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Salisbury Journal /sport/
  1. SALISBURY & District League teams have been announced with one new side entering the Saturday league along seven new sides been accepted into the Sunday League.
  2. SIXTEEN year-old Katy Cutler, has been selected to play for the Great Britain Junior Women’s Waterpolo team
  3. FIVE Rivers recently held the annual primary school gala, which was attended by over 200 swimmers from 18 schools with pupils from years four to year six participating.
  4. SARUM Youth Football Club are recruiting players for their U7, U12, U13 and U15 sides for the forthcoming season.
  5. WILTON driver Matt Hammond claimed three victories at the Brands Hatch in the Mini Festival Cooper PRO / Am Class on Saturday, July 8 and Sunday, July 9.
  6. SALISBURY cheerleading team Phoenix Stars, have had recent success at national level their Youth Level 4 team, Gravity, and Senior Level 1 team, Nemesis won first place at the Future Cheer International Championships in Bournemouth competition.
  7. SALISBURY FC boss Steve Claridge is confident of not conceding as many goals as last season as his side look ahead to start of the new campaign.
  8. pic credits roy honeybone - Hampshire all-rounder Ian Holland hit a century as South Wilts tightened their grip on the ECB British Gas Southern Premier League leadership race with a 72-run win over basement side Andover at London Road. They take a 15-point lead at the top into Saturday’s visit of Alton to Wilton Road, 11am. Holland scored 103 but, having featured in a 94-run third-wicket partnership with Tom Cowley (50), had to glue the South Wilts innings together as spin duo Glyn Treagus (3-29) and Matt Hooper (2-47) began to create inroads. South Wilts lost three wickets for 22 runs at one stage and when Holland eventually fell at 205-8, Steve Warner (19) and Ryan Murray added vital late runs to hoist the visitors’ total to 237. Murray’s three-wicket new-ball spell had Andover on the ropes at 44-4, after which Sri lankan all-rounder Chimaka Karunarakne fought a virtual lone battle. Previously restricted to bowling only overs due to a leg injury, hit struck an unbeaten 61. Jack Mynott and Luke Evans chipped away at the other end as Andover gradually subsided to 165 all out. * South Wilts are worried that promising left-hand spin all-rounder Sam Arnold could miss the remainder of the season after suffering a knee injury in a leisure-time ‘kick about’ with his mates. The Loughborough University student, who has made quite an impact at South Wilts since his return, was due to have a scan on his injured knee this week. end
  9. FARLEY first XI were not in action over the weekend but the second team, who are currently 14th in the Regional Division 2 North West, enjoyed a morale-boosting win at home to Michelmersh & Timsbury II, who are just one place above the Wiltshire side, winning by 185 runs.
  10. SALISBURY FC came from behind to draw 1-1 against Sky Bet League Two outfit Swindon Town at the Ray Mac on Monday.


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