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Young at heart: Stacey Ward, in action at the British Championships, may be 30 years old, but she is enjoying a purple patch in form

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers are not acting their age

Failure inspires: Surbiton's Sarah Haycroft has been keen to examine the importance of failure

Hockey: Failure as important as success as Euros loom on road to Rio

Easy as that: Stef Joseph celebrates his goal for Corinthian Casuals against Colliers Wood United on Saturday     All pictures: Stuart Tree

Football: Casuals stars face fight to reclaim their shirts warns boss Bracken

Up in lights: The Croydon Harriers U15 girls sit top of the tree in the Olympic stadium

Athletics: Croydon Harriers storm home in the Olympic stadium

Skip to it: Dan Wishart burst between two Welling United players         ALL PICTURES: PAUL LOUGHLIN

Football: Sutton United still adapting to life in 3G

New era: New Brentford striker Lasse Vibe worked hard to get into the game having only joined up with his new team-mates on Friday

FOOTBALL: Attention to detail and ambition key to Vibe's Bees switch

Coming on nicely: Twickenham's Charlie Grice is enjoying how his season is progressing

Athletics: Grice pleased with progress for Beijing

And they're off: More than 500 athletes took on Sunday's Elmbridge 10K

Athletics: Maud makes huge strides to win Elmbridge 10K in record time

Prepared: Anthony Anderson in Kingston Wheelers colours at the London Youth Games

Cycling: Kingston Wheeler Anderson ready for Ride London Youth Grand Prix

Bright start: Akaki Gogia showed plenty of good touches in the opening exchanges against Stoke City to go with his goal

FOOTBALL: Gogia says Bees can step up another level after Stoke triumph

Last time out: Danny Care has not worn an England shirt in anger since the autumn international against South Africa

Harlequins: World Cup hero can see an open door for he who Cares

Remember what you've got: Andy Murray has few flaws to his tennis genius

House of Payne: Will we ever appreciate Andy Murray?

Brand new: Chinthurst School's U8s rugby team were only formed last year

Chinthurst School youngsters defy the odds with nomination for national rugby award

Heavy load (from left): Teddington’s swimmers Nicole Brenner, Brandon Sayers, Daniel Edmiston, Joe Knill-Jones, Anna Hunt and Emma Green with their metal work

Swimming: Teddington swim stars dominate at London regionals

Triumphant: Charlie Edwards enjoys a winning decision over Juan Hinostroza - next up is Louis Norman and his English flyweight title

Boxing: Edwards get his shot at flyweight English title

New man: Lasse Vibe has signed a three-year deal at Brentford

Football: Brentford sign up Dane striker to feel the Vibe up front

Moment to cherish: Colin O’Keeffe raises the National Junior Vase at Twickenham stadium last season, and now the skipper is stepping down to make way for the next generation  					              SP91112

Rugby Union: "Mission accomplished" - Battersea Ironsides skipper steps down

Brush strokes: Matt Males does his bit to spruce up Colston Avenue ahead of the new season

Football: Males puts pen to paper at Carshalton Athletic, and then paints the town red (and white)

Hitting out: Richmond skipper Alex Griffiths struck 71 not out but it was not enough to inspire his side

Cricket: Richmond stumble in tale of two captains

Warm up: Richmond Ladies in training on Sunday

Rugby Union: Richmond Ladies pitch up and play

What a night ahead: Faith Price receives baton from Ria Edwards in the U13 girls' relay

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers youngsters to grace the Olympic stadium

New start: Ex-Ks man Dee Okojie has impressed at Met Police during pre-season

Football: Rebuild has Blues looking up

Free agent again? Jason Brown left Sutton United earlier this month for Gillingham, and now he has left Gillingham

Sutton United: Brown leaves post at Gillingham after only three weeks

Defeated: Laura Robson lost in the second round of the Granby National Bank Challenger tournament in Canada

Tennis: Robson beaten by world number 498

Delighted: Bees head coach Marinus Djikhuizen

Football: Brentford new boy Hofmann gives Bees more options

No return: Adedeji Oshilaja is committed to making the grade at Cardiff City

AFC Wimbledon: Oshilaja closes the door on Dons return

Regroup: Jim Fenlon

Football: Former AFC Wimbledon star to start again at Leatherhead

Big guns: Josh McEachran turned down Real Madrid to sign for Chelsea as a teenager, but he recommends young players should play abroad

Football: Chelsea fan McEachran once snubbed Real Madrid to sign at Stamford Bridge

Burden lifted: Bees striker Andre Gray will get some hired help up front should Danish international Lasse Vibe complete his expected move to Griffin Park

Brentford: Danish striker Vibe set for Brentford switch

Sharp: Rob Tolfrey says he is as ready for the new season as the rest of boss Tommy Williams' Ks

Football: Ks keeper ignores chance for more holiday and is ready to face the Dons

Hard graft: Hampton Alan Dowson is literally going the extra mile to land a new signing

Football: Boss to go the extra mile at Elmbridge 10K to boost Hampton playing budget

Surrey legend Adam Hollioake on the Ashes, Lashings and playing Viv Richards

Surrey legend Adam Hollioake on the Ashes, Lashings and playing Viv Richards

Business like: Simon Amor, right, on the sidelines during his spell as director of rugby at London Scottish

Rugby Union: Ex-Scottish chief Amor gets Team GB Sevens nod

Winner: Laura Robson won her first match in 18 months last night (Wednesday) in Canada

Tennis: Robson gets back on winning path and given a pass into the US Open

Still got it: Malden Wanderers' veteran spinner Giles Puckle (4-64) showed he is still a force to be reckoned with

Cricket: Malden miss opportunities and slip off Division One promotion pace

Record-breaker: Stacey Ward in action at the British Championships

Athletics: Ward smashes her own Herne Hill Harriers record

Back to his roots: Former Irish international Paul Burke is returning to Epsom College

Rugby Union: Epsom College son returns home to coach the next generation

Calling time: Harlequins Jordan Turner-Hall will be missed at the Stoop

Harlequins: Injury forces 'special person' Turner-Hall to call it a day

The way we were: Greg Andrews scored the winner for Whyteleafe in a 1-0 win over Carshalton Athletic last season

Football: Carshalton Athletic striker Andrews reveals truth behind switch

World medalist: Rechmial Miller, far right, shows off his bronze medal at the IAAF World Youth Championship, alongside gold man Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, centre, and Derick Silva

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon are closing in on Miller time

Back: Lenny Daws, right, in action in March last year

Boxing: Daws is back and he ain't hanging around

Things to be happy about: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley happy with pre-season after the Lions are tamed

Challenges: Harry Sloan wants the starting jersey at Quins, but he has some tough competition

Harlequins: Sloan excited by the blockage ahead

Potential to fulfill: Brentford's new boy Josh McEachran

Football: McEachran says Brentford have look of promotion contenders

Coming home: Olivia Chilton, left, photographed in England colours during her time at Teddington Hockey Club

Hockey: Chilton set for homecoming with Surbiton

Out in front: Herne Hill Harriers' Lulu King and Maisie Collis set  2015 records in the U13 1,200m with the first and third fastest times in the country this year

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers youngsters avoid the drop

Odd men out: Kingstonian have reached T20 finals day at Ashford CC

Cricket: Ks are the odd men out on Surrey T20 finals day

Close but no cigar: Brentford's Seika Jatta, second from left, is congratulated on scoring his team's second goal at Wheatsheaf Park   All pictures: Andy Fitzsimons

PICTURE GALLERY: Ex-Hampton man hands Brentford first pre-season defeat

Consistently inconsistent: Laurie Evans in his days at Old Whitgiftians

Cricket: Evans is making a noise, but he needs to do it consistently

Champion effort:Walton Casuals' girls players with their Surrey FA award

Football: Stags scoop FA award

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