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  • Matson keep pressure on table-toppers

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 11/11/13
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    MATSON have retained their grip on second place in Tribute Western Counties North. They extended their winning run to three games with a 26-15 success at North Bristol, putting them three points behind the pace-setting Chew Valley. Drybrook moved up one place to third after winning 24-8 at Barton Hill – their four success in a row. Chosen Hill Former Pupils occupy ninth spot after losing 19-10 at Old Bristolians, making it...
  • Barometrics bidding to avoid another defeat at hands of Longford

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 02/11/13
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    FC BAROMETRICS go into this afternoon's home match against Longford hoping history does not repeat itself. It was a year ago that Longford came to Newlands Park and inflicted Barometrics' first home defeat of the season and their third defeat in as many games when winning 2-0. Boss Steve Cleal welcomes back into the squad Steve Benbow, Rob Reid, Jack Watts and Andy Keveren who all missed last weeks cup win over Gloucester Elmleaze. ...
  • Scott Redding misses out on title glory

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 28/10/13
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    SCOTT Redding missed the chance to become the first British world motorcycle champion in 36 years when he crashed out on the first lap of yesterday's Japanese Grand Prix. Quedgeley-born Redding, 20, lost the championship lead to Pol Espargaro in Australia after missing the race with a fractured wrist. He was cleared to race yesterday but crashed on the first lap. Espargaro then overtook pole-sitter Mika Kallio for a two-second...
  • Scott Redding misses out on title glory

    By The Citizen at 05:00 on 28/10/13
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    SCOTT Redding missed the chance to become the first British world motorcycle champion in 36 years when he crashed out on the first lap of yesterday's Japanese Grand Prix. Quedgeley-born Redding, 20, lost the championship lead to Pol Espargaro in Australia after missing the race with a fractured wrist. He was cleared to race yesterday but crashed on the first lap. Espargaro then overtook pole-sitter Mika Kallio for a two-second...
  • Trio of county superstars in the running for our top sports award

    By Gloucestershire Echo at 05:00 on 26/10/13
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    The race for the ultimate prize at the Gloucestershire Citizen and Echo Sports Awards is on, writes Laura Fell. Moto star Scott Redding, rowing world champion Pete Reed and Gloucester, England and Lions hero Billy Twelvetrees are all in the running to be crowned Professional Sports Personality of the Year. The winner of the prestigious award will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at the Hatherley Manor Hotel on Thursday,...

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