Beverley's Kyle Edmund has lost 7-6 (7/4) 6-1 6-2 to Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov in the first round at Wimbledon.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund takes on the Ukranian number one Alexandr Dolgopolov at Wimbledon today.
Edmund - currently ranked at a career high 101 in the world has a tough match on his hands with the Ukranian having reached the last 32 in the past two years.
Farms across the region have been opening their doors to children this week - and for many it will be their first visit to a working farm.
It is hoped the visits will make children think more carefully about where their food - and clothes- come from. Helen Steel reports from a farm near Beverley.
Schoolchildren in our region are having a taste of life on a farm this week.
The National Farmers Union (NFU) have organised an open day in Beverley and want more youngsters to learn about where their food comes from.
Lucinda Douglas is from the NFU:
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has withdrawn from the French Open with an abdominal injury ahead of his second round match against Australia's Nick Kyrgios.
Unfortunately I have had to withdraw from my second round match here at Roland Garros due to an abdominal injury.
On doctors advice and to avoid making the injury worse I have withdrawn to recover and prepare for the grass.
Would just like to thank everyone for the support! ?
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David Davis MP is to meet senior US officials to try to secure the release of British resident Shaker Aamer from Guantanamo Bay.
The MP for Haltemprice and Howden is part of a cross-party group due to meet senior officials in Washington to try to ensure the release takes place.
It is believed Mr Aamer, 48, could be released by US authorities as early as next month (June).
The Londoner has spent 13 years in captivity without charge or trial.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after the rider of a mobility scooter is said to have ridden into a 79-year-old woman in Beverley.
The woman fell at the junction of Champney Road and Lairgate, sustaining minor injuries to her hands and feet. It happened just after midday on Saturday 2 May as crowds gathered to watch the Tour de Yorkshire.
It was a busy time with lots of people on the streets. I believe that other members of the public did try to call the scooter rider to ask them to stop without success. I would appeal to the rider to contact the police at the earliest opportunity and if anyone witnessed the incident they should call us too.
An investigation is being carried out after a family secretly filmed a great-grandmother's treatment at the hands of care staff at a home in East Yorkshire.
The 84-year-old Alzheimer's patient is seen on footage from a hidden camera, apparently being called a witch by carers in Beverley who also appear to mimic her groans.
Michael Billington reports: