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Keighley flyweight Muhammad Ali will not be taking on rival Jack Bateson due to injury

World Series next for Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali after eye injury forces Bateson bout call-off

Bronte Tykes members proudly show off their new kit while meeting Olympic legend Sir Chris Hoy in Skipton recently

Former champion helping new Keighley cycling club ride high

Rebekah Tiler lifted 93kg in the snatch and 118kg in the clean and jerk at the World Weightlifting Championships in Houston

Rebekah is 13th in World Championships

Horizon Taekwondo Academy member Aliyah Taj, 17, from Keighley, prepares for her bout at the Doncaster One-On-One Sparring Competition at Doncaster Dome

Sky's the limit after Horizon debuts

Pickles appointment signals Keighley Angling Club's intent to attract more youngsters

Pickles appointment signals Keighley Angling Club's intent to attract more youngsters

Rebekah Tiler is in the A category alongside Great Britain team-mate Zoe Smith for the World Championships in Houston

Denholme's Rebekah Tiler put in top section for World Championships

Will Whiteoak is one of five newcomers in the England A men's squad for 2015-16 Picture: Leaderboard Photography

England A call-up for Whiteoak

Muhammad Ali is still suffering from an eye injury

Eye injury forces Muhammad Ali to call off Jack Bateson bout

Timely ace for Keighley's Kazimier

Chris Brown won his favoured event – the 50 metres backstroke – for Yorkshire in 32.58 seconds

Brown back to his best as Yorkshire retain title

Oakbank School student Ffion Myers, who is enjoying table tennis success. (47251635)

Oakbank club member picked for Yorkshire

Cullingworth driver Jack Hawksworth hoping to Star in Daytona endurance race

Cullingworth driver Jack Hawksworth hoping to Star in Daytona endurance race

Keighley & Craven's winning under-11 boys' team. From left, Charlie Whitehead, Luke Meikle, Addison Willis, Sam Conroy, Aryaan Ghaffoor and Donnabhan Rudden. Missing was Sam Benson, who was 15th Picture: Dave Woodhead

Cliffe home is Keighley & Craven's Castle

Keighley's Muhammad Ali is due to box GB flyweight team-mate Jack Bateson in Sheffield

Trainer's concern over recovery time for Keighley boxer ahead of crunch clash

Keighley's Ibrahim Nadim

Keighley youngster Nadim through to quarter-final

Strike Taekwondo students, pictured with Grand Master Vohra and club instructor Lisa Winteridge, show off their certificates

Keighley taekwondo students belt up successfully

Bingley's Rob Jebb made it two wins in as many National Trophy races Picture: Andrew Jackson

Jebb makes it two victories in National Trophy

Tom Barras on the road for NFTO. The Keighley rider is taking up a new role as Director Sportif for his team following retirement    Picture: swpix.com

Retiring Barras relishing new director role at NFTO

Ellie Bowden, right, in action on her way to a gold medal in the Yorkshire Open

Golden girls Ellie and Cara shine in Horizon victory

Warm weather provides good sport on River Aire

Warm weather provides good sport on River Aire

Rebekah Tiler, seen competing in the World Youth Championships in Peru earlier this year, has broken three British senior records at the Northern Open Picture: Vesic Photography

Rebekah's triple British record is big boost ahead of World Championships

Keighley's Jacob Snowdon won Class A at Yeadon-Guiseley Motor Club's Ninth Closed to Club Trial at Dob Park on Sunday

Jacob grabs his chance for glory after smash

Leah Moorby shows off her European junior bronze

Bronze hat-trick for Keighley taekwondo star Leah Moorby

Rob Jebb won his first cyclo-cross race as a veteran at Derby Picture: Andrew Jackson

Young and Jebb take veterans' titles

Jack Carthy demonstrates some of the skills that have made him one of the best in the world at his sport

Carthy riding high among world's elite

Keighley's Leah Moorby, who is unbeaten domestically this season, has been picked for the GB under-21 squad in addition to the junior one

Keighley's Leah Moorby picked for Under-21 European Championships

Silsden's Jamie Kidd (red headguard), 13, shone at the tag-team demonstration event in the World Taekwondo Grand Prix at Manchester Arena

Silsden youngster enjoys his tag-team limelight

Nice silvers for Keighley gym member

Cononley's Ian Taylor faded to finish ninth at Southampton

Taylor can't sustain fast start


Dougie Lampkin third in Scott Trial

The Great Britain team, including Rebekah Tiler (second right, front row) at the European Junior and Under-23 Weightlifting Championships in Lithuania

Tiler's delight at medal bonanza

Under-12 girls' winner Charlotte Barrett (Whnarfedale Harriers) at the Wasdale Show Fell Race Picture: Geoff Thompson

Leap of faith secures BOFRA title for Wharfedale Harrier Ted at Wasdale

Silsden are below par in Top Lady team event

Silsden are below par in Top Lady team event

Rhys Watmough (No 2), Louis Hudson (No 3) and Jack Hutchinson (B) took Keighley & Craven Athletic Club to under-13 boys' national glory in Birmingham

Keighley & Craven are kings of the road

Keighley & Craven Juniors lead the way in a junior race at the Withins Skyline fell race near Haworth  Picture: Dave Woodhead

Records tumble at Withins Skyline race

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali

Injury blow for Ali

Muhammad Ali, right, has reached the World Championship quarter-finals

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali through to world quarter-final

Keighley prevent Whinfield double

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali prepares to take on world's best in bid to reach Rio

Rebekah Tiler

Tiler bids for Euro glory ahead of World Champs

Tennis Heaton coaches, from left, Kyle Haq, Carrie Wagstaff and head coach Matt McTurk with 2014 Search for a Star winner Tia Rose Ellington, six

Keighley session could lead to free tennis scholarship

Snowdon keeps it clean at Deepcliff

Chris Taylor, right, in action

Taylor-made national recognition for Eastburn club

Cross Hills' Andrew Tate

Dowgill and Tate triumph at third attempt

Keighley & Craven Athletics Club's James Lund, who came fifth in the Junior Home International Mountain Running Championships at Betws-y-Coed in Wales, helping England A to team glory

James helps England to glory

Joe Hudson had another winning run Picture: Geoff Thompson

Buckley win is just what doctor ordered

James Barwick

Nice reward for Keighley gym member

Strike Taekwondo Black Belt gradings. From left: Damien Barber, Lisa Winteridge, Grand Master Tony Vohra, Charlotte Jewsbury, Ben Mitchell

Three Strikes and you're in - for a Black Belt!

David Scott

Buxton pair are worthy winners

Keighley Leisure Centre manager Kirsty Reynolds, centre, celebrates Silsden's Jamie Kidd's British National Championship success with his mother and Horizon Taekwondo Academy coach Natalie Kidd

Ellie and Jamie among six of the best as Horizon broadens

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