Joel Hughes’ team are in Middlesex County League Premier Division action on Saturday before a big cup game the following day
Saturday’s battle will be the first of two games between the clubs over the next month
Andrew Wilson praises the performances of Ollie James and Dexter Marsh after Bush triumph by 137 runs
The Harman Drive club achieved two positive results last weekend and were backed by a decent crowd during Sunday’s knock-out cup clash
After losing away to Richmond last weekend, Bush will be on the road again on Saturday, but have fond 2017 memories of Bushy Park
After four games without a Premier Division victory, Brondesbury registered their first of the 2018 season on Saturday with a strong all-round display
Hendon came up just short against Margate at a freezing cold Hartsdown Park on Saturday.
QPR and Republic of Ireland youngster Ryan Manning admits he feared he would never get a chance to show his worth at Loftus Road – and he has hailed manager Ian Holloway for giving him the opportunity to shine in the first team.
Hendon manager Gary McCann remains optimistic his side can turn around their current fortunes in the Premier Division, although he admits they have hit “rock bottom”.
Hendon manager Gary McCann says Saturday’s FA Cup victory at Dulwich Hamlet has provided a tantalising glimpse of what his side could produce this season.
John Fosbraey’s former team-mate and flatmate Ben Claypole has paid tribute to the ex-Brondesbury captain, who died from cancer last week at the age of 38.
Adam Wilson has hailed the togetherness and unity in the Brondesbury squad, insisting it went a long way towards them securing promotion to the Middlesex County League Premier Division.
James Overy believes Brondesbury have proved they are on the right track even if they miss out on promotion to the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League this weekend.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
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