News archive from 24 September 2016, page 18

Captain Andrew Gale puts blame on batting problems as champions dethroned

0 Have your say AN emotional Andrew Gale criticised Yorkshire’s batting and the ECB’s decision to block Jonny Bairstow representing the county following yesterday’s dramatic final day at Lord’s. Gale watched his side lose its two-year-long grip on the...

 
Perth and Kinross continues to produce talented young golfers

Perth and Kinross continues to produce talented young golfers

Perth and Kinross has always tended to punch above its weight when it comes to producing talented golfers. And that trend looks set to continue with a number of low-handicap youngsters bubbling under the surface ready to make their mark. Through the...

 
Share your views on how to improve safety and tackle crime in Lincolnshire

Share your views on how to improve safety and tackle crime in Lincolnshire

0 Have your say The Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (LCSP) want to know what you think the priorities should be to improve community safety and tackle crime in your area. The partnership will use the results of this year’s survey to help...

 

He did it! Victim of horror bar attack arrives in Paris

A SCUNTHORPE man is on course to raise £3,000 for a brain injury charity after completing a London to Paris cycling challenge. Daniel Brown, 22, was left with life-threatening brain injuries after an attack in a Scunthorpe town centre bar in September...

 

Drink-driver banned for 14 months

THE following cases were dealt with at North Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court: CALLUM O'KEEFE , 26, of Davy Crescent, Brigg, pleaded guilty to drink-driving. He was disqualified from driving for 14 months, fined £265, ordered to pay a victim surcharge...

 

Free workshops to help jobseekers

THE ACTION Station is continuing to provide free job application workshops that focus on applying for North Lincolnshire Council jobs. The Action Station team will work with people aged 16 and above, whether unemployed or looking to move on in their...

 

Are these Scunthorpe's most beautiful buildings?

A few weeks ago, as a then newcomer to the town, I took a tour on foot of the town centre area and came up with six buildings that I thought would be perfect projects for regeneration. On the flip side, I'm putting forward the buildings that I think...

 

Raise your glass to first Battle of the Beers

LET the Battle of the Beers commence! Sunday (September 25) sees the ever-popular Pink Pig Farm holding its first such event – with local breweries and micro breweries exhibiting their beers and ales to compete for the title of Beer of The Year, which...

 

7 farms and animal centres to take the children this autumn

IT'S OFFICIALLY autumn and although the weather is turning colder, that's no excuse not to get out and about enjoying the great outdoors. Sometimes, it can be difficult to think where you would like to go. We've compiled a handy list of places you...

 

The best places to go conkering in Scunthorpe & North Lincolnshire

WHERE are the best places to find conkers in Scunthorpe and North Lincolnshire - and what should you do when you get them? Some try to cheat – baking them, boiling them in vinegar or painting them with nail varnish. When it comes to conkers, a popular...

 

Triathletes to race in Brigg this weekend

THE annual Keyo Brigg Sprint Triathlon is set to be held in and around the town on Sunday (September 25). The event is organised by the Lincsquad club and attracts athletes from across the region and beyond. It starts with a 400m swim, with...

 

Toby Roland-Jones admits moment his hat-trick won County Championship for Middlesex was 'all a bit of a blur'

Toby Roland-Jones had to extricate himself from a champagne-drenched melee after his hat-trick helped to deliver Middlesex's first County Championship title in 23 years. The Londoners had not won the most coveted prize in English cricket, Specsavers...

Daily Mail, 08:09 in Sport
 

Arsene Wenger will use Chelsea clash as yardstick of his Arsenal team's progress since summer splurge

Arsene Wenger is keen to track the progress of his Arsenal side in Saturday's Premier League meeting with London rivals Chelsea. The Gunners, without a championship title since 2004, finished a distant second last season but have won their last three...

Daily Mail, 08:09 in Sport
 
Sex addiction course to be held in Doncaster

Sex addiction course to be held in Doncaster

2 Have your say A course focusing on sex addiction is to be held in Doncaster next month. The one-day workshop is aimed at people living with someone with addiction to sex and will be held at the University Centre at High Melton on October 21....

 

Neal Bishop chalks up a century for Scunthorpe United with plenty more left

TO GAIN a century of appearances at any club is an achievement in itself. But it is the speed at which Neal Bishop has reached that milestone that is more staggering. It was just over two seasons ago that Bishop left Blackpool to join the ranks at...

 


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