We have TWO pairs of tickets to give away for the big derby match next weekend.
Stuart Spencer has called on his Harborough Town team to finish the season on a high and give themselves a good feeling for the summer.
The 2018 F1 season begins this weekend, with Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel et al ready to do battle for the championship.
With winter almost over, focus has begun to turn towards spring half-marathon training.
Having had the previous two away fixtures cancelled due to waterlogged pitches, Lutterworth were keen to get back into action again.
Market Harborough returned to action with a 32-20 victory over Long Buckby at Northampton Road.
Kibworth held their annual drive-in on Sunday when Andy Cole took his place as the men’s captain for the second successive year.
Lutterworth Athletic boss Mike English wants his team to ‘put some respectability back into the season’ after returning to winning ways in midweek.
Market Harborough were indebted to a hat-trick from Hattie Hammond as they beat Nuneaton 3-1.
PGA professional Kegan Jamieson officially started at Market Harborough a few days ago.
Market Harborough arrived at Belgrave to find rain and sleet had left the pitch far from ideal for their style of running rugby.
Harborough Town will hope to regain some pattern to their UCL Premier Division season starting with a win over Kirby Muxloe this weekend.
Lutterworth Town are gearing up for a couple of games which could go a long way to shaping their season.
Michael Reed, the Glen Gorse assistant professional and reigning County PGA “double” champion tied with Matthew Cort at Rutland County in the second event of the second half of the campaign.
Market Harborough kept up their Midlands Two East (South) promotion push with a resounding 74-7 win over Stewarts & Lloyds.
Market Harborough’s Dylan Fletcher and team-mate Stuart Bithell have defended their World Cup Series Miami title following a dramatic medal race in breezy conditions.
It’s the most high-profile fight of heavyweight hero Anthony Joshua’s glittering career so far – and tickets are like gold dust.
Lutterworth Athletic boss Mike English admits he already has one eye on building for next season – although he has certainly not given up on this one just yet.