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Basketball: Former Glyndwr Nets star Delme Herriman recounts his life as a professional basketball player

HE started his career at Manchester United, captained his country, was the first Englishman to play in Serie A and fulfilled his dream as a professional sportsman in America and across Europe for more than 15 years, writes David Bergin.Read

Cricket: Promoted Halkyn players honoured by league

HALKYN CC capped a great 2009 at the North Wales League AGM.Read

Football: Every game’s a cup final for Nomads boss McGregor

GAP Connah’s Quay face 16 ‘cup finals’ after a much-needed success against title-chasing The New Saints last Friday.Read

Football: Pacesetters Rhydymwyn strike late on to extend Welsh Alliance advantage

LEADERS Rhydymwyn left it late to extend their advantage at the top of the Welsh Alliance league standings.Read

Football: Wingmakers are capped after Wales debuts

TWO Airbus UK Broughton players have received Welsh caps after making their international debuts last year.Read

Netball: Deeside Dice are spot-on with return to winning ways

DEESIDE Dice returned to winning ways against North East Wales Division Three title contenders Mold Dragons, after losing their last two matches.Read

Football: Harrison seeks further Airbus improvements in push for ‘Super 12’

CRAIG Harrison was pleased with his side’s two performances against the Welsh Premier League’s big guns, but the Airbus UK Broughton manager still believes there is room for improvement, writes DAVID BERGIN.Read

Badminton: Deesiders prove a point to stay clear

FLINTSHIRE Badminton League Division One leaders Deeside struggled to salvage a draw against an improving Denbigh side.Read

Football: Eagles land a convincing success

FLINT & Bagillt Eagles had a magnificent seven in the Under 16s division against struggling Holywell Town Juniors.Read

Rugby league: Warriors prove too strong for Crusaders

FORMER Wigan coach Brian Noble made an unhappy return to Lancashire when his Crusaders side were crushed 38-6 by the Super League giants.Read

Basketball: Glyndwr Nets fall to third defeat on the bounce

Big Storage Glyndwr Nets 65 Edmonton Storm 78Read

School sports: Youngsters enjoy Dragon Sports experience

THE Dragon Sports programme dropped in on Rhos Helyg Junior School last week and proved a huge success with pupils.Read

Tennis: Get in the swing with half-term course

WREXHAM Tennis Centre is holding half-term activities for budding tennis players next week.Read

Athletics: Deeside ace Connor Leckenby sets a hot pace at North Wales Indoor Championships

DEESIDERS featured prominently at this year’s North Wales Indoor Athletics Championships with Connor Leckenby celebrating a hat-trick of golds.Read

Football: Alex Jones sends Coyotes through in cup

THE Under 13s’ Ken Partington Challenge Cup second-round tie between Mynydd Isa Coyotes and Hawarden Rangers was settled by a second-half Alex Jones strike, which sent Rangers through to round three with a 1-0 success.Read

Football: Unstoppable Wolves remain ahead of the chasing pack

LEADERS Ysceifiog Wolves continue to set a hot pace at the top of the Under 12s Division with an emphatic 8-1 win against battling Mold Juniors.Read

Rugby union: Shotton ready to celebrate a landmark year

A FLINTSHIRE rugby club is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.Read

Football: Derwen make a flying start in Challenge Cup success

DERWEN Deg progressed to the third round of the Queensferry Sports Challenge Cup with a 4-2 win at Burntwood.Read

Castell Alun fall victim to league leaders

PREMIER Division title favourites Rhos Aelwyd proved too strong for a battling Castell Alun Colts side.Read

Author Profile

David Bergin is a Multi Media Journalist Sport, for the Chester Chronicle, Flintshire Chronicle, Whitchurch Herald, Ellesmere Port Pioneer and Chronicle Xtra. Formerly a designer and sub-editor. Phone 01244 606463 or (mobile) 07789653367.