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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 12th-ranked Belgium after a disappointing campaign which saw the side finish sixth in their pool group.

In their final match of the tournament, Sophie Bray put


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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18:00 Thu 29 May 2014
Alastair Brogdon Maidenhead's Alastair Brogdon admits he fully expects England to be back in contention at the business end as he prepares for another shot at a World Cup medal in the Hague. Never before have England
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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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16:50 Tue 03 Jun 2014
England women left distraught after losing 3-0 to China. Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh was left shocked after medal hopefuls England women started the World Cup in Holland with back-to-back defeats. They opened with a 2-1 defeat to USA and then lost 3-0 to China today
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14:32 Mon 26 May 2014
Barry Middleton Marlow's Barry Middleton became England and Great Britain's most capped hockey player when he stepped out for the 308th time in the clash with Australia on Saturday. The 30-year-old, who has been captain for four
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09:00 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Lanre Azeez celebrates with Jonathan Hippolyte York Road will host the first ever Chauntry Cup final between the Magpies and FCUnited of Manchester on Saturday. The match will aim to emulate the FACup final with the well-known song Abide With Me
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08:30 Sat 05 Jul 2014
Maidenhead RFC head coach Allan Greene MAIDENHEAD RFC Maidenhead RFC head coach Allan Greene has stressed the importance of getting off to a good start when his side kick the season off with two Berkshire derbies in September. Greene said the
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15:31 Tue 22 Jul 2014
cricket Having bowled out visitors Beaconsfield 2nds out for 94, Wooburn Narkovians must have backed themselves to win their Thames Valley League (TVL) Division 3B encounter, but instead they lost by just one run. In a
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11:00 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Henry Bennett and Sam Hoxley took bronze in the J16 double scull Maidenhead Rowing Club's Henry Bennett and Sam Hoxley triumphed at the British Rowing Championships held at the national watersports centre in Nottingham for the second consecutive year. After several months of injuries, the J16 double
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11:15 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Morgan Lake Morgan Lake vindicated her decision not to compete in the Commonwealth Games by winning gold in the heptathlon at the Junior World Championships in Oregon yesterday (Wednesday). Lake, a member of Windsor Slough Eton &
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14:36 Sat 29 Dec 2012
k Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger has been awarded a CBE for services to rowing. The 37-year-old, who lives in Maidenhead and trains at Marlow Rowing Club, was among a number of Olympic sporting stars to have been included in this year's New Year Honours list.
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