Totton's Aaron Phipps has helped Great Britain to create history by defeating wheelchair rugby powerhouses USA to win Paralympic gold in Tokyo.
THE country's top mountain bike riders competed in the third round of the UK National Cross-Country Series on a New Forest course.
UK flatland champion and world record holder Lee Musselwhite surprised holidaymakers at Hoburne Naish in New Milton to a stunning BMX display.
BROCKENHURST and Christchurch played out a thrilling derby match, with Brock's Silvano Obeng blasting a hat-trick to clinch a last-minute 4-3 win.
Lymington Town celebrated a first win in their new league with a thrilling match at Barnstaple Town.
Lymington CC's depleted side gave likely champions South Wilts a scare before ultimately missing the host's formidable total by just 38 runs.
AFC Totton clinched three well-earned points on the opening weekend thanks to a penalty from Jack Hoey against pre-season favourites Plymouth Parkway.
New Milton failed to reach a hundred for the third straight week as Sparsholt narrowly won with a wicket to spare thanks to teenager Thomas Ley.
New Milton Town FC started the season with a superb 4-2 home win over last season's runaway league leaders Laverstock & Ford at the JMC Stadium.
A late penalty from Lewis Ross helped a depleted Bashley FC come from behind against Calne, forcing a replay tonight at the Glen Mex Stadium.
A second-half brace from Harry McGrath and multiple saves from Ross Casey allowed Lymington Town to progress past Larkhall and into the next round.
LOCAL non-league clubs returned to competitive action for the first time since the football season was curtailed in February due to the coronavirus.
CALMORE Sports have sealed a Voneus Village Cup final spot after dominating Stoke Green in the semi and winning by 10 wickets.
A SUPERB captain's performance from George Watts saw a convincing five-wicket win over Andover.
Ringwood's Martin Young narrowly missed out at the British Seniors Open after hitting a spectator and ending up in the sand in the final round.
CHRISTCHURCH'S Emma Wilson has won an Olympic bronze medal at her very first games after racing superbly all week coming in the top two seven times.
NEW Milton’s Charlotte Taylor made it a debut to remember with a superb wicket after making her Southern Brave debut in The Hundred.
CHRISTCHURCH windsurfer Emma Wilson is guaranteed at least a bronze after her three races this morning (Thursday).
CHRISTCHURCH'S Emma Wilson has put herself in gold medal position with two wins out of three on the third day of racing at the Tokyo Olympics.
ANOTHER middle-order collapse from Lymington and a six-wicket haul from teenager Ethan Baker helped Bashley beat local rivals Lymington.