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Audlem FC training
Preparing for Audlem Cycling Club July Series Road Race

Sport was dominating the playing field and nearby car park last night.

On the field, the new Audlem FC were into serious training. They will be playing League football from September so fingers are crossed that Cheshire East will get the long-missing goal posts back in place in good time!

More on Audlem FC shortly.

Meanwhile, the riders were gathering on the car park for Audlem Cycling Club's latest July Series Road Race.

Fingers will also be crossed in the entire cycling fraternity as the Tour de France resumes after a rest day yesterday. With two British riders currently occupying the lead, is this the year? There's never been a British winner before.

 

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