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Image released of man police want to speak to

24-year-old William Peter Hall is from Rugby Credit: Warwickshire Police

Warwickshire Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in relation to an alleged incident of grievous bodily harm.

William Peter Hall is from Rugby and police are looking to speak to the 24-year-old in relation to an alleged incident of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

The incident occurred on Sunday 6 December 2015 at 4.43pm at an address in Deerings Road, Rugby.

Anyone who may have information on the 24-year-old is asked to call Warwickshire Police on 101, quoting incident 265 of 6 December 2015.

Alternatively, if you do not feel comfortable speaking directly to the police then you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

Northampton Saints secure second win of season

Stephen Myler scored all his side's points from the kicking tee Credit: PA

Northampton Saints secured a much needed second win of the season tonight, claiming a 15-3 victory over Gloucester.

There were no tries in the match, with all points coming courtesy of penalty kicks from fly halves Stephen Myler and Billy Twelvetrees.

Myler's fifteen points were enough to secure the win, which lifts Saints to fifth in the table.

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Northampton Saints sign French star Louis Picamoles

Louis Picamoles is one of the stars of French rugby Credit: PA

Northampton Saints have announced the signing of France and Toulouse star Louis Picamoles for next season.

Number 8 Picamoles was part of the French World Cup squad which reached the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup last month.

He scored in their 13-62 loss against New Zealand in the knockout stages of the tournament.

“It is going to be an honour to become part of a club as prestigious as the Saints. I’m really looking forward to learn more about the club, my future team mates, to play in the Aviva Premiership and to immerse myself in the English culture, especially my first big derby against Leicester!"

– Louis Picamoles

Firefighters rescue bull with head stuck in tree

Firefighters have come to the rescue of a bull which had its head stuck in a tree.

The bull with its head in a tree Credit: Twitter/@WarksFireRescue

Crews from Warwickshire Fire and Rescue received the call just before 11am this morning, and went to Barby Road in Rugby.

It took them just over an hour to free the bull.

Fire crews used "Specialist Large Animal rescue equipment" to free the bull Credit: Twitter/@WarksFireRescue
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