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Snowboarding siblings beat the bullies to win Great Britain call-up

Liam and Claire Kempton-Robshaw first took up the sport of snowboarding as an escape from school bullies, but it was quickly clear this would be more than just a hobby. They have now both been called up by Great Britain and are targeting the next Winter Olympics in 2018. Mike Hall went to see them in action.

Both Liam and Claire are looking for sponsors to help fund their Winter Olympic dream. Learn more about them by visiting their website here or Liam's pledge page here or following them on Twitter: @liamkr96 twitter @Clairekr_sbx

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Double joy for Preston's Joe Garner at the Football League Awards 2015

Joe Garner and Manchester United's Angel Di Maria in action during the FA Cup Fifth Round match at Deepdale Credit: Press Association.

Preston North End’s Joe Garner has been named the Sky Bet League 1 Player of the Year at The Football League Awards and picked up the Goal of the Year award too.

Garner beat competition from Milton Keynes Dons’ Dele Alli and Bristol City’s Luke Freeman to claim the overall Sky Bet League 1 Player of the Year Award.

He won Goal of the Year for his superb strike in last season’s play-off game against Rotherham at Deepdale.

Click blow to watch the wonder goal:

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Bury's Danny Mayor claims League Two Player of the Year award

Danny Mayor holds off Shrewsbury Town's Keith Southern during a Sky Bet League Two match at the JD Stadium. Credit: Press Association.

Bury’s Danny Mayor has been named the Sky Bet League 2 Player of the Year at The Football League Awards 2015 following a vote among club managers.

Mayor received the award at the gala ceremony at The Brewery, London, on Sunday evening in front of over 600 guests from clubs, sponsors and the football industry.

He beat competition from Shrewsbury Town’s Ryan Woods and Wycombe Wanderers’ Alfie Mawson to claim the title.

Danny Mayor's Sky Bet League 2 Player of the Year trophy. Credit: Press Association.

Lancashire cricketer smashes world record with 350

World record score of 350 recorded on the scoreboard at Nantwich CC Credit: MEN Syndication

Lancashire's Liam Livingstone has set a new batting world record after smashing an astonishing 350 in a 45-over game for Nantwich Town Cricket Club.

In all, Livingstone smashed 37 fours and 27 sixes in his amazing 138-ball innings.

The 21-year-old, who made his Lancashire debut last season, hit his first hundred off just 47 deliveries, blasting 10 fours and nine sixes before moving to 150 just 20 balls later for the Cheshire County Premier League side in the National Club Knockout game against Caldy Cricket Club.

Livingstone, who is from Barrow, then moved to his treble hundred off 123 balls (31 fours, 22 sixes) with the score 444-6 before bringing up 350 just fourteen balls later (34 fours, 27 sixes).

Lancashire's Liam Livingstone Credit: MEN Syndication

"It is all a bit surreal. It hasn't sunk in yet but it is a very proud day and luckily my mum and dad were there to see it.

"Unfortunately I have got training with Lancashire at 10 o'clock in the morning, so I will be having an early night.

"But sometime in the near future, I will definitely be having a few drinks to celebrate."

– Liam Livingstone
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