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Once again your match reports have been flooding in, and the standard has been so high that we have three more winners.
Each of them will be receiving a Sport Academy goodie bag and you too could be a winner if you send us a report.
Next Monday's published winners will each receive a brilliant behind-the-scenes video of the Lions Tour of Australia last winter.
So check out the competition below and make sure you're in with a chance of winning by entering next week.
Jamie Parker (13) is our first winner this week with a fantastic rugby report on a match between Rovers and Billingham.
We can't publish the whole report as it was a bit long, but we particularly loved the finale.
The game was rounded off with a try from Micheal Railton.
After some great rucking and recycling, the ball was sent down the line for the winger to open his account for the season.
Great thanks to Billingham for the game and we hope all is well with the prop that had to leave for hospital.
Martha Harrington (14) sent in a great report of a netball match at her school, demonstrating how competitive school sport can be.
The report was great but we loved the way she set the scene first.
Six times a year we are put against our rival houses and fight to the bitter end. This time its personal.
My house, Cromwell don't do very well in the inter-houses, well not in my year. The only time we have come first is in the swimming, and that's because we don't cheat.
So, we stand there in the freezing cold and gail force wind, cheering the losing team. "Go Cromwell!" shout the sea of green badges, the distinctive Cromwell uniform.
Five minutes in we're 6-0 down.
I would be playing, honestly, but netball really isn't my game, and the whole of the Montague team are also on the county team and the school team.
And our third winner this week is Matthew Jones (14) who got his own opinions across in his report of the goalless draw between Darlington and Lincoln City.
Darlington went into this game looking for anything but a loss.
Lincoln City were more than ten places above Darlington before the match started, but after seeing them play, they didn't deserve to be pushing for promotion.
And he added... Clarke Keltie, Darlington's newly promoted youth player had a superb game.
A bit shot-shy at first maybe, but he had good chances - many of which were stopped on the line.