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Curzon Ashton midfielder Isaac Sinclair is destined for great things on and off the pitch.
Former Ashton United manager Jody Banim has been named as Stafford Rangers' new boss.
Former Audenshaw School pupil Ellis Allen says rubbing shoulders with former Premier League players including David Wheater and Chris Eagles has contributed to his development as a goalkeeper.
Former Audenshaw School pupil Josh Askew says he’s excited for a new challenge after being released by Salford City.
Tameside United are appealing for girls to join ahead of next season.
Curzon Ashton chairman Wayne Salkeld has thanked supporters, former players and the wider community for supporting the club financially during the lockdown.
Former England and Lancashire bowler Paul Allott says the club will do as much as it possibly can to help local clubs once cricket returns.
Former Glossop North End player Jamie Lester has questioned the Government’s decision to keep gyms and fitness facilities closed amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Local bicycle mechanic Phil Bird believes the lockdown has revitalised Tameside’s interest in cycling and expects the trend to flourish once restrictions are lifted.
Denton West cricketer Jordan Williams has been keeping fit and healthy during the lockdown by taking part in a combined running challenge to generate funds for The Lord’s Taverners - the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity.
Despite the current circumstances amid the ongoing lockdown, community spirit is sky high in Tameside and thousands of people marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day in their own special way.
Werneth Low Golf Club has appealed to the public to respect its course amid the ongoing lockdown, after a disposable barbecue was found on Saturday night with burns to the grass.
Denton St Lawrence Cricket Club captain Adam Hawley has launched a GoFundMe page to raise funds for much-loved community figure Peter Lockwood, who was robbed of £2,500 in April.
Denton Cricket Club players are set to tackle a mammoth challenge in the month of May to raise funds towards a commemorative bench for club legend, Jim Cabs.
Here are the pieces featured in this week's Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle.
Stamford Golf Club professional Mark Smith has criticised the Government’s ruling to close courses during the coronavirus lockdown.
In this week's edition, broadcaster and journalist Ian Cheeseman talks to comedian Jason Manford and former Stalybridge Celtic and Hyde United player Fred Eyre.
Mossley Women avenged last weeks defeat by beating Ashton United 9-1 at Hurst Cross.
Here are this weekend's football fixtures.