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London Pulse begin the new Superleague campaign with a trip to Arena Birmingham to face Strathclyde Sirens on Saturday.

ASICS London 10K has launched a brand new running initiative for children called the Weetabix Protein Youth Challenge.

Ilford AC's Ray Everingham jetted off to the Barcelona Half Marathon to continue his preparations for his first London Marathon in April.

Old Loughts women secured another three points in their East League Division One South promotion chase with an emphatic 3-0 win at Blueharts.

Great Britain and England Hockey have announced that Alex Danson-Bennett has decided to retire from playing.

Woodford Green's Cameron Fillery is focused on qualifying for the European Championships in Paris and Tokyo Olympics, with the World Indoor Championships not happening due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, writes Ziad Chaudry.

Ronnie O'Sullivan succumbed to semi-final defeat at the ManBetX Welsh Open after going down 6-5 to Kyren Wilson in an 11-frame thriller.

World No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy headlines a stellar draw for the St. James's Place Canary Wharf Classic, which will take place at London's stunning East Wintergarden between March 8-13.

Legends set for Sport Gives Back Awards

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Sporting legends including Lord Sebastian Coe, Dame Kelly Holmes and Daley Thompson CBE will be amongst the VIPs present at the inaugural Sport Gives Back Awards next month.

Jeff Jones recalls the memories from his east London upbringing which sparked a lifelong fascination with his local boxing scene and culminated in his debut book East End Born & Bled: The Remarkable Story of Boxing in London.

Ronnie O'Sullivan was a man in a hurry as he stunned Mark Selby in the ManBetX Welsh Open quarter-finals.

Snooker great by day, scientist by night - Ronnie O'Sullivan is a man of many talents.

An inexperienced Essex Open side put up a brave fight in their Premier League Division Three loss at Thoroughbreds.

OnTee golf app making booking easier

Thursday, February 13, 2020

OnTee is on a mission - a mission to make booking golf sessions as accessible and as easy as possible, to as many people as possible.

Ronnie O'Sullivan used his ManBetX Welsh Open second round triumph to hail his fans' support.

Great Britain's men eased to a 3-0 win over New Zealand, while the women won a shoot-out following a 2-2 draw against their rivals.

Great Britain's women eased to their first victory in the 2020 FIH Hockey Pro League with a dominant victory over New Zealand in Auckland.

The world's premier professional skateboarding series, Street League Skateboarding (SLS), returns to the Copper Box Arena later this year.

Two Redbridge youngsters served up singles titles at the Jack Petchey Schools' Table Tennis Championships on Sunday.

Heart of Oak Judo Club's Angel Anegbeh and Morgan James impressed at the English Open.

Essex Open suffered another Premiership Division Three defeat at the hands of Kent club Eclipse.

Great Britain's women were denied the chance of a first win in the 2020 FIH Pro League after their clash with Australia was abandoned.

Tickets for the Boxing Road to Tokyo Olympic Qualifying event in London are now on sale at

Redbridge youngster Oscar Kelly has been named in the 2020 Paratriathlon talent squad, alongside Georgina Lord, Joshua Landmann, Stuart Meikle and Finley Jakes.

Bancroft's year nine pupil Yusuf Sheikh won silver at the prestigious Dunlop British Junior Open recently.

Woodford Green had six young athletes at the South of England Indoor Championships at the weekend and returned with two fine silver medals.

Woodford Green may have been missing a whole host of athletes through illness, injury and exams, but such is the strength of their youngsters they still had nearly 30 athletes at the latest Met League race.

Ilford's magnificent youngsters continue to excel in the mud with the county cross-country league race in Colchester the scene of their latest success.

Essex Open made hard work of their 37-25 win over Manor B in the Essex Met League.

East London Runners were out in force in Watford on Sunday for race four of the Cross-Country League.

After the excess of Christmas, Ilford AC youngsters were back in action for what will be a busy January with five races and three championships.

Woodford Green's senior squad collected their first silverware of the new decade at the Essex Cross-Country Championships in Basildon at the weekend.

The prestigious Essex Cross-Country Championships was the main event of the weekend for the East London Runners as a large contingent of men and women braved the mud.

Essex Open began the new year with a 56-40 loss to The Clan in Premier League Division Three.

Ilford athletes dominated at their 10-mile cross-country event in Hainault Forest at the end of 2019.

Athletics clubs mourn Colin Young

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Colin Young, a former Ilford AC and Essex Beagles member, has passed away aged 83.

Ilford AC members flooded the local parkrun scene to get some action on Saturday.

The week before Christmas on the athletics calendar is the signal for the brilliantly named Sikhs in the City races.

Ilford AC youngster Jak Wright was the star of the show at the latest Essex Cross-Country League race at Writtle College at the weekend.

Ronnie O'Sullivan was beaten by Mark Selby in a nine-frame thriller at the Scottish Open but remained upbeat as he heads into an extended break from the sport.

Ronnie O'Sullivan is talking about the General Election - but don't be fooled into thinking he is keeping his cards anywhere but close to his chest.

Essex Open gave a much improved performance in their latest Premier League loss to TFC.

Ronnie O'Sullivan took just 32 minutes to dismantle a hapless James Cahill at the Scottish Open but the five-time world champion refused to be on hand to offer the young player any word of advice.

Ronnie O'Sullivan nearly threw away his first-round clash at the Scottish Open but insisted he was only trying to have a bit of fun at the Emirates Arena.

Gator ABC's Jamal Berleen kept up his winning streak as he wrapped up 2019 with another victory.


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