Daily Archives: May 2, 2017

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Thousands flock to witness third Tour de Yorkshire race

  By Robert Mooney Over the course of a long weekend, the Tour de Yorkshire, once again, brought crowds to the streets of God’s own County. With the excitement of sprint finishes, potential crashes and glorious wins, spectators had a whole three days of action to thrive off. On Saturday April 29 – the second…

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Man narrowly avoids high speed crash

By Lauren Evans A pedestrian desperately leapt to his safety minutes before two cars came hurtling towards him. At around midnight on the 2nd May, the lucky man in question was walking down Roundhay road in Harehills when at the last minute, he saw two VW Golf’s heading towards him at some speed. The cars,…

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SUPER LEAGUE ROUND UP: ROUND 12

By James Smith We are well into the Super League season by now with surprises galore and some entertaining rugby to boot. Castleford Tigers continued their magnificent start to the season with a 54-4 victory over Wigan Warriors, who are down in fifth, hopefully sustaining within the top eight. Castleford’s remarkable victory came courtesy of…

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GUISELEY SURVIVE AS YORK ARE RELEGATED

By Charlie Russell There was a relegation battle this weekend as local sides Guiseley and York City fought it out to keep their National League status. York came from behind twice to equalise against Forest Green Rovers thanks to Jon Parkin, but that was not enough to keep the Minstermen in the National League as…

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Police hunt two masked men after shop raid in Huddersfield

By Jorgie McHale-Ramsell Police are appealing for information after two masked men raided a local corner shop in Almondbury, Huddersfield. Officers were called to Fearnside Avenue OneStop at 06:30am on Monday 1 May after a reported robbery. The two men entered the rear of the shop and threatened several staff members before taking money out…

YORKSHIRE’S ALL-TIME XI

By James Smith Imagine if Yorkshire had an International Team, how would they fare? With clubs such as Leeds United and players such as Gordon Banks. Yorkshire’s football pedigree is at a good level. Here we look at an all-time ‘Yorkshire XI’:                         So…

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