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  • Help skier Jolie race to the top

    Help skier Jolie race to the top1

    It’s quite something, hurtling down a precipitous mountain at speeds upwards of 30mph. But that is what 11-year-old ski racer Jolie Welsh loves doing – and is hoping to do more of – if she can get sponsorship this winter. Jolie, of Pine Walk, Berrylands, started skiing when she was just two. Skip forward nine

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  • It’s cool for cats

    It’s cool for cats0

    They’re cool cats! That’s Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes’ verdict on the new players drafted into her side this summer ahead of the first WSL match of the new season. From strikers Catarina Macario (from Lyon) and Mia Fishel (who Hayes has already dubbed ‘Big Fish’) to experienced defender Ash Lawrence and England reserve keeper

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  • Blues face Roma in friendly

    Blues face Roma in friendly0

    Chelsea Women start their build-up to the new Women’s Super League season this weekend with a friendly against Roma at Kingsmeadow, where (above) scarf sellers are further testament to growth in the women’s game.  OK, schools are still on holiday, so it’s even possible for youngsters to come to an evening match… but who in

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  • Chelsea stars in the World Cup

    Chelsea stars in the World Cup0

    The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Oz and New Zealand, with a shoal of Chelsea stars in action… sometimes playing against each other! Matches are being split between BBC and ITV, but the time difference means that games are live in the UK between 6am and noon. It all builds up to the final

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  • Murray triumphs at Surbiton

    Murray triumphs at Surbiton0

    A huge roar of went up from a full house at Surbiton’s centre court this afternoon (Sunday) as the announcer declared the arrival of “Sir Andy Murray” to contest the final of the trophy that bears the town’s name. Maddeningly, eight unbroken days of brilliant sunshine ended halfway through the match, with Murray (closest to

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  • All change at Kingsmeadow

    All change at Kingsmeadow0

    Chelsea Women stars Magda Eriksson and Pernille Harder, pictured, have signed contracts with Bayern Munich, the newly crowned Bundesliga champions. Meanwhile, back at their former home ground Kingsmeadow in Kingston, Emma Hayes’ Blues have signed highly sought-after American forward Catarina Macario for three years, given striker Lauren James a new deal until 2027 and extended

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