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FOOTBALL: County association to bring independents onto discipline panel

Lincolnshire Football Association (LFA) is to appoint an independent member to each of their personal disciplinary hearings with effect from January.


FOOTBALL: Steel needed by the Tulips

Spalding United go into Saturday’s game against Stocksbridge Park Steels knowing their luck has to change sometime soon.

Charlotte Taylor

CROSS-COUNTRY: Taylor leads GB to Euro gold

Spalding’s Charlotte Taylor led Great Britain to team gold in the European Cross Country Championship held in Slovakia on Sunday.

FOOTBALL: Early inspection for Bugbrooke pitch

FOOTBALL: Early inspection for Bugbrooke pitch

A pitch inspection on Friday evening will determine how Pinchbeck United spend their Saturday.

Holbeach United v Rothwell Corinthians. Game over at Carter's Park.

FOOTBALL: Tigers looking to bounce straight back

Holbeach United will be hoping to re-start their recent goal fest after Saturday’s home draw against Rothwell Corinthians.

Tydd St Giles golf day with Brian Chadfield-Mohr

GOLF: Club lends Brian a helping hand

Tydd St Giles Golf Club made a super total of £2,500 at its charity golf day held to help member Brian Chadfield-Mohr.

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FORWARD DASH: Richard Cooke attacks for Spalding against Ashby.  Photos (TIM WILSON):  SG091217-107TW.

RUGBY PREVIEW: Town aim to take good form away with them

Spalding hit the road with a new sense of confidence ahead of their trip to Birstall on Saturday (kick 2.15pm).

Table tennis

TABLE TENNIS: Outsiders back from the brink

It was a quiet week in the Spalding and District League with two matches previously played and one postponed.

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Charley Sanders

Sanders is sent off again as Tigers drop points at home

Holbeach Utd 1 Rothwell Corinthians 1

Pinchbeck celebrate

Knights’ winning run at an end

Pinchbeck Utd 1 Huntingdon Town 1

Celebrations for Deeping Rangers.

Clarets have best chances against top team Pagnell

Newport Pagnell Town 2 Deeping Rangers 2

Michael Duggan

Seventh hell as spot kick missed

Loughborough Dynamo 2 Spalding United 0

Henry Dunn scored Deeping's second goal on Saturday.

Rangers share the spoils as leaders maintain advantage

Deeping Rangers were unable to close the gap on table-topping Newport Pagnell after the sides shared the spoils in Saturday’s United Counties League Premier Division clash.

Non League
TRY SCORERS: Phil Trotman and Dom Peacock for Deepings, Dave Maudsley for Bourne.  Photo by Alan Hancock.

RUGBY ACTION: Derby day blues for Bourne once again as Hiscocks sees red

Deepings still hold the A15 bragging rights after a cup tie win over rivals Bourne at Milking Nook Drove.

MIXED FORTUNES: Will Bird (left) gave Holbeach United the lead against Rothwell Corinthians before the Tigers had striker Charley Sanders (right) sent off before conceding a late penalty at Carter's Park.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG071217-251TW.

SATURDAY ROUND-UP: Spalding lose again, but draws for Holbeach, Deeping and Pinchbeck

Spalding United’s losing streak in Evo-Stik Division One South is now up to seven games after a 2-0 defeat at Loughborough Dynamo.

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PRESSURE KICK: Willis Ingleby's second half penalty was the difference as Spalding beat Ashby 20-17 at Memorial Field.
Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230917-180TW.

RUGBY ACTION: Spalding banish winter blues to upset Ashby

MIDLANDS THREE EAST (NORTH): Spalding 20 Ashby 17

On top of the podium

ARCHERY: Hat-trick of national titles

Donington’s Tillie Craven has completed a hat-trick of junior national under-12 titles.

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Andy Molsom in his new Sigmax. Photo: Chris Dicken

MOTORSPORT: New challenge for Molsom

Spalding businessman Andy Molsom collected his runner-up trophy in the Caterham Super-Graduates Championship.

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WELL MEET AGAIN: Deeping Rangers captain David Burton-Jones scored the late winner which ended Newport Pagnell Towns unbeaten league record.

FOOTBALL: Your guide to all the games

This week’s fixture list - support your local team!

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Seb Hayes (right) and assistant Darren Edey

FOOTBALL: Seb celebrates first anniversary as boss

“The first five months were awful – the last seven months have been quality.”

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