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Clayton Libs rule the roost in South Bradford

Bradford Wednesday Merit winner Adam Marsden (Eccleshill), who defeated clubmate Paul Hillam 21-10 in the final

Marsden shuts the door on Hillam bid to complete full set

A tench won Bradford No 1 AA's biggest fish trophy

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Dan McClay takes the victory in the elite Otley GP

PICTURES: 10,000 spectators flock to Otley for annual town centre cycle races

Competition was fast and furious in the Otley Town Centre Cycle Races

McLay pips Latham to Otley glory

Dave Brook was happy with his weekend's work at Oulton Park, which is a very technical course

Oulton Park life suits Brook down to the ground

Eight clubs are left in the hunt for the Wood Cup

Brotherton and Wood Cup draws

Queensbury's Chloe Hirst was narrowly beaten in Yorkshire's home match at Paddock

Yorkshire Ladies play the waiting game

Sam Tordoff, right, notched a win and a second place on his local track at Croft

'Fantastic' set of results from Tordoff in British Touring Car Championship

Heckmondwike Cycle Speedway Club's Darren Kent avoids the carnage  behind him in their Northern Fours League meeting in Manchester

Pressure is on Heckmondwike for repeat Northern Fours finish

Otley's Lizzie Armitstead waves to the crowd after winning the British Cycling National Road Championships in Lincolnshire

Lizzie Armitstead wins third British title

Scott Thwaites

Thwaites fifth in British Road Race Championships

Pudsey Pearls' level two and level three teams show the poise that helped them win synchronised swimming medals at the Crooked Spire meet in Chesterfield

Pearls A-spiring to greatness

Dalton Clapham took part in nine events at Ponds Forge

Archie in Mint condition in Sheffield

Luke Pinder, centre, won rounds four and five of the Michelin Clio Cup Road Series at Thruxton

Pinder is still perfect after Thruxton victories

Andy Murray will play Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin in the first round at Wimbledon

Murray faces rock-hard route to final as the Ilkley set learn their opponents

Trout are taking mayfly, nymph and rising for dry fly at Fewston Reservoir

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Astute coach Jim Yeats, who played for Bradford over 100 times in the Yorkshire League, was a member of the Hermits team that won six Bradford League Division One titles from 1966-71 and six Burton Cup crowns from 1965-1976

Bradford table tennis mourns stalwart all-rounder Jim Yeats

Samuel Watson from Chevin Cycles.com Trek crosses the line to win the under-14 race

Williams eyes home-town race after Ilkley victory

Nicola Adams celebrates after she was crowned Great Britain's first European Games boxing gold medallist in Baku

'Comeback kid' Adams wins historic gold for Great Britain

Flyweight boxer Muhammad Ali had to retire with a cut eye

'Unlucky' Ali will learn from Baku experience

Richard Stockdale, front, faces John Metters of Preston in the latest Cleckheaton Sports Classic qualifying round

Hanson among Cleck Classic qualifiers

Ian Matthews of Eccleshill won 21-18 for Bradford in their Yorkshire Veterans' Inter-District League match against West Riding

By Heck! Bradford still on course

Tony Riley of Brighouse Sports was a convincing winner for Yorkshire as they trounced Warwickshire

Yorkshire face derby showdown in county 'semi-final'

David Jacques sealed a 21-4 win for Shipley Club A in their top-of-the-table Naylor Premier clash with Brighouse Sports A

Clubmen hit their straps in top clash

Bradford bowls results round-up

Bowls results

Onna Ju-Jitsu Club at the National Ju-Jitsu Championships in Walsall. Front row, from left: Safa Zahid, Ryaan Kureshi, M Omair Khan, Idrees Haider. Middle row: M Amad Khan, Maleehah Hussain, Tegan Johnson, Maryam Khan, Eesa Yunis. Back row: M Ismail Ghani

Size no barrier to success for Adeeb in international ju-jitsu event

Action from Northumbria

Heckmondwike Cycle Speedway results

Danny Stirk

No hurt for Stirk as he wins British title

Former Bradford College student Nicola Adams

A few hairy moments but Adams assured of medal in European Games

Euro exit: Muhammad Ali

Cut forces Muhammad Ali exit

Denis Kudla on his way to winning the Aegon Ilkley Trophy men's singles title and the subsequent wild card into the men's singles at Wimbledon Picture: Andy Garbutt

Wild card Dennis is hoping to be a menace at Wimbledon

Women's singles top seed Annika Beck had some bad luck in her semi-final defeat to Magda Linette

Ilkley men's singles final is Surbiton repeat

Bradford Maroons' winning quartet, from second left to right, Tommy Dobson, Mark Hughes, Richard Jackson and Adam Aslam, with left, leading freestyle performer Tarryn Algar and, right, the Dallas Mavericks' Paul Sturgess, the tallest active basketball pla

Maroons boys in the pink after national triumph

Bingley Angling Club's John Clarke with the 5½lb tench he caught during Sunday's match at Coppice Pond

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Joshua Milton again fell victim to Ireland's James McGee Picture: Andy Garbutt

Semi-final paradise still eludes Milton

Liam Griffin of Pudsey is in Cleckheaton Sports Classic qualifying action today

Cleckheaton Sports Classic draws

Brighouse Sports player Mark Regan, left, who won the Bradford Merit

Plenty of Merit as Regan breaks Bradford League duck

Spen Victoria stages the tasty Yorkshire Cup tie between Lower Hopton and Crossgates

Spen Victoria stages tie of round in Yorkshire Cup

Peel Park is hosting the Wednesday Merit next week

Merit entries invited

Andy Gilroy of Eccleshill is in the Yorkshire away team at Warwickshire on Sunday

Warwickshire Barr way to confidence-booster before derby

Bowls results round-up

Bowls results

Otley cyclist Lizzie Armitstead pictured after her crash

Lizzie Armitstead out of Women's Tour after winning first stage and crashing at the finish

British interest in the women's singles ended tonight in the Aegon Ilkley Trophy

Frustrating day for Britons at Aegon Ilkley Trophy

Joshua Milton showed guts to come back from losing the first set badly to defeat sixth seed Adrian Menendez-Maceiras Picture: Andy Garbutt

Aegon Ilkley Open: Beaten Broady takes Stock over improving his strength

Muhammad Ali was a big hit with the local crowd

Crowd pleaser Ali proves age is no barrier in opening Euro Games win

Muhammad Ali

Keighley's Muhammad Ali wins opening European Games fight

Dan Evans, who has reserved many of his performances for Great Britain in the Davis Cup, did not make it through qualifying in the men's singles at Ilkley

Perfect forecast as Ilkley hits the jackpot

Ian Hutchinson

Bullet is beaten: Hutchinson third in final Isle of Man TT race

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