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Desborough's grip on the Denny Cup almost loosened when they met Cotswold in the fourth round but they came good in the end to get through by 15 shots (78-63).

Desborough started slowly but from the 15th end onwards they gradually took control and ended up winning on all four rinks.

The team meet Exonia in the next round on Saturday,


16:04 Thu 11 Dec 2014
Pam Armstrong Desborough began their defence of the national Top Club title with an easier than expected 14-2 victory over Oxford & District. Although Helen Jones went down, Paul Maynard in the men's singles, Mary Price and
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16:55 Wed 19 Nov 2014
Jeff Simpson Desborough played West Berks at this stage in the Denny Cup last year and the result this time was just the same as they eased to a 36-shot victory (75-39). After a tight start, Desborough
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19:30 Wed 05 Nov 2014
Michael White Desborough began their defence of the Denny Cup with an easy 87-24 win against Oxford & District. Although the opposition was considered to be weak, Maidenhead triumphed with a fine team performance. This came especially
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07:00 Thu 04 Dec 2014
John Stannard Desborough played Foxhill in the third round of the Egham Trophy on Sunday and went through by 43 shots (90-47). In the early stages of the game it was nip and tuck but once the
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19:30 Wed 05 Nov 2014
Michael White Desborough began their defence of the Denny Cup with an easy 87-24 win against Oxford & District. Although the opposition was considered to be weak, Maidenhead triumphed with a fine team performance. This came especially
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07:00 Fri 19 Sep 2014
Brian Jones Desborough's outdoor season came to an end with finals day which culminated in Brian Jones and Jo Lawrie being crowned club champions. After years of being the nearly man, Jones - the Welsh Wizard -
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11:00 Sun 16 Nov 2014
Chub The first frost, combined with plenty of rain and a good blow that put a lot of leaf material into the rivers, made for a very tricky week for local anglers. On the positive side
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11:00 Mon 10 Nov 2014
Carp The forecasters suggest the Indian summer is finally coming to end, but for local anglers what a late summer it has been. With air temperatures into the 20s throughout much of October, both the stillwaters
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10:00 Mon 03 Nov 2014
Tench. There are potentially interesting developments ahead for all anglers with the news this week that the Angling Trust (ATr) has begun discussions with the Environment Agency on the controversial issue of the coarse angling licence
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13:00 Sun 21 Dec 2014
Neil Pauffley Neil Pauffley is living the dream as a professional tennis player and has ambitions to make his mark in the game and earn his slice of the rewards. However, currently his is the life of
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08:00 Thu 18 Dec 2014
Duncan McCreadie Maidenhead Marlins' masters swimmer Duncan McCreadie says he's well chlorinated after completing a challenge to swim three million metres in three years. The 69-year-old challenged himself to swim a million miles in a year back
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08:00 Thu 11 Dec 2014
Neil Pauffley After injury threatened to bring Neil Pauffley's year to a tame conclusion, the Maidenhead tennis professional found some welcome form to capture the Aegon British Tour Masters title at the Nottingham Tennis Centre on Sunday.
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