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Striker Lianne Sanderson is determined to play her part in recapturing a winning mentality at Arsenal Ladies in her second spell with the club.
James Franklin is hopeful his bag of allsorts will give Middlesex plenty of options on the last stop of his cricketing journey.
Times ABC’s Zak Chelli gained revenge for his controversial defeat by Ben Whittaker by scooping a gold medal at the GB Youth Three Nations Championship.
Aarron Morgan believes he will benefit from being taken the distance in his successful International Masters light-middleweight title fight against Nodar Robakidze.
London Blitz brushed off an early setback to triumph 54-13 at Bristol Aztecs as they dominated in all three phases of the game.
Veras Academy duo Ross Mathieu and Ben Pomeroy scooped gold medals at the English Karate Federation Championships in Sheffield last weekend.
North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll is hoping to take last season’s momentum into the new campaign, which starts on May 9, and push into the top three spots.
Bartlett FC lifted the Albert Daniels Senior Cup for the third time in a row with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Young London Meteors on Hackney Marshes.
In our weekly Arsenal fan column, Alex Bellotti says that last weekend’s gaffe-filled FA Cup matches mirrored politics at its most chaotic.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits he needed to rest Hector Bellerin against Reading due to an ankle injury, and was pleased with how Mathieu Debuchy and Kieran Gibbs played.
Fast bowler Tom Helm believes this is the year for him to lose the ‘promising youngster’ tag at Middlesex.
Middlesex have confirmed that Australian batsman Joe Burns will replace countryman Adam Voges as the club’s overseas player for a two-month spell.
Sam Robson admits Middlesex’s top order failed to perform after they were rolled over for just 181 in their opening County Championship game against Nottinghamshire.
An under-powered Old Streetonians paid for a lack of competitiveness at the set piece away at Grasshoppers as the basement boys left west London on the back of a heavy 56-12 defeat.
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.
Identical twins Grace and Mabel Savage won their first medals at Highgate Harriers’ open meeting at Parliament Hill Fields.
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