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Wembley is used to seeing their streets invaded by fans of global and national superstars from the worlds of music, sport and entertainment. But through it all the stadium remains Brent’s pride and joy – with the exception of one day every year.

Luke Freeman says the atmosphere in the dressing room at Loftus Road is still very positive despite a run of three defeats.

Jurys Inn have been announced as the headline sponsor when cycling’s Tour Series hits Wembley Park next month.

Gary McCann is targetting two more wins from Hendon’s final three league games as their battle avoid the drop took a positive step forward on the south coast.

Having reached the mythical points total of 52 – and perceived safety – Harrow Borough are starting to look over their shoulders once again following a run of defeats.

Afghanistan will play their first ever game at Lords after being invited to play in a one day match against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).

A second-half comeback could yet prove the salvation of Hendon after they stormed to a 2-1 win at Folkestone Invicta.

Some of the NFL’s biggest names were in London today to kick off the NFL UK Live Tour.

It’s D-Day for UCSOB Rugby Club as they prepare for a make-or-break final league fixture of the season.

Ian Holloway believes Queens Park Rangers should have got something out of their trip to Aston Villa instead of returning south with a 1-0 loss.

Middlesex Cricket have announced that Tom Lace and Arthur Godsal have signed summer contracts with the club.

Queens Park Community School triumphed 3-2 in a pulsating, end-to-end Middlesex Schools Cup final after a stirring second half comeback against Enfield Grammar.

A schoolgirl from Brent continues to make huge strides in the world of fencing.

The chase for a play-off place and the battle to avoid the drop are still all very much to play for as we head into the final few games of the season.

Most neutral eyes will be on Old Streetonians Rugby Club who head into their final game of the season on the verge of promotion from Herts Middlesex One – and potentially the title itself.

Conor Washington is enjoying life at the minute after scoring his third international goal – and believes a lot of the credit should go to his Northern Ireland and QPR managers, Michael O’Neill and Ian Holloway.

Brent U15s are through to the final of the London Schools FA Corinthian Shield Cup after coming from behind to beat Newham 4-2.

Hendon’s battle to beat the drop from the Ryman League Premier Division took a huge step forward with a highly-impressive 4-0 win over relegation rivals AFC Sudbury.

A two-try blast from Martin Catterall helped Kilburn Cosmos blow Cheshunt away at a windswept Gladstone Park.

Hackney Rugby Club have won the London North West Three title – despite having their home game with Staines bring ruled as a walkover.

A school in Harlesden has won the right to represent Chelsea at the nationwide Premier League Schools Tournament.

Brent’s Wichtor Wachala blasted Middlesex U16s into the semi final of the South East England Schools Cup semi-final with a 2-1 win over Kent.

Wealdstone have moved to bolster their striking options with the signing of Dan Fitchett from Sutton United.

All eyes will be on London North West Three where Hackney Rugby Club could potentially win the title if they comfortably beat bottom of the table Staines.

Pride Judo Club have had a successful start to 2017 with plenty of medalists in a number of competitive contests.

Former Dale Youth ABC boxer John O’Donnell has added the vacant English Welterweight title to his Southern Area crown after winning a split decision against Erick Ochieng.

Hendon manager Gary McCann has called on his side to remain focussed after a 2-1 victory over play-off chasing Needham Market.

Matt Smith prefered to take the attention away from himself after scoring the opening goal in QPR’s 5-1 rout of Rotherham United – instead praising the work of “essential” Grant Hall.

Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett is not giving up the possibility of making the Vanarama National League South play-offs – although he admits it is unlikely.

Ten-man Wealdstone rescued a point to keep their undefeated record alive with a 1-1 home draw with Concord Rangers.

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