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Victory was earned by Desborough A against Didcot A in the KLX semi-final at Maidenhead Thicket after an enthralling afternoon of bowls. They came through 50-45.

At halfway, Desborough were two points in front and they always kept that advantage right up to the winning line.

The rinks skipped by Terry Davies and Brian Jones showed the importance of an acceptable


13:00 Thu 21 Aug 2014
Sue Allaway Maidenhead Town played Suttons in a rain-interrupted game in the opening round of this year's floodlit league. The format is that of a singles game, a doubles, a triples and a fours - played by
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11:00 Thu 07 Aug 2014
Maidenhead Town A It was defeat by just four shots for Maidenhead Town A in the penultimate game of their Kennet League season. They were beaten 77-73 away at Royal Household. With the last game coming up, a
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18:00 Thu 24 Jul 2014
f Big Success by 64 shots came when Thicket hosted Reading B in a Kennet League Division 2 match. They took it 118-54 after winning on two rinks. Thicket's highest-scoring rink was skipped by Rodney Richardson
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06:00 Thu 14 Aug 2014
John Clearly It was a nail-biting finish in the President's Cup match between sides led by Eileen Devonald-Batt and deputy John Bucknell. The latter's team prevailed by just one shot to pip the opposition by 91-90. Three
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18:00 Thu 24 Jul 2014
f Big Success by 64 shots came when Thicket hosted Reading B in a Kennet League Division 2 match. They took it 118-54 after winning on two rinks. Thicket's highest-scoring rink was skipped by Rodney Richardson
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20:00 Thu 26 Jun 2014
Mick Oliver Maidenhead Town's A team retain top spot at the halfway stage of the Kennet League Division 1 campaign after a confident victory over adversaries Desborough B. Town earned the maximum 14 points available after triumphing
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11:45 Mon 01 Sep 2014
d Frosts rarely bode well for angling prospects and as for frosts in August and, well, OK we didn't quite hit zero degrees last weekend but we came very close indeed in some of the more
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15:17 Mon 25 Aug 2014
Angling [Printed in Maidenhead Advertiser on August 21, 2014] Unseasonably cooler and fresher weather did much to perk up local angling last week with both the stillwaters and the rivers improving on the back of the
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14:46 Sat 10 May 2014
Carp Warm sunshine over an early spring bank holiday weekend conjures up many images to the average Brit from lawn mowing to a cold pint in the pub garden, from picnics to BBQs and from a
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13:00 Sun 31 Aug 2014
John Gough Stoke Park player John Gough ensured his was the first name carved on the inaugural Harleyford Golf Club Junior Open trophy. Gough carded a magnificent five-under par back nine, which included a hole in one
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18:00 Wed 27 Aug 2014
Hunter Abbott Maidenhead racing driver Hunter Abbott endured another weekend of frustration in the British Touring Cars Championship at Knockhill. Abbott qualified for the weekend's races in a season's best 11th place, but suffered extensive damage to
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11:00 Sun 24 Aug 2014
Lucie Bouron Promising young table tennis players from SportsAble in Maiden-head have helped Great Britain collect multiple medals at this month's IWAS (International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports) World Junior Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. Lucie Bouron, Dan
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