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Star sports student meets David Beckham and Jessica Ennis
David Beckham said the achievements of Farnborough student Bethan Gill are 'inspirational'
Pub fundraiser supports ambulance after toddler struck by car
The Royal Staff pub in Aldershot held a busy fundraiser in aid of the air ambulance which rushed Tilly Lambe to hospital last month
Donnelly's Beckham-esque magic catches the eye for Boro
Donnelly bends it like Beckham with two fine free kicks for Farnborough against Sutton United and Boreham Wood
Messi, Beckham and Maradona line up for Farnborough FC
Sponsorship deal with Paddy Power involved players changing their names to football legends as well as free admission for Saturday's season opener
Boro keeper feared he might 'never play again'
BRAVE Craig Bradshaw feared his career might be over after suffering a horror leg injury in Farnborough's weekend match at Tonbridge Angels.
Football: Boro's Price is right
FARNBOROUGH manager Steve King hails winger Owen Price after a superb display in the 2-2 draw at Bedford Town.
Westley Cherrywood return fires up Boro
Former Farnborough Town boss and owner Graham Westley brings his Stevenage Borough side to Cherrywood Road this weekend.
Appeal to identify auction painting's artist
THE charity Parity for Disability is trying to track down the mystery artist of a painting handed in to its shop in Fleet.
Final line-up promises a great GuilFest
It started out as a humble single-day event back in 1992, but GuilFest is now an institution and one of the key dates on the national music calendar.
Stars signed footy shirt
A FOOTY-MAD Aldershot dad has won a signed England football shirt after entering his son in an online contest. Paul Sussex, from Lindum Dene, went to Nationwide building society’s website to enter his 12-year-old son Sean into a competition to win the chance to run out onto the pitch at Wembley Stadium with the England football stars.
Saunders' wonder-goal crowns champions' night
Farnborough midfielder Rob Saunders scored a sensational goal as his side eased to a big win at Hillingdon Borough.
Russell's cocky humour works like a charm
DESPITE initial doubts, Lauren Margrave is won over by the flirtatious comic's confident persona.
Fury over flag
THE former commander of Yateley fire station is among those who are outraged by an order banning Hampshire firefighters from displaying the English flag during the football World Cup.
Sinton: We can win it!
Fleet Town manager and former England international Andy Sinton insists that Sven's men have every chance of winning the World Cup
Ty's in a hole lot of bother!
TALENTED midfielder Ty Smith has handed boss Frank Gray an injury blow ahead of the Play-Off run-in after falling down a pothole and breaking his foot!
Ozzy Osbourne as Chubber Checker?
The first Hecklers Comedy Club Night of the new season at Aldershot's West End Centre boasts an eclectic mix of stand-ups...
Eversley cheers for Hants ace Al
Ex-England player encourages kids to read
FORMER England footballer Andy Sinton has performed his first public duty in Fleet.
Edward of England
FOOTBALL mad Edward Taylor is the envy of his mates as he prepares for a day in the limelight with the England team.
Jetsetter Becks boosts firm
DAVID Beckham’s multi-million pound move to Madrid has not only boosted the soccer star’s bank balance but also proved good business for a Farnborough private jet hire company.
Referee Melin makes the grade
FRIMLEY official Paul Melin has seen his dream come true after being handed a ticket to the Premiership.
Sandhurst's 'Posh & Becks'?
SANDHURST husband and wife councillors Paul and Jean Bettison were likened to Posh and Becks at Thursday's annual meeting when Jean was elected as the new town Mayor.
Auction scores hit for charity
A THRILLING charity auction has helped housebuilder Charles Church well on its way to reaching its £100,000 target for nominated charity Dreams Come True.
Junior’s Journal - 1st October, 2002
More ramblings from our JNM office junior