Former Portsmouth players will be among those who'll don their cricket whites for a charity cricket match in memory of a popular local sportsman who passed away after suffering from MND.
Ex Pompey boss Andy Awford and Havant manager Lee Bradbury will play in the match at Ridge Meadow in Hambledon on Sunday at 1pm.
They'll be raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of former Portsmouth and Waterlooville player Kim Manns.
After passing away aged 61, Manns raised £30,000 for MND Research.
Other well-known faces set to take part include Guy Butters and Jason Dodd.
Entry to the game is free and auction lots include shirts signed by Hampshire and Middlesex, David Gower, Ian Botham, Ian Smith, David Lloyd, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton.
AFC Bournemouth have been given the go ahead for their plans to build new training facilities.
Bournemouth Council's Planning Board has granted permission for all three applications put forward by the football club.
It'll now mean the club can build a new first-team training pavilion, create an additional training pitch, erect temporary screening or fencing around the training pitches for one year and install a broadcasting compound, TV studio and boiler room for under-pitch heating.
In reaching this decision to grant all three applications the board had to consider a number of elements of planning policy and other relevant factors. It is important that we balanced support for the club with a duty to preserve access to public land. We feel that the conditions we have made in granting approval ensure that this is the case.”
Southampton have terminated the contract of Italy striker Dani Osvaldo, the club have confirmed.
The forward, who arrived for £13million from Roma in 2013, made little impact at St Mary's apart from being involved in a training ground dispute with Jose Fonte.
In recent times he has enjoyed loan spells at Juventus, Inter Milan and Boca Juniors.
First Great Western has announced that all 156 additional trains provided for the Henley Royal Regatta will run despite heat related speed restrictions in the London Thames Valley area today.
To stay comfortable passengers are reminded to carry water and sun screen. Also, passengers are being urged not to board trains if they feel unwell.
With up to 60,000 people expected to make the train journey to and from the Henley Royal Regatta between Wednesday 1 and Sunday 5 July, services are expected to be exceptionally busy.
Whether you're a sporting fan or not, you can't have failed to notice Wimbledon fortnight has just begun. And once again suppliers in the south east are making hay while the sun shines by sending their wares to the world-famous tournament.
But for the first time in Wimbledon's history, there'll be an English wine on the menu - and it's from Bolney in Sussex.
David Johns reports, speaking to wine maker Sam Linter and strawberry grower Marion Regan.
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