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Aaliyah proves her point in Youth event

WE DID IT: All of the teams taking part in the tournament

SS Osmunds and Gaskell triumph in tag rugby event

HOPEFUL: Anthony Whealing of Great Lever

Great Lever are spurred on for success

The successful Bolton United Harriers juniors, back from left, Julia Winogrodzka, Porscha Johnson and Isabella Merritt; front, Luke Greenhalgh, Joshua Bentley-Hughes and Harvey Kenny

Six of the best shine for Harriers

WINNERS: Ged Gaffey, Norman Fletcher and Ron White with BGA President Glynn Evans

Fletcher brings home local championship

Manchester Rangers 42 Westhoughton Lions 22

RUGBY LEAGUE: Westhoughton Lions fight back falls short at Rangers

Unbeaten Section D leaders Wallys Eleven

Bury's Golden Girls make it a clean sweep of inter-league success at home to Bolton

WINNERS: Westhoughton Lions U12s with their trophy

Lions roaring with pride at cup success

ACTION: Lewis McGrath

McGrath earns GB call-up

RACER: Malachi Mitchell-Thomas

Horwich racer Malachi Mitchell-Thomas climbs to sixth place in British Superbike championship with top-five finish

IRON WILL: Andy Patterson overcomes adversity to complete the Ironman, with a little help from a mystery friend

Good Samaritan helps parkrun organiser Andy complete Ironman

FINALISTS: Tina Berry (Ladies Club Champion 2015), Jackie Fenton (Lady Captain), Andrea Murray (runner-up).

Berry has been crowned new ladies club champion

ACTION: Rob Taylor

Full-strength Bolton side show their class

TAKE AIM: Joe Murnan lines up a shot. Pictures by Phil Oldham/PDC

DARTS: Murnan pushes former champ all the way in World Matchplay debut

Mets can benefit from steep learning curve, says Cooke

Horwich's Michael Cayton finished 23rd in the Snowdon International

Horwich RMI Harriers athletes star at Snowdon International

HARD HITTING: Bolton's senior side blitzed Bury in the first innings, scoring 108

ROUNDERS: Bolton seniors hold on to claim inter-league victory

TOP KIDS: Promotion-winning Bolton Harriers juniors

Bolton United Harriers juniors seal promotion

FASTER: Neil Critchley

Burnden Road Runners' Ironman heroes

Mathew Elliston savours the atmosphere at the Ironman finish line

Mexican wrestlers inspire Ironman to Bolton's fastest time

WELL PLACED: Adam Akik came fifth in the T3 event

Akin and Heath are top Bolton Tri Club finishers in home Junior Aquathon event

QUEST: Farnworth kickboxer Caleb Bromley. Picture by www.assassynation.co.uk

Kickboxer Caleb faces fight to fund world title tilt

RACE: Opponents try to win possession

Old boy network fails to down Bolton School's young bloods in anniversary water polo showdown

HOT STUFF: Firefighter Robert McDonagh finished the Ironman in 11:31:52

Raise a glass to our Ironman heroes

RUNNER OF THE WEEK: Elizabeth Thompson who completed her 50th run

Kris Worsley, Robert Mwelwa and Cecilia Woods produce Bolton parkrun super show

Ironman 2015.David McNamee on the run  near Overdale.
Images by Steve Holt, Bolton News, Sunday July 19 2015. (32466725)

McNamee is flying high after impressive Ironman UK win

Ironman town centre. Lucy Gossage running on Knowsley Street with the crowd.
 Picture by Richard Holton Newsquest(Bolton) ltd Copyright 19th July, 2015 (32463904)

Gossage praises competitors for braving the conditions

From putting out fires to completing toughest endurance event

FINAL RIVALS: men's singles champion Steve Darlington, right, with losing finalist and under-18s boys' champion Will Hart

Steve Darlington and Laurie Clark win Bolton Tennis Tournament senior singles titles

Joe Murnan is consoled by Adrian Lewis after Saturday's game. Picture by Phil Oldham/PDC

Bolton's Joe Murnan goes out of World Matchplay in battling defeat to Adrian Lewis

BOLTON CREW: Firefighters from the town have a proud Ironman. Pictured are a four of the eight who are taking part tomorrow and a selection of firefighter who have completed Ironman events in the past. Back from left, Jason Jones, Andy Turner, Marc Murphy

Norris: Taking on the Ironman comes naturally to us firefighters

Bolton Tennis Tournament

BOLTON TENNIS TOURNAMENT: Will Hart through to men's and juniors singles finals

AGAINST THE ODDS: Chris Mann has had a series of injuries and mishaps in the build-up to the Ironman

Catalogue of mishaps blight 'Hop-along' Chris Mann's Ironman preparations

Aaron Winstanley

Four Bolton School boys in England Schools water polo squad

BACK: Neil Critchley is looking forward to soaking up the atmosphere at the finish line

Karate instructor hopes to tackle his second Ironman

Malachi Mitchell-Thomas is on track for a good season. Picture by Paul Walker

Malachi up to fifth as latest effort is cut short by rain

FINALISTS: Breightmet club champion Stuart Janson, right, with runner-up Billy Holmes, left, and captain Ken Nash

Stuart Janson beats Billy Holmes to win Breightmet Golf Club Championship

SUCCESS: Bolton Sailing Club members at the Supernova event

Critchley brothers cruising their way into the top 12 nationally

Athletics

Andy Lloyd leads way for Horwich RMI Harriers in Three-Day Challenge

OPPORTUNITY: Sam Dixon spots a gap in the opponents' defence

Westhoughton Lions U10s 34 Woolston Golds 16

DIGGING IN: Mel Walker battles to first V70 at Lytham Carnival 5k

Burnden Road Runners' Steve Nolan and Lesley Fisher shine in Three-Day Challenge

TOP TEAM: From left, Hannah Kelly, Anna Chadbond, Demi Scott and Georgia Lever

Bolton United Harrier Demi Scott wins national gold

Summer football, Moss Bank Park, Bolton.

Photo: Moss Bank Green's U8's team (from left) Freddie Partington, Finley Westwood, James Worsley, Bradley Aspinall, Gabriel Smith, Adam Vickers, William Ashmore and Nathaniel Atkinson with coach Anthony Aspinall.

The sound of summer is good for local football

Get your nominations in to recognise sporting talent in Bolton from the past year

Welsh wants to be the world's best player

YOUNG ACES: Some of the youngsters who played in the competition for junior beginners, pictured with BGA president, Glynn Evans, from left, Allie Cowan (Dunscar), Mitchell Looker (Breightmet), winner Dan Grundy (Dunscar), Tom Duddle (Chorley), Taylor Yate

Callum McPhillips wins Bolton Golf Boys Championship

Athletics

High jumper Chris Mann wants more after British Championships experience

The Bolton Intermediate inter-league team that went down at Bury Sports Club

Intermediate side make it a hat-trick of home wins for Bury

WINNERS: Bolton School Under-14s side defeated Manchester Grammar School in the final

Bolton School are Lancashire champions

READY: Niamh Robinson

Robinson ready for another shot at Commonwealths

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