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Warning after boxing fans are caught off guard buying Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker tickets online

It’s the most high-profile fight of heavyweight hero Anthony Joshua’s glittering career so far – and tickets are like gold dust.

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Sportspace, Hemel Hempstead.

Crunch meeting on privatising sports facilities tonight

Council chiefs will hold a key meeting which could mean plans to privatise Dacorum’s leisure facilities are reversed.

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Members of the public opposing the Dacorum sports facility privatisation plans

Re-think on privatising Dacorum’s leisure services?

Privatisation of Dacorum’s leisure services could still be halted, after councillors ‘called in’ the decision.

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Sportspace new gym

Charity anger at privatisation decision by Dacorum Council bosses

Charity bosses are “devastated” after Dacorum Council voted to hand local leisure services to a private profit-making firm.

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Ashes column: Dull Ashes as drama is off-wicket

Is it just me, or is this year’s Ashes just a little bit boring.

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Ashes column: Men behaving badly

If it hadn’t been for Kerry Packer, World Series Cricket and the smartphone, England’s Ben Stokes might well be out in Australia defending the Ashes, this winter, rather than waiting at home to see if he’ll be charged with actual bodily harm, after that brawl in Bristol, last September.

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Gift experience day at Silverstone is full of speed and thrills

If the man in your life loves cars and wants to drive a fast one, then there is no better place than Silverstone near Towcester.

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WATCH: Engineers turn Nissan into 190mph radio controlled car and race around Silverstone

Engineers have transformed a Nissan GT-R into the world’s ultimate radio controlled racer - capable of 196MPH - and raced it around Silverstone.

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The riders start the race in Hemel Hempstead

Tour of Britain bike ride thrills Dacorum spectators

The world’s leading stars of cycling descended on our area over the weekend to wow spectators.

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On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

Today, Wednesday September 13, is Cycle to Work Day, which encourages adults across the UK to get on their bike and give cycle commuting a go for one day.

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Macy, 8, in her Berkhamsted Raiders kit.

Berkhamsted Raiders receive donations to help underprivileged children

Underprivileged children are being given the chance to access sporting activities with subsidised fees.

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Dacorum Cycle Club family fun day to mark the start of the Tour of Britain race.

Tour of Britain arrives in Hemel Hempstead

To celebrate the launch of the Tour of Britain race, Hemel Hempstead hosted a family fun day.

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Friends raise money for Alex Hubbard who died aged 21 from a heart attack.

Former Berkhamsted School friends hold football tournament to raise money

Former Berkhamsted School students are hosting a charity football tournament to honour their friend who died from a heart attack.

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Week of women’s sports activities

Week of women’s sports activities

Ladies are being encouraged to do up their laces and put on their lycra, for This Girl Can in Herts Week 2017.

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Sports Person of the Year in 2016 was sprinter and hurdler Phillipa Lowe

Stars to shine at Dacorum Sports Awards

The shortlist has been drawn up and now there are only a few hours left of heightened anticipation before the winners are revealed at the gala presentations at Little Hay Golf Complex.

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Wardens’ new ladies’ team set to combine youth with experience

Kenilworth Wardens have expanded their cricket playing section by setting up a ladies’ cricket side to play in Division Four of the Women’s Midlands League.

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Paul Dennison, from Flamstead, wore the purple colours associated with the Hospice of St Francis  including a striking skirt!

Meet the Dacorum residents who raised thousands at the London Marathon

More than 40,000 people put on their running boots to raise money for a good cause at the London Marathon on Sunday.
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Charlie Thornton played his way to victory in the Berkhamsted Trophy. Picture by Ian Hall

Golf: Fulford’s Charlie Thornton wins Berkhamsted Trophy after play-off

The Berkhamsted Trophy climaxed in a sudden-death play-off between two golfers from Yorkshire.

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Blind bowler is world champion

A Berkhamsted bowler didn’t need the run of the green when she travelled 8,500 miles to lift the World Blind Bowls Championships.

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