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Fen Tigers looking to seal progression with win

Dan Halsey feels that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers will have to seriously under perform if they are to slip up against the Stoke Potters in the second leg of their National League Knock Out Cup quarter-final replay, writes Graham Clark.

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DISAPPOINTED: Newmarket boss Kevin Grainger

Newmarket boss expresses dissatisfaction after defeat

Newmarket Town boss Kevin Grainger believes his side were handed ‘a massive wake-up call’ during Tuesday’s 1-0 loss at Thetford Town.

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UP FOR THE CUP: Framlingham boss Mel Aldis

Castlemen gearing up for another FA Cup encounter

They have already caused one upset in what is their debut season in the Emirates FA Cup — now Framlingham Town are hunting another.

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The Milton Landfill search site will be protected during a multi-county police review of the Corrie inquiry

Offer to fund last of Corrie tip search

The businessman behind the £50,000 reward for information on missing Corrie McKeague has said he is prepared to discuss funding finishing the landfill tip search.

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GOOD KNOCK: Thomas Jagot scored 80 runs for Burwell

High-scoring loss for hosts

GIBBS DENLEY

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NO LUCK: Captain Jon Armstrong had mechanical problems in Birmingham

More bad luck for Fen Tigers in Birmingham

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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ON TARGET: Marcus Hall scored from the spot for Soham in their win over Norwich United

Greens get off the mark with big home win

BOSTIK LEAGUE

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TOP FORM: Tyron Koen took four wickets and was the leading run scorer with 20 in Mildenhall's weekend defeat

Mildenhall come up well short in their latest EAPL encounter

GIBBS DENLEY

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Laureate Primary pupils in the picture

Pupils in the picture at Newmarket’s Laureate primary school back in 1991

Were you a pupil at Newmarket’s Laureate primary school back in 1991 ? Then you may remember posing for Journal photographer Vernon Place who took this picture in June of that year.

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Lakenheath continue to fight against relegation

Lakenheath continue to fight against relegation

MARSHALL HATCHICK

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Claydon beats Burton to be crowned the champion

Claydon beats Burton to be crowned the champion

Soham’s leading darting ace Brett Claydon was crowned Stowmarket Darts Grand Prix champion after beating Stephen Burton 5-4 in the final on Saturday evening, writes Alex Moss.

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Trevor Stanbridge

Trevor’s Star trek quest

A charity offering support to children who have suffered the loss of a parent is set to benefit from a 300-mile sponsored trek planned by a businessman.

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Soham superstars

Superstars on show at Soham

All eyes may have been on the likes of Usain Bolt and Mo Farah at the World Athletics Championships last week but events at Soham’s annual Junior Superstars event were no less hotly contested.

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Ditton Lodge retirement of deputy head Mrs Horwood

Farewell to long serving Ditton Lodge primary school deputy head

Pupils at Newmarket’s Ditton Lodge Primary School will be welcoming a new deputy head when they return for the new term next month.

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FRENCH WIN: First Sitting - pictured out in front at Newmarket last year - won for Chris Wall in France this week

Champion Stakes winner is no match for Wall’s First Sitting

For the second time this year, Chris Wall was left to celebrate a victory over one of Jean-Claude Rouget’s stable stars.

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Josh Evans Tutte scholar

Could you be the next Bill Tutte scholar ?

With hundreds of teenagers set to receive their A-level results today, there is a chance for Newmarket students hoping to go to university to apply for scholarship awarded in the name of town-born Second World War codebreaker Bill Tutte.

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YORK BOUND: It appears Sir Michael Stoute's Ulysses will run in the Juddmonte International

Ulysses set for another battle with Barney

Sir Michael Stoute’s Ulysses looks set to do battle with Barney Roy once again during Wednesday’s Group 1 Juddmonte International at York.

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Patrick Cowell of Treasures, Newmarket with Antiques Road Trip

Raj hunts for hidden Treasures in Newmarket

Treasures antiques in Newmarket’s Rous Road will be a star of the small screen yet again next year when it features in the much-loved BBC series Antiques Road Trip.

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Palace House aerial view

Heritage Centre to make job cuts after slow start

Nine months after it was opened by the Queen, Newmarket’s National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art is being forced to look at making redundancies as predicted visitor numbers have not materialised.

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STANDING DOWN: Ben Shepperson (pictured batting for Suffolk against Bedfordshire)

Suspension led to Ben stepping down

Ben Shepperson has spoken for the first time about his reasons for stepping down as skipper of Mildenhall.

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