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Newmarket eager to avoid further cancellations

Having been forced to concede last Saturday’s game away at Holt, Newmarket RUFC are hoping that it does not become a regular occurrence.

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YOUNG CAPTAIN: Jordan Jenkins

Young skipper excited by his new role with the Fen Tigers

Jordan Jenkins is eager to take the next step forward in his career by demonstrating his leadership abilities in his new role as captain of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers, writes Graham Clark.

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THIRD PLACE: Frontiersman came up short at Wolverhampton

Frontiersman has to settle for third on his All-Weather debut

Charlie Appleby’s Frontiersman was beaten on his All-Weather debut at Wolverhampton on Monday night.

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CLOSED: Mildenhall Stadium will no longer host greyhound racing

Mildenhall closes greyhound operation

Greyhound racing has ceased at Mildenhall Stadium with immediate effect.

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British-record breaker is now aiming for the very top

From being hospitalised for an eating disorder, Grace Howse has made great strides — to the point where she is now aiming for the top of the world in her new sport.

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NEW GROUND: Frontiersman will feature on the All-Weather for the first time

Frontiersman to make All-Weather debut

Charlie Appleby’s Frontiersman will make his All-Weather debut among a field of 11 in the £19,000 Betway Live Casino Conditions Race (6.40pm) at Wolverhampton on Monday (6.40pm).

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TOP TEAM: Newmarket Joggers at Ely

Aylmer picks up award as club-mates head to Ely

Chris Aylmer signed off 2017 on a winning note when it was announced he had won his age group in the Running and Fitness Grand Prix on New Year’s Eve.

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BODY ON THE LINE: Newmarkets Joe Stafford attempts to gain some ground during the narrow home defeat to Crusaders

Late try denies Newmarket the chance to rack up league double


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HIGH HOPES: Amy Murphy

Kalashnikov shows good deal of heart on Murphy’s Grade 1 debut

Kalashnikov’s unbeaten run may have ended on Saturday, but Amy Murphy’s belief in her stable star remains resolute.

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Wallis’ defence of Coronation Cup rests with semi-final duo

Mark Wallis will have two dogs in Coral Coronation Cup semi-final action tomorrow as he bids to win the competition for the second year in succession.

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ON TARGET: Mike Skelton scored for Newmarket

Skelton marks his return from injury with a goal in home draw


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YOUNG LEADER: Jordan Jenkins

Jenkins to skipper Fen Tigers

The new-look Mildenhall Fen Tigers will be captained by Jordan Jenkins during the upcoming 2018 season.

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DELIGHTED: Silvestre de Sousa said 2017 was an incredible year

Silvestre de Sousa crowned 2017 Stobart Flat Jockey Champion

Newmarket-based Silvestre de Sousa has capped off a memorable year by emphatically winning the 2017 Stobart Annual Flat Jockeys’ Championship.

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HOPE: Greyhound trainer Mark Wallis hopes Bruisers Bullet can enjoy big race success in 2018. Pictured here with Directors Spur

Wallis eyes up more success for Bruisers Bullet in 2018

Mark Wallis hopes that Bruisers Bullet can use his victory in the Coral Olympic final at Hove on Thursday as a springboard for more big race success this year, writes Graham Clark.

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MAIDEN TROPHY: Harley Mason recently got his hands on the Honda Cadet Championship trophy, which the 10-year-old hopes will be the first of many

Karting champ Harley dreams of progressing to Formula One

He has only been on the track two years now but after lifting his first karting title at the first attempt, talented Harley Mason, 10, is already dreaming of one day competing in a Formula One car.

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Still time to join Joggers’ running group

There are still places available for the Newmarket Joggers 2018 Beginners’ Running Group.

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ALL SMILES: Amy Hawes celebrates Wuheida's Oaks victory with other connections at Belle Vue: Picture: Steve Nash

One of the youngest ever winners of the Oaks could target the Derby next

Amy Hawes purchased Wuheida as a memorial — a way of honouring the memory of her greyhound-loving grandfather — but now she has one of the youngest ever Oaks winners.

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MOVING ON: Jon Armstrong

Armstrong gutted to be leaving Fen Tigers

Jon Armstrong has admitted that he is ‘absolutely gutted’ about not getting the call-up to ride for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers next year, writes Graham Clark.

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READY TO GO: Josh Bailey

Bailey ready to thrive in his leading role with Fen Tigers

Josh Bailey hopes he can resume where he left off and fire in the big scores from the word go for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in next year’s National League.

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AWAY LOSS: Newmarket were unable to get the better of hosting Thetford

Newmarket head into the new year on the back of away defeat


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