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.

Denholme weightlifter Rebekah Tiler fourth in Commonwealth Games

Keighley News:

5:20pm Monday 28th July 2014

DENHOLME teenager Rebekah Tiler just missed out on a Commonwealth Games medal - but still came a creditable fourth in the women's -69kg weightlifting.

Denholme star Tiler: Any Commonwealth Games medal will do

Keighley News: READY FOR LIFT-OFF: Rebekah Tiler says she is feeling strong as she prepares to win a Commonwealth Games medal at the age of just 15

11:04am Thursday 24th July 2014

REBEKAH Tiler isn't putting herself under too much pressure as she counts down the days to her event in the Commonwealth Games.

Peat fails to bog down young runners in Cracoe Fell Race

Keighley News: The first three home Pictures: Woodentops.org.uk

10:54am Thursday 24th July 2014

IT WAS was the younger runners who showed everyone the way at this year’s Cracoe Fell Race.

Cononley and Oxenhope bow out of county cup

Keighley News:

10:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

BOTH local hopes in the quarter-finals of the Yorkshire ABA’s County Cup events came to an end in different circumstances last week.

Oakbank pupil Zara's in the silver

Keighley News:

9:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

Oakbank student Zara Knappy has helped Great Britain and Northern Ireland to team silver.

Not such rich pickings for Pickles

8:24am Friday 18th July 2014

KEIGHLEY Angling Club continues to host weekly matches at the River Aire in Kildwick, where the standard of fishing is excellent due to large numbers of fish patrolling its waters.

Bowls weekly round-up

Keighley News: Summer Doubles winners and runners up (from left): Ian Dewhirst and Graham Reay (winners), Trevor Hargreaves (sponsor), Warren Burnett (president),Mick Bastow and Viv Abell (runners-up)

2:07pm Thursday 17th July 2014

SKIPTON played host to the Yorkshire Veterans Association's Hickson Trophy in glorious weather.

Cullingworth Taekwondo ace Ellie remains invincible

Keighley News: Ellie Bowden in action

10:49am Thursday 17th July 2014

Cullingworth's Ellie Bowden won her third straight gold medal with victory in the British International Open in Aylesbury.

Magnificent seven at Ripon

7:26am Thursday 17th July 2014

RIPON hosts the opening meeting of the 2014 Go Racing In Yorkshire Racing Summer Festival this Saturday with a seven-race programme from 2pm.

O'Mara makes his mark at Ilkley

Keighley News: Jonny O'Mara lost 6-3, 7-5 to fourth seed Neil Pauffley

6:45am Thursday 17th July 2014

JONNY O'Mara put together a solid week's tennis at the international $15,000 AEGON Pro-Series Tournament at Ilkley last week.

Riddlesden open courts after £130k revamp

Keighley News:

12:00pm Thursday 10th July 2014

RIDDLESDEN Tennis Club will officially open its new facilities on Sunday, July 20 (2pm) following over £130,000 of investment.

Keighley district youngsters shine in trial

Keighley News:

10:30am Thursday 10th July 2014

BRADFORD District Motor Club’s popular WBS Summer Series trials at Manor Farm, Thorlby attracted a good entry of beginners, novices and youths, with local riders earning success.

Oakworth rider thrilled at Tour de France success

Keighley News: Tom Moses

10:30am Thursday 10th July 2014

OAKWORTH’S professional cyclist Tom Moses believes the success of the Tour de France in Yorkshire will have a ‘massive’ impact on the sport.

James Hall murders course record as he wins at Silsden

Keighley News: Winner James Hall smashed the course record

10:17am Thursday 10th July 2014

JAMES Hall, of Wharfedale Harriers stormed home at the head of 208 runners, in the evening sun, to set a new record time of 6 mins 24 secs in this years’ Murder Mile at Silsden.

Trail mix will be tough test for Tom

Keighley News: Tom Linton-Neal has been selected for the World Championships before he competes in Hawaii

8:02am Thursday 10th July 2014

TOM Linton-Neal is a fitness instructor at the Workouts gyms in Keighley and Shipley.

Live STAGE 2 LIVE BLOG: The Tour de France heads through Addingham, Silsden, Keighley, Haworth, Stanbury and Oxenhope

Keighley News: Cathedral

8:10am Sunday 6th July 2014

More than a million spectators lined the route from Leeds to Harrogate yesterday for the Grand Depart and a million more will be out in force on stage two today as the Tour de France peloton once again snakes it's way through the Bradford district on its way from York to Sheffield.

Record-breaking boost for Tiler ahead of Commonwealth Games

Keighley News: Rebekah Tiler (7748655)

10:44am Thursday 3rd July 2014

REBEKAH Tiler is trying not to get distracted by daydreaming about the Commonwealth Games.

Firth's Bradford double is a first

Keighley News:

9:00am Thursday 3rd July 2014

JAMES Firth has become the first player to retain both of the Bradford Union’s major strokeplay titles.

Local clubs shine in Bradford Millennium relay

Keighley News: Ian Holmes, who has won the Auld Lang Syne race a record 12 times, expects to play second fiddle to the mighty Brownlee brothers this weekend

10:00am Thursday 3rd July 2014

KEIGHLEY & Craven Athletics Club took bronze in the Bradford Millennium Way Relay, which finished at Wagon Lane, Bingley on Sunday.

Golden girl Leah claims another title

Keighley News: Leah Moorby

10:30am Thursday 26th June 2014

KEIGHLEY'S Leah Moorby received a best female fighter award as she won gold in the Red v Blue Open Championship in Dewsbury.

Showboating can shine at Doncaster

8:38am Thursday 26th June 2014

Racing in Yorkshire centres around the two-day meeting at Doncaster tomorrow afternoon and on Saturday evening, the latter supplemented by post-race live music from Triple Brit Award-winning Leeds band, Kaiser Chiefs.

Track and field juniors shine

Keighley News: Will Smith (centre) and Craig Shearer (right) were first and third in the Full Bronte 5

8:26am Thursday 26th June 2014

KEIGHLEY & Craven Athletics Club's junior track and field team have been putting in some strong performances in the Yorkshire & District Athletics League.

Melling defeated in China

10:28am Wednesday 25th June 2014

KEIGHLEY'S Chris Melling was beaten 5-1 by wild-card entrant Zhao Xintong in the first round of the Wuxi Classic in China – the season's opening world-ranking event in Wuxi City.

Keighley rider's delight at Commonwealth Games selection

Keighley News: Tom Moses

10:00am Thursday 19th June 2014

TOM Moses can’t wait to represent his country in the Commonwealth Games next month.

Taylor is hot stuff at cyclo-cross

Keighley News: Guiseley's Nunroyd park hosted the Yorkshire Cyclocross Summer Series.  race won by Jack riding for Team Hope (7082553)

11:32am Thursday 19th June 2014

Keighley riders have been playing a full part in the Yorkshire Cyclo-Cross Association Summer Series.

Hargreaves in unprecedented fifth Valley triumph

Keighley News: Cross Roads v The Hollies
Cross Roads' Richard Hargreaves (7257019)

11:22am Thursday 19th June 2014

Richard Hargreaves of Cross Roads created a little bit of Worth Valley history when he won the Valley Merit for the fifth time recently at Cullingworth to beat all the four times past winners.

Zara is on the climb in mountain running

Keighley News: Zara Knappy will make her Great Britain & Northern Ireland mountain running debut next month

10:33am Thursday 19th June 2014

The incline is getting steeper as far as Zara Knappy's mountain running is going.

Armitstead, Thwaites and Moses picked for Commonwealth Games

Keighley News: Tom Moses was only ten seconds off the front of the Tour of Britain

2:53pm Thursday 12th June 2014

THE Bradford area will be well represented in the Team England cycling squad for the Commonwealth Games.

Will powers to course record at Shipley

Keighley News: Will Whiteoak has a new course record under his belt ahead of some big events later this month

2:55pm Thursday 12th June 2014

HAWORTH golfer Will Whiteoak is hoping he can take his record-breaking form into Open qualifying later this month.

Golden girl Latham bounces back in style for GB

Keighley News: Cononley’s Beth Latham, middle front, celebrates with the GB team in the World Cup at Lee Valley. Beth won gold with the K1 women’s team.

9:30am Thursday 12th June 2014

BETH Latham put her psychological toughness to the test at the weekend.

Latham strikes gold in GB clean sweep

Keighley News: Beth Latham won gold in the women's K1 team event at Lee Valley

6:48pm Sunday 8th June 2014

Cononley’s Beth Latham helped Great Britain complete a clean sweep of team event titles at the Canoe Slalom World Cup in Lee Valley today.

Wiggins set to miss Tour de France

Keighley News: Sir Bradley Wiggins has accepted that he may have to move from Team Sky to compete in the Tour de France again

10:34am Friday 6th June 2014

Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed he is likely to miss this year's Tour de France as Team Sky focus their efforts around defending champion Chris Froome.

Senior success key for Rebekah in Commonwealth Games selection

Keighley News: The British Senior Championships at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena was the third time that Rebekah Tiler has broken the Commonwealth Games qualifying mark recently

9:30am Thursday 5th June 2014

Rebekah Tiler certainly wasn’t counting her chickens when it came to selection for the Commonwealth Games this summer.

Keighley star Leah adds to medal tally in Austria

Keighley News: Leah Moorby, right, with Bianca Walkden

1:00pm Thursday 5th June 2014

KEIGHLEY’S Leah Moorby marked her first international appearance since returning from the Junior World Championships in Taiwan with another medal-winning performance in the Austrian International Open Championships.

Oakbank student Zara part of triumphant England team

Keighley News: Zara Knappy

12:00pm Thursday 5th June 2014

Oakworth’s Zara Knappy, a Year 13 A level student at Oakbank School represented England on Sunday in the annual Home International Challenge Cup at the Karrimor Great Trail event held in Keswick, Cumbria.

Silsden slip to Horsforth in crunch clash

Keighley News: Silsden’s David Wynn took 5-43 but ended up on the losing side against Olicanian

11:00am Thursday 5th June 2014

SILSDEN couldn’t overcome a strong Horsforth side despite a good effort with the ball as the Division Three pace-setters met at Keighley Road.

Latham hits heights in European Canoeing Championship final

Keighley News: Beth Latham hit the heights in Vienna

10:00am Wednesday 4th June 2014

Cononley’s Beth Latham finished seventh in her first senior championship final.

'Magician' Chris Melling can't repeat his Gold-en start

Keighley News: Pool ace Chris Melling bowed to teenager Ross Muir in the Australian Goldfields Open

6:30pm Monday 2nd June 2014

Chris Melling could not back up his victory over Matthew Stevens in the World Snooker qualifiers in Gloucester.

Five-star Wear destroys Baildon

Keighley News: Jack Beetham in action for Keighley

10:35am Wednesday 4th June 2014

Keighley and Undercliffe returned to winning ways last Saturday after suffering their first defeats of the season the previous weekend.

Rebekah's gunning for Commonwealth Games gold

Keighley News: The British Senior Championships at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena was the third time that Rebekah Tiler has broken the Commonwealth Games qualifying mark recently

6:40pm Friday 30th May 2014

Rebekah Tiler may be the youngest competitor in England’s weightlifting and powerlifting squad for the Commonwealth Games squad in Glasgow.

Weightlifter Rebekah named in Commonwealth Games squad

Keighley News: The British Senior Championships at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena was the third time that Rebekah Tiler has broken the Commonwealth Games qualifying mark recently

11:50am Friday 30th May 2014

Denholme teenager Rebekah Tiler has been named in England's 16-strong weightlifting and powerlifting team for Glasgow 2014, announced today by Team England.

Cross Hills bowler in the mix ahead of Yorkshire debut

Keighley News: Wetherspoon Spring Doubles finalists at Sutton BC. From left, runners-up Matty Simpson and Ian Bernard, president Warren Burnett, winners Darryl Gore and Jim Akrigg

11:00am Thursday 29th May 2014

Two major Yorkshire ABA finals were completed last weekend, with local interest maintained in both up to the latter stages.

Silsden's Phoebe Wainman is stock car superstar

Keighley News: Phoebe Wainman has made a big impression

8:49am Thursday 29th May 2014

Stock car racing is not a usual sport for 18-year-old girls – but for Phoebe Wainman it is a way of life.

Melling books his passage to China

Keighley News: Chris Melling is concentrating on snooker for the time being as he tirs to make a global mark in the most lucrative cue sport

5:10pm Tuesday 27th May 2014

Keighley’s Chris Melling is China-bound, having qualified for the season’s first major tournament on the world circuit.

Keighley pool star Melling makes snooker switch

Keighley News: Chris Melling has earned a two-year world tour card

10:30am Thursday 22nd May 2014

Keighley’s Chris Melling is hoping to make it third time lucky as a snooker player after earning a two-year tour card on the world circuit.

Wilsden rider Lund still leads way

Keighley News: Wilsden’s David Lund celebrates one of his wins at Oulton Park. Pictures: Aaron Scott (London Bikers)

1:00pm Thursday 15th May 2014

Wilsden motorbike racer David Lund has extended his lead at the top of the Tristar R&G Triple Challenge.

Going to Coventry suits Rebekah just fine

Keighley News: The British Senior Championships at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena was the third time that Rebekah Tiler has broken the Commonwealth Games qualifying mark recently

6:20pm Monday 12th May 2014

Rebekah Tiler gave another astonishing demonstration of her prowess at the weekend.

Lampkin is a Scottish Six-Day Trial gr-eight

Keighley News: Dougie Lampkin on the way to his eighth Scottish Six-Day Trial victory

5:50pm Monday 12th May 2014

Silsden's Dougie Lampkin has won the Scottish Six Day Trial for a record eighth time, putting his intense preparation in the hills of North Yorkshire to good use.

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