SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Dreary and undignified athletes, a muscle-bound slogger, biting the hands that feeds, an heroic referee

Thank goodness that’s over.

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Robin Tiger Williams (right) is pictured with the rest of the England Boys team celebrating Home International success.

More international success for the roaring Tiger from Milton

The summer just gets better and better for young Peterborough Milton star Robin Tiger Williams.

The Milton junior team that retained the Cambs Cup. They are from the left, Jacob Williams, Charlie Armitage, Michael Wood, Ben Baker, Adam OBrien and Kai Raymond.

Milton youngsters are Cambs county cup kings once again

Peterborough Milton’s juniors retained the Cambridgeshire Friendly Cup after a thrilling final against Newmarket at Saffron Walden Golf Club.

Nene Park Ladies club champion Denise Payne (left) and net competition winner Barbara Bird (right) received their trophies from captain Cath Hunt at a presentation evening at The Farmers, Yaxley, which followed the Lady Captain's Day competition.

Local youngsters fare well in English Amateur Championship

Local youngsters Tom Forster and Robin Tiger Williams both made it through to the knockout stages of the big English Amateur Championship at The Berkshire last week.

Robin Tiger Williams.

HOME INTERNATIONALS: Tiger looking good for England

Peterborough Milton’s 15 year-old Robin Tiger Williams is going great guns for England Boys in the Home International Championsip at the St Anne’s Old Links Club in Lytham.

Robin Tiger Williams pictured at the English Under 18 Open. Picture: Leaderboard Photography

One bad hole so costly for Milton’s young Tiger

It’s been a marvellous month for Peterborough Milton hot-shot Robin Tiger Williams.

Robin Tiger Williams at the English Under 18 Open.  Picture: Leaderboard Photography

ENGLISH UNDER 18 OPEN: Tiger pays the price for one bad hole

One bad hole cost Peterborough Milton’s Robin Tiger Williams dearly in the final round of the England Under 18 Open at West Sussex Golf Club yesterday (July 28).

Robin Tiger Williams in action at the English Under 18 Open. Picture: Leaderboard Photography

GOLF: The Milton Tiger is poised to pounce

Peterborough Milton’s Robin Tiger Williams is in a greta position going into the final round of the England Under 18 Open Championship at West Sussex Golf Club today (July 28).

Perfect Adam Peaty.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Adam is number one, cheerleading isn’t journalism, the classiest man in sport, a pointless procession

It’s a shame for a man who set more world records and now holds the 10 fastest times in 100m breaststroke history that he picked up his latest gold medal on a weekend when the Open, a World Cup cricket final and the Tour de France finale were all taking place.

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Suzanne Dickens (left) and Ann  Curwen were pipped at the post in the Lombard Trophy Regional Final.

Delight and despair for Thorpe Wood pairing

Thorpe Wood duo Suzanne Dickens and Ann Curwen suffered mixed emotions at the big WPGA Lombard Trophy Regional Final at Camberley Heath Golf Club this week.

Robin Tiger Williams
 in action. Picture:  Leaderboard Photography

ENGLAND UNDER 18 OPEN: Milton star Williams in second place

Peterborough Milton Golf Club’s young star Robin Tiger Williams was lying in second place going into the third round of the England Under 18 Open at West Sussex Golf Club today (July 27).

Burghley Park Golf Club.

GOLF: Burghley Park awarded top amateur competition

Following on from the successful hosting of the Midland Region and County Championships, Burghley Park Golf Club have been awarded a top national competition.

Robin Tiger Williams.

INTERNATIONAL DEBUT: Milton youngster helps England to Nations Cup success

Young Peterborough Milton Golf Club star Robin Tiger Williams finished third in the English Boys Under 16 Open Championship at Burnham and Berrow Golf Club in Somerset at the weekend.

Nene Park Seniors Open champion Tony Curtis flanked by club captain Ray Palmer (left) and sponsor David Flynn of Kia Broadgate.

ROUND-UP: Mike is Milton’s main man, Tony Curtis stars in seniors open, promotion for Elton Furze

Mike Williamson was Milton’s main man in a Martin Bains qualifier.

Robin Tiger Williams has been picked for England.

Milton’s young Tiger claws his way into the England team

Hot Peterborough Milton prospect Robin Tiger Williams has earned an international call-up.

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Pat Dawson.

JUNIOR GOLF: Milton youngsters do well at county championships

The junior members at Peterborough Milton have been going great guns of late.

Thomas the Tank Engine.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: A boring, one-sided, one-day event, Saints supporters are deluded, Mayweather ‘fight’ will be a farce

Pakistan, and their supporters, saved what was a dismal Champions Trophy competition.

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Stuart Brown with his prize for winning the PGA Order of Merit event at Bentley. Photo: Tony Rushmer.

ORDER OF MERIT: Brown victory after seven play-off holes

Orton Meadows golf professional Stuart Brown clinched victory in a PGA Order of Merit thriller at Bentley GC yesterday (June 22), thanks to a superb birdie two at the SEVENTH play-off hole to finally shake off Chase Davis.

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Lincolnshire girls champion Ellie Haughton with Lincolnshire Ladies president Jayne Crooks.

Birdie blitz for Brown but it’s not quite enough

Thorpe Wood professional Stuart Brown and playing partner Adam Pike from Brampton Park produced some sparkling golf in the big PGA Fourball East qualifying event at Bush Hill Park Golf Club.

Graham Smith.

GOLF RESULTS: It’s Smith first, second and third at Greetham

Smith was the name of the game at at Greetham Valley at the weekend.

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