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Buxton Ladies win their top of the table battle

Buxton Ladies came out on top in their top-of-the-table battle with Amber Valley Hornets.

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CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA -- this behind-the-scenes visit to the Newmarket stable of Sir Michael Stoute was just one of the benefits of membership of The Racegoers Club.

From books to baubles, and hip-flasks to puddings -- what to buy the racing fan for Christmas

Christmas for racing fans means a main course of the King George at Kempton on Boxing Day, followed by all the trimmings of the Welsh Grand National at Chepstow, plus a sumptuous four-day feast at Leopardstown on the side.

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Chapel school make history at nationals

Chapel school make history at nationals

A team of runners from Chapel-En-Le-Frith High School made history last weekend when they travelled to Range sixth form in Formby for the National Schools’ Cross Country Cup Final.

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Nell, left, and Megan waiting to start the indoor competition.

High Peak pair shine at national indoor meeting

High Peak Athletics Club pair Megan Harris-Wood and Nell Tolley shone at the Northern Athletics open meeting at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield last weekend.

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Hope Valley back in the promotion hunt

Hope Valley RUFC underlined their promotion credentials with a 20-15 victory at Ashton-under-Lyne seconds.

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Buxton take a beating

Buxton’s final game before Christmas saw them well beaten 9-0 at home by mid-table Derby’s Ramgarhia.

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Buxton ABC boxer Josh Chapman

Buxton ABC’s quiet man Josh Chapman wins Telford battle

A Buxton ABC prospect picked up his third straight senior victory in a top-of-the-bill battle at Telford.

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's FMX god Edgar Torronteras who cites Sheffield as his fave arena

PREVIEW: Motorbike daredevils jump to it for spectacular Arenacross show in Sheffield

Daredevil motorbike riders are gearing up to bring fast and furious high octane action to Sheffield Arena with the return of Arenacross early next year.

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HENNESSY HEROES -- Native River, ridden by Richard Johnson and trained by Colin Tizzard, lands the 60th running of the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury.

Twelve horses to have caught the eye so far this Jumps season

With his rotund frame, his West Country burr and his farming roots, Colin Tizzard is not the most obvious sporting hero, even though he played cricket at school with Ian Botham.

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Husband and wife go the extra 3km in Nepal race

Husband and wife go the extra 3km in Nepal race

Two Buxton AC runners went truly international this past weekend and competed in the Nepal International Marathon.

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Hockey, Buxton 1sts v Berkswell & Balsall (white)

Tough test for men’s first team away to in-form league leaders

Buxton Hockey Club’s men’s first team faced a tough test at the home of the league leaders Leicester Panthers on Saturday.

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Disley cyclist Dame Sarah shortlisted for SPOTY 2016

Dame Sarah Storey has spoken of the honour she feels after being shortlisted for the 2016 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

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Buxton ABC’s annual boxing festival impresses onces again

Buxton ABC’s annual boxing festival impresses onces again

Buxton ABC hosted their annual show in front of a packed crowd at the Devonshire Dome, providing spectators with a terrific night of competitive, well matched boxing.

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HENNESSY HERO? -- champion jockey Richard Johnson, who attempts to win the Hennessy Gold Cup for the first time on Saturday aboard the pre-race favourite, Native River.

Hunting for the winner of the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury

One of the most alluring appeals of racing is the affinity racegoers and punters can build with their favourite horses.

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POIGNANT POPPIES -- Remembrance Sunday turned into a sombre occasion for racegoers at Cheltenham's Open meeting.

Sprinter Sacre and Simonsig add poignancy to racing’s Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday carried extra poignancy for the racing community and, in particular, for trainer Nicky Henderson at Cheltenham’s Open meeting.

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The three medalists from English Fell Championships Finn Moffatt, Alex Ediker and Helen Thornhill having been presented with the finalist award by Jamie Caven.

Buxton fell runners fly the flag for High Peak at awards

As High Peak Team of the Year, the Buxton AC Junior Fell Team proudly represented the borough as finalists in the Derbyshire Junior Team of the Year category at the prestigious Derbyshire Sports Awards at The Roundhouse, Derby College.

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The very muddy Mens Team at Boggatt Hole Cross Country: L-R Andy Lidstone, Nat Winfield, Rick Aldred, Pete Bailey, Ben Light and Richard Goff

Wet weather can’t halt busy Buxton runners

Wet weather didn’t stop athletes from Buxton AC from competing on three different surfaces over the weekend - road running, cross country and fell running.

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Buxton bounce back with five star show

A strong Buxton HC first team bounced back from last week’s loss to beat South Nottingham 5-0.

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FAST FREDDY -- jockey Freddy Tylicki steering home one of his many winners before his career was cruelly cut short by a life-changing accident at Kempton.

Vautour death and Tylicki injury are chilling reminders of racing’s danger

At this time of year, racing is usually in high spirits as it bounces into The Open at Cheltenham, the first major meeting of the Jumps season.

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TREADING CAREFULLY -- the famous stepping-stone crossing over the River Dove, which is part of the Dovedale Dash route.

Buxton AC quartet make top 20 of Dovedale Dash

There might have been a massive entry of 1,590 competitors -- but Buxton Athletics Club still managed to field four of the top 20 in the annual Dovedale Dash cross-country race.

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