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Matthew Langridge, in the stroke seat, and James Foad on their way to second place at a World Cup regatta in Lucerne last month. Picture: Peter Spurrier/Intersport Images

ROWING: Langridge ready for Worlds

Work has started on a new 3G pitch at Moss Farm outdoor sport complex

New 3G pitch to open in October

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NETBALL: Second spot for Sapphires

SuperGym Combat Sports Academy hosts one of its popular Fight Nights as part of next week's Northwich Festival

MARTIAL ARTS: High-class card for Northwich Fight Night

Northwich Sapphires turn 10 in 2015, but committee members have their sights set on the future. Pictures: NICK JONES

NETBALL: Sapphires look to future after turning 10

CYCLING: Stanway sets standard

CYCLING: Stanway sets standard

Hartford School of Gymnastics members show off medals they won at Cheshire and Merseyside's Four Piece Invitational

GYMNASTICS: Hartford girls among county best

Rudheath Ladies show off the BDO Champions Cup trophy they won at EventCity

DARTS: Rudheath win Champions title

Rhys Nevin-Wharton will represent England at a tournament in Florida next month. Picture: Leaderboard Photography

GOLF: Florida trip for Sandiway teenager

A happy Mark Wakefield sprays champagne on the Oulton Park podium at the weekend. Picture: MIKE LYNE

MOTORSPORT: Happy Wakefield makes mark

FOOTBALL: Vics saved from winding-up order

FOOTBALL: Vics saved from winding-up order

Chris Standidge was crowned a European champion in his age group last month. Picture: NICK JONES

TRIATHLON: Chris claims European title

Mark Wakefield steers his MINI through Lodge corner at Oulton Park on Saturday. Picture: MIKE LYNE

MOTORSPORT: Wakefield wins at Oulton Park

Ged O'Hara, owner of R A Fitness Centre in Northwich, shows off the medal he won at the European Masters Weightlifting Championships. Picture: NICK JONES

WEIGHTLIFTING: Ged aims for higher level

Grange School coach Matthew Jump, left, and rower Scott Ozsanlav-Harris are in Rio with Great Britain's junior team

ROWING: Scott goes close in world semis

Matthew Jump, left, and Scott Ozsanlav-Harris are in Rio this week for the World Junior Rowing Championships

ROWING: Scott realises GB dream

Vincent Kompany lifts the Premier League trophy above his head after Manchester City finished two points clear of their rivals last season

McKAY SAY: My Premier League predictions, club by club

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Northwich Rowing Club's George Lawton won a silver medal in Great Britain's colours in Hungary

ROWING: Northwich teen scoops silver for Great Britain

CYCLING: Lee lowers Weaver Valley marker

CYCLING: Lee lowers Weaver Valley marker

From left, Northwich Rowing Club's junior men's quad of Sam Harte, Leon Langmead, coach Barrie Blake, Jack Radford and Harry Blake

ROWING: Northwich boys win for England

An artist's impression of how the pool building at Moss Farm might look if converted

GYMNASTICS: Moss Farm plan taking shape

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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

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

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TENNIS: Mixed fortune for Hartford's top teams

TENNIS: Mixed fortune for Hartford's top teams

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

ROWING: Ford picked for world championships

TENNIS: Hartford topple an old foe

TENNIS: Hartford topple a familar foe

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

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

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

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

DARTS: No Matchplay place for Kellett

From left, Harry Blake, George Lawton, Leon Langmead and Sam Harte

ROWING: Northwich progress at Henley

Grange School raced against German opposition at Henley on Thursday

ROWING: Gallant Grange exit Henley

Northwich Rowing Club's junior men's quad during a final training session on the River Weaver

ROWING: Northwich crew ready for Henley

TENNIS: Hartford men's A take over top spot

TENNIS: Hartford men's A take over top spot

Northwich Rowing Club's junior men's quad, with coach Jed Barlow

ROWING: Northwich crews seeded in Henley draw

ROWING: Girls impress at Henley

ROWING: Girls impress at Henley

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CYCLING: Stanway takes time trial title

TENNIS: Men boast perfect results record

TENNIS: Men boast perfect results record

Tom Perrin, from St Nicholas RC High School, competes in the inter boys' high jump. Pictures: IAN PARK

ATHLETICS: Quartet make grade for Mid Cheshire

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CYCLING: Young races in national time trial

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