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April 24 2014 Latest news:
There is an inevitability about QPR winning at home this season. Charlie Austin’s injury-time winner against Watford sealed a 15th win from 22 games at Loftus Road. One more, against Millwall on Saturday, could secure Rangers a vital advantage in the play-off semi-finals.
Eoin Morgan is confident that Middlesex have blown away their early season cobwebs as they prepare for their County Championship clash with Yorkshire.
Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett is determined to keep his title-winning side together as they prepare for life in the Conference South next season.
Hendon’s hopes of reaching the Premier Division play-offs were dashed with two defeats in three days over the Easter weekend.
Championship: QPR 2 Watford 1
Hendon manager Gary McCann will consider his position at the end of the season after criticising the club’s board for budget cuts he believes killed their play-off dream.
Tom Carroll believes there is no better way to win promotion than through the play-off final at Wembley – and says QPR have the experience to get there.
To describe Dawid Malan’s form with the bat last season as a baffling conundrum would certainly be something of an understatement.
Bill O’Connor is a member of a very elite group. The Queen’s Park Harriers runner is one of only 15 people worldwide to have participated in every London Marathon since its inception in 1981. On Sunday, he will take to the capital’s streets for the 34th time.
Richard Dunne believes QPR must forget the prospect of a place in the Championship play-offs, and focus on winning their remaining five games of the season, writes Ian Cooper.
Gordon Bartlett has revealed he considered walking out on Wealdstone at the end of last season – but as the club stands on the cusp of promotion the manager believes he made the right decision to stay.
Championship: Blackburn 2 QPR 0
At a damp, drizzly Dean Court, the QPR supporters were singing Charlie Austin’s name long before his 65th-minute appearance against Bournemouth. They know as well as Harry Redknapp that Rangers’ promotion hopes now rest firmly on the returning striker’s shoulders.
Middlesex hope Eoin Morgan’s return will help to galvanise their batting as they gear up for the new County Championship campaign.
As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.
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