Daily Archives: May 8, 2015

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FOOTBALL: Premier League Managers of the Month

By Alannah Fellows Leicester City’s Nigel Pearson has been crowned April’s Premier League Manager of the Month following his turn around of City’s form in their last seven games. Pearson is an obvious choice for the accolade. However, looking back over the season it’s not hard to see some managers being overlooked with Premier League…

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GOLF: Changing of the Guard?

By Cian Lanigan This year has seen a change in the winners and frequent competitors on both the PGA and women’s tours. Jordan Spieth’s seemingly relentless form has seen him pick up his first major win at the Masters along with another three wins in both Australia and America since December. As impressive as that is,…

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FOOTBALL: Guiseley aiming for play-off glory at Chorley

By Jarad Southall-Martin After a heart-breaking loss in the playoff final last season the Lions will be looking to set the record straight when they travel to Chorley this weekend in pursuit of promotion. Last year Altrincham scored a painful last minute free kick in extra time at Moss Rose. But up to 800 Lions…

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RUGBY LEAGUE: Bulls depressed by Championship

By Aaron McMillan The Bradford Bulls media manager says the rugby league Championship is “depressing”, as it does not prepare teams for life in the top flight. Stuart Duffy said he is not convinced by the standard of the league and not sure if the competition is geared up for anyone to get into Super…

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RUGBY LEAGUE: Giants out for revenge in Salford clash

By Rebecca Foulkes Huddersfield will be out for revenge when they meet with Salford on Friday evening at the AJ Bell Stadium. This will be the first meeting since the two teams meet following Rangi Chase illegal ‘cannonball’ challenge on Brett Ferres, causing him to be sidelined for up to three months. Half back Chase…

POLITICS: Shipley re-elect Philip Davies for the third time.

By Lucy Askew Conservative candidate Philip Davies today held onto his seat in Shipley in a solid victory. Mr Davies won with 25,269 votes to Labour’s 15,645, handing the Tory a 9,624 majority. Mr Davies, who is known for his right-of-centre conservatism and has in the past caused controversy with some of his views, said: “I…

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