Peter Clark wins his dad's cup

Craven Herald: CUP JOY: Peter Clark, right, receives the cup from Skpiton League president who is flanked by the competition runner up Martyn Loftus

9:39am Thursday 17th April 2014

There was a popular winner of the Skipton and District Bowling League’s season-opening Jeff Clark Spring Floodlight individual competition.

Ermysted's power to Yorkshire Cup win

Craven Herald: The victorious Ermysted's team

9:33am Thursday 3rd April 2014

Ermysted’s Grammar School 28 Ripon Grammar School 0

Boat Race defeat for Izzy's crew

Craven Herald: Izzy Vyvyan was in the defeated Cambridge crew

10:53am Monday 31st March 2014

There was disappointment for Threshfield’s Izzy Vyvyan as her Cambridge University crew were defeated in the Newton Women’s Boat Race at Henley on Sunday.

Silsden riders are class acts

Craven Herald: Alfie Lampkin Picture: Barry Robinson

4:00pm Thursday 27th March 2014

There were plenty of local competitors to the fore at Rough Holden last Saturday, where Bradford Motor Club staged the fifth round of the Autowbars Novice and Beginners’ Championship Series for a total of 51 contenders.

Threshfield's Izzy in Cambridge crew

Craven Herald: Izzy Vyvyan hopes to give Oxford the blues

12:41pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Threshfield’s Izzy Vyvyan is hoping for a winning debut in the Newton Women’s Boat Race on Sunday.

Winning Gamble for Skipton

Craven Herald: Amanda Kilner is new captain

Skipton Golf Club’s Ladies team has won through to the third round of the 2014 Ladies Mail on Sunday knockout competition.

Harlequins defeated in close encounter

Wyke A 21 Cowling Harlequins 20

Hockey umpire Peter's not ready to quit at 75!

Craven Herald: Hocley umpire Peter Deighton loves giving something back to the game, having retired as a player 30 years ago

10:20am Thursday 13th March 2014

Keighley hockey umpire Peter Deighton may have just turned 75 but he is not ready to blow the final whistle in a role spanning over 30 years.

Unseeded Andy beats four seeds to reach British final

Craven Herald: Winter Mixed Tennis League Tables

10:10am Thursday 13th March 2014

Bradley’s Andrew Hutchinson knocked out four seeds in reaching the final of the over-50 singles at the British Open Seniors' Indoor Tennis Championships.

Ruby is a gem as Skipton GHS sparkle

Craven Herald: The Skipton Girls High School Year 8 team of Hannah Raistrick, Emily Jones, Eleanor Root, Ruby Schofield and Angelina Bairstow

Skipton Girls High School’s Year 8 team were crowned Northern Schools Cross Country champions at Stret-ford on Saturday.

Cowling Harlequins are clinical as they defeat Odsal Sedbergh

Craven Herald: owling’s Simon Burgoyne charges in for a try against Odsal        Picture: Nigel Chew

Cowling Harlequins 36 Odsal Sedbergh A 4

Settle's Olympic skier to quit

Craven Herald: Emma Lonsdale

10:10am Thursday 27th February 2014

Emma Lonsdale wasted little time in announcing her retirement after completing her Winter Olympic debut in Sochi – after all it’s a decision that she’s put off for the past two years.

Harlequins' cup dream shattered

9:14am Thursday 27th February 2014

Cowling Harlequins 6 Siddal A 38

Heartbreak for Brown after failure to overturn Paralympic ban

Craven Herald: Danielle Brown has been denied a hat-trick bid for Paralympic gold in Rio

3:10pm Tuesday 18th February 2014

Lothersdale’s Danielle Brown has spoken of her ‘heartbreak’ after losing her protest against the reclassification which ruled out her bid for a third successive Paralympic gold medal in 2016.

Forrest revs up for late push in rally

Craven Herald: Andy Forrest at the wheel of his Ford Escort. Picture: Mark Newbould

12:41pm Thursday 13th February 2014

Two Craven crews performed well in the testing Riponian Rally.

Harlequins are no longer the jokers

Craven Herald: Ross Pearson diving over from acting half to give his side the lead. Picture: Nigel Chew

12:49pm Thursday 13th February 2014

Cowling Harlequins 22 Moorends A 6

Bethany Widdup is peak performer

Craven Herald: Bethany Wiidup has the logo of her sponsors Walkers Bakers and Chocolatiers on her helmet

10:00am Friday 7th February 2014

Talented Colne skier Bethany Widdup has had a busy start to the New Year. She has given her personal account of her progress to date.

Crosswaite hopes dashed on last lap

Craven Herald: Martin Crosswaite in action at Keighley Gate. Picture by Barry Robinson

1:00pm Thursday 6th February 2014

East Morton landlord Martin Crosswaite had to settle for fourth place in the expert category of Yeadon-Guiseley Motor Club’s Cobb & Jagger Trophy Trial at Keighley Gate last Sunday.

England call for Silsden canoe slalomist Connor

Craven Herald: Connor Bailey will be facing competitors from Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the Pan Celtic Cup

10:30am Thursday 6th February 2014

Silsden teenager Connor Bailey has been selected to represent England in the Pan Celtic Cup canoe slalom event.

Connor and Beth picked by England

Craven Herald: Connor Bailey in action

10:00am Thursday 6th February 2014

Silsden teenager Connor Bailey has been selected to represent England in the Pan Celtic Cup canoe slalom event.

Amanda Kilner brings young approach to job as Skipton's lady captain

Craven Herald: Amanda Kilner is new captain

8:59am Thursday 6th February 2014

Amanda Kilner should feel at home as Skipton Golf Club’s youngest lady captain.

Lucy Eaton scoops top award as Skipton golfers collect their 2013 honours

Craven Herald: Lucy Eaton receives her Golfer of the Year award from Skipton captain Andy Guest

12:44pm Thursday 30th January 2014

As the new season fast approaches Skipton Golf Club held its presentation evening for 2013.

Quest founder Mike likes his Yorkshire mix

Craven Herald: Quest Taekwondo practice cover drills

5:20pm Tuesday 28th January 2014

Almost 25 years since he introduced the sport to the region, 7th Dan Black Belt Mike McKenzie was back to take the first training session of the year at Quest Taekwondo’s new venue of Sir Titus Salt School.

Barnoldswick's Lucy Horrocks takes silver medal in national cyclo cross championships

Craven Herald: Barnoldswick's Lucy Horrocks takes silver medal in national cyclo cross championships

8:53am Thursday 16th January 2014

Barnoldswick’s Lucy Horrocks, right, followed up her victory in the National Trophy Series by winning a silver medal in the National Cyclo Cross Championships at Derby.

Talented Child rocks rivals at Harden

Craven Herald: Fraiser Lampkin is one to warcged

8:20am Thursday 16th January 2014

Earby’s Richard Taylor picked up only two penalties but had to settle for second place in the first round of Bradford District Motor Club’s Autowbars Championship Trial at Deepcliffe Farm, Harden.

Barnoldswick's Lucy Horrocks wins national cyclo cross title

Craven Herald: Lucy Horrocks, centre, with her gold medal

12:24pm Thursday 9th January 2014

Barnoldswick’s Hope factory team cyclo-cross rider Lucy Horrocks started the new year with a bang by winning the under-14 girls National Trophy Series last Sunday.

Anne's World Cup selection for England in safe hands

Craven Herald: Anne Rawlinson has been picked as goalkeeper for England’s over-60s in the Masters World Cup

10:00am Thursday 9th January 2014

One of hockey’s largest veterans tournament will have local interest as Anne Rawlinson, from Sutton-in-Craven, has been selected to play for England.

Competitors refuse to be weather-beaten in Silsden Fun Run

Craven Herald: Competitors get ready to brave the conditions at the start of the Silsden Fun Run

1:00pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A hardy band of 73 runners of all ages braved the atrocious conditions on New Year’s Day to complete the 30th running of the annual Silsden Fun Run.

Holder Waites falls in first round

Craven Herald: Scott Waites starts the defence of his title against Alan Norris

9:30pm Sunday 5th January 2014

Defending champion Scott Waites crashed out of the BDO World Championship at the first hurdle after a comprehensive 3-0 defeat by Alan Norris.

Lampkin wins on home turf

Craven Herald: Jacob Snowdon hands over funds raised for Yorkshire Air Ambulance

10:30am Thursday 2nd January 2014

Silsden’s Dougie Lampkin made one of his rare trial appearances on Boxing Day at Howden Wood, where he won the hard-course class riding his Gas Gas machine in the Bradford DMC contest.

Tom Addison sees out old year in style with victory in Auld Lang Syne race

Craven Herald: Ladies' winner Holly Page and men's winner Tom Addison

9:00am Thursday 2nd January 2014

The mud and wet did not deter Helm Hill’s Tom Addison as he ended the year the way he started it with victory on Haworth Moor.

Tom Addison wins Auld Lang Syne Race

Craven Herald: Ladies' winner Holly Page and men's winner Tom Addison

5:05pm Tuesday 31st December 2013

Around 600 runners took part in the popular annual Auld Lang Syne Fell Race on Haworth Moor today.

GB call for Horizon youngsters

Craven Herald: Jamie Simpson-Kidd, Ellie Bowden and Karl Harris

12:26pm Tuesday 31st December 2013

A trio of youngsters have become the latest members of the Horizon Taekwondo Academy to be accepted to the Great Britain Cadet Development Team.

Tough opening test for holder Waites

Craven Herald: Scott Waites starts the defence of his title against Alan Norris

4:10pm Monday 30th December 2013

Bradford-born Scott Waites is involved in first-session afternoon action when the Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships starts on Saturday at Frimley Green.

Commitment is rewarded at Skipton Kickboxing Academy

Craven Herald: From left, Skipton Kickboxing Academy members Kieran Burrass, Chris Kinsey, Gemma Hudson and Jack Burrass with their trophies

1:40pm Thursday 19th December 2013

Skipton Kickboxing Academy (SKA) are celebrating a stellar year.

No slip sliding away for Taylor in Trophy cyclo-cross tester

Craven Herald: Barnoldswick-based Team Hope Factory Racing members Dave Collins, left, and Daniel Booth tackle the notorious banking at Peel Park last Sunday during the fifth round of the National Trophy

12:18pm Thursday 19th December 2013

Cononley’s Ian Taylor was just happy to be back on the podium at Peel Park last Sunday.

Eastburn pair hailed after final displays

Craven Herald: Ambreen Sadiq with her semi-final win certificate

10:20am Thursday 19th December 2013

Eastburn Amateur Boxing Club coach Naz Jalil has paid tribute to two of his members after they narrowly missed out on national titles.

Lothersdale golden-girl Danielle Brown to challenge para archery ban

Craven Herald: Danielle Brown shot a perfect arrow to clinch her first able-bodied British title

8:30am Thursday 12th December 2013

Lothersdale archer Danielle Brown is hoping to overturn the heartbreaking decision which prevents her from bidding for a third Paralympic gold medal in Rio in 2016.

Craven bowlers mourn Tunney's death

Craven Herald: Phil Tunney in action winning the Worth Valley Ogden Handicap against Trevor Hargreaves

11:40am Thursday 21st November 2013

Craven Bowling Club suffered a big loss, in every sense of the word, with the death of Phil Tunney who lost his brave fight against cancer last week at the early age of 39.

Skiier Bethany gets baker's dough

Craven Herald: Bethany Widdup in action

11:26am Thursday 21st November 2013

A talented young alpine skier who worked full time at a bakers this Summer to raise dough to fund her Winter season has landed a sponsorship deal.

Bronte sisters clinch World Masters medals

Craven Herald: Brenda Tate, centre, and Heather Sanderson, right, on the podium with Finland’s Arja Scarsbru

12:12pm Thursday 21st November 2013

Bronte Wheelers-Neophix ‘pedalling pensioners’ Brenda Tate and Heather Sanderson enjoyed medal success at the Masters World Track Championships at Manchester Velodrome.

Heartache as archer Brown is ruled out

Craven Herald: Danielle Brown shoots during the women's individual compound final

11:34am Thursday 14th November 2013

Danielle Brown’s hopes of winning a third Paralympic gold medal in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 have been dashed.

Bombshell for Brown as she is ruled out of Rio Paralympics

Craven Herald: Danielle Brown celebrates winning gold in the women's individual compound open at the London 2012 Paralympic Games

7:58pm Friday 8th November 2013

Lothersdale's Double Paralympic champion Danielle Brown has been ruled out of future international Para-Archery events after a change in the sport’s classification rules.

World Championship medals for Brown and Bottomley

Craven Herald: Shipley's Phil Bottomley won bronze in the men's recurve team event

4:31pm Thursday 7th November 2013

Lothersdale’s Danielle Brown and Shipley’s Phil Bottomley increased Britain’s medal tally at the Para World Archery Championships in Thailand.

Silsden taekwondo coach nominated for award

Craven Herald: Rick Simpson, centre, has been short-listed for West Yorkshire coach of the year

3:00pm Thursday 7th November 2013

Silsden taekwondo coach Rick Simpson has been shortlisted for the West Yorkshire Coach of the Year Award.

Silsden youngster is golden girl in Serbia

Craven Herald: Natasha Burdock, second left, with club-mates and coach Rick Simpson, right

12:00pm Thursday 7th November 2013

Quest Taekwondo’s Natasha Burdock, from Silsden, bagged another gold medal after winning the Serbian Open in front of 1,500 spectators at the Hala Pionir Stadium in Belgrade.

Skipton's Elrick is shaping up

Craven Herald: Malcolm Elrick is aiming high

10:00am Thursday 7th November 2013

Malcolm Elrick is heading for the gym in a bid to win blind golf’s order of merit for a third time.

Skipton's Elrick on top of world

6:00am Thursday 31st October 2013

Skipton’s blind golfer Malcolm Elrick is feeling on top of the world.

Giggleswick cricketers win top accolade

Craven Herald: Callum Lockett with the Duke of Edinburgh

10:07am Thursday 24th October 2013

Giggleswick first team cricketer Callum Lockett and headmaster Geoffrey Boult were presented with the 2013 Forty Club trophy at the Cricket Society’s annual dinner, in the Long Room at Lord’s where they met the Duke of Edinburgh who is the patron of the Forty Club. Giggleswick School beat 11 other schools who received nominations for the title.

Dougie Lampkin equals his dad's record

Craven Herald: Dougie Lampkin on his way to victory

10:39am Thursday 24th October 2013

Silsden ace Dougie Lampkin defied the pain of a badly gashed toe on his left foot as he rode to victory in Satur- day’s Scott Trial at Marske.






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