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  • 17/1/04 - Coventry loan spell for Olver

    ADRIAN Olver has been sent to Coventry on a one-month loan deal. Worcester Rugby Club's prop, who has struggled to get a game at Sixways this season, is likely to play some part in the National One clash with Exeter Chiefs today. Olver was loaned out

  • 17/1/04 - Striker White in Mansfield return

    MANSFIELD Town have re-called striker Andy White from his loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers. The 22 year-old striker made eight appearances during his near three month stay at Aggborough. White, who scored one goal during his loan spell, has been recalled

  • 17/1/04 - Trials of being a manager - Molby

    KIDDERMINSTER Harriers chief Jan Molby has spelled out the trials and tribulations of being a football manager at a lower level after performing as a player in the top flight. During his triumphant playing days with mighty Liverpool he says he never experienced

  • Old Vigornians snatch thrilling victory

    OLD Vigornians pulled off a thrilling one-wicket win over Droitwich 'C' in the Worcestershire Cricket Board Indoor League at RGS Worcester. Batting first Droitwich were dismissed for 83 led by Dan Garbett (26) with support from Paul Darlison (10) and

  • Coventry loan spell for Olver

    ADRIAN Olver has been sent to Coventry on a one-month loan deal. Worcester Rugby Club's prop, who has struggled to get a game at Sixways this season, is likely to play some part in the National One clash with Exeter Chiefs today. Olver was loaned out

  • City cup success is important - Tuohy

    SUCCESS in the minor cups remains a huge incentive for Worcester City, insists assistant manager Mick Tuohy. Early exits from the major FA competitions have whetted appetites in the City ranks, heightening the sense of expectation for Monday's fourth

  • Hooper has Under 19 rival

    UNITED States Under 19 full-back Andy Lennon has been included in the North Midlands Under-20 rugby squad for their game against Merthyr Tydfil & Pontypridd District at Luctonians on tomorrow (2pm). Lennon, a full-back from Moseley, was born and raised

  • Wolves target double success

    WORCESTER Wolves Basketball Club's players are being urged to forget their impending cup final and concentrate on picking up vital league points. Wolves, fresh from reaching the Patrons Cup final last weekend, have an important double-header this weekend

  • 17/1/04 - Wolves target double success

    WORCESTER Wolves Basketball Club's players are being urged to forget their impending cup final and concentrate on picking up vital league points. Wolves, fresh from reaching the Patrons Cup final last weekend, have an important double-header this weekend

  • 17/1/04 - City cup success is important - Tuohy

    SUCCESS in the minor cups remains a huge incentive for Worcester City, insists assistant manager Mick Tuohy. Early exits from the major FA competitions have whetted appetites in the City ranks, heightening the sense of expectation for Monday's fourth

  • Trials of being a manager - Molby

    KIDDERMINSTER Harriers chief Jan Molby has spelled out the trials and tribulations of being a football manager at a lower level after performing as a player in the top flight. During his triumphant playing days with mighty Liverpool he says he never experienced

  • Bulls boss unhappy over enforced break

    HEREFORD United's enforced break has come at the worst time, admits manager Graham Turner. The Edgar Street club's Conference trip to Morecambe today will be their last action for two weeks leaving loan signings Anwar Uddin and Chris Palmer kicking their

  • Striker White in Mansfield return

    MANSFIELD Town have re-called striker Andy White from his loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers. The 22 year-old striker made eight appearances during his near three month stay at Aggborough. White, who scored one goal during his loan spell, has been recalled