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PRESENTATION: Weymouth Amateur Boxing Club president David Nelmes receives cheques from Sport England, Weymouth & Portland Lions and Dorset Health and Wellbeing

Boxing: Weymouth ABC show gratitude for funding boost

WINNING TRAINER: Colin Tizzard

Racing: Wetherby victory for Sew On Target

IN THE MIX: Anneka Rogers, left, for the Seasiders at Redlands

Hockey: Mixed fortunes for Weymouth's ladies

SUMMER CROWN: Bay Fencing

Netball: League stars celebrate at awards evening

WINNING TRAINER: Anthony Honeyball (Picture: GARY DAY/PINNACLE)

Racing: Honeyball hails As De Fer comeback

INTO THE SEMI-FINALS: Budmouth B, from left to right, Brad Burroughs, Ben Graham and Moses Lewis

Table tennis: Handicap Cup last four finalised

IN THE SADDLE: Victoria Pendleton

Point-to-point: Victoria Pendleton denied in a thrilling finish at Milborne St Andrew

GOOD START TO SEASON: Charlie Cox

Cycling: Charlie Cox stars in Sulis Scorpions Race Series

GOLDEN GIRL: Bryony Shaw celebrates in Miami. Pictures: RICHARD LANGDON/BRITISH SAILING TEAM

Sailing: Shaw seals a golden World Cup hat-trick in Miami, while Dempsey secures silver

PHOTO-FINISH: Victoria Pendleton on Pacha Du Polder

Point-to-point: Victoria Pendleton denied first winner at Milborne St Andrew

WINNER: Harry Fry-trained Thomas Brown

Racing: Double for Harry Fry’s yard

ON THE CHARGE: Tom Scudamore on board Thistlecrack at Cheltenham this afternoon

Racing: Awesome Thistlecrack demolishes Cleeve rivals at Cheltenham

STABLE STAR: Camping Ground

Racing: Camping Ground has world ambitions

PLAYER OF THE MATCH: Casey Foot showed grit and determination for the Weymouth first team

Hockey: Seasiders secure winning double

PERTEMPS POSSIBILITY: Unowhatimeanharry, ridden by Noel Fehily (red cap), could go at Exeter next month

Racing: Fry exploring options for Unowhatimeanharry

ON BOARD: Victoria Pendleton

Point-to-point: Victoria Pendleton set to ride at MIlborne St Andrew

STABLE STAR: Thistlecrack

Racing: Thistlecrack in mix for Cleeve Hurdle

PRIDE OF DORSET: Portland's Jay Lelliott

Swimming: Jet-setting Jay Lelliott misses out on test with Michael Phelps

TOP SEASIDERS: Weymouth, back row, left to right: Luke Drewitt, Aaron Wilkinson, Roly Gill, David Civil, Mike Westlake, Ben Simpson, David Games, David Beaudro. Front: Matt Underhill, Dan Bowles, Matt Bell, Steve Membury, Simon Harvey and Pat May

Hockey: Weymouth back on promotion track

AT THE TABLE: Shipton Gorge A, from left: Gil Roberts, Miranda Edwardes and Terry Whitworth

Table tennis: Springfield close in on league title

COUNTY TOWN JOY: The Dorchester Ladies Vivienne team celebrate their latest success

Bowls: County town club in double delight

MIAMI MAGIC: Bryony Shaw has dominated in Miami over the last few years

Sailing: Bryony Shaw’s hoping for more Miami glory

ON THE UP: Rhodri Tanner in action

Rugby: Portland's Rhodri Tanner is one to watch

WORLD BID: Colin Tizzard-trained Thistlecrack

Racing: Thistlecrack entered for World Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival

SET FOR ACTION: Lord Gideon Grey will take on Marty Scurll for the UPW World Heavyweight Championship

Wrestling: Fight fans braced for birthday bash

ON TARGET: Weymouth’s Emily Austin scored for the first team

Hockey: Sophie at double for the Seasiders

FILLED IN AT LEFT-BACK: Weymouth’s Luke Drewitt on the ball

Hockey: Weymouth fall short despite fight back

BACK IN ACTION: Bitofapuzzle

Racing: Harry Fry keen to press on with Bitofapuzzle

WINNING DUO: Jockey Paddy Brennan (left) and trainer Colin Tizzard celebrate with the trophy after winning the King George VI Steeple Chase with Cue Card during day one of the William Hill Winter Festival at Kempton

Racing: Colin Tizzard dreaming of Festival double

GOLD CUP FOCUS: Cue Card

Racing: One in a million Cue Card steps it up a gear

STARS: Will Jolliffe and April Heasman

Table Tennis: Weymouth duo in Waterside success

SCORED THE WINNER: Weymouth’s Jodie Stone

Hockey: Stone strikes to sink league leaders

IN LEAGUE: Jurassic Coast Raptors

American football: Momentous occasion as Raptors join national set-up

EXCITING TIMES AHEAD: Sophie Keech

Golf: Sophie Keech is ready for tour bow

SAD LOSS: Terry Symes

Bowls: Tributes paid to club stalwart Symes

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DRIVE-IN: New club captains Ian Kearley and Pat Baldwin, front, get their stints underway at Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club

Golf: Grant Gerrard grabs the Sunday honours at Bridport

TOP TRIO: Budmouth C, from left to right: Ethan Gear, Jamie Blair and Will Jolliffe

Table tennis: Duo rack up the points as Budmouth C edge to victory

MIDFIELD MAESTRO: Charlie Davis in action for the Magpies

Magpies: Cargill’s progress thrills ace Charlie

JUBILANT: Megan Pascoe

Sailing: World joy for sailing star Pascoe

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FOCUSED: Ed Zanin, left, battles for the ball for Weymouth Reserves in their friendly against Dorchester Sports

Football: Asagba's high hopes for a better run in 2016

SPOKE OUT: Paul Blake

Athletics: Paul Blake backs up claims on Paralympic sponsorship

WHAT A YEAR: Puddletown's James Shanes

Motorsport: Star rider Shanes earns prestigious award

GOOD FORM: Unowhatimeanharry, left, gets the better of Final Nudge at Cheltenham

Racing: Lanzarote Hurdle bid for Unowhatimeanharry

YOUNGEST CHAMP: County singles champion Ben Riley, left, and runner-up Brian Baker, right

Short-mat bowls: Brilliant Ben Riley is youngest winner of Dorset crown

IRELAND TRIP: Bitofapuzzle ridden by Noel Fehily

Racing: Bitofapuzzle set for Ireland run

ROCKED: Seaborough handler Harry Fry’s Jolly’s Cracked It is out for the season

Racing: Blow for Harry Fry as Jolly’s Cracked It ruled out for season

CUP OF JOY: Mike Smeaton, right, receives the Hambro Golf Cup from Lord Fellowes of West Stafford DL, president of The Society of Dorset Men

Golf: Prestigious prize for ace Smeaton

WORRYING TIMES: Bridport ABC chief Alan Slaney fears his club may have to close

Boxing: Slaney fearing for Bridport fight club’s future

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TRAINER: Harry Fry

Racing: Exeter win for Harry Fry's Activial

ON THE CHARGE: Camping Ground, left, on the first lap of the Dornan Engineering Relkeel Hurdle

Racing: Camping Ground in a world mission for Robert Walford

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