Daily Archives: February 19, 2016


Yorkshire tennis clubs building on GB success

By James Field Yorkshire tennis clubs are confident that success at professional level can have a positive impact on junior participation at local clubs. Recently there was Great Britain’s first Davis Cup victory since 1936, followed up by great performances in the Australian Open from Andy Murray, Johanna Konta and Jamie Murray, who became the…


Million reasons for Bradford Golf Club to be optimistic

  By Max Baker  A West Yorkshire golf club are looking to attract new members and professionals by investing £1m to improve the course. Bradford Golf Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs in Yorkshire. Established at Baildon in 1891 as The Bradford St Andrews Golf Club, the club changed its name in 1894…


Futsal becomes a hit at Leeds Trinity University

By Elliott York An exciting and alternative type of indoor football has been set up by a West Yorkshire university that is free and available to any student who wants to participate. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small-sided football game that is widely played across the world and is officially recognised by both Uefa and Fifa….


Lions back on track after being stumped by tree problem

By Guy Dugdale and Tom Benthall Guiseley AFC’s chairman has expressed his relief after the club were granted permission to continue their ground improvements. The Lions were already working to a tight deadline in order to meet league requirements, and get the necessary work completed by the end of March. Leeds City Council had initially issued…

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