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Warwickshire Bears Wheelchair Basketball club raised £1,900 packing bags at Marks and Spencers Sears Store

Warwickshire Bears basketball gets a cash boost

Warwickshire Bears Wheelchair Basketball Club is struggling to cover the annual £7000 running costs of the club.

Solihull Barons rue errors against Nottingham Lions

Solihull Barons 1

Agbonlahor on target for Earlswood Town

Earlswood Town 6 Atherstone Town 1

St Peter's first Autumn Fayre is held next Saturday

ST PETER’S Autumn Fayre will be held at its church hall in Balsall Common next weekend.

Cream teas and more at St Peter's summer fete in Bickenhill

GO along an enjoy cream teas, stalls, a raffle and great hospitality at the St Peter’s Church Bickenhill summer fete.

Pack power lays the foundations for Berkswell & Balsall

Kidderminster 13

Five star Earlswood

Earlswood Town 5 Pershore Town 0

Disappointing loss for battling Barons

Solihull Barons 2-4 Whitley Warriors

Dynamos in electrifying form to clinch cup

Hockley Heath Dynamos 3 Lyndon 3 AET

Camps lose out despite fightback

Dudley Kingswinford 29 Camp Hill 25

10 minute blitz seals it for Gate

Coleshill Town 1 Highgate United 3

Spartans wreak revenge on Berkswell

BERKSWELL suffered revenge at the hands of Spartans for their early season victory at Meer End lane.

Barons maintain charge for promotion

SOLIHULL Barons started the new year as they finished the last - by powering their way to another league victory.

Barons take a big bite out of Bulldogs

AN abundance of ice is not usually a problem for the Solihull Barons ice hockey team - they play on it after all.

Dire Hampton in second big loss

Another dire first half performance from Hampton saw them fall to defeat at Loughborough and concede a total of 14 goals in their last two matches.

Rotherham Titans 32, Birmingham and Solihull 14

ONCE again Bees flattered to deceive at Rotherham - a situation which has been the story of their season so far.

Eye watering start for Bees

BIRMINGHAM & Solihull Bees will play the majority of the their homes games on a Sunday next season.

Tough start as Bees face Worcester for season opener

BIRMINGHAM & Solihull Bees will play the majority of the their homes games on a Sunday next season.

Trojans Ladies 2 - Olton 0

TAKING on Trojans who, with just one point for the season, are already relegated - Olton took their foot off the pedal as the Southampton girls came out all guns blazing.

Players take a shot at the APC

TWO local basketball players have netted themselves places at the prestigious Area Performance Centre (APC) for Basketball.

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