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Wow! A record number of you have been bashing away at your keyboards this week.

You've been busy filing your reports from all sorts of matches and events. And the standard just keeps getting better and better.

This week we're going to be kitting two winners out in fab adidas hooded tops.

So get writing now to be in with a chance of winning.

Your report can be on any sporting event, be it international, club or school level, but must not be longer than 200 words.

Last week's winners, who each receive a copy of LMA Manager 2003 on PlayStation 2, are published below.


Our first winner this week was Kyle Fenton with his account of a thrilling 3-3 draw between Macclesfield Town and Torquay United.

This is how he opened his report ...

Macclesfield looked like they were counting the fans in the first ten minutes as Torquay put three goals past Wilson.

Graham got the first in the 36th second. Fowler got the second in the seventh minute and Woozly got the third in the tenth minute.

Tipton had a great shot for Macclesfield which was saved by Welch but Eaton scored from the rebound.

And this is how he described Macclesfield's comeback...

Debutant Steve Macauley got on the end of a great cross and scored for Macclesfield.

Macclesfield were fighting and Adams got down the wing. He crosed a brilliant ball which Lightbourne headed into the back of the net with three minutes left.


Our second winner was Simon Shaw who told us about his brother's first rugby session.

But what he doesn't tell us is if his brother will ever venture onto the rugby pitch again...

Eagerly he put on his new black rugby top, a smile was now etched on his face.

He bounded over towards the rest of the team and lined up ready for the next onslaught.

I cheered and cheered for him, hoping he would obtain the ball or put in a tackle.

His side ran out easy winners but he seemed distraught.

He had tried his very hardest to understand this complicated game but to no avail.

He had ran his heart out but hadn't touched the ball

Well done to Kyle and Simon.

If you think you can do better make sure you enter this and every week!

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