Airienteers proved age is no barrier as members old and young claimed victories at an East Pennine Club-organised regional event at Marsden Moor.
West Bowling and Dudley Hill are hoping the weather will be kinder to them on Saturday as they bid to complete their first round Carnegie Challenge Cup ties.
With West Bowling and Dudley Hill making second attempts to complete their Carnegie Challenge Cup ties on the road, Clayton provide the top local action when they host Keighley Albion on Saturday.
A teenager who was killed when a car flipped onto its roof after a police pursuit has been named by the West Yorkshire force.
Detectives are tonight questioning a 20-year-old man about an attack on a 94-year-old woman in a Bradford care home.
Teachers and children from Heaton Primary School enjoyed a day in the woods to celebrate being praised for eight outstanding features by education watchdog Ofsted.
Bradford boxer Eddie Meskry will have an extra inspiration as he steps into the ring next month as part of ‘The Pride of Yorkshire’ event.
The Telegraph & Argus has opened a Book of Condolence as tributes flood in to a Bradford soldier who became the UK’s 350th military fatality in Afghanistan.
Bradford Park Avenue reserves strengthened their position at the Lancashire League summit with a 6-0 victory against Tadcaster Albion reserves. Goals came from Damian Mitchell (2), Shane Hamilton (2), Adam Ingham and Aidan Day.
Bradford Maroons stay bottom of EBL Division Three North after a dramatic 66-63 home defeat to Leeds Carnegie II.
Bradford’s Jermaine Manners returned to the top of English racketlon by winning the national championship for the third year in a row.
Leeds United left back Aidan White has rejoined Oldham on loan until the end of the season.
Bradford Park Avenue have another opportunity to rein in one of the clubs above them in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division on Saturday but know they face a difficult task against Buxton.
Guiseley climbed back up to second place in the Blue Square Bet North Division with a midweek home win and another victory on Saturday could see them at the summit once again.
Lee Bullock column
Otley are expecting a big challenge in more ways than one on Saturday.
After their stirring defensive display brought an 11-7 home win over Darlington Mowden Park last Saturday, Bradford & Bingley have to back that up on Saturday in another National League Three North top-four clash.
Cleckheaton, who were beaten 14-12 at bottom-of-the-table Hartlepool Rovers last weekend in North One East, have a key man back on Saturday for the home game against Morpeth.
Cinderford put on a fine display in October to beat Wharfedale by 19-17 at the Avenue in National League One, thanks mainly to an outstanding performance from fly-half Mark Woodrow.
Yorkshire Division One secretary Alden Phillips believes it was the right decision to call off Keighley’s home match against Castleford last Saturday.
Baildon, who are third in Yorkshire Division Three, have selection problems of the right kind for their trip to fourth-from-bottom Hessle on Saturday.
Bradford Salem have been boosted by the presence of No 8 Kris Falwasser for their home match against Scarborough on Saturday.
Wibsey, who are next to bottom in Yorkshire Division Six, have the usual lack of choice for their match on Saturday at Rossington Hornets, who are only two places and six points better off.
A midweek victory saw Farsley haul themselves back to the top of the Kool Sport Northern Counties East League Premier Division and they will stay there if they maximise home advantage on Saturday.
SALTAIRE AA: It is with sadness that we report the death of Michael Troman, the president of our association, at the age of 88.
Silsden make the short trip to Barnoldswick Town tomorrow for what would be only their second game of 2011.
Steeton and Tyersal put their pursuit of points on hold this weekend as they bid to reach the semi-finals of the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division Cup.
A Bradford bride and her husband have been jailed for staging a sham marriage to dodge strict immigration rules.
Prospective parents are being urged to consider adoption as a way to expand their families, after it was revealed there are 885 children in care in Bradford.
Former mill workers are invited to a reunion celebrating the district’s industrial heritage.
A headteacher has spoken of her anger after burglars smashed their way into classrooms for the third time in a month.
The following have been dealt with by Bradford Magistrates:
Bradford Council is making a “call for action” for everyone to play their part in revitalising the district’s economy.
A team of schoolgirls have raised an impressive £5,000 for charity in two weeks by running a series of money-spinning enterprises.
A wheelchair-bound man has been cleared of taking part in a violent armed robbery after convincing the jury he was too disabled to be one of the gang.
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A company from the district says it has invented a wasp-repelling device to keep the stinging insects at bay.
Carpets fit for kings supplied by a Bradford flooring firm can now be seen on the big screen in a blockbuster film nominated for 12 Oscars.
Addingham Parish Council will choose a new chairman next month following the resignation of the previous chairman, Councillor Ian Taylor.
Thieves caused damage estimated at £17,000 when they ripped lead from a church roof.
The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council:
A year on from a funding deal that secured its future and provided a base for expansion, a Bradford wool merchant and processor has boosted the working capital of one of its overseas subsidiaries.