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first_imgDorset bakery Honeybuns has launched its new range of cookies at the Caffé Culture exhibition. The products include polenta and ground, toasted almonds and are free from gluten and refined sugar.The new cookie flavours are: Triple Chocolate Tinker, made with three grades of chocolate and a pure vanilla, with a dash of espresso; Dorset Apple Cake Cookie, made with apples, lemon zest and Somerset cider brandy-soaked raisins; and Honey, Almond & Salted Pistachio, made with honey from local bee farmer Filberts. A combination of honey and natural fruit sweeteners have been used instead of sugar. www.honeybuns.co.uklast_img read more

first_img City of Newcastle GC have been crowned European club champions after a stunning fightback saw them defeat rivals from 24 other nations at the finals in France.England’s representatives from Northumberland (pictured above after winning the national title last month) started the day six shots adrift of Germany’s Stuttgarter GC at the Golf du Medoc resort near Bordeaux as the cream of the continent battled for the European Men’s Club Trophy.With two out of three scores counting towards the team total, a pair of level par rounds from Alex Dixon and Andrew Minnikin left City of Newcastle in among the pack and requiring some final day fireworks.Dixon duly obliged with a brilliant five under par round of 66 and this – allied with a one under par round of 70 from Phil Ridden – allowed the English champions to add European glory to the national title won in some style last month at Romford GC in Essex.A team total of six-under par for the two-day tournament was enough to leave all their rivals in the shade. Icelandic team GKG finished four shots adrift in second place.Dixon’s final round included five birdies on the front nine and also helped him finish second in the individual event just a shot behind Frenchman Raphael Le Bot.The three-man City of Newcastle team – all of whom have plus three handicaps – stopped a winning run from home favourites Racing Club de France La Boulie who entered the 45th staging of the event looking to win their fourth title in five years. 26 Oct 2019 City of Newcastle storm to European Men’s Trophy victory Tags: Northumberlandlast_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Sadio Mane celebrates his goal for Liverpool against Spartak Moscow in a UEFA Champions League tie. PHOTO/Daily MailLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 2 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that his players gave Sadio Mane a standing ovation after the 2-1 win against Burnley in the Premier League on Monday.The Reds were made to work hard for their three points at Turf Moor. The teams were locked at 0-0 until the 61st minute when Mane produced the opening goal as he found the back of the net from the edge of the area. Johann Gudmundsson equalised in the 87th minute, but Ragnar Klavan netted the winner in stoppage time to clinch victory for the visitors. However, it was Mane who received the plaudits in the dressing room.“We came into the dressing room and the whole team got up and gave him big hands,” Klopp told Sky Sports. “It’s not the easiest time in this moment, it’s not fluent, but scoring that goal shows pure class, so I am really happy about that.”“In so many moments he is strong, quick, so many things. And in the other moments where it doesn’t click, he scores a goal like this and it is like ‘wow’,” he added.“He came into the dressing room and the whole team got up and gave him a hand, because they know. He will be back on top.“He has made steps. We need him, we need him so much for all the things that are coming. I am happy because I had a lot of players with moments where it wasn’t clicking and they never scored. Sadio still scores, and that’s really cool!”0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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