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Tameside and its surrounding towns and boroughs are home to many local sports teams from community football and cricket to non-league, EFL League, & PL football as well as local and county cricket. Our region also boasts a rich heritage in boxing, athletics, basketball, esports and golf. We have a passion for local sport which sets us apart from our competitors.
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We spoke to Dukinfield Town FC manager Adam Ridings about his involvement with the club, the aims and objectives for next season, fundraising for the NHS, and plans to one day compete in the North West Counties League.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we talk about hot prospect Mason Greenwood, the Champions League ties, this weekend's Premier League fixtures, and much more.
Glossop North End secretary Dan Bates says the club is embarking on a new era.
In the absence of proper training due to the ongoing restrictions, Tameside School of Gymnastics members have been keeping fit by taking part in a charity event to raise funds for the club.
Hyde Cricket Club will travel to Chester Boughton Hall to contest the Danny Woods Trophy on Saturday.
Daddies Escape Running Club have embarked on another huge challenge - this time to raise funds for the the Running Bee Foundation and the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
Pubs and restaurants opened last weekend as part of the Government’s latest relaxation to lockdown measures.
Emirates Old Trafford is delighted to announce that it has been selected by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), alongside the Ageas Bowl, as the two venues that will host England Men’s international matches behind closed doors later this summer against Ireland and Pakistan, following the two Test series with West Indies in July.
With the ever changing nature of the coronavirus outbreak and the measures being enforced to ensure a safe return to society, the future of school sport could change dramatically and competitions could be thrown into doubt.
Ashton United manager Michael Clegg has continued to build his squad ahead of the 2020/21 season.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we look ahead to tonight's League One playoffs between Wycombe Wanderers and Fleetwood Town, and Oxford United and Portsmouth.
Following the reopening of pubs and restaurants on Saturday, we went to Denton Cricket Club and spoke to barmaid Anna Turner.
Will the nature of sport competitions be different when pupils return to school? We've been speaking to Emma Toone, Partnership Development Manager at Tameside School Sports Partnership, about this very issue.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we reflect on Liverpool's 4-0 defeat to Manchester City on Thursday, and Manchester United's 3-0 win at Brighton on Wednesday.
Following the Government's decision to further delay recreational cricket, we caught up with Old Glossop chairman Den Lane to get his views on the situation amongst other things.
During these pandemic times, pubs, restaurants and clubs such as Glossop Rugby Club have no money coming through the door, so they are all finding it tough.
Schools across Tameside have been rewarded for their excellent work to keep pupils active, healthy and happy during the lockdown.
Manchester United’s Class of 92 has announced that they are offering 92 grants of £5,000 to people from Greater Manchester that have been financially impacted by coronavirus, to help them access higher education.
Cricket clubs in Tameside and Glossop have hit out at the Government’s decision to further postpone the season.
The English Cricket Board has just announced that the professional game is set to start on August 1st. However, club cricket is still to get the nod of approval.
Former Audenshaw School pupil Josh Askew has completed a 500km bike ride in aid of Willow Wood Hospice.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we reflect on last weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals and discuss the prospect of a first ever, Manchester final.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we discuss Liverpool's Premier League title success and look at the odds for Jurgen Klopp's men to win their remaining seven games.
Ashton United manager Michael Clegg has started to rebuild his squad ahead of the 2020/21 season.
We've been to Cheetham Park in Stalybridge this morning, to speak to Active Angels Children's Wellbeing Program owner Sarah Crossley.
We went to the Vestacare Stadium on Monday, home of Avro FC, and spoke to striker Joe Bevan about what he's been up to over the lockdown and what he thought of last season.
Now that the Premier League is back up and running, the spotlight switches to the FA Cup and my beloved Manchester United this weekend.
As schools closed due to Covid-19, the pupils from various primary schools across the borough pledged to run, walk or jog 7 miles each and more in their local areas.
In today's chat, BetFred's Peter Spencer tells us how one lucky punter bagged £1,820 at the Royal Ascot.
The Greater Manchester Cricket League season could get underway as soon as July 25th.
Mossley manager David Fish has started building his squad ahead of next season.
Stalybridge Celtic manager Simon Haworth has continued to strengthen his squad ahead of the 2020/21 season.
Mossley Women avenged last weeks defeat by beating Ashton United 9-1 at Hurst Cross.
Here are this weekend's football fixtures.