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Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh says she needs time to consider whether now is the best time to retire after England's women won silver at the Commonwealth Games after a drama-filled final.

England were leading 1-0, thanks to Lily Owsley's second-half strike, with 11 seconds remaining.

However, But Jodie Kenny broke English hearts with virtually the last play of the game, firing in

18:45 Sat 02 Aug 2014
Kate Richardson-Walsh consoles keeper Maddie Hinch. Photo Ady Kerry England women's hockey team face three-time Commonwealth Games gold medallists Australia in the final which starts at 8.15pm today (Saturday). Kate Ricahrdson-Walsh's side reach the gold medal match after beating New Zealand on penalties
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15:00 Thu 19 Jun 2014
Kate Richardson-Walsh consoles keeper Maddie Hinch. Photo Ady Kerry Maidenhead resident Kate Richardson-Walsh said she's pretty confident her decision to retire from the game wasn't behind England's poor performance at the World Cup. England finished their campaign with a 2-1 penalty shots victory over
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09:00 Tue 10 Jun 2014
Members of Marlow HC's 2nd team Marlow Hockey Club men's 2nd team have been named England's team of the year after the side claimed its sixth successive promotion. At a plush dinner at Bisham Abbey last week the team were recognised
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14:04 Sat 02 Aug 2014
Harry Martin, whose parents live in Pinkneys Green, scored England's only goal in the 4-1 semi-final defeat to Australuia. Captain Barry Middleton said England were inintially 'too passive' in the Commonwealth Games semi-final defeat to Australia this morning. The gold medal favourites took a 2-0 lead after 11 minutes and although England reduced the
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09:00 Thu 12 Jun 2014
Captain Barry Middleton celebrates with head coach Bobby Crutchley. Pic credit:Ady Kerry. Marlow's Barry Middleton said 'everyone put everything on the line' as England's men qualified for the semi-finals of the World Cup with a 3-2 win over Belgium. England needed all three points to overhaul Belgium's
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16:00 Thu 05 Jun 2014
SportsTALK Everthing from cricket to motor racing is put under the microscope in this week's jam-packed edition of the SportsTALK podcast. With loud Geordie Michael Owens away, the more restrained Lucy Elder takes the presenting hotseat
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18:30 Sat 20 Sep 2014
Johnson Hippolyte 'You've let no one down' was the message from manager Johnson Hippolyte after his side's 2-0 defeat to Havant & Waterlooville at York Road this afternoon. The manager was disappointed with the result, but not
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08:00 Sat 20 Sep 2014
Allan Greene Maidenhead RFC's players have been warned by their coach Allan Greene that Swindon are notoriously good starters to a season. Maids travel to Swindon this afternoon and their hosts will be confident of registering their
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09:00 Mon 15 Sep 2014
Harveer Gandam A debut season as captain will be remembered for what could have been for Harveer Gandam. Burnham's leader enjoyed a prosperous start to a campaign, but it ended with a whimper as they stuttered to
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10:00 Sun 07 Sep 2014
Tom Aggar Great Britain's para-rower Tom Aggar won silver in the arms and shoulders single scull final at the Rowing World Championships in Amsterdam. For Maidenhead resident Aggar it was his first major podium finish since 2011
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07:00 Thu 11 Sep 2014
Taylor Campbell Late withdrawals and dropped baton disasters cost Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow AC (WSEH) a chance of glory as they finished third in Sunday's UK Athletics Youth Development League final in Birmingham. Having won the
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16:34 Mon 15 Sep 2014
Slough FA Cup fever came to the region this weekend as Slough Town, Burnham and Flackwell Heath tried to push on and get into the next round. Before all of that, the spotlight was on Maidenhead
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