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  1. Morpeth Town sealed a top two spot and promotion, but were forced to settle for a point after being pegged back late on for a 1-1 draw by Guisborough Town on Monday evening, writes Ross Jackson.
  2. Despite feeling a little unwell over recent days, Morpeth Harrier Laura Weightman, still managed to pull out all the stops to claim a superb Commonwealth Games bronze medal for England in the Women’s 5000m.
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    Four points for Town

    Four points in three days edged Morpeth Town nearer the Northern League 1 champoionship this week.
  4. Despite last minute key withdrawals, Morpeth Harriers Men still managed to get 12 runners to compete at Saturday’s annual English Road Running Association 12 Stage Road Relays.
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    Morpeth lose on road

    Cleckheaton 20-14 Morpeth RFC
  6. Morpeth Town’s away game against Whitley Bay in the Northern League was postponed on Tuesday night because of a waterlogged pitch.
  7. Posting a finishing time of 33m12s, Ross Floyd became the sixth Morpeth Harrier to win the annual North Tyneside 10k on Sunday, which was being run for the fourteenth occasion.
  8. In his very first appearance for England, Morpeth Harriers Northern Cross-Country Champion Carl Avery performed well, to finish forty seconds behind English National winner Adam Hickey of Southend, when he finished second, accompanying Hickey in a superb country team triumph in the Home Countries International at Nottingham’s Wollaton Park on Saturday.
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    Morpeth extend lead to 20 points

    Liam Henderson scored twice as Morpeth got back to winning ways with a 2-0 home win over Team Northumbria at Craik Park on Monday.
  10. All Stars Cricket roadshows have begun, and they have been to schools across Northumberland, giving fun sessions to students aged five to eight.
  11. The superb form shown since the turn of the year, has resulted in Morpeth Harrier Carl Avery being selected to run for England for the first time in the Home Countries International Cross Country, due to be held at Nottingham’s Wollaton Park, this Saturday, March 24.
  12. Organisers of the North Eastern Harrier League breathed a huge sigh of relief on Saturday, as they managed to complete the season’s fixtures at a wintry Alnwick Castle.
  13. Morpeth girl Pippa Smith (aged 9) was competing at the North of England WA Regional Gymnastics finals at the City of Newcastle Gymnastics Academy at the weekend.
  14. Northumberland County Council has agreed a grant of £168,000 to support a junior football club’s major £870,000 upgrade of its facilities.
  15. Recent wintry weather, accompanied by heavy overnight rain on Friday, gave way to the inevitable mud-bath for all athletes competing at the annual UK Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships.
  16. Amy Lott, of Morpeth Harriers, is the new Scottish U15 Girls 60m Hurdles Indoor Champion.
  17. Morpeth ASC swimmers recently competed at the Northumberland and Durham County Championships.
  18. Morpeth Harrier Rory Leonard has been selected to run for England in the highly prestigious ISF World Schools Cross Country Championships.
  19. Morpeth based SGR Racing is thrilled to announce it is stepping up to the hugely competitive Dickies British Supersport Championship, with the very talented Tom Oliver from Colchester.
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    Newminster spot on for semi-finals

    Last week was a very important week for Newminster Middle School from Morpeth and the McConnell family.
  21. Morpeth Harriers’ U17 Shot Putt specialist Andrew Knight continued his excellent indoor season at Sheffield Arena on Sunday, by adding the English title to his Scottish, Northern and North East titles won in recent weeks.
  22. Morpeth Town joint manager Dave Malone has indicated he is to step down from his role at the end of the current season.