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Thursday 31 July 2014 8:25 PM
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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 with Paul Worthy, Dennis Bird and Tony Gwilliam.

They took the lead on the second end and were never troubled, cruising to a 27-shot victory.

Kevin


11:00 Thu 17 Jul 2014
Maidenhead Town It was a case of seven heaven as Desborough sneaked it by that number of shot (108-101) on a short trip to old rivals, Maidenhead Town, on Sunday. The game was played in a fine
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18:00 Thu 19 Jun 2014
Jackie Pearce After winning well on three rinks Maidenhead Thicket trounced visiting neighbours Wargrave by 46 shots (108-62) in a five-triple mixed friendly on Saturday afternoon. The highest-winning rink for Thicket was skipped by Jackie Pearce with
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14:36 Thu 19 Jun 2014
Stan Proffitt In the county mixed double fours, Desborough's march continues as they have reached the final stages after a 39-32 win over local rivals, Maidenhead Thicket on Sunday. The cornerstone of the victory came from the
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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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14:36 Thu 19 Jun 2014
Stan Proffitt In the county mixed double fours, Desborough's march continues as they have reached the final stages after a 39-32 win over local rivals, Maidenhead Thicket on Sunday. The cornerstone of the victory came from the
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17:00 Thu 12 Jun 2014
d Thicket Ladies were victorious away to Bracknell on Thursday afternoon for a three-triple friendly. Thicket won by 32 shots (72-40) after taking all rinks. Thicket's highest winning rink - skipped by Betty Cummings with Jackie
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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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15:19 Sat 03 May 2014
Tench. May is traditionally 'the' month for tench, but a warm start to the spring has meant some excellent early returns on the local stillwaters. With the fish still piling on the pounds in the long
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11:30 Mon 14 Apr 2014
Dave Broadbent This week we swap the local angling scene for a far more exotic fishing destination. We are heading to the Caribbean Sea and going bonefishing. To the uninitiated, bonefish - although one of the smallest
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15:48 Mon 28 Jul 2014
Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Andy Knapper Taplow-born Team England lawn bowler Andrew Knapper has won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games despite being hampered by injury. Knapper and partner Samuel Tolchard defeated Namibia in the pairs at Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls
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09:37 Mon 28 Jul 2014
England captain Barry Middleton against Malaysia England hockey captain Barry Middleton praised his side for their 8-1 demolition of Malaysia in their second match in Pool B at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday. "It was good, especially the second half. It
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09:48 Tue 22 Jul 2014
Sam Stefan with co-driver Stuart Andrews Maidenhead rally driver Sam Stefan cruised to an impressive fifth place finish in a rally in West Wales. The Maidenhead Rugby Club forward, and co-driver Stuart Andrews, had little difficulty getting grips with the RAF
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