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Clacton sport

Frinton set for cricket spectacle

Frinton set for cricket spectacle

Seasiders hit seven to see off their coastal rivals Holland

Seasiders hit seven to see off coastal rivals Holland

HALF-CENTURY: Mo Asghar scored 55 for the victorious Seasiders.

Kirk not taking anything for granted

Thorne nets for Holland FC

Thorne nets for Holland FC

O'Neill retains Tendring Open title

O'Neill retains Tendring Open title

Big haul – Mick Frost on board the Sophie Lea with a heavyweight tope, weighing in at 45lb 5oz

All at sea with John Popplewell: Sharks are starting to feed

Andrade nets a winner for Wivenhoe and the rest of Tuesday's non-league news

Andrade nets a winner for Wivenhoe and the rest of Tuesday's non-league news

Closing date for entries is looming

Closing date for entries is looming

Venue change for Clacton-Holland friendly

Venue change for Clacton-Holland friendly

Kirby's ladies’ team continue their winning streak

Kirby's ladies’ team continue their winning streak

PARTY TIME: Cannons Basketball Club enjoy their awards night.

Cannons reflect on their season of success

Pre-season friendly between Clacton and Brightlingsea is off

Pre-season friendly between Clacton and Brightlingsea is off

SEASON OF SUCCESS: Aaron and Ryan Smyth with, from left, coaches Lloyd Pentney, Carl Pentney and Ian Smith.

Duo are a safe pair of hands

MEMORABLE DAY: Clacton lady captain Julia Hewett, Captain’s Day winner Fiona Cope and club captain Steve Parkes.

Classy Cope enjoys Captain’s Day glory

Little Clacton's mixed team crowned as champions

Little Clacton's mixed team crowned as champions

NEAR FAULTLESS RACE: Debbie Chivers is out on the wire with husband Martin at the helm. The pair produced a strong performance to win the Jubilee Rose Bowl Trophy.

Martin and Debbie prove worthy winners of trophy

STARTING LINE-UP: Bentley’s team at the Ekiden Relay. From left are Darren Horner, Paul Hollidge, Sinead Burgoyne, Mark Ross, Lex Carlisle, Lara Townsend, Sue Sorrell, Lorna Sharp and Joe Alexander.

Reeve is the man to beat in Micky Edwards series

Pre-season non-league round-up: wet weather causes disruptions but majority of games go ahead

Pre-season non-league round-up: wet weather causes disruptions but majority of games go ahead

Seasiders look a strong bet for the league title

Seasiders look a strong bet for the league title

Seasiders get set for a crunch clash

Seasiders get set for a crunch clash

Brent is hoping to star during run-in

Brent is hoping to star during run-in

All players welcome at open event

All players welcome at open event

Seasiders boss saw plenty of positives in Cornard defeat

Seasiders boss saw plenty of positives in Cornard defeat

Winner – match angler Richard Burt with a bass that helped him win the Walton Sea Angling Club evening match

All at sea with John Popplewell: Lack of mackerel is a blow to tope hope

Essex Senior Cup draws are made

Essex Senior Cup draws are made

Tilly Thomas

Tilly makes it into the finals

Faye Trigg (left) with mum Karen.

Faye helps future stars

Narrow victory secures place in cup final

Narrow victory secures place in cup final

Marsh and Payne gain silverware

Marsh and Payne gain silverware

Little Clacton enjoy a crucial win against title rivals

Little Clacton enjoy a crucial win against title rivals

Duo aim for prized spot

Duo aim for prized spot

PRIZE TIME: Geoff Wright presents the RNLI Trophy to Robert Mitchell, pictured with his crew, Gary Corton.

Trophy triumph for Dart 16 pair at Clacton Regatta

LEADING QUARTET: back nine winner Mike Scott, front nine winner Doreen Brand, Colin Bull, presenting the trophy to Peter Thurlow, and Muriel Warbey, who was nearest the pin for the ladies. Thurlow was also nearest the pin for the men.

Thurlow becomes first winner of memorial cup

Shaw scores again for Stanway, Halstead hit five and the rest of Saturday's pre-season news

Shaw scores again for Stanway, Halstead hit five and the rest of Saturday's pre-season news

Ladies’ Open Winners: Clacton Golf Club ladies’ captain Julia Hewett congratulates the winners of the Clacton Ladies’ Open, Sheila Cook and Angela Robinson, from The Essex Golf and Country Club.

Sheila and Angela claim honours at Ladies’ Open

Suzanne Warren

Suzanne sets pace in final gala before European Masters

Wivenhoe start with a win but defeats on the road for Brightlingsea and Clacton

Wivenhoe start with a win but defeats on the road for Brightlingsea and Clacton

Coyle is hoping to solve goalkeeping conundrum

Coyle is hoping to solve goalkeeping conundrum

Frinton hoping to get back on the victory trail

Frinton hoping to get back on the victory trail

Ryman League fixtures are released

Ryman League fixtures are released

Holland FC get set for their opening pre-season friendly

Holland FC get set for their opening pre-season friendly

Imran Sheikh

Sheikh shines again but others fail with the bat

HITTING THE ROAD: Bentley’s Brentwood 10k Essex Road Running Championships contingent. Pictured in the back row, from left, are John McKay and Darren Horner. Front: Caroline Searle, Barbara Law, Alison Clarke, Eileen Shadford and Steph Horner.

Comfortable win for Rooke in Friday Five finale

Summer camps for youngsters

Summer camps for youngsters

Lamell is the final pieces of the jigsaw for Regent boss James

Lamell is the final piece of the jigsaw for Regent boss James

League set to start in September

League set to start in September

Pretlove, Turner and Nunn improve their personal best scores

Pretlove, Turner and Nunn improve their personal best scores

STAR PERFORMERS: front nine winner Alan Brand, overall winner Frank Warbey, Colin Bull, presenting the trophy, and second-placed Jeff Cripps, who was also the back nine winner, following the club’s Memorial Cup.

Frank earns a handicap cut after hard-fought victory

PUSHING HIS WAY TO THE FRONT: John Tappenden led the way in Tendring District Council’s pursuit race, run between Clacton Pier and Martello Bay, as part of the Sea and Beach Festival.

Festival provides chance to get back out on water

WINNING COMBINATION: Brenda Lord and Colin Woollard holding their trophies, surrounded by other competitors in Clacton Golf Club’s Cripps Trophy.

Glory for Lord and Woollard

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