Pass it on...

It’s been a brilliant week since kicking off our seventh year at South West Sports News.

Website visitors have increased and every day more of you are interacting with us on twitter with informative updates or advance fixture notifications as well as pitching in with some good, clean, fun banter.

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ENGLAND HANDBALL South West round five this weekend

England Handball logoNewly formed Newquay host Cardiff today in England Handball South West round five at the Dragon Leisure Centre, Bodmin, 1500.

Six sides compete in the men's regional league, topped by unbeaten Oxford University Handball Club.

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PREVIEW Super sports Saturday!

exeter chiefs scrum half haydn thomas courtesy & copyright philip mingo at pinnacle photo agency ukMorning team!

So many things to tell you but first would advise you to check out our #swrugby #swfootball and #swhockey fixtures lists because it's a really busy sporting Saturday.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! from South West Sports News

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the best for a peaceful and fruitful 2014.

Thank you all for your support in 2013. It is appreciated... 

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FRIDAY TEAM BRIEFING... pause for Fort

south west sports news black and white logoReasons why SWSN attempts to put as full a home ground address on sports fixtures as we can and why we request confirmation of kick off times:

• SWSN is trying to promote your club/team/sport as much as a one-man sports hub possibly can

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SW HANDBALL League round two preview

Six sides compete in the men's England Handball South West regional league, topped by Oxford University Handball Club who have beaten Bristol and Southampton University in their opening fixtures.

The leaders are fixtured to host Cardiff next Sunday, November 17 (at 1500) while Bath University are reschuelded to play Southampton at Faringdon in Oxfordshire today (1200).

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WARMING UP TO Support regional sport!

Rugby roads may lead you to a television screen this afternoon but why not watch the big Six Nations games from your local clubhouse and, at the same time, support your local rugby team?

There are some cracking games on across the region ... in fact Bridgend Ravens are due to play Neath in the Principality Premiership in half an hour, kick off 1130.

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