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Magpies hit Chelmsford for six in heavy home win

INVESTEC WOMEN’S

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Archie Winter

England come calling for the Winter siblings

There is great excitement in the Winter household after siblings Archie and Rose were called-up to the Boys’ and Girls’ Under-18 England Hockey squads for the coming the season.

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ON TARGET: Lauren Rowe scored for Harleston

A winning return for the Ladies first team

INVESTEC WOMEN’S

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GOALSCORER: Claire McDonnell

Ladies battle it out to claim sixth draw of the season

EAST WOMEN’S LEAGUE

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SKIPPER: Leigh Sitch

Magpies keep up positive form with a home victory

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

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GOING UP: Harleston Magpies Men's II have been promted with six matches of the season to spare

Promoted Magpies still have plenty to play for

After suffering back-to-back relegations, Harleston Magpies Men’s II have bounced back in style this season, sealing promotion by the first weekend of February.

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Martin plays a role in helping Norfolk to title

Martin plays a role in helping Norfolk to title

Harleston Tennis & Squash Club’s Keira Martin recently continued her development by helping Norfolk Under-15s to clinch the National Intercounty Squash title.

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ON TARGET: Elliott Marsh scored one of Harleston's goals against Wapping. Picture: Pat Leate

Plenty of entertainment as Magpies fight back for draw

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

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KEEP GOING: Harleston captain Leigh Sitch

Harleston still have plenty left to play for this season

Their pre-season target of promotion may realistically be out of reach, but captain Leigh Sitch has urged his Harleston Magpies Men’s I players to keep putting good results on the board, writes Liam Apicella.

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STAR PERFORMER: Thomas Ridley

Five-goal Harleston make light work of their visitors

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

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SILVER MEDALS: Framlingham Under-18s

Heartbreak for Framlingham Girls in the final

Framlingham College’s Under-18 Girls were agonisingly close to clinching an historic victory at the National Indoor Hockey Finals.

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TOP SQUAD: The Diss Otters

Otters in medal-winning form

Diss Otters had a successful time at this year’s County Championships, helping themselves to five gold medals at the two-weekend event.

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ALL SMILES: Both the mens and womens teams were happy to retain a place in Division One

Division One status secured by Magpies’ men and women

Harleston Magpies have cemented their status in Division One of the Indoor Super 6s Championship, held over the last two weekends.

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CHAMPION: Lily Woodruff

Woodruff crowned county champ

Framlingham College’s Lily Woodruff led from the front to take the Suffolk County U20 Cross-Country title held at Culford School on Sunday.

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DERBY DAY: Action from Men's II versus Men's III

Seconds ease to victory in inter-club derby fixture

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

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ON TARGET: Lauren Rowe scored twice for Harleston Magpies

Magpies toil during Indoor fixtures

Harleston Magpies Ladies Indoor team had a tough opening weekend of the Jaffa Super 6s Championship, losing all four of their encounters.

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Hans Andersen.

SPEEDWAY: Hans Andersen and Kenneth Bjerre back at Alwalton

Peterborough Panthers will launch the 2018 season by staging a major meeting.

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WILLIAM HILL WORLD DARTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2018
ALEXANDRA PALACE,
LONDON
PIC;LAWRENCE LUSTIG
ROUND2
PETER WRIGHT V JAMIE LEWIS
 PETER WRIGHT IN ACTION

Wright targets double the number of titles in 2018

Peter Wright’s most successful darts year ended in a bit of a whimper — as he crashed out of the 2018 PDC World Championships in the second round.

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CLUB EVENT: Both the men and women will send a contingent to the indoor Super 6 Championship

Magpies look ahead to Super 6s 
competition

Harleston Magpies will this weekend mount their challenge in the Super 6s Championship, with dreams of promotion to the top flight.

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LOCAL LAD: Mildenhall's newest Fen Tiger Josh Bailey is a Diss resident, and a former King's Lynn Young Star

Fighting talk from Bailey

Diss-based speedway rider Josh Bailey hopes he can resume where he left off and fire in the big scores from the word go for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in next year’s National League.

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