[This Is South Devon] - Ashley James SMITH, Starpitten Lane West, Torquay. Age: 18. On at Torquay had possession of 0.75g of cannabis, a controlled drug of class B. Plea: Guilty. Breach of conditional discharge. Fined £150. Victim surcharge of £15. Costs of £85.
[Norwich Evening News] - James Smith, who hopes the battle will help to raise the profile of the business in the Norwich area, says all the farm shop's meat is locally sourced – including pigs from Blythburgh. James hopes his background will give him an edge over some of the
[Cricket World] - The visitors were in trouble at before James Smith led the recovery with 61 and Paul Hutchison, making a rare appearance, scored 42 lower down the order to enable them to reach Marsden with and fellow off spinner Steve Watts came
[Oxford Mail] - James Smith hit 65, but no received no support as Oxford were all out for James Beesley took and Simon McLeman collected Matt Wareham's 62 ensured the hosts eased to Long Marston 25, Oxford 2nd 5. Challow & Childrey also lost
[Sabotage Times] - I caught up with the lead singer James Smith to have a chat: New Single, 'Bad Signal' talks very much about the perils of social media and Facebook, especially where relationships are concerned, what's the story behind the single? Yeah, it's definitely
[Wirral Globe] - Gavin Roberts, James Smith, Stuart Cross and Dom Kohler crossed for Caldy and Richard Vasey kept the scoreboard ticking with two penalties and three conversions. Birkenhead Park with key players missing were on the wrong side of a scoreline at
[Maidenhead Advertiser] - “Richie Craig is away on duty at the Paralympics, Elliott Brown is away travelling, while Jamie Townsend and James Smith are in New Zealand. “These should all return, but in the short terms others will fill the gaps and have the chance to claim the shirt.
[Bicester Advertiser] - James Smith had made 51 and Ian Crosby 31, while Twyford's left-arm spinner Bilal Afzal took Bicester & North Oxford held high-fliers Bledlow Vill-age to a draw and came close to winning their Division 3 game. Dan Murphy made 54 in Bicester's 179
[Wigan Today] - Leigh Phoenix top Crystal Leisure Wear.co.uk Division One after a narrow 4-3 win over St Judes, Cherrybrook won 3-0 at Leigh Legion, Standish St Wilfs Res went goal crazy at Goose Green winning 6-2, while Aspull's James Smith netted twice as his side
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - Mark Robertshaw (101) and James Smith (78) responded with stellar knocks for Saints but a brilliant from Scott Etherington had them all out at Pudsey Congs beat hosts Undercliffe with four wickets to spare. The home side were all out at 200
[Chard & Ilminster News] - Edward Yeo was presented with virtually an open goal but Chard 's James Smith did superbly to get in a magnificent block to keep the hosts in the game. This was followed immediately by a further good save from Billy Tucker's effort. The Robins had
[Buckingham Advertiser] - James Smith went over for the fourth try with just one of the four tries converted to give Buckingham a straightforward win. Coach Alan Lane expressed his satisfaction with what he had seen from his team having had the opportunity to get the cobwebs
[Lynn News] Hagen Motor Services, was tenth on the Saturday after, coming back strongly from a spin-off and was 16th on the Sunday. Thanks to the main sponsor Luke Loades of Rounce and Evans Property Management, James Smith of All Signs and Shaun Hagen.
[Time Out London] - He keeps the rain off his Crombie coat with a James Smith umbrella, carefully colour matched to his gleaming croc briefcase. Regarding gadgetry with distaste, he still uses a fountain pen and shuns an online calendar in favour of a handsome Smythson
[Haverhill Echo] - Lashings rattled up off their 30 overs, as Haverhill's Russ Davis took off three overs and Simon Youngs, Dan Poole, James Smith and 15-year-old Callum Brunning took one wicket apiece. In reply, Haverhill made a solid start through Dan Pass