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March 13 2014 Latest news:
St Aloysius’ College’s Under-14 boys’ team can become champions of the capital later this month after qualifying for the London School Games final fours.
Brent Atkins completed a hat-trick of Highbury Fields parkrun victories with a personal best in another tight finish on Saturday.
Veteran Islington kickboxer Syed Haider Mannan is seeking sponsorship to help him realise his dream of winning a world title later this year.
Veras Academy fighter Sanan Aliyev came through six gruelling contests to clinch a national title at the British Universities and Colleges Sport Championships in Sheffield.
Rob Walker held off his two rivals in a hard-fought contest to clinch victory in the Highbury Fields parkrun for the 26th time.
Mo Ahmed blazed around the five laps on Saturday to clinch his second win in two appearances at Highbury Fields parkrun.
Islington youngster Rosie Wakefield-Lynch gained revenge for her defeat last year as she took the honours in the regional final of the London Schools’ Championships.
Holloway teenager Yasmin Campbell continued her excellent run of form as she claimed two silver medals within the space of a week.
Islington youngster Luan Veras teamed up with his brother to win a gold medal – before defeating him to claim another at the English National Championships.
Two teenagers from Fighting Fit Fencing Club have been selected for the Great Britain foil team at the European Under-17 Championships next month.
Four youngsters from St Mary Magdalene Academy scooped gold medals at the annual Jack Petchey Foundation London Schools team finals on Saturday.
‘Magic’ Maxim Shmyrev will be determined to keep his grip on the World Championship of Ping Pong title over two days of competition at Alexandra Palace this weekend.
David Keto strengthened his bid for the Years 9-10 Islington Schools Running League title after recording back-to-back victories around Emirates Stadium.
‘If we can build it, people will come.’ North London has its very own tale of spirit and strife akin to the American cult fantasy-drama ‘Field of Dreams’.
Sampson Sampson is a name not easily mistaken. He has gained something of a cult status for his unusual title, while achieving much more besides in the Islington community.
Islington youngster Jack Ward collected a bronze medal at the prestigious Belgium Open International Championships – his first ever overseas tournament.
A trio of youngsters from Sobell Leisure Centre secured a second-place finish at their debut tournament in Camden.
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The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.