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Thanks to support from local businesses, Brent will have two football teams competing at the London Youth Games this weekend.

Hendon captain Kevin Maclaren (right) in action against Harrow Borough. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon captain Kevin Maclaren has been banned for the whole of next season, while his brother Casey Maclaren will not be able to play until February after an attack on a Wingate & Finchley fan.

Bob Wilson

Former Arsenal players will take on a celebrity team to raise funds for Bob Wilson’s Willow Foundation charity on Sunday July 5.

Brent Under-15s beat south London 4-0 to win the London district cup final

Having won the league title, Brent Under-15s secured the double by beating South London 4-0 in the London Cup Final at The Hive.

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey

QPR will kick off their Sky Bet Championship campaign with a London derby against Charlton Athletic on Saturday, August 8.

QPR winger Matt Phillips

Chris Ramsey insists QPR will do everything in their power to keep Matt Phillips at the club next season.

Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie (left) battles for the ball with Manchester United's Chris Smalling at Selhurst Park.

Dean Sylvester wants to “increase opportunities for lads in the area” with the founding of a new Under-13 team, Harlesden Hawks.

Charlie Goode is set to leave Hendon to sign for a Football League club

Highly-rated centre back Charlie Goode represented England last week and followed up his debut for the Three Lions by signing for League One side Scunthorpe United.

Just Sports FC Under-12s

Just Sports FC Under-12s returned home from the ESF Festival of Football in Bognor Regis as champions after a dramatic win in the final on penalties.

Australia international Massimo Luongo has joined QPR from Swindon

EXCLUSIVE: Former QPR striker Bradley Allen believes the signings of Massimo Luongo and Ben Gladwin show Rangers are heading in the right direction under Les Ferdinand and Chris Ramsey.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon manager Gary McCann is “really looking forward to the future” after extending his 10-year tenure at the club by signing a new two-year deal.

QPR striker Charlie Austin (centre) celebrates scoring his side's third goal of the game with teammates during the Barclays Premier League match at Villa Park.

We look at QPR’s season from Redknapp to relegation:

Hendon striker Leon Smith says he is considering hanging up his boots

During pre-season Leon Smith told his followers on Twitter that he was going to have a good season – 25 goals and two cup winner’s medals later it’s safe to say he was true to his word.

QPR striker Reece Grego-Cox

Reece Grego-Cox wants to push on next season by helping to fire QPR back to the Premier League at the first attempt.

QPR defender Richard Dunne

Richard Dunne is unsure whether he will be offered a new contract by Queen’s Park Rangers to play in the Championship next season, but he says he would relish a 46-game season.

Hendon midfielder Peter Dean

Peter Dean believes Hendon can emulate his former club Wealdstone by storming to promotion 12 months on from their play-off heartbreak.

Hendon manager Gary McCann

Hendon manager Gary McCann was left heartbroken after an “appalling” and “inexperienced” refereeing decision ruined the Greens’ promotion dream in yesterday’s Ryman League Premier Division play-off final against Margate.

Queens Park Rangers' Leroy Fer is congratulated by his team mates after scoring his side's second goal against Newcastle United at Loftus Road

QPR picked up their first home win of the year with a 2-1 victory against relegation threatened Newcastle United.

Hendon midfielder Andre Da Costa (right) scored the winning goal against Met Police

Hendon will play Margate in the Ryman Premier Division play-off final on Sunday after beating Metropolitan Police 2-1 at home in a competitive semi-final at Earlsmead, which saw the visitors finish with nine men.

Chris Ampofo alongside West Ham academy legend Tony Carr

Brent Schools FA chairman Chris Ampofo believes QPR have a great opportunity to take an innovative approach with their youth development policy as they plan for the future after Sunday’s relegation from the Premier League.

Hendon go into the play-offs on a high after winning the London Senior Cup last week. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon will face Met Police in their delayed Ryman League Premier Division play-off semi-final on Thursday after the Football Association refused to overturn a decision to deduct three points from Enfield Town.

Harrow manager Steve Baker

Steve Baker Harrow Borough’s biggest challenge will be dealing with their favourites tag when they take on Hanwell Town in the Middlesex Senior Cup final at Hampton & Richmond’s Beveree Stadium on Saturday.

Hendon manager Gary McCann. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon manager Gary McCann is glad to have a cup final to focus on as the Ryman League play-off situation remains unresolved.

St Joseph’s Junior School in Wembley have secured their place at the Danone Cup National Finals at Lilleshall National Sports Centre on Saturday, June 13.

St Joseph’s Junior School in Wembley have secured their place at the Danone Cup National Finals at Lilleshall National Sports Centre on Saturday June 13.

Casey Maclaren:

Long-serving Hendon midfielder Casey Maclaren says it would “mean everything” if he can help steer the Greens to promotion through the play-offs.

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