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    £7 million lotto win!  

A WITHERNSEA family is celebrating after scooping almost £7 million from a Valentine’s Day Double Lotto Rollover draw.
Ecstatic Withernsea couple Paul Lawton, 56, and his wife Debbie, 49, are on cloud nine after winning a life-changing £6,911,442. They were presented with their cheque in a speciallystaged event at a Hull hotel yesterday morning.  ............[read more]

    Former Hornsea plumber, turned photographer, grabs national glory  

A HORNSEA photographer has won international recognition after scooping a major award from the Guild of Professional Photographers.

Gavin Prest, 52, of Hull Road, who runs Gavin Prest Photography in the Market Place, scooped the highest award the Guild can offer, the status of Master Craftsman.  ...........[read more]

A 62-year-old Thorngumbald man involved in a tax fraud estimated to be in excess of £1 million, was jailed for two years when he appeared for sentence at Hull Crown Court on Monday.
John Baker, of Main Road, was also handed a benefits of crime order amounting to £600,000.  ...............[read more]
  Sports News...  
    The ‘Comeback Kings’ do it again!  

EASINGTON United’s reputation for stirring comebacks was again enhanced last Saturday when they staged another remarkable rally to beat Dinnington Town in the CML North Division.
For the second time this season the Eastenders trailed 0-3 and 1-4 in a game before half-time. But whereas the previous occasion saw them battle back to take a point at Thorne Colliery, this time they went one better, completing another famous victory.  .
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    Smith treble enough to send Roos to the top  
ROOS FC went to the top of County League Division Three last Saturday following their 5-2 victory away at bottom club Langtoft.
In recent seasons this had not been a happy hunting ground for Roos but manager Les Sennett received a boost on arrival at the ground with Luke Smith making himself available, having initially withdrawn from the side on Friday with a heavy cold.  ..............(read more)
    Hollismen wrap up big win  
THE Hollis crowd were treated to a rare victory at the Rec this week and despite some glaring errors it was a win of some style.
To Grimsby’s credit on Six Nations day, and a plethora of call offs in the morning, they travelled with a bare fifteen. In addition, the age difference across the two teams was huge and without doubt experience was in the South Bank team’s favour. Add to this the late appointment of a top class referee – a good game was expected.   ..........(read more)
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