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Premier division top two triumph as rain causes havoc

GOOD PRO: Josh Carson made a late substitute appearance during Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to MansfieldPicture: Gordon Clayton

I'll be back, vows Carson after spell on York City sidelines

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INTERNATIONAL DUTY: Anthony Straker has not featured in the last three York City squadsPicture: Gordon Clayton

Straker gets taste of World Cup away from York City

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All Blacks player-coach Jack Stearman

Premier placing "not right" for New Earswick All Blacks

Jack Brooks took a first-class best of 5-35 for Yorkshire as Somerset were skittled for 110

Yorkshire in strong position, despite rain interruption

Jack Brooks had figures of 4-25 as Somerset went into lunch at 85-8

Yorkshire take eight wickets before lunch

Jack Brooks celebrates another wicket at Headingley

Brooks backed to build on formidable Yorkshire record at Headingley

SCOTTISH OUTING: Jack Garritty is chasing the apprentice championship

Garritty tipped to double up at Hamilton

DEBUT: Victoria Pendleton

Olympic cycle queen aims to ride high at Ripon

NET-BUSTER: Robert Chipps was among the goals as Dunnington destroyed Terrington Glory

York Minster League: F1 Racing maintain 100 per cent record against champions Riccall

MENTOR: Yorkshire's Ryan Sidebottom can't wait to help David Willey develop as a bowler

Veteran Sidebottom relishing role with new signing David Willey

UNSTOPPABLE: Colne full-back Ben Hoskin smashes a shot into the Tadcaster net to make it 3-2 Picture: Keith Handley

Cup calamities: Tadcaster Albion and Pickering Town both bid farewell to the FA Cup

DRIVE: Simon Lambert in action for York against Appleby Frodingham Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross

Yorkshire League: York ten points clear at the top

STUMPS FLYING: Clifton Alliance's John Gilham loses his wicket Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross

York Senior League: Joe Ashdown produces record-breaking Premier performance

HITTING OUT: A Bolton Percy player strikes against Malton & Old Malton Picture: Harry Atkinson

York Senior League: Champions Sessay suffer big defeat

BAGGING A BRACE: Malton & Norton's Sam Triffitt

West Park Leeds 0, Malton & Norton RUFC 35: Malton hand out six of the best

STRIKE TWO: Reece Thompson netted his second goal for York City against Mansfield and is pictured celebrating with fellow forward Vadaine Oliver, but he remains the only centre forward to score for the club this season. Picture: Gordon Clayton.

York City boss Russ Wilcox admits to striker problems

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GREAT START: Reece Thompson celebrates his sixth-minute goal for York City against Mansfield. Picture: Gordon Clayton

York City go down 2-1 to Mansfield after Matt Green brace

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HIGH HOPES: Russ Wilcox believes his York City side will only get better when new signings like Vadaine Oliver, pictured in aerial action against Swansea, are fully settled at the club. Picture: Simon Davies

Russ Wilcox reckons York City have conquered Bootham Crescent fears

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Kriss Brining scores a try against Hemel Stags in the win that all but secured the Knights a place in the League One play-offsPicture: Charles Peart

Knights' deal to play at Bootham Crescent will end before new stadium is ready - but has "provision to be extended"

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IN-FORM: The Press Player of the Year contender Ed Smith tries to evade Matt Reid during the Knights' clash with North Wales Crusaders at Elmpark WayPicture: Gordon Clayton

Home fires: what needs to happen for the Knights to bag a play-off at Bootham Crescent

LOAN RANGER: York City midfielder Tom Platt, pictured in action against Middlesbrough in pre-season, has been farmed out to Harrogate Town for a fourth time. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Ben Godfrey's York City promotion led to Tom Platt loan deal

NATIONAL POWER: The York City walking football team that reached the English finals at St George's Park. Pictured (left-to-right, back row) are Jeremy Reed, Richard Murray, Terry Norland, Martin Woof, Mike Kelley; (front row) Neil England, Thomas Gillon.

YORK City over-50s walking tall at St George's

DYER DUEL: York City full-back Femi Ilesanmi looks to take the game to Swansea winger Nathan Dyer during Tuesday's Capital One Cup tie at the Liberty Stadium. Picture: Simon Davies.

Femi Ilesanmi given big boost after Nathan Dyer duel

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SIDELINED: York City's former Wembley hero Matty Blair, pictured with the FA Trophy he helped the club win in 2012,  will miss playing at his old club for Mansfield tomorrow due to injury.

Former Wembley hero Matty Blair ruled out of Bootham Crescent reunion

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LOAN SWITCH: Tom Platt has joined Harrogate Town for three months.

Tom Platt joins Harrogate on loan

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PROGRESS: The York Union junior outfit, from left to right: Ciaran Matthews, Matt Jagger, president Martin Greaves, Simon Morley, James Cass, junior organiser Sian Statters, Ben Plaxton, Ben Statters

Golf: James Cass shines as York Union climb ladder at the 31st Junior Team Championship

PROUD: York sailor Tom Storey shows off his world championship trophies

Is Tom Storey one of sailing's youngest world champions?

ON HIS WAY?: George Bissett is set to move to Pickering Town

Pickering Town boss Paul Marshall in double transfer swoop

CELEBRATIONS: Andy Milne is congratulated after scoring the first goal against Staveley in midweek

Tadcaster Albion "ready" for Colne test in FA Cup

FULLY FOCUSED: York batsman Nick Kay

Nick Kay urges York Cricket Club side not to look for the winning line

INJURY AGONY: On-loan York City defender Stephane Zubar has suffered cruciate ligament damage.

Stephane Zubar set to miss rest of the season with cruciate damage

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AGONY: James Haynes screams out as he twists his right knee in the fateful tackle in which he tore his anterior cruciate ligament during the second half of the Knights' win over OxfordPicture: Charles Peart (36644602)

Luckless York City Knights skipper vows to "come back stronger" as he awaits knee reconstruction

Liam Plunkett was Yorkshire's match-winner

Plunkett stars with bat and ball as Yorkshire reach last four

MATTHEW FISHER: Wants to step up to the plate

Fisher keen to take responsibility as Yorkshire eye last-four spot

Danny Cook has served a six-month ban

Cook looks to return with recipe for success at Sedgefield

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Alex Lees, frustrated to miss out on a century against Sussex last week at Hove, keeps finding different ways to get out but is confident that Lady Luck will be smiling on him soon

Alex Lees column: Cricketing gods will go my way soon

CAN HE KICK IT: Antony Chilton, who will be back in Acorn's team tonight to hopefully bolster their kicking game

Acorn aim to make immediate amends in tonight's clash with Elland

WINNERS: York's Laura Campbell, left, who won GB mixed doubles gold, with Oliver Beadle. Also pictured are Aiden Leighton and Lucy Porteous Pictures: Tennis Foundation

Tennis: Golden time for York Tennisability

CRUCIAL: Neil Metcalfe's half-century helped to set up a last-over victory for Ovington over title-chasing Bishopthorpe in the HPH York Vale League

Bishops loss puts Cave on brink of title again

FLOORED: York City are left crestfallen by Marvin Emnes' third goal for Swansea. Picture: Simon Davies

Russ Wilcox bemoans "very harsh" result as York City go down 3-0 at Swansea

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UNLUCKY: James Berrett saw a first-half chance hit the bar at Swansea.

York City go down 3-0 at Premier League Swansea

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Toulouse poised to play in a restructured 'Super 8s-style' League One next year

Liam Plunkett says that Yorkshire are a proper team and can break fortress Chelmsford tomorrow

Plunkett: Yorkshire are ready to put on a show

SUPERB DISPLAY: Selby GC's Megan Garland

Golf: Hard work pays off for Megan Garland in British Amateur Strokeplay

TIGHT HOLD: Keith Lowe is hoping to get to grips with former club Swansea, as he did with Bradford City in the previous round of the Capital One Cup.

York City defender Keith Lowe wants knockout night at former club

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DYER CONSEQUENCES: Swansea will be hoping their star-studded reserves, featuring Nathan Dyer (pictured above), can respond positively against Capital One Cup opponents York City.

Swansea to field £21million reserves against York City

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Liberal Angel can  win again for trainer Burke at Catterick

Liberal Angel can win again for trainer Burke at Catterick

Silvestre de Sousa has the opportunity to tighten his grip on the jockeys' title

Eaves hoping for seaside success

WINNER: John Wells

Golf: Seven-up John Wells secures Forest Park Trophy

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