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Brentford: Ferry crosses to the dark side at Wanderers, but he'll be back

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Friday 27th November 2015

Brentford U21 skipper James Ferry may be heading out of loan to Wycombe Wanderers, but it is only in a bid to further his growing reputation at Griffin Park.

Rugby Union: Deans triple sets Hampton well on their way

Sutton Guardian:

5:56pm Thursday 26th November 2015

A Fraser Deans hat-trick left director of rugby Sean Thomson purring on Wednesday as Hampton School reached the last 32 of this year’s U18s Natwest Schools’ Cup.

FA TROPHY: Short Staf-ed Molesey out to upset the odds at Ebbsfleet

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Friday 27th November 2015

Molesey FC boss Steve Webb could literally be making up the numbers as he bids to cause an FA Trophy upset on Saturday.

Football: Blues tie down cup heroes to proect investment

Sutton Guardian:

4:10am Friday 27th November 2015

Met Police’s young cup heroes have been tied down to club contracts to prevent a repeat of striker Tane Caubo’s exit to LEague Two Barnet, writes Stuart Amos.

Brentford: Bees still waiting on identity of new head coach

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Thursday 26th November 2015

Former Brentford head coach Lee Carsley's successor at Griffin Park is no closer to being known.

Brentford: Diagouraga pleased to keep pulling on the Brentford red and white

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Thursday 26th November 2015

Toumani Diagouraga might have passed a major personal milestone at Brentford on Saturday, but performing his job is all that matters.

Rugby Union: Cobham chief still expects tight title race, despite Vandals video nasty

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Thursday 26th November 2015

Cobham director of rugby Steve Pope is expecting to be pushed all the way to the London Division Two South West title.

Football: Chelsea coach misses Blues' big night

Sutton Guardian:

6:56pm Wednesday 25th November 2015

Met Police’s youth team may have celebrated their finest hour last Wednesday, but the boss was not there to see it.

Hockey: Surbiton's Hayward makes a point against his former club

Sutton Guardian:

1:19pm Wednesday 25th November 2015

Former Hampstead & Westminster star Andy Hayward showed what his old club was missing on Sunday.

Athletics: Ex-Walton man Kissane-Wood celebrates first parkrun win in 124 attempts

Sutton Guardian:

1:11pm Wednesday 25th November 2015

Former Walton Athletics Club distance runner Conor Kissane-Wood claimed his first Bushy Park parkrun win in 124 attempts on Saturday.

Hockey: Richmond hot-shot Ellison's heroics caught on camera

Sutton Guardian:

4:00am Wednesday 25th November 2015

Richmond Hockey Club's Charlie Ellison stands a good chance of breaking the 20-goal mark in the MHL Conference East on Sunday ahead of the mid-season break from outdoor action.

Brentford: New Hampton deal is best way to progress Bees career says Smith

Sutton Guardian:

1:48pm Tuesday 24th November 2015

Brentford goalkeeper Mark Smith is hoping an extended stay at Hampton & Richmond Borough can give him a leg up in his professional career.

Kingstonian: Midfielder Bennett is the ace in Ks' FA Trophy pack

Sutton Guardian:

1:26pm Tuesday 24th November 2015

Kingstonian go in hunt of an FA Trophy foirst round proper berth with the Ryman Premier League’s best player in their ranks, according to the former club’s boss.

Brentford: The King is back- Jota makes Bees return to give new coach a boost

Sutton Guardian:

8:27pm Monday 23rd November 2015

Brentford star Jota could be in line for a return to head coach Lee Carsley's starting line up after a three month injury lay-off following ankly surgery.

Football: Carsley expects imminent appointment at Brentford

Sutton Guardian:

4:30am Friday 20th November 2015

Saturday's clash with Nottingham Forest might not be head coach Lee Carsley's last game in charge at Brentford, but it could be one of them.

Rugby Union: Richmond captain is east end boy at heart

Sutton Guardian:

2:00pm Friday 20th November 2015

For someone who is in his fifth season at Richmond and has made more than 100 appearances for the club, you might think Will Warden has barely left south-west London.

Rugby Union: Veteran Maisey still playing the field for growing Kingston

Sutton Guardian:

4:30am Monday 23rd November 2015

Graeme Maisey has been playing rugby for more than 20 years and now he is stepping back from the board room to keep his boots on for a bit longer.

Football: Kingstonian's Bennett has freedom to enjoy football again

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Friday 20th November 2015

Dan Bennett has settled in at Ks and is only too happy to repay boss Tommy Williams’ faith in giving him the freedom of Kingsmeadow.

Football: Hampton new boy Lowe sets the bar high at the Beveree

Sutton Guardian:

4:50am Friday 20th November 2015

Alan Dowson’s eye for a bargain paid off to the tune of £3,250 at the weekend, but he is not expecting much more from the FA Trophy this season.

Football: Pacquette and ex-Don Brown head out of Hampton for different reasons

Sutton Guardian:

6:00pm Thursday 19th November 2015

Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Alan Dowson has told Richard Pacquette he has a future at the Beveree despite watching him join Ryman Premier League strugglers Lewes last week.

Rugby Union: Scottish expect another win at Cardiff Blues

Sutton Guardian:

4:39pm Thursday 19th November 2015

London Scottish may have made wholesale changes to the team that beat Munster A last Friday, but that does not mean forwards coach Tim Payne is not expecting success at Ospreys tonight.

Football: Brentford's Judge not taking offer of Irish debut for granted

Sutton Guardian:

1:12pm Thursday 19th November 2015

Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill has promised Brentford’s Alan Judge a chance at landing a place in his squad for Euro 2016, but the midfielder is taking nothing for granted.

Football: Met Police knock Yeovil Town out of FA Youth Cup

Sutton Guardian:

10:27pm Wednesday 18th November 2015

Met Police Youth reached the third round of the FA Youth Cup for the first time with a penalty shoot-out win at League Two strugglers Yeovil Town on Wednesday.

Rugby Union: Esher let themselves down, but must learn from first half horror show

Sutton Guardian:

4:30am Thursday 19th November 2015

Esher director of rugby Mike Schmid has told his men to get back to what they know after being knocked off the National Division One summit on Saturday.

Rugby Union: Rising star Clifford to skipper Harlequins

Sutton Guardian:

12:59pm Wednesday 18th November 2015

Much has been made of the competition captain Chris Robshaw faces for his place in the England squad following the exit of head coach Stuart Lancaster.

Motorsport: Onslow-Cole set to teach Joey Essex how to drive

Sutton Guardian:

2:51pm Tuesday 17th November 2015

New Malden’s Tom Onslow-Cole has signed up for one of his more difficult challenges yet - to teach Joey Essex how to drive.

Football: FA Trophy progress for Ks was all important

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Tuesday 17th November 2015

Kingstonian might have made things a little easier for themselves on Monday night, but a place in the FA Trophy third qualifying round was all it was about for boss Tommy Williams.

Football: Casuals thoroughly deserved FA Trophy shock

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 16th November 2015

Corinthian Casuals pulled off the shock of the FA Trophy second qualifying round on Saturday and boss James Bracken believed it was nothing more than his men deserved.

Rugby Union: Time to leave Robshaw alone, says Quins supremo

Sutton Guardian:

11:05am Friday 13th November 2015

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea has called for speculation over Chris Robshaw’s future in the England squad to stop.

Athletics: Doping scandal not much of a concern for grass roots

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Monday 16th November 2015

Amateur athletes believe the Russian doping scandal will have little affect on the sport at a grass roots level.

Football: Judge could be key to unlocking Euro 2016 door for Irish

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Friday 13th November 2015

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge could yet provide the key to the Euro 2016 door for the Republic of Ireland this weekend.

Football: Hampton's Moone mature enough to wait turn, but not happy to bench warm

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Friday 13th November 2015

Charlie Moone might not have banged Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Alan Dowson’s door down to ask why he has been on the bench recently, but that does not mean he was happy about it.

Rugby Union: British & Irish Cup welcome distraction to Championship woes as Chisholm makes first start for Scottish

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Friday 13th November 2015

Harlequins dual registered flanker James Chisholm will make his first appearance of the season for London Scottish at the Athletic Ground tonight.

Football Elmbridge and Kingston clubs target share of £13,000 FA Trophy bounty

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Friday 13th November 2015

Kingston and Elmbridge football clubs hunt a share of a £13,000 FA Trophy second qualifying round bounty this Saturday on the crest of a wave.

Motorsport: Race of Remembrance about more than winning says Onslow-Cole

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Saturday 14th November 2015

Tom Onslow Cole might have ended his race season outside of the podium, but last Sunday’s Race of Remembrance was about more than winning.

Motorsport: Claygate's Millroy can close the gap in Asia

Sutton Guardian:

4:36pm Thursday 12th November 2015

Claygate racer Ollie Millroy says his AAI Motorsport can close the gap to Asian Le Mans Series GT3 leaders Clearwater Racing, writes Stuart Amos.

Rugby Union: Culture shock at Esher has Schmid purring

Sutton Guardian:

11:01am Thursday 12th November 2015

Esher sit top of the National Division One table thanks to a culture shock at Molesey Road and director of rugby Mike Schmid’s work is not done yet.

Sports awards: Surbiton clean up at Elmbridge awards

Sutton Guardian:

8:47pm Wednesday 11th November 2015

Surbiton Hockey Club were the big winners at the Elmbridge Sports Personality of the Year Awards last week, writes Stuart Amos.

Rugby Union: Brown will end Quins career as a legend

Sutton Guardian:

Harlequins full back Mike Brown has targeted a place on the British & Irish Lions tour to New Zealand in 2017 to complete a full list of representative honours.

Football: Ks can repeat two month unbeaten run says Harper

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Wednesday 11th November 2015

Ks assistant boss Graham Harper has backed his team to repeat their 12-match unbeaten league run.

Hockey: Sunshine state of mind for Surbiton's Haycroft on road to Rio

Sutton Guardian:

1:00pm Tuesday 10th November 2015

Having missed out on European Championship gold you might expect Surbiton captain Sarah Haycroft to hold a grudge or two.

Rugby Union: Richmond beat the odds to set-up tasty Blackheath showdown

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Tuesday 10th November 2015

Richmond host Blackheath in the longest running annual fixture in rugby at the Athletic Ground on Saturday and there is plenty more than simply 151 years of history riding on it.

Football: Fitness race for injured Bees striker

Sutton Guardian:

1:35pm Sunday 8th November 2015

Bees head coach Lee Carsley did not have a problem with the tackle that left him sweating on the fitness of loan striker Marco Djurcin.

Football: Carsley takes stock after whirlwind run for Bees

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 9th November 2015

Brentford head coach Lee Carsley has admitted he could not see where a win was going to come from after taking chareg Griffin Park.

Football: Brentford coach Carsley pays tribute to Jack Walker ahead of Blackburn return

Sutton Guardian:

8:30am Friday 6th November 2015

Head coach Lee Carsley might enjoy returning to one of his old clubs on Saturday, but he will not be letting Blackburn Rovers get anything out of his Brentford side.

Rugby Union: Cobham feeling the benefit of Harlequins connection

Sutton Guardian:

2:10pm Friday 6th November 2015

Cobham director of rugby Steve Pope is only too happy Cobham can help Quins back Matt Hopper decide where his future lies.

Rugby Union: Sharks have been warned over Quins threat

Sutton Guardian:

11:10am Friday 6th November 2015

Quins scored the most points they have ever managed at Bath on Saturday and unsurprisingly it came off the back of some impressive stats from their back three.

Rugby Union: Jones is an old dog learning new tricks at Harlequins

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Friday 6th November 2015

Props are not typically known for their ball skills, but Quins prop is Adam Jones is happy to be an old dog learning a few new tricks.

Cricket: Hampton School's Ansari will be key figure for Surrey on injury return

Sutton Guardian:

8:50am Saturday 7th November 2015

One man who might be sat at home thinking what might have been this winter is former Hampton School student Zafar Ansari.

Rugby Union: Unlucky eight for Harlequins as injury curse strikes again

Sutton Guardian:

3:09pm Thursday 5th November 2015

The injury curse Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea thought was behind his squad struck again this week to deal a blow to the club's Premiership title ambitions.

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