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Isledon Wolves player Ethan Irvine (right) and coach Adrian Daley celebrate cup success in 2013

A decade strewn with silverware is not an achievement to be overlooked – but there are other means of gauging success at Isledon Wolves.

Fusion FC coaches Sarah Cleary (left) and Carrie-Anne Layton (right) with girls at the weekly coaching sessions at Market Road

The new Camden & Islington Girls’ League is to be launched in September following a successful series of weekly coaching sessions at Market Road.

Arsenal's Asisat Oshoala

Arsenal Ladies boss Pedro Martinez Losa is backing Asisat Oshoala to be a long-term success despite a slow start to her Gunners career.

Jordan Nobbs, Arsenal Ladies

Jordan Nobbs says Arsenal Ladies must replicate their performance level from last month’s Wembley success to get their league campaign back on track.

Old Aloysians FC veterans' team

Old Aloysians are aiming to complete a hat-trick of trophies this weekend when they travel to Lilleshall for the national Veterans’ Cup final.

Leicester City's Jamie Vardy scores against Arsenal last season

Jamie Vardy will be facing an early return to the King Power Stadium if he opts to join Arsenal this summer.

Viv Anderson (right) and Terry Butcher show their delight after reaching the finish line of the Football to Amsterdam bike ride (pic: Prostate Cancer UK).

Ex-Arsenal and England defender Viv Anderson, who recently completed Prostate Cancer UK’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride, has given his backing to Roy Hodgson.

England's Jamie Vardy during a training session at Stade de Bourgognes, Chantilly.

Jamie Vardy’s apparent desire to delay a decision on his future until after the European Championship finals gives Arsenal fans plenty to ruminate on during the coming weeks.

Pro Touch Under-11s (blue) with their MK Galacticos opponents at Northampton Town

Kristian Kondo grabbed a last-minute winner as Pro Touch Soccer Academy Under-11s edged out MK Galacticos 3-2 in the Iber Cup tournament at Northampton’s Sixfields Stadium.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's office. Pic: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal Football Club.

The secrets of Arsene Wenger’s inner sanctum will be revealed to fans on tours of Emirates Stadium for the first time this summer.

Regent's FC hat-trick hero Alfie Rogers with the Ken Doherty Memorial Cup

Regent’s FC boss Des Casey was a relieved man after his side held their nerve to see off Clocktower 3-1 and clinch an Islington Midweek League double.

St Aloysius' RC College U14s won the ESFA PlayStation Cup at the Madejski Stadium, Reading

Left-back Prosper Keto headed in the only goal at Reading’s Madejski Stadium as St Aloysius’ Under-14s collected their first national 11-a-side trophy for 16 years.

Regent Rovers captain Ryan Bruce lifts the Invitation Cup

Abo Eisa followed up his Islington Gazette Cup final hat-trick with a double as Regent Rovers beat Islington Admiral United 3-0 to secure their second trophy of the season.

Dominique Janssen went close with a last minute free-kick in Arsenal Ladies' 0-0 draw with Birmingham. Pic: Sylvester George

Dominique Janssen hopes Arsenal Ladies’ Wembley triumph will give them the self-belief to challenge Chelsea for the Women’s Super League title.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud (centre) celebrates putting his side ahead against Aston Villa

How do you define a good season? Or more importantly a poor season?

Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham managers

Archant correspondents Ben Kosky, Ben Pearce and Dave Evans discuss the 2015/16 Premier League season

Islington Under-11s with the Kay Trophy

Billy Osborn scored two goals and set up another as Islington Under-11s beat Camden 4-2 to clinch their first Kay Trophy since 2003.

Regent Rovers celebrate after beating Regent's 3-1 to win the Islington Gazette Cup

Manager Andrew Byrne is aiming for a second cup final shock after Regent Rovers staged an outstanding late fightback to beat Regent’s 3-1 and claim the Islington Gazette Cup.

Arsenal's Kelly Smith celebrates with the SSE Women' FA Cup

Arsenal striker Kelly Smith admits she feared her opportunity to win another Women’s FA Cup had disappeared this time last year.

St Aloysius RC College's Under-14s

St Aloysius RC College Under-14s manager Stewart Henderson is hoping his team’s good fortune holds when they contest a national final at Reading’s Madejski Stadium.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger waves to the fans after the 4-0 win against Aston Villa

Arsene Wenger claimed the vast majority of their Premier League rivals would gladly swap places with Arsenal after they snatched the runners-up spot from Tottenham.

Casey Stoney of Arsenal Ladies. Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo

Casey Stoney believes her experience of international football at Wembley will benefit the Gunners when they attempt to prise the Women’s FA Cup from Chelsea’s grip.

Arsenal fans protest after the 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium

Nothing beats the moment when you see your club lifting trophies and the joyous celebrations that follow are memories which last a lifetime.

Regent's FC celebrate with the Islington Gazette Cup in 2015

Underdogs Regent Rovers are looking to draw upon a resilient streak when they contest their first ever Islington Gazette Cup final on Thursday night.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud (3rd left) celebrates scoring his side's first goal (Tim Goode/PA Wire)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praised Jack Wilshere after the midfielder played more than an hour in energy-sapping heat against Manchester City to help his team twice fight back to gain a 2-2 draw at The Etihad.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud (3rd left) celebrates scoring his side's first goal (Tim Goode/PA Wire)

Arsene Wenger raised fears Danny Welbeck could miss the forthcoming European Championships in France after he injured his cartilage in an innocuous challenge with former Gunner Bacary Sagna during his side’s 2-2 draw with Manchester City at The Etihad this afternoon.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud celebrates scoring his side's first goal (Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Manchester City and Arsenal fought a pulsating 2-2 draw in the heat at The Etihad this afternoon – in a match punctuated by wonderful attacking and woeful defending.

Leicester City's Wes Morgan (centre) celebrates after scoring against Manchester United

It’s funny how tribalism can consume you in football. Over the last few years, I imagine that most of us have been guilty of retreating into our respective corners of fandom, and with good reason: there isn’t a lot else to like.

Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista celebrates Danny Welbeck's winner against Norwich

Arsenal 1 Norwich City 0

Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla of Arsenal (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Although they spurned the chance to win the league title, Arsenal Under-21s still have a chance to reach the top tier of second-string football via the play-offs.

Local league players and officials at Market Road with coaches Sarah Cleary (right, front row) and Natasha Ademakinwa (second from right, back row).

Female coaches are backing a campaign to give Islington girls what they never had – a genuine opportunity to play competitive football in the borough.

Islington & Camden Under-15s

Islington & Camden Under-15s gained revenge for their English Schools Trophy defeat as they won 3-2 at Barnet and clinched the Middlesex championship with two games to spare.

Arsenal Ladies' Leah Williamson

Leah Williamson has dismissed suggestions that Chelsea’s league victory over the Gunners will give them a psychological advantage when the teams clash again at Wembley.

Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino admits ‘the gap is big’ between his Tottenham side and Leicester but says they mustn’t give up on their fading Premier League title hopes.

Sunderland's DeAndre Yedlin (left) battles for the ball with Arsenal's Alex Iwobi

Sunderland 0 Arsenal 0

Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal celebrates with Hector Bellerin  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes Alexis Sanchez is back to his best after his double strike downed West Brom tonight – while the manager added he wasn’t ‘clever enough’ to understand why there were so many empty seats at The Emirates this evening.

Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring his and Arsenal's 2nd against West Brom (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

An Alexis Sanchez double strike saw Arsenal easily beat West Bromwich Albion 2-0 here at The Emirates tonight.

Magical Vegas FC

Although they may have come late to the party, Magical Vegas FC have certainly livened it up throughout the last seven months.

Arsenal goalscorer Alexis Sanchez (right) is put under pressure by Joe Ledley of Crystal Palace

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. It was meant to be different this time. But yet again a deflated, empty feeling hangs over us as the season drifts towards another mediocre end.

Eagle celebrate a goal in their 3-0 win over South London Sharks in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Junior Cup Final Football. Pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo

Division Four side Eagle overcame the odds in emphatic style to lift the Hackney & Leyton Junior Cup as Carl Mullins starred in a 3-0 win over South London Sharks.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez scores his side's first goal of the game against Crystal Palace (Adam Davy/PA Wire)

Arsenal drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace in a lively London derby - putting the last rites on a title bid that has been in name only over the last few weeks.

Arsenal's Danny Welbeck (left) and Crystal Palace's Scott Dann battle for the ball (Adam Davy/PA Wire)

Arsenal were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw at home to Crystal Palace. Here’s how we rated the Gunners.

Arsenal's Per Mertesacker (left) and Gabriel Paulista (Nigel French/PA Wire)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to find a winning combination that he can stick with in the centre of defence.

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