12:45pm Wednesday 4th September 2013
THE curtain has finally fallen on the 11-year playing career of York City Knights star Adam Sullivan – and despite severe injuries he tells PETER MARTINI how much he will miss the cut and thrust of playing.
12:31pm Wednesday 26th June 2013
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THERE is no doubt Yorkshire will miss the retired Anthony McGrath. Whether it be scoring runs on the field or passing on his wisdom to youngsters and playing the odd practical joke off it, last month’s departure will leave a hole at Headingley.
10:21am Wednesday 23rd January 2013
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Countrywide Flame has established himself as a real Champion Hurdle contender for Norton trainer John Quinn. But, as he tells STEVE CARROLL, the four-year-old is by no means the only talented jumper at the historic Highfield stables.
10:46am Wednesday 5th September 2012
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PAUL HANAGAN says leaving Richard Fahey’s Malton yard was the toughest decision of his life. But, as he settles in Newmarket, the dual champion jockey tells STEVE CARROLL that he can’t wait to capitalise on his new job with Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum.
10:18am Wednesday 21st March 2012
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Dede Scott Brown, the curator of York Racecourse’s once renowned museum, steps down from her post at the end of the year. She tells STEVE CARROLL about the weird and wonderful artefacts from horse racing’s history.
10:32am Wednesday 17th August 2011
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It has been 70 years since farmer Eric Sleightholme first stepped up to the oche to play local league darts in the York area. DAVE FLETT talks to the 84-year-old about his many successes in the sport.
10:22am Wednesday 6th April 2011
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Dunnington Football Club boast one of the best-qualified managers in the country in Matty Wain. The York College teacher talks to TONY KELLY about the full-on challenge of achieving the coveted UEFA ‘B’ license.
11:11am Wednesday 26th January 2011
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Experience is the name of the game for rising Yorkshire cricket star Jonny Bairstow during a winter of tours to Australia and West Indies. Tykes reporter GRAHAM HARDCASTLE talks to the York-based ace.
10:44am Wednesday 5th January 2011
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Adam Lyth is cricket’s man of the moment after becoming the first batsman to reach 1,000 County Championship runs for the season. GRAHAM HARDCASTLE talks to the North Yorkshire-born opener about his England ambitions.
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