Victoria Park doubles pair do it again

Salisbury Journal: Victoria Park doubles pair do it again

8:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

VICTORIA Park’s Richard Hamshaw and Diane Wilson were crowned champions of the Sarum League Tournament for a second time.

Triple wins for Bemerton over fraught Robins

Salisbury Journal: Jack Slade

4:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

THREE goals in the first half-an-hour saw Bemerton Heath Harlequins post an impressive 3-1 scoreline over relegation-wounded Downton for the third time.

Matt raises cash to pursue racing dream

Salisbury Journal: Matt Hammond

12:37pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A RACING fanatic from Salisbury has used the past four years to raise £30,000 needed to secure a place in the admired MINI Challenge Championship

White pounces twice in thumping: SALISBURY CITY 3-0 WELLING UNITED

Salisbury Journal: White pounces twice in thumping: SALISBURY CITY 3-0 WELLING UNITED

8:54am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

SALISBURY City dispatched of Welling United in the space of six minutes as they coasted to a three nil thumping to end their home campaign joyfully.

Football fever at City home

Salisbury Journal: Players coaching Salisbury youngsters in the new year

6:00am Monday 21st April 2014

TEAMS can sign-up to Salisbury City’s inaugural football festival at the Ray Mac.

Low entries could see tournaments abolished

Salisbury Journal: Tony Glasson, pictured left

3:00pm Sunday 20th April 2014

THE Nadder Valley Football League is warning that unless more clubs take part in its trio of cup competitions next season, they could be scrapped.

Oastler turns over his former club: ALDERSHOT TOWN 3-2 SALISBURY CITY

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12:43pm Saturday 19th April 2014

DEFENDER Joe Oastler crushed his former club’s first half comeback as his winning strike edged a Good Friday goal feast for relegation fighters Aldershot Town in The Skrill Premier.

Phil and Rob on song in masters

Salisbury Journal: Second place showing from Salisbury Stingrays

1:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

SALISBURY masters duo Rob Langan and Phil Muspratt scooped a hatful of medals at the Gloucester Masters Open Meet.

Harris overlooks play-off miss by meeting season target

Salisbury Journal: Harris overlooks play-off miss by meeting season target

5:00am Friday 18th April 2014

THE likelihood of embarking on another play-off venture has gone out the window, but for Mikey Harris the priority was to preserve Salisbury City’s Skrill Premier status – and he succeeded by a healthy margin.

Salisbury defeated on league exit

Salisbury Journal: Salisbury defeated before exiting the league

7:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

SALISBURY RFC bowed out of South West 1 (East) after being crushed to their 22nd defeat from 26 matches to cap a dismal season at Castle Road.

Slow start from Morton's cricketers

Salisbury Journal: Slow start from Morton's cricketers

3:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

SOUTH Wilts made a disappointing start to their pre-league season programme when they suffered a six-wicket defeat to Corsham at Bemerton.

The Great Escape will feel like a league triumph, says Softley

Salisbury Journal: The Great Escape will feel like a league triumph, says Softley

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

PLUCKY Jeff Softley says turning over enemies Bemerton Heath Harlequins in the derby showdown to retain Downton’s Wessex Premier status will feel like winning the league.

Teenagers beat dads in friendly

Salisbury Journal: Teenagers beat dads in friendly

10:46am Thursday 17th April 2014

MEDAL winners from Amesbury under 16s took on their fathers in a friendly match at Bonnymead Park.

Shrewton deliver five-goal drubbing

Salisbury Journal: Dom Jackson

10:31am Thursday 17th April 2014

SHREWTON United leathered five past Pewsey after coming from behind within two minutes of play to win 5-1.

Chalke Valley could seal cup double on Good Friday

Salisbury Journal: Chalke Valley could seal double on Good Friday

10:25am Thursday 17th April 2014

A CUP double is on for Chalke Valley FC after taking Amesbury Kings Arms to a penalty shootout last Wednesday to lift the Heseltine Cup.

Sarum spoil promotion party

10:18am Thursday 17th April 2014

SARUM Youth Seniors had to face the league elect-champions twice in three days away from home and put in two excellent performances.

Pinks are on the cusp of completing quadruple

Salisbury Journal: Pinks are on the cusp of completing quadruple

10:11am Thursday 17th April 2014

AFC Amesbury Athletic added their name to The Wiltshire County FA Sunday Cup Final winning list after becoming the first side from south Wiltshire in 40 years to clinch the title.

Junior World Cup is coming to Laverstock

Salisbury Journal: Junior World Cup is coming to Laverstock

8:00pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

WITH thousands of people set for the World Cup in Brazil in 56 days’ time, Salisbury will be celebrating a similarthemed event.

McPhee's no stranger to the back four

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2:00pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

BRUISED Chris McPhee is no stranger to being fielded out of position and Good Friday's match could see him team up with skipper Glenn Wilson at centre-half.

Thumbs up for Brewster trio

Salisbury Journal: Thumbs up for Brewster family

4:27pm Monday 14th April 2014

FATIGUE was brushed aside for City of Salisbury’s Brewster family who celebrated three top notch performances at the Virgin London marathon on Sunday.

Phil takes break from intrepid runs

2:00pm Monday 14th April 2014

LONG distance runner Phil Smith gave himself a break from big mileage competitions when he took to the hills of the multi terrain Pewsey Vale Bluebell 12k.

Agony for Whites late on: SALISBURY CITY 1-2 LINCOLN CITY

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9:40am Sunday 13th April 2014

SUBSTITUTE Danny Rowe inspired Lincoln City to come from behind with a late winner which all but ended Salisbury’s slim chance of making the play-offs.

Appearing 150 times is a "little achievement" for Brett

Salisbury Journal: Featuring 150 times is a "little achievement", says Brett

5:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

LONG-SERVING utility player Ryan Brett pencilled his name into Salisbury City’s history books after appearing for the 150th time.

Masters cup for Salisbury veterans

Salisbury Journal: Masters cup for Salisbury veterans

7:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

TRIUMPHANT Salisbury Striders raised their inaugural Masters League Cup after running out on top at the finals day.

Leyton Orient contract for Whiteparish teenager

Salisbury Journal: Jake Burgess

3:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

WHITEPARISH’S Jake Burgess beat almost 6,000 aspiring footballers to a one-year contract with Leyton Orient after winning the Samsung Win A Pro Contract competition.

More anguish for relegated Salisbury

Salisbury Journal: More anguish for relegated Salisbury

12:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

CRESTFALLEN Salisbury RFC crashed to their heaviest defeat of South West 1 (East) in their penultimate clash.

Defence starts under Morton's new leadership

Salisbury Journal: Defence starts under Morton's new leadership

6:00am Friday 11th April 2014

REIGNING champions South Wilts begin their preparations for a third defence of the ECB Southern Electric Premier League championship when they entertain Corsham at Bemerton tomorrow (1pm).

Golfers tee off at Captain's Drive In

8:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

RICHARD Boyland capped his new role as South Wilts Golf Club captain with a traditional drive in.

Freddy says goodbye to Harnham teammates

Salisbury Journal: West Harnham under 12s

3:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

POPULAR Freddy Axton said his farewells to West Harnham under 12s during their 6-2 rout over Barton Stacey in the Testway League.

Chairman's plea for investment

Salisbury Journal: William Harrison-Allan

5:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

WILLIAM Harrison-Allan has stressed that Salisbury City is not in financial jeopardy but an investor is needed if the club is to move forward in the foreseeable future.

Hunter's edging closer to eighth title

Salisbury Journal: Familiar winning ways for snooker ace John

4:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

ANY win in his final match will guarantee John Hunter his eighth Cuestars South Wilts Snooker League title.

Joy for Amesbury in The Pete Fardell Cup

Salisbury Journal: Joy for Amesbury in The Pete Fardell Cup

10:33am Thursday 10th April 2014

AFC Amesbury Athletic are the new champions of The Pete Fardell Cup after beating Laverstock & Ford in a nerve-jangling penalty shootout 5-3.

Mixed results for inconsistent Lavvy

Salisbury Journal: Mixed results for inconsistent Lavvy

9:57am Thursday 10th April 2014

INCONSISTENT Laverstock and Ford took two steps forward on Saturday and five back in the week.

"Strange" referee call leaves Chalk puzzled

Salisbury Journal: "Strange" referee call leaves Chalk puzzled

9:36am Thursday 10th April 2014

BEMERTON Heath Harlequins played out a 1-1 draw in a meaningless affair with Lymington Town at Western Way.

Red-hot Sheringham nets for third time: HYDE 0-2 SALISBURY CITY

Salisbury Journal: Red-hot Sheringham nets for third time: HYDE 0-2 SALISBURY CITY

12:00pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

STRIKING partners Charlie Sheringham and Jamie White both struck to secure back-to-back away wins for only the second time all season as Salisbury City added more hurt to relegated Hyde’s dismal league excursion.

Bittner unveils City's "exciting" academy venture

Salisbury Journal: Bittner makes a save at Braintree Town

5:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

BUDDING footballers wanting to pursue a fruitful career with Salisbury City have a chance to join the club's new academy setup at Wellington Academy.

Clive's off to Boston

Salisbury Journal: Clive Smith, left

3:00pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

COUNTING down the weeks to lining up at the illustrious Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day in Massachusetts later this month is City of Salisbury’s Clive Smith.

John and Wayne episode reaches new high

Salisbury Journal: John and Wayne episode reaches new high

4:00pm Monday 7th April 2014

THE John and Wayne blockbuster is set to reach its conclusion as just three points separates the top two on the Cuestars South of England Seniors (40+) Snooker Tour with one leg to play.

Away delight for battling Whites: BRAINTREE TOWN 0-1 SALISBURY CITY

Salisbury Journal: Away delight for battling Whites: BRAINTREE TOWN 0-1 SALISBURY CITY

9:48am Sunday 6th April 2014

CHARLIE Sheringham’s solitary strike presented Salisbury City with a fifth away victory at the expense of tiresome ten-man Braintree Town.

Nick's going for England glory

Salisbury Journal: Nick's set for England future

6:00am Saturday 5th April 2014

BOWLING wizard Nick Revell will put his skills to the test against some of the finest players across the country at England trials next month.

Cricket communities are out in force

8:00pm Friday 4th April 2014

IN a matter of weeks the cricket season gets underway and local clubs are rallying for people to help tidy grounds.

Gold for Salisbury fourths

Salisbury Journal: Gold for Salisbury fourths

3:00pm Friday 4th April 2014

TWO goals and a clean sheet confirmed Salisbury Ladies’ fourths as Channel Division 2 champions after seeing-off fellow title-associates Gillingham seconds at Lower Bemerton.

Stingrays splash out at championships

Salisbury Journal: Stingrays splash out at championships

6:00am Friday 4th April 2014

A MANIC few weeks has seen swimmers from Salisbury Stingrays take part in two renowned competitions.

Rollercoaster journey ends for demoralised Salisbury

Salisbury Journal: MacTaggart's brace irrelevant for Salisbury Men's

7:00pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

SALISBURY’S two-season excursion in South League Hampshire/Surrey Regional Division 2 hockey is over.

Salisbury are playing for pride now

Salisbury Journal: Only pride up for grabs

3:00pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

RELEGATED Salisbury RFC will be playing for pride in their remaining two matches before they are demoted to Southern Counties.

One eye still on masterminding play-off dream

Salisbury Journal: One eye still on masterminding play-offs dream

5:00am Thursday 3rd April 2014

RATIONAL Mikey Harris is still casting an eye on stealing fifth spot but is not underestimating the “difficulty” of the task as a sterling effort is needed if Salisbury City are to catch their promotion-rivals with six games to go.

Titans on top at fun-filled tournament

Salisbury Journal: Titans on top at fun-filled tournament

11:00am Thursday 3rd April 2014

MIGHTY Titans under 11s kept their formidable 13 match unbeaten record going at the Division 1 Jock McClorey Tournament.

Title hopes dashed for Shrews

Salisbury Journal: George Plank

10:00am Thursday 3rd April 2014

SHREWTON United’s hopes of winning the league were cut to shreds after they suffered their first home loss of the season.

Harvey's a hat-trick hero for Blues

Salisbury Journal: Harvey Coker

9:00am Thursday 3rd April 2014

A HAT-TRICK from Harvey Coker got Amesbury Town back to winning ways in Wessex Division One.

Wanderers on course for double

Salisbury Journal: Wanderers on course for double trophies

9:00pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

JUBILANT The Wanderers got their maiden piece of silverware of the season last week, and they will be hoping for more before the season shuts down.








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