Jordan Nobbs is relishing the opportunity to link up with new signing Lianne Sanderson when Arsenal head to Japan for the International Women’s Club Championship.
Islington light-welterweight Charlie Rice says he has rediscovered his love of boxing as he prepares to end a 10-month exile from the ring on Friday night.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal must go all out for victory in their final Champions League group match despite already clinching qualification for the last 16.
Yaya Sanogo grabbed his first competitive goal for Arsenal as they sealed their place in the Champions League knockout phase for the 12th year running with a 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund.
Ryan McKinlay roared to second place as a depleted Highgate Harriers side secured a top three finish in the North London Cross-Country Championships at Alexandra Park.
In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Alex Bellotti says the club’s paralysis is beginning to take its toll on supporters.
Ice skating at Emirates Stadium, Santa’s grotto and hopefully three points against Liverpool – it sounds like the ideal Christmas for a young Arsenal fan.
Justyn Page-Allen picked up his first win in Islington BC colours as the club recorded a hat-trick of senior victories at Barry Island on Friday.
Three different Bartlett players recorded braces as the reigning Hackney & Leyton League champions thrashed Tottenham Phoenix 6-0 in a truncated Premier Division programme.
Middlesex are closing in on another two new signings after persuading Australian batsman Adam Voges to return to Lord’s as their new four-day captain.
Lord’s Cricket Ground in St John’s Wood is preparing to host its second Sports Writing Festival from Thursday October 23 to Sunday October 26.
London Metro cricketer Matt Dean is aiming for glory when he leads England’s visually impaired side to South Africa for the Blind World Cup next month.
The country’s best blind cricketers demonstrated their skills at North London Cricket Club on Saturday in the county T20 finals.
Chris Rogers seems to save his very best performances for when we’re in real trouble – and Taunton last week was a classic example.
Old Streetonians missed a great opportunity to haul themselves off the bottom of the table after squandering numerous chances as they went down 24-14 at home to UCS Old Boys.
Old Streetonians’ big day out at Allianz Park ended in another dispiriting defeat as errors and ill-discipline cost them dearly in a 31-0 defeat by Fullerians.
There is some corner of an English field that is no ordinary art gallery.
Old Streetonians are hoping the chance to play on the big stage will finally kickstart their spluttering season as they look forward to this weekend’s match at Allianz Park.
Old Streetonians were given a lesson in finishing as a ruthless Wasps side capitalised on their loose moments to seal a resounding 39-10 win at Hackney Marshes.
Times ABC coach Tony Lucas hopes the Chelli brothers can put the club “back on the map” with success at this weekend’s prestigious King of the Ring tournament.
Yerbury were crowned borough champions for the second year running in the Islington Schools’ Swimming Gala at Ironmonger Row baths.
The 38-year-old triggered a manhunt after two bodies were found at an address in Surrey.
The mayor is meant to be convincing Singapore to invest in London – but he clearly has a bigger plan.
Dave’s on the immigration back foot. So does his crackdown on migrant benefits ring true?
America is responsible for a lot of things – good and bad. The jury’s still out on Black Friday.