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Aston Villa set to miss out on swoop for West Brom man as Premier League outfit lead transfer race

Burnley are expected to complete the signing of Harry Williams as the defender prepares to leave West Brom. The 18-year-old has been highly-rated at The Hawthorns over the years but he was informed earlier this year that he was going to leave when his deal expires in the summer.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  2d 7
Aston Villa set to miss out on swoop for West Brom man as Premier League outfit lead transfer race

Bradford boxer beaten on Saturday night TV showdown

By Harry Williams Sports Reporter JERMAINE Springer suffered his third career defeat on Saturday night, after the fight was stopped in round five against Shakan Pitters. The Bradford boxer went into the fight as the underdog, and Pitters prevailed, although Springer gave a good account of himself.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  21d 3
Bradford boxer beaten on Saturday night TV showdown

Bradford sides prevail in the District Golf Association Rabbits Division A

By Harry Williams Sports Reporter IT was a positive night for clubs in the Bradford District as the Bradford & District Golf Association Rabbits season resumed on Thursday evening.West Bradford beat Skipton 2-1 with Peter Jackson's 3&2 victory over Graham Jolly was enough to earn the Bradford side victory.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  29d 0
Bradford sides prevail in the District Golf Association Rabbits Division A

Keighley star suffers major injury setback in Rugby-League clash

By Harry Williams Sport reporter KEIGHLEY'S rugby star Jack Croft has suffered a major injury setback, after rupturing his Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in a Betfred Championship Rugby-League fixture.Croft, who currently plays his rugby at Oldham RLFC, on-loan from Super-League side Wakefield Trinity, was injured late on in the fixture with Whitehaven, after scoring the winning try in the previous week against Halifax.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  1m 0
Keighley star suffers major injury setback in Rugby-League clash

Bradford City to hold open trial for youngsters

By Harry Williams Sport reporter BRADFORD City will host open trials for their academy set-up next month.City are on the lookout for talented individuals, aged 7-14.They said: "Could you be the latest of a long line of BCAFC academy graduates?"For more details, and to book your place, go to https://t.co/oVUI4MkVtQ?amp=1

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  1m 0
Bradford City to hold open trial for youngsters

Bradford & District Golf Association Rabbits weekend round-up

By Harry Williams Sports Reporter IT was a mixed weekend for the clubs in the Bradford District as the Bradford & District Golf Association Rabbits season continued.Division A resumed at the weekend after the opening round of fixtures in the previous.The first match saw West Bradford beat Hollins Hall 2-1, with Peter Jackson earning a 3&2 victory over Jerry Sutton.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  1m 0
Bradford & District Golf Association Rabbits weekend round-up

Bradford City Women look to recruit for their development side

By Harry Williams Sports Reporter BRADFORD City women are on the look out for new team members to join their development squad.Those interested , may have the chance to join City's Under-23 development team, competing in the FAWNL Reserve Division, or their Under-18 side for the 2021/22 campaign.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  1m 0
Bradford City Women look to recruit for their development side

Burnley & Blues interested in departing Albion defender Williams

West Brom transfer news - Williams' future now comes under the spotlight, with his current Albion deal due to expire in the summer and having been informed that he will move on West Brom youngster Harry Williams has had a trial at Burnley as he plans the next stage of his career.

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Burnley & Blues interested in departing Albion defender Williams

Represent your country at Ilkley Town's 6 a-side league

By Harry Williams Sport reporter ILKLEY Town will be hosting a six a-side league which is being described as a "Once in a lifetime chance."

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  2m 0
Represent your country at Ilkley Town's 6 a-side league

Avenue recruiting academy stars

By Harry Williams Sports Reporter BRADFORD Park Avenue are looking for talented and enthusiastic players to join their exciting five star academy programme.The Bradford based side are searching for youngsters, who fall under the u12, u15 and u16 categories.

thetelegraphandargus.co.uk ,  2m 0
Avenue recruiting academy stars

European Champions Cup - News, views, gossip, pictures, video

Stuart Hogg ready for next French test after historic Six Nations win in Paris European Champions Cup: Holders Exeter take on Lyon for a home quarter-final tie against Leinster Chris Boyd blasts sinning Saints despite five-point win keeping Euro dream alive Northampton 33-20 Treviso: "It was

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European Champions Cup - News, views, gossip, pictures, video

Grace, ITV review - sun, sea and skulduggery in sunny Brighton

John Simm shines in patchy adaptation We last saw John Simm on ITV in 2018’s Hong Kong-based murder mystery Strangers, a product from the Jack and Harry Williams script factory which wasted its exotic backdrops with a plot which mooched about in a dispirited fashion before dozing off entirely. We last

theartsdesk.com ,  3m 1
Grace, ITV review - sun, sea and skulduggery in sunny Brighton

Bomb squad called after landmine found by metal detectorist, 17, close to IWM Duxford

When Harry Williams went down to the woods on Friday, he was in for a big surprise.For the 17-year-old, who was taking his metal detector out for only the second time, uncovered a Second World War landmine in his home village of Duxford.

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Bomb squad called after landmine found by metal detectorist, 17, close to IWM Duxford

Mike Tindall picks Dombrandt and Simmonds in his current England squad

Former England international and host of The Good, The Bad & The Rugby Mike TIndall has selected his current 23-man squad with Ben Youngs and Billy Vunipola missing out.

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Mike Tindall picks Dombrandt and Simmonds in his current England squad

Mako Vunipola, Kyle Sinckler called up to England Six Nations squad

Saracens loosehead Vunipola had been absent due to an Achilles injury; Sinckler available after suspension; Exeter Chiefs tighthead Harry Williams and Wasps loosehead Tom West return to their clubs Tighthead prop Kyle Sinckler is back in the England squad ahead of the weekend's Test vs Italy Eddie Jones has made two changes to his England squad for the 2021 Six Nations, with prop dup Mako Vunipola and Kyle Sinckler added to a 28-man squad ahead of their match against Italy. Saracens loosehead Vunipola had been

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Mako Vunipola, Kyle Sinckler called up to England Six Nations squad

England squad update: Eddie Jones calls in reinforcements

Kyle Sinckler and Mako Vunipola have joined the 28-player tournament squad as England prepare for Saturday’s game against Italy at Twickenham Stadium (2.15pm KO). Sinckler, 27, has 40 caps so far for England and is available after suspension while Vunipola, 30, has won 63 caps for his country and returns to the squad following an injury. Harry Williams and Tom West have returned to their clubs. Squad update | Kyle Sinckler and Mako Vunipola have joined the 28-player squad with Harry Williams and Tom West

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England squad update: Eddie Jones calls in reinforcements

England hungry to put right Scotland defeat, vows Jamie George

J amie George says reigning Six Nations champions England will draw on the experience of losing the opening game of last year’s tournament as they seek to bounce back from Saturday’s 11-6 humbling at the hands of Scotland. Scotland won the Calcutta Cup at Twickenham for the first time since 1983, with England following up last year’s loss in Paris with another opening-round defeat. As against France, England did at least take a losing bonus point from the game. England face Italy at Twickenham on Saturday

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England hungry to put right Scotland defeat, vows Jamie George

Six Nations ball in England's court but France carry huge potential threat

Jack Willis of breaks past Harry Williams during an England training session. Photograph: Dan Mullan - RFU/The RFU Collection/Getty Images Gone are the days when the Six Nations was purely an annual treat. It is eight weeks since the leading European sides were last at each other’s throats and England’s two autumnal trophies are still warm in the cabinet as the players prepare to renew acquaintances this weekend. The tournament’s familiar old rhythms have morphed into an increasingly frenzied DJ set. In

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Six Nations ball in England's court but France carry huge potential threat