Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Sporting Clays

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Sporting Clays

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Urlay Nook continued their championship form in the Cleveland and North Yorkshire Sporting Clays League with an impressive away win at Spennymoor by 169-165.

Paul Dowson continued his near perfect form with his fourth 24 of the season, J Neave scored a 22 for Spennymoor.

Stokesley moved up to second place with an 11 points home win over Fox Hall. Adam Wallace scored a 24 for Stokesley, while D Caygill scored a 23 for Fox Hall.

Great Smeaton are now in third place with an away win at Hardwick Hall by 165-152. Great Smeaton's John Smith was top shot with a 24. Phil Humphries and M Brown scored 20s for Hardwick Hall.

Marne kept up their 100pc home form, with a 173-154 victory over Thimbleby.

Tony Masters was high gun with a 24 for Marne, while Derek Brown, Steve Boal and D Barratt all scored 20s for Thimbleby.

On Sunday, the Derwent and District League host the first leg of the Inter League shoot at North Wolds GC. Entries are from 11am to 2pm.

Prices are pounds 11 competition, pounds 9 birds only, with juniors receiving a free birds only entry.

Tonight's fixtures: Urlay Nook v Oak Lodge, Great Smeaton v Fox Hall, Thimbleby v Spennymoor, Hardwick Hall v Marne.

Karate

THE Middlesbrough Karate Academy made a major medal winning impact in the AMA British Championships.

The under-15 boys and girls over-50k trio of Ryan Cooper, Lameef Qasam and Athif Muzammil won silver, and the under-50k trio of Shan Bhaker Singh, Chloe Snell and Mustafa Hanif did likewise.

In the 12-13 age group, Lameef Qasam and Athif Muzammil won bronze medals.

At 10-11 years, Haroon Mohammed won silver and Mustafa Hanif, Shan Bhaker Singh, Umer Khan and Hamza Malik all won bronzes. In the senior men's middleweight event, the club's chief instructor Jaga Singh took the bronze.

Football

NEWTON Aycliffe have won the Darlington Charity Cup sponsored by Darlington Building Society by beating Darlington Grey Horse in the final at Darlington RA.

In a one-sided game Newton Aycliffe ran out easy winners by 8-0. …

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