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Pickstock sends Northwich on their way

Pickstock sends Northwich on their way

COMMENT: Mid Cheshire is mighty

COMMENT: Mid Cheshire is mighty

Kevin Douglas bowls for Weaverham during their Division One draw with Christleton at Wallerscote Road on Saturday. Picture: NICK JONEs n1531106

Defeat leaves Davenham still in danger

Barnton close gap to neighbours Winnington Park

Barnton close gap to neighbours Winnington Park

Oakmere beat leaders to close in on summit

Oakmere beat leaders to close in on summit

Aiden Haughton shoots for goal during 1874 Northwich's draw with Sheffield United under 21s on Saturday

1874 2-2 Sheffield Utd U21

Thomas Vickers shows off the silverware he won at Saturday's British Senior Merit

Vickers joins local legends with All England triumph

Emily Ford, right, on the podium with the rest of Great Britain's women's four. Picture: Peter Spurrier/Intersport Images

ROWING: Medal success for Ford

Testing start for 1874

Testing start for 1874

Emily Ford, back, in action for Great Britain's women's four at the World Under 23s Rowing Championship. Picture: Peter Spurrier/Intersport Images

ROWING: Ford reaches world final

ROWING: England calls for Northwich champions

ROWING: England calls for Northwich champions

Davenham Dynamoes under 12s girls' team show off the silverware they have collected this season

FOOTBALL: Davenham girls savour season of success

Raheem Sterling

MCKAY SAY: City's net worth...in Sterling

Wharton Cons duo Glynn Cookson, left, and Thomas Vickers play in the British Individual Senior Merit this weekend. Picture: MATT SAYLE

ALL ENGLAND: Wharton duo step on national stage

Thomas Vickers bowls during Friday's final. Picture: MATT SAYLE

"I've never played better," says Guardian Cup champ

Winnington Park captain Kendol Richardson keeps his eye on the ball during his team's successful run chase against Wilmslow Wayfarers. Picture: MATT SAYLE

Cobley brothers clobber Ashley attack

TENNIS: Mixed fortune for Hartford's top teams

TENNIS: Mixed fortune for Hartford's top teams

Derby honours go Weaverham's way

Derby honours go Weaverham's way

Tom Hyslop bowls for visitors Oulton Park during their nine-wicket win against Middlewich at Haddon Field on Saturday. Picture: MATT SAYLE

Oulton Park push over Middlewich

Winsford end wait for first win

Winsford end wait for first win

Thomas Vickers shows off the Guardian Cup after receiving the silver trophy as winner for the fourth time. Pictures: MATT SAYLE

GUARDIAN: Tom triumphs once again

Glynn Cookson has won the Guardian Cup 10 times, but his most recent victory was in 2009

GUARDIAN: Cadman out to cause upset

Wharton Cons bowler Daniel Nixon is hoping to celebrate a first Guardian Cup final success at Owley Wood on Friday

GUARDIAN: Nixon targets maiden win

Witton Albion's semi-finals clash with 1874 Northwich was best-attended match in last season's Mid-Cheshire District FA Senior Cup

Underdogs out to spring surprise

Early meeting with Witton for Vics

Early meeting with Witton for Vics

Jon Dawson and his Witton Albion teammates will play at home on the season's opening afternoon

Albion kick off new term at home

Emily Ford, left, will step onto the world stage in Great Britain's colours next week

ROWING: Ford picked for world championships

Barnton wicket-keeper Rick Farnworth and bowler Neil Langham appeal for a dismissal during Saturday's home defeat against Woodford. Picture: NICK JONES

Martin's magic just the trick for Kingsley

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LEAGUE: Castle continue to lead way

TENNIS: Hartford topple an old foe

TENNIS: Hartford topple a familar foe

Falland flies solo for under-par Park

Falland flies solo for under-par Park

James Lewis lofts a scoring stroke to the leg side during Weaverham's innings against Timperley on Saturday. Picture: MATT SAYLE

Weaverham better promotion-hopefuls

Easy does it for in-form Davenham

Easy does it for in-form Davenham

James Foad, left, and Matthew Langridge were second behind New Zealand in Sunday's World Cup final. Picture: Peter Spurrier/Intersport Images

ROWING: Silver in Lucerne for Langridge

Weaverham High School student George Hyde, left, won a silver medal in the junior boys' shot. Picture: England Athletics

ATHLETICS: Hat-trick of medals at schools’ nationals

Tom Rascagneres

SKIING: Tom heads for the slopes

Picture by Mike Lyne

MOTORSPORT: Alterman comes home 10th

Dundas looking for enthusiasm in first pre-season encounter

Dundas looking for enthusiasm in first pre-season encounter

Brunner Cup semi finals beckoning

Brunner Cup semi finals beckoning

TENNIS: Success for Hartford

TENNIS: Success for Hartford

SWIMMING: More than 150 personal bests registered at gala

SWIMMING: More than 150 personal bests registered at gala

CYCLING: Kemp claims third

CYCLING: Kemp claims third

Wilden Cornwall appeals, but his Weaverham side lost Davenham. Picture: NICK JONES

Davenham edge out rivals Weaverham

Winnington shines for Cheshire

BOWLS: Winnington shines for Cheshire

Cons march on

BOWLS: Cons march on

Northwich and Grange School Rowing Clubs are consistently sending crews to compete at Henley Royal Regatta

COMMENT: Rowers help Northwich stand out

ATHLETICS: Trio in action at British Championships

ATHLETICS: Trio in action at British Championships

Matthew Langridge, left, and James Foad hold aloft the Silver Goblets and Nickalls' Challenge Cup at Henley on Sunday.

ROWING: Langridge makes statement at Henley

Pam Plant with her trophy

VETERANS' MERIT: Plant blossoms on home turf

Northwich ace Stuart Kellett will not be at the World Matchplay in Blackpool later this month

DARTS: No Matchplay place for Kellett

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