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Woman injured in Chesterton car crash

Woman injured in Chesterton car crash

A WOMAN suffered a suspected fractured sternum in a collision that led to the car she was driving ending up on its side.

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Moran reckons new signing will be a match-winner

GARY Moran reckons new signing Robert Thompson-Brown has got the potential to be a match-winner for Stratford Town. Town’s captain says he saw glimpses of Thompson-Brown’s ability during his debut against Larkhall Athletic, even if the goalless draw  was a game that didn’t suit the pacy winger.


Hat-trick proves Hurley has the pedigree to go far

Meet Laura Hurley, the latest south Warwickshire trainer making a noise in the racing world. THE DISTRICT of Stratford is gradually becoming known for its increasing amount of successful horse trainers. Established trainer Robin Dickin has been joined recently by one of the rising stars of the racing world, Dan Skelton, who is looking forward to sending out his first runners at the Cheltenham Festival next month. Take the Gaydon road out of the village of Kineton and the row of schooling fences that appear on the left-hand side signal the approach to the stables of another of the county’s trainers, Laura Hurley, whose horse, Catchin Time, has picked up a recent hat-trick of victories.


Imogen back in training and with Tokyo in mind

AN HEPTATHLETE from Stratford-upon-Avon who suffered a serious back injury last April is back in training, striving for her ultimate dream of representing Team GB at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Imogen Green, an apprentice sports teacher at Thomas Jolyffe Primary School, was among the top 15 British heptathletes before her injury, when she was just 19, and in the top six in the U23 age group.


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