Cricket News: Return; and Return, of the Legend!

Metro Devils Cricket Team

With the first Metro game of the season postponed to allow all Metro footballers to attend the first “Chris East Memorial Cup” competition on St George’s Day it fell to the Devils to get the cricket season underway on the last day of April. This was a return to the scene of their final winning game of last season; the “cradle of cricket” at Hambledon in Hampshire, in the beautiful south downs. The sun shone as if spring had arrived as the team reached the ground in good time and then all that arduous out of season training paid off as Dave called heads and the umpire confirmed the toss had been won by the visitors.

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Wheels for Wellbeing : Cycles Made for Two -Tandem Cycling rides!

Cycles made for 2 - Tandem Cycling with Wheels for Wellbeing

Wheels for Wellbeing : Cycles Made for Two – Summer 2016 Tandem Cycling rides

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Tournament report: PSFL End of Season Chris East Memorial Cup

Football: London Metro FC

London Metro Futsal Club took two teams to the end of season tournament in Swindon, renamed for the tournament after their former player, Chris East.

The ‘A’ team were looking to go one better than both the early season cup and the league, where they had two 2nd place finishes, and the ‘B’ team were hoping to recreate the form that took them to the semi-final of the early season tournament.

The cup format was the same as before, with the 9 league teams playing each other in a round-robin group stage (8 games of 8 minutes each in all) and the top four teams going on to contest the semi-finals and final.

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There’s still time to book your place at the 2016 North East Vision Impaired Tennis Regional!

North East Vision Impaired Tennis Regional

Greetings Champions! There’s still time to book your place at the 2016 North East Regional! We have a whopping 29 entries so far but we still have space for more!

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Archery News: All disabled Archers Now pay 25% of the full Archery GB fee

What has been voted in is that now all disabled archers pay 25% of the full Archery GB fee. This works out at approximately £10 per disabled archer.

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