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Dylan, aged 9, is the NUMBER ONE British climber

The British Mountaineering Council Youth Climbing Series National Final took place in Edinburgh recently and Dylan Heason, aged 9 from Grindleford Primary School in the Peak District qualified and climbed to take the British No1 spot.

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Wimbledon makes its annual return on July 2-15, with the crme de la crme of tennis stars vying for the highly acclaimed champion title

Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament

Wimbledon makes its annual return between 2 and 15 July, with the best of tennis talent all vying for the highly acclaimed champion title.

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Marko Arnautovic

RUMOUR MILL: United interested in Arnautovic | Chelsea eye up Lewandowski | Liverpool offer Lyon £52.68m for Fekir

Here are today’s hot rumours from the football grapevine.

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Mental health football event

Football helping to tackle mental health in Doncaster

Football aimed to tackle mental health when Doncaster Council’s Public Health team organised a soccer tournament to raise awareness of the issue.

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Blades and Owls go head to head

A Sheffield woman is raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Research, having spent seven years raising money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), in memory of her best friend who died in 2011.

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Jarvis Parkinson

Commonwealth medallist swimmer returns to Doncaster school to show off his silverware

Commonwealth medallist Jarvis Parkinson has returned to his old school to show off his silverware.

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Lead coaches Ryan Bagshaw and Luis Sylvester, pictured with children who took part in the mini tennis red sessions at Bingham Park. Picture: Marie Caley NSST Tennis MC 1

Tennis takes big step forward with refurbished courts in Sheffield

The resurgence in parks tennis in Sheffield has taken another big step forward with the refurbishment of the tennis courts at Bingham Park in south-west Sheffield.

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Thornensians win Yorkshire Silver Trophy

Thornensians win Yorkshire Silver Trophy

Thornensians upset the odds to lift the Yorkshire Silver Trophy when beating Pontefract 21-17 in a pulsating final at Hull Ionians.

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John Marquis

Doncaster Rovers: Why John Marquis is ready to put his feet up for a while

“I’ll be trying to get some rest but that’ll only last until my little girl is getting me up at six o’clock.”

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Connor Swift (22), of Moorends, poised to comete in the Tour De Yorkshire

Cyclist from Doncaster Swift by name and by nature

A former Thorne school student and triathlete who bounced back from an horrific crash to become a top cyclist is geared up to compete in the men’s race when the Tour de Yorkshire cruises into Doncaster on May 3.

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Alfie Beestin

Doncaster Rovers: Why Ferguson is such a fan of Beestin

Try as he might to avoid talking up the qualities of Alfie Beestin, Darren Ferguson cannot help but wax lyrical about the Doncaster Rovers starlet.

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PICTURES: Celebration night for Doncaster athletes was a runaway success

Doncaster running club Danum Harriers held their annual general meeting recently in the Arms Park Suite at Doncaster Knights Rugby Club.

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Rugby union: Thornensians reach Yorkshire Silver Trophy final

Rugby union: Thornensians reach Yorkshire Silver Trophy final

Thornensians booked their place in the Yorkshire Silver Trophy final with a thrilling 22-21 win over derby rivals Goole at Coulman Road.

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Joe Newell scores in the 103rd minute. Pictures: Dean Atkins

How a derby turned in 13 minutes of mayhem: Rotherham United 2 Doncaster Rovers 1

The talk beforehand had been of tin hats. The derby was won by men of steel.

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Gavin Walker

South Yorkshire paralympic athlete selected as Team GB vice captain

Rotherham Paralympic athlete Gavin Walker has been selected as Team GB Vice Captain in the inaugural King Power Quad Nations Tournament.

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Doncaster schoolboy becomes golf champion

A Doncaster schoolboy has gone a ‘fair way’ in the world of golf.

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Rugby union: Thornensians show spirit in defeat | Doncaster Phoenix want to track down players from 1970

Rugby union: Thornensians show spirit in defeat | Doncaster Phoenix want to track down players from 1970

Thornensians produced a spirited showing in a 17-0 defeat against Yorkshire Two leaders Pontefract at Moor Lane.

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Morgan Eames  of Doncaster Knights charges towards the  Bristol line in the B & I Cup.

Doncaster Knights 32 Bristol 37: Knights slip up to Bristol for second time this season

Doncaster Knights tasted defeat for the second time this season against Bristol at Castle Park as the visitors hung on for 37-32 B&I Cup Pool 2 win.

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