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Bracknell Bees coach Gareth Cox insists that the wholesale changes made at the Hive this summer were unavoidable after last season.
Twyford middle-distance runner Zak Seddon will this weekend travel to northern France in preparation for the 2011 IAAF World Youth Championships.
Bracknell Bees have made their final major signing of the summer with the arrival of Latvian defenceman Sergejs Louskins.
Young Bracknell Bees forward Alex Barker turned down moves to a number of their local rivals in favour of staying at the Hive next season.
Alex Barker believes the disappointment of last season, and the lessons he learned in his first EPIHL campaign, will see him go on to bigger and better things.
Bracknell Bees this week completed their roster for the start of the 2011/12 season by signing British forward Scott Spearing.
Twyford athlete Zak Seddon cemented his position as one of the top young runners in Europe with a fifth-place finish at the World Youth Athletics Championships in Lille last week.
Three teenagers from Wokingham Canoe Club are preparing to jet off to the USA to take part in the Dragonboat World Championships.
Wokingham mixed martial artist Michelle ‘Tough Love’ Tyler is not what you would expect from your regular cage fighter.
Attractive, incredibly amicable and unashamedly modest, 30-year-old Tyler is a far cry from the surly bruisers that usually step into the cage.
Bracknell Bees assistant coach Lukas Smital believes the players who have signed for the club during the off season will take to the ice with a point to prove when the new campaign starts next month.