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Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club ladies’ tam find winning formula

Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club’s ladies’ team continued their revival in the Trudy Bates League with a second win of the season at Skegness.

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Leadenham Hockey: Mack double delivers win

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Sleaford Standard Sport welcomes back former reporter

Former Sleaford Standard reporter Chris Harby has returned to his roots to take charge of the sports coverage for a second spell.

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HOCKEY: Leadenham club get back on pitch

Leadenham Hockey Club made their return to the field after the Christmas break on Saturday.

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ATHLETICS: Sleaford Town Runners share out annual awards

Sleaford Town Runners held their annual general meeting at The Barge and Bottle in Sleaford last Tuesday.

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INDOOR BOWLS: Sleaford club members enjoy mixed results

There were some mixed results for Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club members in the National Qualifying Competitions over the Christmas and New Year period.

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Solar power bowls club?

A green energy company has made initial enquiries to North Kesteven District Council about whether it would be allowed to install solar panels on the roof of Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club.

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ATHLETICS: Simon goes closest in Sleaford Striders ‘predictor’ race

There are two sayings that runners will quote; one is “if I fall over, turn my Garmin off” whilst the other is “if it is not on the watch, it did not happen”.

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INDOOR BOWLS: Sleaford leagues begin to take shape

With Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club’s season reaching the halfway point, some of the leagues are beginning to take a familiar shape, while others at this stage are too close to call, and some positions may well change.

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Are you ready to deskercise? Get fit at work with the Eight Week Challenge

Ever find yourself sat at your desk wishing you could just get up and do a bit of sport instead?

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MOTORCYCLING: Cranwell teenager spends week training with MotoGP world champion Marquez

Cranwell teenager Jack Bell has just returned from Spain where he spent a week of motocross and flat track training with current World MotoGP champion Marc Marquez and his younger brother Alex.

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Extra Time: How sporting escapism (and a baby) saved me from crumby 2016

The promise of a new year for normal, well-adjusted folk must be what the anticipation of a new season feels is to a sports fan.

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EQUESTRIANISM: Sleaford rider transforms winning racehorse into para-dressage prodigy

In a stunning example of the adaptability of racehorses, a former Royal Ascot winner has been transformed into a successful para-dressage horse.

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Sleaford Gymnastics Club medallists. L-R Echo Keating 13, Olivia Thorpe 8, Amy Patchett 11, Abbie Jones 9, Niamh Harbron 9, Oliwia Winiarsra 8, Gabby Greig 9. Photo: David Dawson

GYMNASTICS: Sleaford club put in medal-winning performances

Sleaford Gymnastics Club were invited recently to participate in the Robin Hood Invititational event by coach Claire Starkey who guided Becky and Ellie Downie to the Olympics.

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Scheme celebrates 60 years

A team of Sleaford students and teachers have taken part in a diamond challenge associated with the Duke of Edinburgh Awards (DofE).

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Runners’ festive gift

David Marshall, organiser of the Sleaford Santa Run that began this year’s Christmas Market, has donated £1,000 from entry fees to Rainbow Stars, a support group for children with autism and other disabilities. The money was presented on Sunday at Darmon’s Funhouse.

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INDOOR BOWLS: Sleaford ladies still not getting rub of the green

Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club ladies’ last Trudy Bates match of 2016 was played at home against Spalding, but they failed to secure victory, losing 76-106 for just two points.

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INDOOR BOWLS: Sleaford club just fall short in festive friendly

Sleaford Indoor Bowls Club’s pre-Christmas friendly game against Lincoln saw 24 bowlers from each team take to the green.

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INDOOR BOWLS: Horncastle triumph over seasiders

Horncastle Town Indoor Bowls Club’s latest match in the Lincolnshire Indoor Bowling Association League One saw them triumph 106-85 over Scunthorpe.

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GYMNASTICS: Sleaford club celebrates county level success

Sleaford Elite Gymnastics Club celebrated a fantastic set of results in the recent Lincolnshire County Level Six and Seven competition last Sunday.

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