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Yesterday, 12:03

Middlesex batsman Dawid Malan feels the county’s Twenty20 fortunes would improve if the tournament were streamlined over a shorter period of time.

Gary Corcoran (black/white shorts) defeats Rick Godding at Wembley Arena. Pic: Philip Sharkey/TGSPHOTO

Wembley light-middleweight Gary Corcoran is set for a British title shot after coming through a gruelling encounter to defeat Rick Godding on points.

James Kidson (right) took 7-21. Pic: Paolo Minoli

James Kidson devastated the Acton batting order with ruthless figures of 7-21 as a commanding seven-wicket victory took Shepherd’s Bush level with Eastcote at the top of the table in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Chris Brown took 7-24 for Harrow St Mary's. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Chris Brown took seven wickets as Harrow St Mary’s reclaimed third place in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League by beating Enfield, despite being bowled out for 100.

Mark McLeod in action for Darlington

Mark McLeod has rejected the idea that he is Harrow Borough’s new ‘midfield enforcer’.

Scott Shulton (left) in action for Hendon during manager Gary McCann's testimonial match against a QPR XI at Earlsmead. Pic: Refuel Performance Management

Gary McCann was hailed as “the best man-manager around” following his thrilling testimonial against a QPR XI last night.

James Franklin

It seems to be that time of the season when counties are trying to take some pressure off their main venues, and that gives us the chance to play at a few outgrounds.

Vishal Bhimjiyani struck an unbeaten half-century for South Hampstead. Pic: Max Flego

Title contenders South Hampstead were frustrated in their quest for victory and had to settle for a winning draw for the second weekend in a row – this time against basement boys North London.

Hendon boss Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon boss Gary McCann will celebrate 10 years in charge of Hendon with a testimonial match against a QPR XI tomorrow evening – and he will be disappointed if his team fail to beat the Rs.

FOOTBALL

Wed, 22:51

Mark McLeod has rejected the idea that he is Harrow Borough’s new ‘midfield enforcer’.

Wed, 16:47
Scott Shulton (left) in action for Hendon during manager Gary McCann's testimonial match against a QPR XI at Earlsmead. Pic: Refuel Performance Management

Gary McCann was hailed as “the best man-manager around” following his thrilling testimonial against a QPR XI last night.

Mon, 07:00
Hendon boss Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon boss Gary McCann will celebrate 10 years in charge of Hendon with a testimonial match against a QPR XI tomorrow evening – and he will be disappointed if his team fail to beat the Rs.

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Wealdstone's Josh Urquhart in action against Dover. Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC

He may be a newbie but Wealdstone’s Joshua Urquhart is no shrinking violet.

Thursday, July 16, 2015
Wealdstone's Josh Hutchinson. Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC

Josh Hutchinson has pledged to fill the void left in Wealdstone’s front line by Jefferson Louis’ ban come the start of the Conference South season.

Cricket

Yesterday, 12:03

Middlesex batsman Dawid Malan feels the county’s Twenty20 fortunes would improve if the tournament were streamlined over a shorter period of time.

Yesterday, 08:30
James Kidson (right) took 7-21. Pic: Paolo Minoli

James Kidson devastated the Acton batting order with ruthless figures of 7-21 as a commanding seven-wicket victory took Shepherd’s Bush level with Eastcote at the top of the table in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 08:00
Chris Brown took 7-24 for Harrow St Mary's. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Chris Brown took seven wickets as Harrow St Mary’s reclaimed third place in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League by beating Enfield, despite being bowled out for 100.

Wed, 12:25
James Franklin

It seems to be that time of the season when counties are trying to take some pressure off their main venues, and that gives us the chance to play at a few outgrounds.

Mon, 14:35
Vishal Bhimjiyani struck an unbeaten half-century for South Hampstead. Pic: Max Flego

Title contenders South Hampstead were frustrated in their quest for victory and had to settle for a winning draw for the second weekend in a row – this time against basement boys North London.

Rugby

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Kilburn Cosmos coach Katie Jewell was invited to meet members of the England squad by QBE, the official insurance partner of England Rugby.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Kilburn Cosmos beat the Haringey Rhinos 13-9

Injury-plagued Kilburn Cosmos took 60 minutes to hit their stride and secure a victory away against basement boys Haringey Rhinos, keeping them top of the pile in the hunt for promotion.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Kilburn Cosmos' Andy Hutt

Andy Hutt equalled Kilburn’s senior men’s record of five tries in one match as the league leaders crossed the whitewash 14 times in a stunning 88-7 victory over Old Millhillians.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Kilburn Cosmos in action

Herts/ Middlesex Div 1

Kilburn Cosmos 26 Barnet Elizabethans 13

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Andy Hutt

Herts/ Middlesex 1

Kilburn Cosmos 69

Haringey Rhinos 3

Other Sport

Yesterday, 09:00

Wembley light-middleweight Gary Corcoran is set for a British title shot after coming through a gruelling encounter to defeat Rick Godding on points.

Thursday, July 16, 2015
Olympic triple jump champion Christian Taylor

Former Commonwealth medallist Connie Henry is hoping the presence of 2012 Olympic triple jump champion Christian Taylor will lure a full house to the Track Academy Invitational competition next week.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Nekoda Davis with her 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medal

Commonwealth champion Nekoda Davis was happy in more ways than one after retaining her British Open Championship crown at Wembley Arena on Saturday.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Brent long jumper

The track academy in Willesden will host an invitational athletics competition at Willesden Sports Centre on Thursday July 23 from 7pm to 9pm.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Fencer Yasmine Serwah Fosu

Yasmine Serwah Fosu has set her sights on becoming the first Ghanaian fencer to ever qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio.

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