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Keighley's Muhammad Ali is due to make his British Lionhearts debut

Keighley Olympic prospect Muhammad Ali set for Lionhearts debut on TV

Devitt's victory proves false dawn for Bradford

Dragons debutant Dwayne Camille in action against Derby Trailblazers – Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

Bradford Dragons implode to surrender 15-point lead

Boxer Tasif Khan meets the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Cllr Joanne Dodds ahead of his upcoming fight

Lord Mayor to have ring-side seat at boxer Tasif Khan's next championship fight

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City of Bradford Esprit's Gina Webb tops the podium in the girls' Group A platform event at the North East Regional Age Group and Open Diving Championships in Leeds

Gina keeps her nerve to lead Esprit medal charge

Princeville A and B both won in the Bradford & District Sunday School League

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Brothers Gareth (left) and Anthony Green are both through to the quarter-finals of the Bradford Snooker Championship

Bradford No 2 consolidate number one spot

Ilkley Lawn Tennis & Squash Club will have an additional 400 seats available at the AEGON Ilkley Trophy from June 11-19

AEGON Ilkley Trophy tennis tournament is set to be an even bigger hit

Bradford Dragons' coach Chris Mellor says that late turnovers cost his team any chance of victory at London Lituanica Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

Third quarter is Dragons' Achilles heel again

No 34 Ewen Wilkinson just about negotiates a snowy slope on his way to winning the under-eights race in the Stanbury Splash on Haworth Moor. Katie Buckley, left, did not have such luck but she recovered to finish first girl. Picture: Dave Woodhead

Adams a Splash hit with hat-trick on Haworth Moor

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Rehman Ahmed Noor (centre) celebrates his success at Bradford United Martial Arts Academy's annual championships with, from left, taekwondo coach Mohammed Zamoord and Youthway's trustee Asad Hussain and head of volunteer programmes Hassan Jabar

Black belt is next target for surprise package Rehman

Rob Armitage from Huddersfield won the Yorkshire Snooker Handicap at Cue Gardens

Bradford's billiards boys slump to heavy Harrogate defeat

Kevin Pickles was a key figure for Hermits C in victories over Embassy Police B and Unity B

No Pickle for Hermits as they close in on leaders

Jon Lancaster of Horsforth with the British Racing Drivers' Club's John Cobb Trophy, awarded to him after he won the European Le Mans Series – Picture: Jakob Ebrey

F1 still on the radar for champion racer

Bradford Dragons' Adria Rodriguez Vinas put in a man of the match performance in the victory against Hemel Storm scoring 21 points Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

Storm-ing weekend double for Dragons

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Bradford City AA member Dave Pearson with his 18lb 4oz pike

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Liversedge's Ava May Oxley-Szilaggi (centre) celebrates winning the girls' under-14 title at the National Cyclo-Cross Championships at Shrewsbury. Left is runner-up Maddie Wadsworth and right is bronze medallist Eluned King Picture: Andy Whitehouse and Br

Ava May continues her golden winter

Snooker round-up

Right on Cue: Rafiq century break guides Bradford No 2 to whitewash

Table tennis round-up

Rastrick complete Pudsey double

Rihards Sulcs made a welcome return for the Bradford Dragons against Reading Rockets following knee surgery Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

Turnovers kill Dragons as they remain in relegation peril

CA Rhodes Memorial Award winner Lizzie Armitstead, left, crosses the line to win the women's elite race at the UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia. Silver medallist was Anna Van Der Breggen, right, of the Netherlands, with Megan Guarnier, c

Lizzie wins Yorkshire's top cycling award – again!

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Naomi Broady had chances but failed to take them against Sloane Stephens

Stephens ends Broady's Auckland run

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Wayne Cooper starts the defence of his Yorkshire Championship snooker trophy with a tough tie against fellow Bradford player Gareth Green, who won the title in 2010 and beat Cooper in the 2011 Bradford final

Right on Cue: Bradford's billiards team in tip-top form

Onna Ju-Jitsu Club's new black belts and Gold Tab 12 students after the final grading of the year at the Khidmat Centre Picture: Sensei Connie Tu

Belting end to the year for Onna Ju-Jitsu

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Koben O'Driscoll notched a personal best of 141 points to win gold at the English Schools' Diving Championships at London Aquatics Centre

Golden display by Koben

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Naomi Broady followed up her stunning first-round victory over former world No 1 Ana Ivanovic at the ASB Classic in Auckland by defeating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia

Battling Broady reaches Auckland quarter-finals

An emotional Lizzie Armitstead crosses the line to win the Road World Championships in Virginia, which was voted Ride of the Year by British cycling fans ahead of fellow Otley resident Tom Pidcock – Picture: Cor Vos

Armitstead beats Pidcock in Ride of the Year vote as Otley celebrate

Serena Nash is hoping to get a world ranking, pass her A Levels and gain a place at an American university in 2016

World ranking would cement Nash progress

The Bradford No 1 snooker team, who won the Yorkshire Inter-District League title for a third straight season in 2014-15 – the first time the feat has been achieved for 43 years. From left: Wayne Cooper, Kevin Firth, Mark Slater and Lewis Walsh

Right On Cue: Richard Bakes reflects on a golden year

Anthony Senior with the 7lb 8oz fish which put him into fifth place in Sunday's Saltaire AA pike match on the canal

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Craig Knowles has won all 33 of his matches in the first half of the season for Fastbats A

Pressure is on Knowles to maintain perfect run

Bradford Dragons' skipper Jermayne Laing, left, limped out of their match against Manchester Magic inside the opening four minutes Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

No Magic dust in evidence as Dragons are outplayed

Baildon A have won 12 out of 12 in Bradford League Division Three

All-round team display is just perfect

Re-stocking diploid brown trout was banned on rivers and streams for the first time in England and Wales this year

Angling Lines: Trout re-stocking is not an exact science

Bradford Deaf Centre and Princeville B both notched victories in the Bradford & District Sunday School Billiards League

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GOLDEN GIRL: Lizzie Armitstead with her World Championship gold medal

Glamour award for Otley cycle star

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BLACK BELTS: Paul Ellen and Rory Gallagher with Mo Ilyas

Bradford's Paul Hellens wins karate black belt at the age of 70

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Girlington boxer Tasif Khan, pictured with his International Masters bantamweight belt, is bidding to make history by winning the first world title fight to be staged in Bradford

Tasif Khan gunning for world title glory at Bradford venue Cedar Court

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Superb Morgan halts Sedbergh in their tracks

Superb Morgan halts Sedbergh in their tracks

Wayne Cooper made an 87 break in helping Bradford No 1 beat Huddersfield

Right On Cue: Christmas cheer as Bradford enjoy life at the top

Henri Bongoma jointly topped the Dragons scoring with 23 points, while also taking 12 rebounds – Picture: Alex Daniel Photography

Thunder strikes dampen Bradford Dragons fire

Wibsey's Euan Cameron tackles the hurdles on his way to sixth place in the under-16 boys category at the National Trophy Series at Peel Park – Picture: Richard Leach

Rawnsley: Pidcock can win World Championships

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Bingley's Rob Jebb, left, and Cononley's Ian Taylor, who finished first and second in the men's 40-49 years' race at the National Trophy Series in Peel Park – Picture: Richard Leach

Field does not think rules are the pits as winner is disqualified

Billiards round-up

Billiards results

More Mosconi Cup joy for 'amazing' Boyes

More Mosconi Cup joy for 'amazing' Boyes

The River Aire, looking towards Skipton by-pass, has burst its banks. Picture: Philip Winstanley

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Shipley's Chris Young reckons he can come from behind and retain his National Trophy Series over-50 men's title

Young is as good as Gould – but he can be better

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