Non-League Football: Stocksbridge Park Steels earn replay after battling back against Stalybridge Celtic

Stocksbridge Park Steels twice fought back against National League North side Stalybridge Celtic to earn a replay tomorrow, after star striker Joe Lumsden had been harshly sent off.

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Hallam manager Ryan Hindley

Non-League Football: Hindley’s Hallam finally lose their great home record at Sandygate

Hallam suffered their first league defeat in 11 games - and their first at home all season - at the hands of Division One promotion rivals AFC Emley.

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Owlerton Greyhound Stadium

Owlerton Greyhound Stadium bids for place in televised final - plus cards for Friday and Saturday November 25 and 26

Owlerton Greyhound Stadium have their sights on the top prize in a prestigious national track competition.

Sheffield's Nether Green, named best overall primary school at the British Schools Orienteering Championship at Sutton Park near Birmingham.

Sheffield Schools triumph in British Orienteering Championships - why don’t you give it a go?

Youngsters are invited to join in the fun following the outstanding success of Sheffield Schools at the British Schools Orienteering Championships at Sutton Park near Birmingham.

Hallam manager Ryan Hindley

Non-League: Hallam and Handsworth enjoy goal gluts as Aaron Moxam hits four

What a weekend it was for Handsworth Parramore and Hallam, as the Premier and Division One promotion chasers went on a goal rampage.

Stocksbridge striker Joe Lumsden scores Steels third goal in their 3-2 win at Spalding

Non-League football: Five-star Sheffield FC extend top run to six matches

Both Stocksbridge Park Steels and Sheffield FC enjoyed excellent away wins over the weekend.

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Sheffield Tigers RUFC 1st XV head coach Thiu Barnard

Rugby Union round-up: Sheffield Tigers ‘need to remember how to win’ says boss Thiu Barnard

Sheffield RUFC took a break from league action as fixtures in the National League Three Midlands division stopped for cup ties.

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Daniel Smith with his trophy  at Ponds Forge

Sheffield water babe champ Daniel - aged three years and nine months - wouldn’t let go of the trophy

The annual Sheffield & District Water Babies Cup at Ponds Forge was won by Oughtibridge youngster Daniel Smith, just three years and nine months old.

Sheffields Elite Martial Artists Twins Louie Anson and Alicia Anson, aged 10, world champions in traditional karate and Musical Martial Arts.

Mosborough twins Louie and Alicia Anson win seven gold medals at World martial arts champiionship

Sheffield’s ten-year-old Elite Martial Artists twins Louie Anson and Alicia Anson scooped seven gold medals at the WTKA Unified World Championships in Italy.

Thornton goal gives Parkgate first win of season; Hallam crash out of Vase to holders

Thornton goal gives Parkgate first win of season; Hallam crash out of Vase to holders

Bottom-placed Parkgate finally picked up their first league win of the campaign.

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Alec Denton, scorer of Sheffield's second, takes on the Chasetown defence. Photo: John Taff

Sheffield FC go five unbeaten; Stocksbridge Park Steels go through in FA Vase

Sheffield FC took their unbeaten run to five games with an impressive 2-1 victory against fourth-placed Chasetown at the Coach & Horses ground.

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Sheffield RUFC's Jason Soden

Rugby Union round-up: Sheffield RUFC chief Jason Soden is disappointed to miss out on bonus point

Sheffield Tigers fell behind quickly to the visiting Caldy and despite playing a strong game with a weakened side, they eventually fell to a 37-10 defeat.

Curtis Woodhouse in his days at Sheffield United

Danny Hall: Ex-Blade Curtis Woodhouse opens up at frustration over lack of coaching opportunities

The quote is found deep inside a book titled ‘Revealing the Kop Legend Who Launched a Thousand Quips’ but Bill Shankly’s forthright views on coaching badges cannot easily be dismissed as a witty remark made in jest.

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Dale Ajeto travelled from Norwich to play and hosted the after-match reception. Picture: Andrew Roe

Table tennis veterans roll back the years for charity

A total of 18 veteran table tennis players travelled distances of up to 300 miles to raise funds for the St. Luke’s Hospice at the English Institute of Sport on Sunday, in the “Redtooth Legends 21” invitational event.

Aaron Moxam

Toolstation NCEL: Handsworth Parramore get their promotion push back on track with 4-1 win

Handsworth Parramore got their promotion push on track once more following back-to-back defeats, with a comprehensive 4-1 home win against Bottesford Town.

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Rusden defence  scramble the ball away in another Stocksbridge attack - Credit GILLIAN HANDISIDES

Evo-Stik League: Stocksbridge slip to second successive defeat as Sheffield win 5-0

Stocksbridge Park Steels slipped to a second successive home defeat, losing to a late goal against AFC Rushden & Diamonds at Bracken Moor.

Henri Packard of Sheffield Tigers RUFC

Rugby Union round-up: A bleak weekend for the city clubs with two defeats loss

Saturday proved to be a grim day for rugby in the Steel City as both Sheffield Tigers and Sheffield RUFC lost.

Steph Gandy top-scored in Hatters' win. Photo: Ian Anderson

Steph Gandy stars again as Sheffield Hatters storm to third win of season

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters ended the unbeaten start of Leicester Riders with an 86-71 victory.

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Courtney Sweetman-Kirk in action for  Belles. Photo by Glenn Ashley Photography

Arsenal 2 Doncaster Rovers Belles 0: Sweetman-Kirk return lifts Belles

A huge positive for relegated Doncaster Rovers Belles in their 2-0 FA Women’s Super League at Arsenal yesterday was the return to action of Courtney Sweetman-Kirk.

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Steph Gandy: 27 points for Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters. Photo: Ian Anderson

Gandy leads way in big Sheffield Hatters victory

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters recorded an 88-43 triumph over Caledonia Pride for their second league win of the campaign.

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