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Oakley given home tie in cup semi-finals while Weeley drawn away - if they win their quarter-final

Oakley given home tie in cup semi-finals while Weeley drawn away - if they win their quarter-final

Newcomer Sebastian leads from start to finish

Newcomer Sebastian leads from start to finish

Great session: Head coach Michelle Young (left), Laura Stephens (centre) and Great Britain hat winner Georgia Bleck.

Laura gives a butterfly masterclass

Narrow win for Harwich and District Indoor Bowls Club

Narrow win for Harwich and District Indoor Bowls Club

GETTING HIS TACTICS SPOT ON: Harwich’s Pat Allen Cripps (right) enjoyed a clear unanimous points victory against soldier Lee Holmes. Picture: Dave Edwards Photography

Boxer Lucas produces a stand-out performance

Twelve-dart leg is a highlight for Ind Coope’s Paul

Twelve-dart leg is a highlight for Ind Coope’s Paul

Oakley and Harwich get set for a return to action

Oakley and Harwich get set for a return to action

Southgate: second spot is up for grabs

Southgate: second spot is up for grabs

Harwich hit a century of points

Harwich hit a century of points

The Border League squad after their victory in Jersey. Sadly, the team's cup run ended on Saturday.

Cup adventure ends at the quarter-final hurdle

SCRUM TIME: Adam Ward (standing on the left) watches on as Mistley and Felixstowe do battle in last week’s contest at Furze Hill.

Three wins in a row for Mistley

Classy Harwich serve up their best display so far

Classy Harwich serve up their best display so far

Under-12s lose out to last-gasp try in thrilling game

Under-12s lose out to last-gasp try in thrilling game

LEADING THE WAY: Mark Lloyd (right) in action at the Hadleigh cross-country race on Sunday.

Lloyd leads the way for Harwich Runners

Ind Coope give themselves cushion at the summit

Ind Coope give themselves cushion at the summit

GAINING VALUABLE EXPERIENCE: pictured from left are Harwich bowlers John Huckle, John Peperell, Ann Humphrey, Jamie Bliss and Steve Humphrey.

Harwich show progress by finishing in style

Tommy Jacobs (right) with Harwich coach Martin Webb

Tommy gets ready to make pro debut

Acorns book spot in quarter-finals

Acorns book spot in quarter-finals

Players fly flag in crunch Border League Rep match

Players fly flag in crunch Border League Rep match

BATTLING FOR THE BALL: Charlie Barrett and Moby Turner compete in a ruck during Mistley Marauders’ match against Woodbridge, watched by Jason Cooledge.

Classy Mistley enjoy another dramatic win

Shrimpers climb table after thrilling win

Shrimpers climb table after thrilling win

Harwich and Dovercourt Rugby Club coach Manning hails best display

Harwich and Dovercourt Rugby Club coach Manning hails best display

Brantham eliminate the Dragons to make League Cup progress

Brantham eliminate the Dragons to make League Cup progress

Harwich Runners produce some strong displays on the Parkrun circuit

Harwich Runners produce some strong displays on the Parkrun circuit

Wivenhoe and Brantham to meet in League Cup

Wivenhoe and Brantham to meet in League Cup

Coope take honours in top-of-the-table contest

Coope take honours in top-of-the-table contest

POPULAR WINNER: Archie Barrington receives his award from Harwich chairman Peter Gooding.

Harwich Runners enjoy turn in spotlight

Anglers' quest for title falls just short

Anglers' quest for title falls just short

COMEBACK TRAIL: John Wheatley.

Wheatley ready for a return to the ring

MASTERCLASS: Mick Driscoll (the adult on the right, in the front row) paid a special visit to Harwich Boxing Club. He is pictured sitting next to head coach Martin Webb.

England coach inspires Harwich boxers

Tricky trip is on cards for rugby club

Tricky trip is on cards for rugby club

Confidence is reflected in one-sided success

Confidence is reflected in one-sided success

Oakley hoping it’s a case of second-time lucky against Shenfield

Oakley hoping it’s a case of second-time lucky against Shenfield

Injuries prove a real dampner in slippery conditions

Injuries prove a real dampner in slippery conditions

KEEPING THE BALL ALIVE: Harwich’s Nick Logie offloads to Danny Horrigan.

Rusty Harwich produce a below-par performance

Football fun day for youngsters in Lawford

Football fun day for youngsters in Lawford

Leaders stunned by surprise package Squirrels

Leaders stunned by surprise package Squirrels

FINISHING 13th: the Harwich Runners men’s team that took part in the Essex Cross-Country Championships at Claybury. Andre Besant is missing.

Reason leads the way as Harwich Runners' men finish 13th

Thurlow Nunn League programme hit by postponements

Thurlow Nunn League programme hit by postponements

WELCOME ABOARD: Harwich joint-managers Martin Warnes (left) and John Fidgett (right) with returning club coach Chris Rose, prior to Saturday’s great win at White Notley.

Shrimpers boss believes Murray gives side a “new dimension”

Star Emma hits a hat-trick for depleted Harwich

Star Emma hits a hat-trick for depleted Harwich

Instrumental Murray nets goal on Shrimpers return

Instrumental Murray nets goal on Shrimpers return

Hosts Felixstowe are blown away by Harwich

Hosts Felixstowe are blown away by Harwich

FLYING START TO THE YEAR: Robert Reason finished well clear of the field in a new course record of 17 minutes and 13 seconds – a seven-second improvement on the previous record which he set back in September.

Reason blazes trail to set a new record

New training tops are a boost for Shrimpers

New training tops are a boost for Shrimpers

Panthers are looking odds-on for the title

Panthers are looking odds-on for the title

Stanway get back to winning ways, Halstead book a semi-final place and the rest of the weekend's Thurlow Nunn League news

Stanway get back to winning ways, Halstead book a semi-final place and the rest of the weekend's Thurlow Nunn League news

Manning hails Harwich and Dovercourt’s potential

Manning hails Harwich and Dovercourt’s potential

Tynan: so much to play for in 2016

Tynan: so much to play for in 2016

FLYING THE FLAG FOR LINKS: Mitchell Thorpe, Maisie Raymond, Charlotte Hope and Sam Day.

Medal joy for Links

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