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Kaden Hopkins continued competing in the Tour of Guadeloupe, as a guest rider for Dominican team Inteja.
A double from Ben Tollitt resigned Dale Eve and his Spennymoor teammates to a 2 - 0 defeat at league leaders AFC Fylde on a tough night in Lancashire.
Justin Donawa scored his first goal of the season in the 46th minute helping Solihull defeat Altrincham FC, 2 - 1.
Reggie Lambe and Willie Clemons both started for Stowmarket Town but they could not prevent their team from falling 4 – 1 to Tilbury.
Keziah Martin and his Kidderminster teammates drew 1 – 1 on the road with Chorley.
D’Andre Wainwright scored his second goal in as many games helping his Redcar Athletic FC teammates picked up a 4 – 3 win over Sunderland RCA on the road.
Joshua Joseph, Zenawi Bowen, Shane Robinson, Stefan Simmons, and their Thomas College Men's Soccer teammates defeated the University of Maine-Farmington 2 – 0.
Mia Fishel and her No. 8 UCLA Women’s Soccer teammates scored another early goal but gave up a second-half equalizer in a hard-fought 1 - 1 draw at Washington State.
The Butterfield Bermuda Championship will begin this week, Matthew Fitzpatrick who will make his Bermuda debut is looking forward to the challenge.
Following her 13th place finish in the World Triathlon Cup in South Korea last weekend, Erica Hawley will line up again this weekend to compete in the 2021 World Triathlon Cup Tongyeong.
Brian Desmond and his Fordham Men’s Swimming & Diving teammates closed out a busy start to the season with its second meet in less than 24 hours as they swept the meet with the Monmouth Hawks.
Aeziah Divine was really happy to make it to the final double-points round after missing round 6.