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  • Stamford people invited to nominate sports coaches for award

    By kay_kelly at 11:50 on 14/04/13
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    Stamford people are being asked to nominate sports coaches or physical activity instructors for an award as part of Lincolnshire Coaches Week. The week runs from Monday to Sunday, May 20th to 26th, and aims to promote coaching across the county. A number of courses and events are being delivered to increase awareness of sport and activity in Lincolnshire, and local people are being asked to nominate coaches or instructors in their...
  • Local bowlers collect county awards

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    Stamford bowlers dominated the Northants Bowling Federation annual awards in Peterborough, collecting a wide range of silverware for their efforts during the 2012 indoor and outdoor seasons. As well as the county 2-bowl and Champion of Champions singles awards, Blackstone's Adam Warrington was able to show off the English Bowling Federation 2-bowl Singles trophy he won for the second time in four years. He also joined with Stamford...
  • Stamford indoor bowls club open morning attracts almost 50 visitors

    By kay_kelly at 10:26 on 23/09/12
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    Almost 50 people attended yesterday's open morning at Stamford & District Indoor Bowls Association. Visitors, many of them children, had the opportunity to try the sport free of charge at the club's premises off Exeter Gardens. Association Chairman Keith Rippon told stamfordpeople: "We are delighted with the number of people who attended - it was more than last year. "Almost all of them have said they are...
  • All change at the top - Stamford's Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials

    By kay_kelly at 12:48 on 31/08/12
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    Halfway through this morning the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials leader board looked very different from yesterday. American rider Sinead Halpin and Manoir de Carneville had posted the first sub 40 test to take a convincing lead with a score of 36.3 - while Australian Clayton Fredericks was in second place on a score of 40.8 with 10-year-old Irish-bred Walterstown Don. British Olympic team silver medallist Mary King and her...
  • British rider retains lead at the end of first day of dressage at Stamford's Burghley Horse Trials

    By kay_kelly at 20:23 on 30/08/12
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    Ruth Edge and Rogersdale retain the lead at the end of the first day of dressage at The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. Having produced a rhythmical and fluent test the pair scored an average of 69.6% for a penalty score of 45.5. New Zealand Olympic team bronze medallist Jonathan (Jock) Paget and Clfton Lush moved up to second place and are less than one penalty behind (46.2). The pair, who was fifth last year on their...

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