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How gymnast Madelaine is going for gold

Outstanding international gymnast Madelaine Routledge and her mum Angela are making a new start following the sudden death of dad and husband Chris.

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Kelly Southward collects her award from Martin Ireland

Award recognises Kelly’s contribution

Garstang Table Tennis Club’s Kelly Southward has picked up an award recognising her contribution to the club over the last four years.

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Garstang got the better of Leyland and Chorley on Saturday

Hockey ladies’ five-star victory

Garstang Ladies Hockey Club’s first XI were 5-1 winners when they hosted Leyland and Chorley on a miserable, damp day.

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Competing in the cyclocross event at Chipping.

Cyclocross in Chipping has been hailed a ‘tremendous success’

Despite the poor weather, cyclocross - Britain’s fastest growing cycle sport - arrived in Chipping for the first time and has been hailed a tremendous success.

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TeamSport has karting venues across the UK

Go-karting centre gets green light

An indoor go-kart track has been given the green light by councillors.

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Grace McGarvey and Harriet Price in action for Garstang

Victory is child’s play for Garstang hockey youngsters

A very young Garstang Ladies Hockey Club third team, lacking several senior players, were 3-0 winners when they met Brookfields on Saturday.

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Garstang saw off North Manchester on Saturday

Match report: Garstang RUFC 51 North Manchester 12

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Chinese Lions add a dash of colour to the launch of Preston's new dragon boat

The eyes have it at dragon boat launch

It was a case of dotting the eyes and crossing the Marina when Preston paddlers took delivery of their first brand new dragon boat.

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Garstang School of Gymnastics members who took part in The Special Olympics Great Britain National Summer Games in Sheffield.
Georgina Horn and Millie Sutcliffe, both 12, and 16-year-old Katie Whittaker (centre).

Garstang gymnasts' great medal haul

Rising stars from the Garstang School of Gymnastics brought home an impressive haul of medals after competing at The Special Olympics Great Britain.

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Cyclocross - coming to Chipping next month

Cyclocross comes to Chipping next month

Cyclocross - Britain’s fastest growing cycle sport is coming to Chipping next month.

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Jasmine Jolly won the 300m hurdles at the School Games

Jasmine overcomes hurdles for School success

Garstang Community Academy’s Jasmine Jolly finished top of the class when she competed in a nationwide event.

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Back (l-r): Lisa Hawkins, Issy Thompson, Simon Ashby, Philip Garrett, Amelia Hanley Front (l-r): Tom Osborn, Nick Grundy, Annie Collinson

A smashing season for Garstang tennis players

Despite gaining a significant number of sets by default, Garstang Tennis Club have done more than enough to seal promotion to division three of the Ribble League.

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BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic stars just revealed for the #teamparkrun 5k events UK wide today - Saturday,- August 19.
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Physio Simon Eason

World mission for physio Simon

Garstang physio Simon Eason has had the opportunity to work on a world stage this summer.

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Snooker

Have a Go at.... cue sports

Cue sports, also known as billiard sports, include snooker, pool or billiards.
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Jasmine Jolly saw off challengers from Scotland, Wales and Ireland

Jasmine overcomes hurdles to claim Dublin title

Garstang Community Academy head girl Jasmine Jolly proved she was the best of British – and Irish – with victory at an event in Dublin.

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Philip Jones (left) receives the Undulations Trophy from Garstang Cycling Club chairman Phil Morgan

Record holder Phils his boots at Garstang ride

Garstang Cycling Club’s annual Undulations Trophy Time Trial proved a memorable return to the event for Catterall rider Philip Jones.

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Great Britain's Isaac Towers

One-lap learning curve for Catterall’s Towers

Great Britain’s Isaac Towers found the going tough against the fastest one-lap racers in the first of his two events at the World Para Athletics, in London, on Monday night.

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John McEnroe throwing his racket in anger during his stormy semi-final match against Australian Rod Frawley

14 brilliant moments from Wimbledon over 90 years

The Beeb is celebrating nine decades of broadcasting from the Wimbledon Championships - here's a look back...

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