LUDLOW stormed into the second round of the Midlands Intermediate Cup with a battling 31-19 victory over a well-drilled Evesham side. But they had to come from behind after the visitors settled the better and opened up a 14-0 lead inside the first ten minutes. In the end a five-try haul steered Ludlow through to help boost the side after an opening day defeat and to build to their Midlands Two West (North) match at Tamworth on Saturday.
A SOUTH Shropshire youth posed as a girl on social media to befriend young boys to get them to send him indecent photos, a court heard. Harry Sloan's victims were targeted over a two-year period in what was described as 'controlling, ruthless, menacing and chilling' behaviour. The 19-year-old was also declared to be 'dangerous' when he appeared at Shrewsbury Crown Court for sentence.
TENBURY skipper Zack Yarranton explained that a call from an old school-friend helped stave off an embarrassing final game defeat. The captain was down to the bare bones for the match with West Malvern in Division Four of the Worcestershire League with a group of first-team regulars away on a stag weekend. Postie Darren Thompson arrived straight from his morning round and another lad managed to get to the ground just in time after heading back from Liverpool.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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Exact case matching or punctuation
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