GALLERY: Pictures from the annual Plymouth Coasters Five Miler race
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GALLERY: Pictures from the annual Plymouth Coasters Five Miler race

PLYMOUTH Harriers’ Sam Yearling won the Plymouth Coasters Five Miler race for a second year running on Sunday. The teenager ran nearly a minute quicker this time around to once again take victory in the run which starts and finishes at Marsh Mills and takes competitors down the Embankment, over Laira Bridge and back through … Continue reading

RUGBY REPORTS: Services and Oaks make it two wins out of two, plus derby joy for OPMs
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RUGBY REPORTS: Services and Oaks make it two wins out of two, plus derby joy for OPMs

SOUTH WEST ONE AND WESTERN COUNTIES WEST DEVONPORT Services continued their high-scoring start to the season with a 41-21 victory away at North Petherton on Saturday. They have scored 93 points in their first two games, having beaten Newton Abbot 52-13 in their opening fixture. But they had to work hard for their win in … Continue reading

Leander’s Dunn sets new European record on his way to medley silver in London
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Leander’s Dunn sets new European record on his way to medley silver in London

PLYMOUTH Leander’s Reece Dunn set a new European record as he won a silver medal in the 200m individual medley at the World Para-Swimming Championships in London. It took a world record from Japan’s Dai Tokairin to prevent Dunn from securing his third gold medal of the championships in the men’s S14 category. The 23-year-old … Continue reading

Argyle Ladies look to keep winning run going against former Super League side Yeovil
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Argyle Ladies look to keep winning run going against former Super League side Yeovil

PLYMOUTH Argyle Ladies go into Sunday’s National League Southern Premier Division match against Yeovil Town at the Manadon Sports Hub in good heart (2pm). The Pilgrims will be looking to make it three wins in a row after overcoming Keynsham and Gillingham in their last two games. But they know it will not be easy … Continue reading

RUGBY PREVIEWS: Plymouth’s Devon One sides prepare to kick-off their seasons
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RUGBY PREVIEWS: Plymouth’s Devon One sides prepare to kick-off their seasons

DEVON ONE AND DEVON MERIT TABLE THE Devon One season kicks off on Saturday with Tamar Saracens, Old Techs, OPMs and Plymouth Argaum all hoping to make their mark in a highly-competitive division. The league has increased to 12 teams this season with Ilfracombe returning to the division after impressing in the Devon Merit Table … Continue reading

Leander’s Dunn wins second gold medal at World Para Swimming Championships
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Leander’s Dunn wins second gold medal at World Para Swimming Championships

PLYMOUTH Leander’s Reece Dunn won a second gold medal at the World Para-Swimming Championships in London on Thursday evening. After breaking the world record to win the individual S14 200m freestyle final on Monday evening, Dunn produced a sensational final leg to bring Great Britain’s S14 mixed 4x100m relay squad home for gold. Dunn made … Continue reading

Mount Kelly acquire historic boat to offer offshore sailing
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Mount Kelly acquire historic boat to offer offshore sailing

MOUNT Kelly College is adding offshore sailing to their extra-curricular programme having acquired an historic boat. Mount Kelly have partnered with Sailing Tectona, the Plymouth-based sail-training Community Interest Company, to take ownership of a 56-foot cutter called Olga. Olga is one of the most significant boats on the National Historic Ships Register. Built in Porthleven, … Continue reading