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.
A second-half penalty from Joe White rescued a point for Wealdstone against play-off chasing Chelmsford City.
A women’s football team is back on the Wembley trail after narrowly missing out at last year’s FA People’s Cup final.
Wingate & Finchley and Hendon were both represented as Middlesex U18s reached the FA County Youth Cup final for the second time in three seasons.
Kilburn Cosmos all but secured their place in London North West Three next season with a 64-24 demolition of Hitchin.
Elliot Benyon made a scoring return to action as Wealdstone scraped past CB Hounslow United in the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup.
Darnell Furlong has praised his loan spells for helping him improve as a player – but says he is delighted to be back at QPR.
Brent U15s won 2-1 at South London to reach the semi-final of the London Schools FA Corinthian Shield Cup.
Girl footballers from Princess Frederica and St Robert Southwell school in Brent were given a treat – by playing on the pitch with two of England’s finest.
Middlesex will have a brand new look when they defend their Specsavers County Champions title.
Hendon took a massive step in their battle to avoid the drop from Herts Middlesex One with a 38-15 bonus-point success over Old Actonians.
Wealdstone’s remarkable resurgence continued in the Cornish mist at Treyew Road with a 2-1 win over Truro City.
Kilburn Cosmos ended a run of three defeats in London North West Three with a 36-22 win over St Albans.
Hendon suffered their worst-ever defeat as they went down 85-12 to promotion-chasing London French.
Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho spearheaded a great comeback as England won 3-2 in Slovenia to seal their place in the European Team Championships qualifying play-offs.
The long-running saga over QPR’s plans for a new training centre at Warren Farm moved a step closer with a judicial review ruling in favour of Ealing Council.
QPR will head to Leeds United on Saturday on the crest of a wave – and Alex Smithies says the pressure will all be on the Yorkshiremen.
Barcelona’s outrageous comeback against PSG in the Champions League is understandably the talk of the football world. But it may have also prompted a trip down memory land for some QPR fans to 1984 – where it happened twice in just over a month.
Six precious points have given Hendon a vital lifeline in their battle to avoid the drop from the Ryman League Premier Division.
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