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Tommy Martin was the man who had it all. The youngest English champion ever, a regular fixture on televised shows, the adulation of an army of supporters, and a skill-set which looked to be set to take him to the very top.

There were a couple of firsts in Whiting & Partners Division Two of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League last Saturday.

St Ives collected their first Cambs & Hunts Premier League triumph of the summer today – and it was enough to lift them off the bottom of Whiting & Partners Division One.

A Huntingdon speedway star is chasing European glory – and also looking ahead to a return to the world stage.

Sweden

New member Michelle Grubb-Moore didn’t take long to make her mark at St Ives (Hunts) GC.

Local martial arts aces tasted success at the World Tang Soo Do Association National Championships recently.

Huntingdon

Favourite backers were counting their cash - and bookmakers were left running for cover - as a series of fancied horses did the business at Huntingdon Racecourse last night (Tuesday).

Heavy rain is never a welcome sight for cricketers – even less so when it contributes to first defeats of the season.

The new Waresley & Eltisley side have collected a convincing first success – but they’re still in negative numbers.

Owen King roared to a Southern Athletics League sprint double as he continued his successful comeback last weekend.

Olympic heroine Hannah MacLeod has announced her retirement from international hockey.

Home player Sharren Kjenstad enjoyed Plate success as Ramsey GC staged the Cambs & Hunts Ladies County Championships.

St Ives

It was a case of First by name, and first by nature for one local club.

Godmanchester

It was a case of no risk for future reward when St Ives boxer Bradley Smith made a pleasing return to the ring last Friday night.

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