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Trials chance for area’s talented youngsters to shine on Gloucestershire County stage

Stroud News and Journal:

3:00pm Friday 18th July 2014

TEENAGE soccer starlets in Gloucestershire are being given golden opportunities to demonstrate they can cut the mustard on the county stage.

Nominations needed for bright young stars

Stroud News and Journal: Silver stars: Sutton's Kim Lim in the London Youth Games final of the badminton doubles competition

9:27am Friday 18th July 2014

NOMINATIONS are being invited for an award that recognises Gloucestershire’s brightest young sporting stars.

Forest Green bag four against plucky Bishop's Cleeve

Stroud News and Journal:

3:14pm Thursday 17th July 2014

A LATE flurry of second half goals handed Forest Green a first pre-season success against Southern League side Bishop’s Cleeve at Kayte Lane.

GOLF: Michael Watson beats Stuart Little to win at Lilley Brook for the second time in four years

Stroud News and Journal: Minchinhampton golf pro Stuart Little

11:21pm Sunday 13th July 2014

After claiming the Dudsbury Masters order of merit title two days earlier Wessex Golf Centre professional Michael Watson shot three-under-par 66 to win at Lilley Brook for the second time in four years.

The Will Gidman column

Stroud News and Journal: Gloucestershire CCC all-rounder Will Gidman will undergo surgery on his ankle

11:08am Saturday 12th July 2014

I HAVE really enjoyed being back playing T20 over the last few weeks – I didn’t realise how much I'd missed it, writes Will Gidman.

CRICKET REVIEW: Trainor ton helps beach Weston

Stroud News and Journal: Frocester captain Nick Trainor

11:00am Thursday 10th July 2014

FROCESTER completed the double over Weston with a 41 run victory on Saturday, maintaining their top of the table position.

ROWING: Oar-some Steve provides a stroke of genius at Henley

Stroud News and Journal:

10:19am Thursday 10th July 2014

STROUD oarsman Steve Tuck provided a stroke of genius as he drove his US college rowing eight to victory in an epic Henley final by just three feet,writes Nick Hartland.

From Bussage to Brazil: Former SNJ reporter and ex-Shortwood United footballer James Davis reports from the 2014 World Cup

Stroud News and Journal:

7:49pm Sunday 6th July 2014

England's all too brief World Cup endeavors might not live long in the memory but for me the experience of living and breathing football for a few weeks in Brazil certainly will.

CRICKET: Star Kirby helps out Frocester

Stroud News and Journal: Steve Kirby claimed the vital wicket of Joe Denly before bad light stopped play. Photo: Harry Trump

9:35am Friday 4th July 2014

FORMER Gloucestershire paceman Steve Kirby made a shock debut for Frocester and helped Nick Trainor’s side back to the top of Premier One.

CYCLING: Lowsley-Williams launches Chavenage Challenge

Stroud News and Journal: Savills to sponsor Olympic hopeful

9:57am Thursday 3rd July 2014

JAMES LOWSLEY-WILLIAMS, a professional racing cyclist who expects to be taking part in the forthcoming Tour of Britain, is putting something back into the sport by organising his own 'sportive'.

MOTOR RACING: Vettel test drives historic F1 car rebuilt in Tetbury

Stroud News and Journal:

9:46am Thursday 3rd July 2014

NEMESIS RACING from Tetbury have breathed new life into a 1972 BRM P180 after a crash at the Historic Monaco Grand Prix in May.

ROWING: Pete Reed bags silver medal in France as Gloucestershire trio shine

Stroud News and Journal: Olympic rowing champion Pete Reed

5:09pm Sunday 29th June 2014

DUAL Olympic champion Pete Reed had to settle for a silver medal in the new-look Men's Eight at the World Cup II in Aiguebelette, France.

From Hartpury to Brazil: Waris’ extraordinary journey

Stroud News and Journal: L-R Tom Radcliffe (Director of Football), Waris, Paul Tassell (junior football manager), Marc Richards (senior football manager).

3:21pm Friday 27th June 2014

Hartpury College made its debut at the 2014 FIFA World Cup yesterday, with former student Abdul Majeed Waris starting for Ghana in their Group G clash against Portugal.

Battered Warriors face Vikings raid

Stroud News and Journal: The Warriors’ second row Richard James looks to make progress against Old Pats last week (pic courtesy Glenn Watts/gwpix)

11:13am Friday 27th June 2014

BATTERED Warriors face Vikings raid Battered and bruised, the Warriors return to their Saintbridge home looking to pick up their season against the Somerset Vikings this Saturday (2.30pm).

Scott Redding ready to tackle the Dutch TT

Stroud News and Journal: HAPPY: Scott Redding                                                   Pic:Bonnie Lane

9:33am Friday 27th June 2014

SCOTT Redding heads to Assen for the Dutch TT, traditionally held on the last Saturday in June on the only track to have featured on the Grand Prix calendar every year since the motorcycle World Championship started back in 1949.

Former Shortwood midfielder Matt Williford is the new manager of Taverners Reserves

Stroud News and Journal: New Taverners Reserves' boss Matt Williford (left)

5:09pm Wednesday 25th June 2014

FORMER Shortwood midfielder Matt Williford is the new man at the helm of Taverners Reserves.

Gloucester have signed hooker Aleki Lutui from Edinburgh

Stroud News and Journal: Aleki Lutui

9:50am Friday 20th June 2014

GLOUCESTER have signed hooker Aleki Lutui from Edinburgh.

RUGBY: Trinder's solid on England debut as second string try to catch Lancaster's eye

Stroud News and Journal: Henry Trinder

10:19am Wednesday 18th June 2014

GLOUCESTER star Henry Trinder made his senior debut for England in the crushing 38-7 win for the national side over Super 15 side Crusaders in Christchurch, New Zealand on Tuesday.

TENNIS: Oliver Smalley wins place at Road To Wimbledon finals

Stroud News and Journal: A tennis club is holding a tea party

9:11am Wednesday 18th June 2014

OLIVER SMALLEY, 13, from Cirencester has beaten some much higher ranked players to qualify for the national finals of the HSBC Road To Wimbledon U14 championships to be played at the home of tennis itself in August, writes Danny Hall.

MOTORSPORT: Jordan Weaving stays top in Motostar Championship after podium finish at Snetterton

Stroud News and Journal: Jordan Weaving on the way to victory at Oulton Park. Picture: Bonnie Lane

9:00am Wednesday 18th June 2014

WOODCHESTER-BASED Jordan Weaving enjoyed a sparkling weekend at Snetterton, securing a podium place in the British Motostar Championship to retain his position at the top of the standings, writes Alannah Fellows.

Benny Howell's T20 Blast diary

Stroud News and Journal: Benny Howell took three wickets for Gloucestershire against Kent (5344853)

10:15pm Tuesday 17th June 2014

IT WAS disappointing to lose the game against Essex last week but the mood in the squad is still upbeat, writes Benny Howell.

From Bussage to Brazil: Former SNJ reporter and ex-Shortwood United footballer James Davis reports from the 2014 World Cup

Stroud News and Journal: Former SNJ reporter and ex-Shortwood United footballer James Davis reports from the 2014 World Cup

5:30pm Tuesday 17th June 2014

It's the land of football but also home to samba, sea and sun - my trip to Brazil came with certain expectations.

BIATHLE:Stonehouse students win silver at Italian Biathle

Stroud News and Journal: Medal winners (from left) Isla Green 13, Evie Green 11, Emma Livingstone 13, from Wycliffe Preparatory School

1:05pm Sunday 15th June 2014

WYCLIFFE Preparatory School athletes brought home the silver for Great Britain in a prestigious competition.

DUATHLON: Kinetic-One’s Ben Price impresses at World Duathlon Champs

Stroud News and Journal: Ben Price

12:52pm Sunday 15th June 2014

STROUD'S Kinetic One Cycling Dynamics Race Team achieved its proudest moment, when team member Ben Price took sixth place in his age group at the World Duathlon Championships in Pontevedra, Spain.

CRICKET: Hamish shines but Essex win at Chelmsford

Stroud News and Journal: Hamish Marshall

12:32pm Saturday 14th June 2014

A rapid 74 from Hamish Marshall was not enough to save Gloucestershire from an eight-wicket defeat by Essex in the NatWest T20 Blast group match at Chelmsford.

MOTORSPORT: Scott Redding: We need to stay strong

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding   Pic: Bonnie Lane

9:55am Friday 13th June 2014

QUEDGELEY'S Scott Redding heads into round seven of the MotoGP World Championship in Barcelona this weekend with his sights set firmly on fellow Honda production racers, Nicky Hayden and Hiroshi Aoyama.

From Bussage to Brazil: Former SNJ reporter and ex-Shortwood United footballer James Davis reports from the 2014 World Cup

Stroud News and Journal: From Bussage to Brazil: Former SNJ reporter James Davis reports from the 2014 World Cup

9:24am Thursday 12th June 2014

From Bussage to Brazil: Former SNJ reporter and ex-Shortwood United footballer James Davis is travelling around-the-world and is sending his thoughts on the World Cup.

Yan Klukowski aims to take the Football League by storm

Stroud News and Journal: Newport County signing Yan Klukowski (6397112)

10:22pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

MIDFIELDER Yan Klukowski is backing himself to replicate his non-league goalscoring form in the Football League with Newport County AFC, writes Andrew Penman.

CRICKET: Captain Nick Trainor hits 89 to keep Frocester in touch with leaders Bath

Stroud News and Journal: Frocester captain Nick Trainor

3:38pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

FROCESTER kept the pressure on Premier One leaders Bath with a hard-fought 35 run win at Downend on Saturday, writes Eric Woodmason.

MOTORSPORT: Dan Cooper ends Isle of Man TT in fine style

Stroud News and Journal: Dan Cooper in action, today                                Pic: Mark 'Wally' Walters

5:22pm Friday 6th June 2014

STROUD'S Dan Cooper ended his 2014 Isle of Man TT campaign on a high note by taking his best ever finish with eighth in the Bikenation Lightweight race and then posting his personal best lap of the Mountain Course on his way to 14th in the PokerStars Senior TT.

TENNIS: The perfect time to pick up a racket

Stroud News and Journal: Cheap Tennis Court Hire

3:43pm Thursday 5th June 2014

FAMILIES can take part in a variety of free activities at the next Great British Tennis Weekend on June 21-22.

Quedgeley MotoGP star Scott Redding pays respects to family friend Bob Price after Isle of Man TT tragedy

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding    Pic:Bonnie Lane

3:15pm Thursday 5th June 2014

QUEDGELEY'S Scott Redding will not be making an appearance in the parade lap at this year’s Isle of Man TT, following the tragic deaths of Bob Price and Karl Harris this week.

Left-back James Jennings signs two-year deal at Forest Green

Stroud News and Journal: Left-back James Jennings signs two-year deal at Forest Green

1:16pm Tuesday 3rd June 2014

FOREST Green Rovers have signed former Mansfield Town left-back James Jennings on a two-year contract.

BOWLS: Gloucestershire rout Worcestershire in county clash

Stroud News and Journal: Open day: Morden Bowls Club

10:57pm Sunday 25th May 2014

GLOUCESTERSHIRE put in a powerhouse display as they won on all six rinks for a stunning 61-shot success over Worcestershire (149-88) at Chester Road BC.

RUGBY: Jacob Rowan has joined Gloucester Rugby from Leeds Carnegie

Stroud News and Journal: Jacob Rowan is following in some big footsteps as Leeds Carnegie skipper

8:50pm Saturday 24th May 2014

JACOB ROWAN has joined Gloucester Rugby from Leeds Carnegie.

MOTORSPORT: Dan Cooper pleased with solid showing

Stroud News and Journal: Dan Cooper                                                                Pic:Leah Cooke

9:50pm Tuesday 20th May 2014

Stroud's Dan Cooper competed in the infamous North West 200 road race this weekend, where he secured some solid top ten finishes.

GOLF: Top 10 finish in Sweden boosts Charlotte Ellis ahead of full European Tour return

Stroud News and Journal: Ladies European Tour golfer Charlotte Ellis

9:33pm Tuesday 20th May 2014

CHARLOTTE ELLIS posted her best finish of the season when claiming eighth spot in the Kristianstad Ahus Ladies PGA Open on the LET Access Tour last week.

Women's network call for independent enquiry over Cirencester-based Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore

Stroud News and Journal: Richard Scudamore

10:22am Tuesday 20th May 2014

A network of professional women working in football has called for an independent enquiry after Premier League chief executive and Cirencester-based Richard Scudamore escaped punishment for sending sexist emails.

MOTORSPORT: Scott Redding adds to his points tally at Le Mans

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding    Pic:Bonnie Lane

4:42pm Sunday 18th May 2014

QUEDGELEY'S Scott Redding picked up more championship points in Le Mans today, after fighting his way through from 16th on the grid to finish the French Grand Prix in 12th place.

Confidence returns for Scott Redding at Le Mans

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding    Pic:Bonnie Lane

2:21pm Sunday 18th May 2014

Scott Redding starts today's French Grand Prix from 16th position on the sixth row of the grid, after set up changes renewed his confidence in his Honda RCV1000R.

RUGBY: Gloucester's Stooke loses out to Vunipola

Stroud News and Journal: Gloucester Rugby's Elliott Stooke (left) and Yann Thomas (right) stand dejected during the Heineken Cup, Pool Six match at Kingsholm, Gloucester. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday December 15, 2013. See PA story RUGBYU Gloucester. Photo cr

4:01pm Saturday 17th May 2014

ELLIOTT STOOKE, one of the success stories of the Gloucester rugby season, has just missed out on the Premiership Land Rover Discovery of the Season award.

MOTORSPORT: Scott Redding confident of improvement at Le Mans

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding    Pic:Bonnie Lane

8:34pm Friday 16th May 2014

Scott Redding ended the opening day at Le Mans 17th on the timesheet, despite a minor crash after losing the front in this afternoon’s second free practice session.

Captain Michael Klinger hoping for a NatWest T20 Blast against Somerset at Nevil Road

Stroud News and Journal: Gloucestershire captain MIchael Klinger

2:15pm Friday 16th May 2014

Michael Klinger is excited at the prospect of leading out Gloucestershire in front of a packed Bristol County Ground crowd for Friday evening’s opening NatWest T20 Blast game against Somerset at Nevil Road.

Olympian hockey players toast Wotton-under-Edge Hockey Club's 25th anniversary celebrations

Stroud News and Journal: Mark Pearn celebrates one of his two goals

9:36pm Thursday 15th May 2014

Olympic stars Mark Pearn and Simon Mason, two of Great Britain’s most successful hockey players, will be helping Wotton-under-Edge Hockey Club celebrate its 25th anniversary at the club's hockey festival on Saturday and Sunday, May 24 - 25.

Former Forest Green captain Darren Jones set for Newport County

Stroud News and Journal: Former Forest Green defender Darren Jones is being linked with a return to the New Lawn

4:48pm Thursday 15th May 2014

FORMER Forest Green captain Darren Jones will become Newport County’s first summer signing early next week, the SNJ understands.

Scott Redding ready to roll at Le Mans

Stroud News and Journal: Scott Redding    Pic:Bonnie Lane

4:21pm Wednesday 14th May 2014

SCOTT Redding returns to Le Mans, the track at which he took his maiden victory in the Moto2 class just 12 months ago.

Gloucester star Jonny May is no flash in the pan, says Mark Cueto

Stroud News and Journal: Former Wootton Bassett RFC player Jonny May makes his first senior start for England this weekend

9:48am Wednesday 14th May 2014

BLINK and you’ve missed Jonny May – but former England wing Mark Cueto believes the Gloucester speedster is no flash in the pan as far as his Red Rose future is concerned.

Gloucester director of rugby Nigel Davies has left the club with immediate effect

Stroud News and Journal: Gloucester director of rugby Nigel Davies

10:17am Monday 12th May 2014

GLOUCESTER director of rugby Nigel Davies has left the club with immediate effect.

PARA TABLE TENNIS: Billy Shilton wins first international team gold

Stroud News and Journal: Anyone for table tennis? The Hillingdon club is on the lookout for players

10:10pm Sunday 11th May 2014

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD schoolboy Billy Shilton has helped the Team GB Para Table Tennis team to a gold medal in the Men's Class 7 event at the Slovenia Open.

Sam Griffiths wins his first Badminton title

Stroud News and Journal: WINNER: Sam Griffiths

10:00pm Sunday 11th May 2014

Sam Griffiths climbed the leaderboard from 25th after the dressage to win the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.

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