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Huff is humbled by fans’ support on a podium return to the BTCC

Rob Huff admitted he was humbled after the fans’ response to his return to the British Touring Car Championship (BTTC) at Silverstone, where he secured the Power Maxed Racing team their best result with second in the final race.

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Walking Netball with Journal sports reporter Hannah Dolman and coach Tracey Butcher

Walking netball embraced by Suffolk coach and team

I was never particularly good, but I did enjoy netball as a youngster at school, so I jumped at the chance to try out the latest version — Walking Netball.

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TARGET: Connor Mountain is aiming for a podium finish

Connor targets a podium finish: Fen Tigers duo in riders championship bid, while Jolly concedes defeat in play-off quest

Connor Mountain hopes he can turn a few heads by achieving his mission of getting on the podium at this year’s National League Riders Championship at Leicester.

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TESTING TIME: Whisky Baron and jockey Greg Cheyne (right) got the feel of the Rowley Mile turf with a gallop over five furlongs on Monday

Testing run out for Whisky Baron on Rowley Mile turf

The South African star, Whisky Baron, continued his preparations for the Group 2 Shadwell Joel Stakes, run over the Rowley Mile, with a five-furlong gallop on Monday.

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ON HIS OWN: Newmarkets Harvey Bell suffers from a lack of support around him in Saturdays 62-5 defeat

League champions have far too much for depleted Newmarket

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GUEST SPEAKER: Sally Gunnell OBE

Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell set for West Suffolk Sports Awards

Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell OBE will be the guest speaker at the inaugural West Suffolk Sports Awards a week on Thursday (September 28).
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BIG WIN: James Tate with his Kempton winner Invincible Army

Invincible Army hands Tate his first ever Group race triumph

After a number of near misses, James Tate was able to celebrate his first Group victory on Saturday.

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CHAMPIONS: Sarah Greenall, Marcella Tuttle and Edie Douglas

Links trio defend their title

Having won the Cambs & Hunts Mary Cole Rose Bowl for the first time in 39 years last year, The Links are now two from two after mounting a successful defence.

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WORLD CHAMPS: Jane Paterson-Todd

Paterson-Todd ready to mix it with the best

She may have only fully committed to the sport less than a year ago, but on Sunday Jane Paterson-Todd will be rubbing shoulders with some of triathlon’s biggest names, writes Liam Apicella.

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KNOCKED OUT: Rubys Rascal lost in the semi-finals

Wallis’ defending champion bows out

Mark Wallis’ Rubys Rascal was unable to secure himself a place in the final of the Yorkshire St Leger on Saturday.

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DECISION TO MAKE: John Gosden

Cracksman may miss out on The Arc

A decision on whether or not Cracksman will feature in this year’s Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is likely to go down to the wire.

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POSITIVE DEBUT: Drew Kemp (blue) was in good form for the Fen Tigers against Cradley

Fen Tigers remain defiant in bid to secure a place in the play-offs

Promoter Kevin Jolly has insisted the Mildenhall Fen Tigers will not give up on nabbing a place in the play-offs, despite seeing their chances suffer a big blow over the weekend.

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PERFECT FIT: Andrea Atzeni is looking forward to riding Defoe in the St Leger Stakes

Defoe is a ‘perfect fit’ for St Leger

Andrea Atzeni — the William Hill St Leger Stakes’ winning jockey in 2014 and 2015 — believes he will be on-board the perfect horse for the latest instalment of Great Britain’s oldest Classic on Saturday (3.35pm).

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EXPERT ADVICE: Newmarket hockey coach and former Pakistan international Adnan Zakir relays some instructions

Club aiming to build upon their recent successes

With the number of players at its disposal and the standard in which some of its teams now ply their trade, Newmarket Hockey Club has perhaps never been in such a healthy position.

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Members of Newmarket Cycling & Trialthon watch on at the start of Stage Six

Ewan wins Tour of Britain’s sixth stage

Australia’s Caleb Ewan claimed his third victory of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain 2017 on Stage Six this afternoon.

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Huff overcomes car issues

Huff overcomes car issues

Rob Huff put on two strong performances in Thailand at the Chang International Circuit to score points for the Leopard Racing Team WRT.

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The Tour of Britain started in Newmarket for the first time

Tour of Britain begins in Newmarket

Not even the September showers could dampen the mood as some of cycling’s biggest names started Stage Six of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain in Newmarket this morning.

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GREAT DAY: Under-12s receive advice at Harleston Magpies' Hockey Fest

Players young and old take part in successful event

Harleston Magpies Hockey Club warmed up for the new season by hosting a successful Hockey Fest event on Saturday.

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SUCCESSFUL DEFENCE: Sarah Greenall (left) and Marcella Tuttle (right) were all smiles with their trophy

Tuttle and Greenall prove to be too strong for Ely City pairing

The Links’ Marcella Tuttle and Sarah Greenall successfully defended their County Scratch Foursomes title at the Cambridgeshire Golf Club.

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