max Leyden in boxing action

Club enjoy one of best winning hauls in years

The senior leaders at the Broom Heath Cyclo-cross from the front: Stephen James, Sean Dunlea and Matthew Webber

There was a nail-biting finish to round off a brilliant day at the Broome Heath Scramble near Bungay.

Ford Judo Club's Kelly Staddon (second from left) celebrates with fellow medalists

Ford youngster wins British titles

Anthony Ogogo recovering at home after his achilles tendon operation in September

Suffolk boxing star Anthony Ogogo has had a frustrating 2014 battling injury. But he tells MARK HEATH that 2015 is going to be his year.

Sidmouth race ace Harry Tincknell has been awarded a prestigious accolade by the British Racing Drivers’ Club.

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It was a week for Sidmouth bowlers when the contrasting results seen between the men’s league and cup matches, and the mixed friendly fixtures has never been more evident, writes David Fairclough.

Exmouth Sea Angling Associaton The Christmas Fayre meeting

The Exmouth Sea Angling Association (ESAA) contested the Carnival competition that was fished from Mare Rocks to Sandy Bay, writes Robert Pennells.

ESAA Christms Fayre winners

The Exmouth Sea Angling Association (ESAA) fished the annual Christmas Fayre meeting, writes Robert Pennells.

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All roads lead to Taunton Racecourse on December 30, when the seven race card has a whopping prize pot of £53,500 on offer - the richest meeting of the season so far.

31 Tom Blomqvist (GBR, Jagonya Ayam with Carlin, Dallara F312 - Volkswagen), FIA Formula 3 European Championship, round 8, race 1, Red Bull Ring (AUT) - 1. - 3. August 2014

Tom Blomqvist was awarded the Spencer Charrington Trophy as the best British Formula 3 driver this year, at the BRDC Awards in London.

Broadland closed the gap on inactive Premier Division leaders Dereham II to six points with a dramatic 2-1 win over lowly Diss.

Donna Vaughan, who scored Norwich Dragons' opening goal.

Norwich Dragons made the long journey home from Kent with smiles on their faces after recording a hard-fought 2-1 win at Canterbury II to make it three straight Premier Division wins.

Harleston Magpies claimed the East Indoor title for the second year running at St Albans at the weekend.

Eleven goals in four games from  Ben Watson helped Norwich Dragons Under-16s secure place in National Indoor Finals in Wolverhampton in January.  Dragons  saw off the representatives of Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Essex in the East Regional Indoor tournament at UEA. Pictured from left to right are Jonty Gosling, Ben Watson, Rohan Kaushal, Ben Nkrumah, Tom Harris and Alex Bilalis-Stone  (Tom Williams was also in squad). Picture: SUBMITTED

Norwich City suffered a 6-1 drubbing at the hands of new Premier B leaders Havering in their final match before the Christmas break.

Sam Pyne

A Sidmouth College student has once again proved himself to be a formidable force in cross country competitions – and now he will go on to represent Devon.

Short Mat Bowls

Sidford Short Mat Bowling Club celebrated another successful year when members and friends met at The Kingswood Devoran Hotel for the annual lunch and presentation of club championship trophies.

Islington Schools Running League

Mossbourne Academy pair Luca Minale and Nile McKenzie clinched victories in the Islington Schools Running League with two races to spare.

Norfolk’'s Neill Stephen with a 3.5 grayling. Imagine catching a stunning fish like this in our Norfolk winter!

I find it alarming that I left teaching so long ago. It seems like weeks since I left the Norwich School and walked out of The Close but, of course, it’s 25 years now.

The Veras Academy squad in Latvia

A squad of Veras Academy youngsters ended the year on a high after claiming 11 medals – five of them gold – at the Latvia International tournament.

Kevin Clarke has been a shining beacon in the Norfolk club scene this year.

A publicity shy village angler has outshone all of Norfolk’s top tournament stars to lay claim to the county’s clubman of the year accolade.

Becca Hayden is first woman home at Bassingbourn 10 mile

Becca Hayden continued her good recent form by coming home as first lady at the Festive 5 event in Welwyn Garden City on Sunday.

March AC runners at the Frostbite Friendly League race.

Thirty-seven March AC runners turned out for the latest race in the Frostbite League at Hinchingbrooke Park.

Bryn Evans in action

Welwyn battled back from 5-3 down to take a share of the spoils in Bedfordshire.

Clevedon black belts.

A quartet from Clevedon Karate Kai gained their black belts at a grading in Bristol

Backwell Judo Club

Four black belts were awarded to students at the Budokan Backwell Judo Club at a recent grading.

Alice Davies.

North Somerset Athletic Club members enjoyed a successful outing to the Brecon Beacons.

Laura Meech.

Clevedon Athletic Club’s Laura Meech was the first female club member home at the Gloucester Cross Country League race in Cheltenham.

Clevedon School sports.

Clevedon School defeated Gordano School in the inaugural multi-sports fixture

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