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Salisbury Journal
  1. SALISBURY'S international athlete Verity Ockenden upped her normal race distance to compete in the Great South 10 mile at Portsmouth last Sunday, writes JOHN RUSKIN.
  2. IT WOULD would take a lot to beat the drama of last weekend’s Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, but the on-pitch action at Salisbury Rugby Club’s annual mini festival on Sunday ran it very close.
  3. SALISBURY RFC turned in a much better performance and will probably feel aggrieved that they let this game slip away losing 53-29, against a young and settled Sherborne side who have enjoyed a good start to the season.
  4. DOWNTON returned to the top of the Wessex League Division One after they hit visiting Pewsey Vale for five on Tuesday night.
  5. BEMERTON Heath Harlequins will be hoping it is third time lucky this Saturday, after their last two games were both postponed due to the weather.
  6. SALISBURY bounced back after their FA Cup exit to Margate, by collecting a maximum six points from their last two games in the Southern League Premier South.
  7. A SALISBURY teen has made his debut as a professional footballer, aged just 16 years and 74 days.
  8. DOWNTON will be hoping for more FA Vase glory on Saturday, when they entertain Thornbury Town.
  9. LAVERSTOCK and Ford lost 1-0 to visitors Bemerton Heath Harlequins.
  10. LAST Saturday saw the start of Wiltshire’s first futsal league with eight teams and over 60 children playing at Five Rivers Leisure Centre in Salisbury.


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