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Breighmet pick up the first win in Jack Taylor Trophy

Bolton Hockey Club

Bolton Hockey Club round-up: Ladies fight back three times to earn draw

Bolton Harriers' six-stage team, from left, Tom Lancashire, Tony Valentine, Jonny Kay, Karl Darcy, Declan Toomey and Martin Reid

Tom Lancashire shines in impressive Bolton United Harriers national relay performance

READY TO GO: Burnden runners before the start of the Congleton Half Marathon. From left: Tony Foster, George Butler, Paul Duke, Alec Cottrill, Sally Cottrill, Trevor Fishwick, Martin Twining, Julie Newton, Paul Christie, Paula Pilling, Sarah Sutcliffe, Ju

Burnden Road Runners: Kinloch shoots up national age group rankings with Congleton victory


Horwich RMI Harriers mountain men rise to Lake District challenge

Chris Cockton says Bolton will look no further than the next game despite being boosted by their main rivals losing on Saturday

Bolton RUFC's title boost as rivals St Benedicts slip-up

Westhoughton Lions

Westhoughton Lions to make one final push for play-offs

Bolton Badminton League

Bolton Badminton League: Deane B and Westhoughton C on the up after victories

ACTION: Youngsters taking part in the Go-Ride event

Hot Wheels in pole position for success

Liam Shaw from Bolton Hot Wheels competes in the annual cycle race at The Rake, Holcolmbe.  Photo by Karen Hope, Sunday October 12 2014.. (11409623)

Top riders take on gruelling Ramsbottom Rake

Royal ascension for Canute against Thornleigh

SUCCESS: All of the winners at the BOSPAA awards, Pics by Julie Lomax

Top sporting talent is celebrated at awards night

MEDAL: Kelsey Barnes and Harvey Ridings

Sharples Wrestling Club pair earn podium spots

BEST YET: Ken Warner, left, ran a new personal best time on his 206th appearance

Bolton parkrun stalwart Ken Warner reaches new heights

RESULT: Liam McBride is pictured with coaches Steve Reilly and Samantha Williamson after winning his belt.

McBride is proving to be a belt-er

JAMIE Scott’s English title fight will top the bill when Bolton Thai Boxing Club hosts its only show of the year tomorrow.Scott, aged 14, will fight Aiden Foster, of County Durham, for the vacant 52k belt.He is trained by the Well Street club’s legend

Jamie Scott title fight tops the bill at Bolton Thai Boxing Club show


Bolton Hockey Club match round-up

POSSE: Burnden runners at Swinton, from left, standing, Simon Marland, Mark Butler, Rita Ledwards, Joanne Darby, George Butler, Dave Aulton, Gillian McGowan, Craig Philpot, Louise Geogeghan, Jeff Pendlebury, Christine Pendlebury, front, Nicola Hardy, Dian

Eccleston leads the way as Burnden team secure third place

Bolton United Harriers juniors with coach Gwylim Jones at the medal meeting hosted by Blackpool, Wyre & Fylde Athletic Club at Stanley Park

Bolton United Harrier Tom Carson edges out club-mate Karl Darcy for fourth in penultimate CLGP race

FELL GUY: Ian Conroy won the Thieveley Pike Fell Race and was 25th in World Mountain Running Championships the previous week. Photo by Peter Kevan

Conroy keeps up his fine form in Thieveley Pike fell race

Little Hulton Reds' Danny Jones scored a fine individual try against Eccleston

Winder in fine kicking form as Little Hulton see off Eccleston

Bolton RUFC skipper Chris Cockton

Bolton keep up the pressure on leaders with bonus-point triumph against Wigton

Forrest secure win after flying start

Forrest secure win after flying start in Bolton Badminton League

Berry scores two as Lions see off Sharks

Berry scores two as Lions see off Sharks

UP, UP AND AWAY: Under-17s forward Harvey Banks claims the ball

Gore puts the icing on the cake in 17 try win

ACTION: Bolton Under-17s v New Brighton

Hinchcliffe scores four for Under-17s in victory

Peatfield excited about cyclocross season

Turban is on form against Moir

Turban is on form against Moir

MEDAL: James Oxborrow is presented with his medal

Oxborrow has a silver lining for Metro in English National Age Group Championships

Thornleigh optimistic about season despite defeat

Schoolgirls are on the ball after netball and lacrosse events

Schoolgirls are on the ball after netball and lacrosse events

Wheelchair rugby player Ayaz Bhuta is ready for world stage

SCORING: Addison Brown on his way to getting five goals against Lancaster

Pelicans come up short despite staging a comeback against Lancaster

RUNNER OF THE WEEK: Jackie Cairns ran her second successive personal best

Lukas Siska leads the way at Bolton parkrun

ENDURANCE ACES: From left, Lisa Carter, Maria Parkinson, Beverley Walker and Allison Grace

Burnden Road Runners and Bury AC combined team win 24-hour Endurance Event

SPEED STARS: Mark Berry, left, and Adam Illman

Sidecar star Mark Berry looks to build on championship triumph

Longworth's Stock surges after display

Longworth's Stock surges after display

Great Lever live up to their name in the BGA final

WINNERS: Carl Blackshaw and Mark Latham

Hart Common pair triumph in the BGA Knockout Match-Play final

Bolton United Harriers veteran Paul Turner

Harriers seniors and juniors illuminate Blackpool in road relay races

Phil Eccleston was in fine form again for Burnden Road Runners

Burnden's Eccleston triumphs in Warrington 10k

Chris Farrell led the way for the Horwich RMI Harriers relay team

Farrell shines as senior men reach national finals

CHAMPIONS: Mark Berry, left, and Adam Illman. Pictures by SK-Art Photography

Sidecar aces win Championship

Bolton RUFC captain Chris Cockton was back in action in the win at Aspatria

Aspatria away win puts down a marker for the season, says Bolton skipper Cockton

Danny Jones scored two tries for Little Hulton Reds at Crosfields A

Spirited show is not enough for Little Hulton Reds at Crosfields A


BADMINTON: Moorside B stay top after another dominant win

DELIGHTED: Mark Keenan

Keenan packs a punch to finish third

DELIGHTED: The Bolton Olympic Wrestling Club members

Youngsters blow away the cobwebs to seal third place at Wigan competition

PACE: Nat May races through to score

Under-15s take bragging rights in convincing victory

HOLD ON: Sam Dixon and Josh Thompson stop an attack

Grindley-Roberts is at the double in wins against Panthers

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