Powerlifters roar into action for Keighley Lions donation

Keighley News: Keighley Lions president Hazel Jiggins, centre, hands out cheques to Special Olympians James Crossley, second from left, and Chris Woodhead, second from right, with Lions' treasurer Maureen Verity, left, and member Jessie Tonge (11362217)

7:50am Friday 17th October 2014

A FUNDRAISING drive by two Keighley athletes is proving a roaring success.

East Morton rider Simpson stars as locals claim triple success

Keighley News: RIDING HIGH: Annie Simpson shows her delight at crossing the finish line first in the opening National Trophy cyclo-cross event in Shrewsbury Picture: Andy Whitehouse

10:05am Thursday 16th October 2014

EAST Morton's Annie Simpson secured victory in the elite women’s race of the first National Trophy Cyclo-Cross series in Shrewsbury as Keighley area riders enjoyed a triple success.

Keighley Angling Club: Canal provides bumper catches

Keighley News:

2:23pm Thursday 16th October 2014

While the river Aire around Keighley continues to yield large quantities of fish, the highest numbers this week were found along key stretches of the canal between Keighley and Skipton.

Injury forces Wilsden motorcycle racer to pull out of charity marathon run

Keighley News: Nick Matthews and Andrew Lund

9:11am Thursday 16th October 2014

INJURY forced a Wilsden motorcycle racer to pull out of running for charity in the Berlin Marathon.

Keighley golfers unite to help combat prostate cancer

Keighley News: John Brownless, left, with fellow golfers at the Keighley club who took part in the prostate cancer event

5:32am Friday 10th October 2014

A GOLF tournament in Keighley to help in the fight against prostate cancer has raised more than £1,600.

VIDEO: Weightlifting champion officially opens the West Yorkshire School Games

Keighley News: Tong school hosted the launch of the School Games in West Yorkshire. British and European weightlifting champion Rebakah Tiler lifting Ra'eese Smith from Ryecroft Primary School

5:41am Thursday 9th October 2014

A BRADFORD weightlifting champion was on-hand to inspire the next generation of school sport stars as she officially opened the 2014/15 Jet2 Holidays West Yorkshire School Games yesterday.

Talented Shaun is on the right path

Keighley News: Shaun Wood has had a busy and successful summer, competing for England and Great Britain

11:32am Thursday 9th October 2014

SUTTON clay pigeon shooter Shaun Wood has had a busy and successful summer.

Horizon duo to make England debuts

Keighley News: NATIONAL PICKS: Horizon Taekwondo’s Commonwealth Championship quartet. From left, Ellie Bowden, Jamie Simpson-Kidd, Kieran Young and Thomas Henley

11:28am Thursday 9th October 2014

HORIZON Taekwondo Academy members Ellie Bowden and Jamie Simpson-Kidd will make their England debuts in the Commonwealth Championships next month.

Helen's on the Wright path

Keighley News: Helen Wright

10:06am Thursday 9th October 2014

FOR someone who only discovered long-distance running by accident, Helen Wright is pretty adept at it.

Glory on the road for Keighley & Craven trio

Keighley News: SILVER SUCCESS: From left, Lucy Fryers, Angelina Bairstow and Katie Atkinson

9:33am Thursday 9th October 2014

KEIGHLEY & Craven's North of England road relay champions have added national silver medals to their collection.

Melling falls to Ebdon

Keighley News: Chris Melling's cue went missing in transit – but he still won

11:34am Wednesday 8th October 2014

CHRIS Melling was beaten 4-1 by eventual semi-finalist Peter Ebdon in the fifth round of the Victoria Bulgarian Open in Sofia.

Cup veteran Foster on why McGinley is Europe's number one

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

KEIGHLEY-born caddy Billy Foster believes Paul McGinley is the best European captain yet.

Steering trouble but Joe finishes third

Keighley News: Joe Moses won the Ian Mountain Memorial race

2:11pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

WHILE Hope Factory Racing rider Rob Jebb, formerly of Bingley, was winning the Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross race for the 11th time, there was plenty of drama happening behind him.

Horizon on track for glory

Keighley News: Horizon Taekwondo Academy, who finished ninth out of 69 teams at the British National Taekwondo Championships at Manchester Velodrome

12:07pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

CULLINGWORTH’S Ellie Bowden and Silsden’s Charlotte Banks and Jamie Simpson-Kidd have helped Horizon Taekwondo Academy to finish an impressive ninth out of 69 teams at the British National Taekwondo Championships at Manchester Velodrome.

Frankie keeps success in Wainman familiy

Keighley News: CHAMPION: Frankie Wainman Junior, Junior shows off his prizes after winning the National Ministox title

10:05am Thursday 2nd October 2014

FRANKIE Wainman Junior, Junior has won his second National Ministox Championship title in three seasons.

Lock, stock and two smoking trials bikes

12:23pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

DOUGIE Lampkin and seven of his trials riding colleagues will certainly make the weekly shop in Manchester a lot more interesting on Saturday.

Muthmir can get Ascot off to a flier

Keighley News: Horse racing

8:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

Ascot, Newmarket and Redcar take centre stage on this flat this Saturday.

Keighley taekwondo star selected for England

Keighley News: Leah Moorby makes a head shot on her way to the British crown

12:14pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

KEIGHLEY teenager Leah Moorby has been called up to the junior England team for this year's Commonwealth Taekwondo Championships in Edinburgh on November 15-16.

Keighley & Craven trio hit northern heights

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6:05pm Thursday 25th September 2014

KEIGHLEY & Craven Athletic Club's under-13 girls team produced a major triumph by winning the North of England Road Relay Championships last Saturday.

Sharp fishing lands Tony a top trout

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 25th September 2014

TONY Sharp landed a lifetime best 5lb 4oz wild trout while fishing on Keighley Angling Club’s waters on the river Aire between Kildwick and Silsden.

Keighley taekwondo star Moorby steps up to win British crown

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 25th September 2014

KEIGHLEY’S Leah Moorby celebrated her 15th birthday last weekend by becoming the junior -59kg British National champion at the Manchester Velodrome.

Zara's a golden girl in County Wicklow

Keighley News:

11:04am Thursday 25th September 2014

ZARA Knappy is a double medal winner for England.

Silsden get back to winning ways

Keighley News:

11:35am Wednesday 24th September 2014

Silsden 2 AFC Blackpool 0

Scott doubles up – after 45-year wait

Keighley News: David Scott shows off the Skipton Merit trophy alongside runner-up Ian Bernard, right, and Skipton League president Warren Burnett. It is the second time Scott has won the title – 45 years after his first success in the competition

10:53am Thursday 18th September 2014

A BIT of bowls history was made with the completion of the much-delayed Skipton Merit at the SPF green on Sunday.

Proud Foster prepares for Ryder Cup dozen

Keighley News: CUP OF CHEER: Billy Foster, pictured with Lee Westwood the last time he caddied in the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor in 2010, can’t wait to sample the atmosphere again

10:05am Thursday 18th September 2014

BILLY Foster is looking forward to working at his12th Ryder Cup after Lee Westwood made it into the Europe team via a wild-card selection.

Moses wraps up busiest year with Tour of Britain

Keighley News: Moses: Holiday in Australia

9:31am Thursday 18th September 2014

TOM Moses' busiest cycling year ended with the Friends Life Tour of Britain last weekend.

Now Jack is a rising IndyCar star

Keighley News: Jack Hawksworth receives his Verizon IndyCar Series Rising Star award at a glittering ceremony in downtown Los Angeles

10:44am Thursday 11th September 2014

JACK Hawksworth, who was thinking about ditching motor racing to become a personal trainer last winter, has won a prestigious award in his maiden Verizon IndyCar Series campaign.

Victorious vets make light of tough draw

Keighley News: Ken Brenkley notched three wins for Worth Valley's Over-60s Federation team

9:17am Thursday 11th September 2014

WORTH Valley's veterans' team have regained the Federation Over-60s title after a great effort at Haw Hill Park in Littleborough in a round-robin event featuring the top sides from earlier regional rounds.

Turnberry triumph for Keighley Golf Club member

Keighley News: Keighley Golf Club’s Liam Blacka, pictured right next to club professional Andy Rhodes, holds aloft the TaylorMade-adidas Amateur Championship trophy on the steps of the famous Turnberry hotel

10:25am Thursday 4th September 2014

KEIGHLEY Golf Club member Liam Blacka has been crowned TaylorMade-Adidas amateur champion following an exciting final at Turnberry.

Billy Foster relishing Ryder Cup dozen

Keighley News: CUP OF CHEER: Billy Foster, pictured with Lee Westwood the last time he caddied in the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor in 2010, can’t wait to sample the atmosphere again

8:03am Thursday 4th September 2014

BILLY Foster is looking forward to working at his12th Ryder Cup after Lee Westwood made it into the Europe team via a wild-card selection.

Keighley win Clarkson Cup

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9:55am Thursday 4th September 2014

THE CLARKSON Cup final at Silsden Playing Fields saw league champions Cross Hills A lose to old rivals Keighley A but it proved a disappointing affair as, due to holiday commitments and unavailability, the title winners fielded a weakened team.

Bradley cyclist Jamie Ridehalgh sprints to his biggest victory yet victory in Tickhill Grand Prix

Keighley News:

6:00am Thursday 4th September 2014

JAMIE Ridehalgh secured the biggest win of his career in the Tickhill Grand Prix in Doncaster last Sunday.

Danielle's delighted with silver

Keighley News: Danielle Brown competing against Naomi Jones at Nottingham

3:55pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

DANIELLE Brown, who is now training just once a week compared to six times due to her declassification and setting up her own business, won a silver medal last weekend at the Nottingham Building Society GB National Series Finals.

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali claims Youth Olympic bronze

Keighley News: BRONZE BID: Muhammad Ali. Picture: Garry Bowden/SIPPA/BOA

6:11pm Monday 25th August 2014

KEIGHLEY boxer Muhammad Ali admitted he was relieved to put his injury nightmare behind him and walk away from the Youth Olympic Games with a bronze medal around his neck.

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali targets bronze after Stevenson gets better of him again

Keighley News: BRONZE BID: Muhammad Ali. Picture: Garry Bowden/SIPPA/BOA

8:17pm Sunday 24th August 2014

MUHAMMAD Ali insists he can hold his head up high despite the Keighley boxer seeing gold slip through his grasp at the Youth Olympic Games.

Chris Melling relives his missing cue nightmare

Keighley News: Chris Melling won two qualifying rounds before being beaten

9:30am Thursday 21st August 2014

CHRIS Melling admitted that being without his own cue was 'like losing your right arm'.

Cononley pipped to Skipton title by Cross Hills

Keighley News: Cononley's Andrew Town won the Skipton League's Dick Keighley Cup

9:42am Thursday 21st August 2014

THE race for the Skipton League First Division title had a twist in the tail.

Whiteoak in record books again with North of England triumph at Middlesbrough Golf Club

Keighley News: Will Whiteoak receives the Macgill Challenge trophy from Middlesbrough captain Ken Saint

9:33am Thursday 14th August 2014

Will Whiteoak said his third course record in just over 12 months was his best yet after a stunning last-round 62 saw him clinch the North of England Open Amateur Youth title at Middlesbrough.

Battling Skipton are only fourth

Keighley News: COUNTY CONTEST: Skipton’s Inter-District team, pictured last year, compete in the Yorkshire ABA competition at Otley’s Grove Hill Club on Sunday

10:15am Thursday 14th August 2014

SKIPTON Veterans had to make do with fourth position in this year's Yorkshire ABA Inter-District League after they were beaten 36-20 by a Bradford team that once again finished as runners-up to Huddersfield.

Former world champion Lampkin shows off his skills

Keighley News: (9234817)

10:05am Thursday 14th August 2014

A TRIALS biking legend from Silsden staged his annual 'skills school' at the weekend.

Former world champion Lampkin shows off his skills

Keighley News:

9:14am Thursday 14th August 2014

A TRIALS biking legend from Silsden staged his annual 'skills school' at the weekend.

Melling is Shanghaied in Barnsley

Keighley News: Joe Perry was beaten 4-2 by Chris Melling and then praised the Keighley man's natural ability

10:48am Wednesday 13th August 2014

CHRIS Melling, complete with a new cue to replace the one that was lost on the way to last week's Riga Open, has bowed out of the Shanghai Masters qualifiers.

Keighley boxer Ali aims to shake up Shakur

Keighley News: Muhammad Ali is back in China for the Summer Youth Olympics

10:43am Wednesday 13th August 2014

KEIGHLEY'S Muhammad Ali headed to China again yesterday on a revenge mission.

Melling wins with borrowed cue

Keighley News: Chris Melling's cue went missing in transit – but he still won

12:03pm Friday 8th August 2014

CHRIS Melling made an excellent start to his European Tour campaign yesterday in Latvia – despite his cue going missing in transit.

Moses deflated by puncture in Commonwealth Games

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 7th August 2014

GUTTED was the overriding sentiment that came to mind for Tom Moses after the Commonwealth Games men’s road race.

Too many unknown factors on Shergar Cup Day

2:30pm Thursday 7th August 2014

It’s Shergar Cup Day at Ascot this Saturday, where teams of international jockeys take on each other and earn points for the number of winners and placed horses they ride, with an outright winner emerging at the end of the afternoon.

Engine revamp revitalises Wilsden rider Lund's challenge

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 7th August 2014

WILSDEN motorbike rider Andrew Lund returned to form with two podium places in Tristar R&G Triple Challenge Cup Championship at Thruxton.

Scott Thwaites hails Kiwi rival who pipped him to Commonwealth Games silver

Keighley News: Scott Thwaites is pipped to the silver medal on the finishing line by New Zealand's Jack Bauer, left

9:38am Thursday 7th August 2014

SCOTT Thwaites has revealed how the rider that pipped him for the Commonwealth Games silver medal in the men’s road race helped him to a home victory in 2011.

Oakworth rider Moses geared up for Glasgow

Keighley News:

10:40am Thursday 31st July 2014

TOM Moses’ participation in the Commonwealth Games road race on Sunday kicks off a series of high-profile competitions for him.

It's a happy Valley despite defeat

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 31st July 2014

THE Worth Valley have won Division Six of the Federation National League despite losing 19-13 overall to runners-up Leeds B.






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