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Rugby Union: Roberts does bit for Anglo-Welsh relations at Quins

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Friday 9th October 2015

Centre Jamie Roberts has done his bit for Anglo-Welsh relations at Harlequins after revealing he had some sympathy for England captain Chris Robshaw.

Football: Gale earns credit for Stags as ex-Don Nicholson swoops in

Sutton Guardian:

5:24pm Thursday 8th October 2015

Cyprus U21 international Jack Sammoutis reckons there is only one thing behind Walton Casuals’ surge up the Ryman Division One South table – boss Anthony Gale.

Athletics: Gratton wins parkrun war in Bushy Park

Sutton Guardian:

4:51pm Wednesday 7th October 2015

Andrius Jaksevicius might have won the Bushy Park parkrun battle on Saturday, but St Mary’s Richmond Athletics Club’s Mark Gratton won the war.

Hockey: Surbiton's flying Scotsman shocked by goalscoring form

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Thursday 8th October 2015

Surbiton hot shot Alan Forsyth has been shocked by the form that has landed him a shot at an Olympic Games appearance.

Motorsport: BTCC experience key to Onslow-Cole's debut rallycross podium

Sutton Guardian:

2:00pm Wednesday 7th October 2015

Tom Onslow-Cole drew on his British Touring Car Championship experience to claim a World Rallycross Championship RX Lites Cup podium finish in Turkey.

Football: Group effort secures monthly award for Ks manager

Sutton Guardian:

10:00am Wednesday 7th October 2015

Kingstonian boss Tommy Williams celebrated his manager of the month award for September by kicking off October with three more points.

Football: Trophy triumph has Casuals cash rich

Sutton Guardian:

4:54pm Tuesday 6th October 2015

Corinthian Casuals pocketed £2,500 in FA Trophy prize money after Josh Uzun struck twice from the penalty spot in a 2-1 win over Ryman Division One South rivals Three Bridges on Saturday.

Football: Confidence is key to Brentford's hopes

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Wednesday 7th October 2015

Head coach Lee Carsley believes a boost to his Bees' confidence will make all the difference.

Rugby Union: Robshaw and Lancaster to face searching questions in wake of World Cup exit

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Sunday 4th October 2015

Captain Chris Robshaw and head coach Stuart Lancaster are set to face some searching questions about their respective futures after England crashed out of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday.

Football: Goals are the goal for Ks this term

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Friday 2nd October 2015

Skipper Alan Inns has revealed Kingstonian are more likely to concede more goals this season as they go in search of more wins, writes Stuart Amos.

Football: Bees' coach wants Woods to be more forward thinking

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Friday 2nd October 2015

Brentford new boy Ryan Woods impressed in his first Championship start on Tuesday, but head coach Lee Carsley would like a bit more.

Rugby Union: Kingston learn the value of hard graft to land first win

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Thursday 1st October 2015

Kingston head coach Matt Hawke believes his men are starting to enjoy the fruits of their hard labour after securing a first win of the new Surrey Division One campaign.

Cricket: Middlesex let Twickenham left armer Sandhu move on

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Thursday 1st October 2015

Twickenham Cricket Club may face a fight to retain the services of left arm seamer Gurjit Sandhu following his release from Middlesex CCC this week.

Rugby Union: Vandals must stamp authority over London rivals

Sutton Guardian:

3:39pm Wednesday 30th September 2015

Weybridge Vandals head coach Aidan Turns has urged his men to stamp their authority on London Division Two South West new boys London Exiles on Saturday.

Football: Carsley prepared to leave Brentford at end of the season

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Wednesday 30th September 2015

It seems Lee Carsley appears one of the most reluctant head coaches to have taken charge of Brentford, despite agreeing to take on the post until the end of the season.

Football: Match winner Murphy-McVey has a bright future at Ks

Sutton Guardian:

4:43pm Tuesday 29th September 2015

Kingstonian boss Tommy Williams has hoped for match winner Brendan Murphy-McVey.

Football: Carsley shocked by head coach opportunity at Brentford

Sutton Guardian:

7:31am Tuesday 29th September 2015

Former Brentford development squad coach Lee Carsley has revealed his surprise at being named head coach at Griffin Park this week.

Ealing (Road) Comedies: Video killed the rugby referee and football could be next

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Friday 25th September 2015

'Let's go upstairs?'

Hockey: England will be driven to greater heights by those who missed EuroHockey triumph, says Haycroft

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Monday 28th September 2015

Surbiton Ladies skipper Sarah Haycroft might have missed out on being part of England’s EuroHockey winning squad, but she insists competition for places is only good for the team’s Olympic hopes.

World Cup Rugby: Ex-Quin Kohn ready to back Wales at Twickenham

Sutton Guardian:

2:00pm Friday 25th September 2015

Former Harlequins lock Olly Kohn might have only played eight minutes for Wales, but he will be cheering them on at Twickenham tomorrow.

World Cup Rugby: Wales atmosphere will be bigger and better than Fiji win warns Robshaw

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Saturday 26th September 2015

If Chris Robshaw thought Twickenham could not get any louder than on Friday night, he might get a rude awakening when Wales visit rugby HQ on Saturday.

Football: Young Bee has immediate impact at Hampton

Sutton Guardian:

3:06pm Thursday 24th September 2015

Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Alan Dowson’s hoped the arrival of Barnet defender Harry Taylor would be productive – and so it has proved.

Football: Blues' cup exit not all doom and gloom as Caubo lands Barnet switch

Sutton Guardian:

2:44pm Thursday 24th September 2015

Met Police may have been forced to release three players after last week’s FA Cup first round exit, but one youngsters has come out of things smelling on roses.

Rugby Union: Vandals remain grounded after opening day win

Sutton Guardian:

11:07am Wednesday 23rd September 2015

Weybridge Vandals might have started their London Division Two South West campaign with a win on Saturday, but head coach Aiden Turns is not getting carried away.

Boxing: Teddington's Leinster after November rematch with Gale

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Wednesday 23rd September 2015

Teddington's Kieran Leinster is determined to right the wrongs of his Champion of Champions defeat to Steve Gale in Aldershot on Saturday night.

World Cup Rugby: St George's old boy barely put a foot wrong but Nadolo is just a unit

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Tuesday 22nd September 2015

Anthony Watson did not really put a foot wrong, he just came up against someone bigger than him on Friday night.

World Cup Rugby: Coach and captain know Brown is key to England hopes

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Tuesday 22nd September 2015

Harlequins full back Mike Brown scaled another peak in his career to leave a nation and himself hoping there are more summits to be conquered.

Brentford: Canos shows Barcelona breeding to inspire Brentford

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Monday 21st September 2015

Brentford head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen admitted Sergi Canos's Barcelona breeding helped secure a first home win of the season for the Bees on Saturday.

Cricket: Surrey skipper backs Curran to shine after One-Day Cup defeat

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Sunday 20th September 2015

Surrey captain Gareth Batty has backed former Weybridge Cricket Club youngster Sam Curran to become a top all-rounder.

World Cup Rugby: Rugby World Cup arrives in Twickenham

Sutton Guardian:

8:00pm Friday 18th September 2015

Honorary president of England Rugby 2015 Prince Harry and World Rugby chairman Bernard Lapasset, formally opened Rugby World Cup 2015 ahead of the tournament's opening clash between hosts England and Fiji.

World Cup Rugby: Fans are in for an emotional ride, says captain Robshaw

Sutton Guardian:

2:00pm Friday 18th September 2015

England captain Chris Robshaw has warned fans they face an emotional ride on Rugby World Cup's opening day at Twickenham stadium.

Brentford: Young Woods excited by transition at Bees

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Friday 18th September 2015

It might come as no surprise that being released from Walsall was the best thing that has happened to Ryan Woods in his fledgling career.

Football: Hampton have no reason to panic, says Casey

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Friday 18th September 2015

Midfielder Josh Casey says there is no need to panic at Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Football: Sutherland's timely return can help case for Blues' defence

Sutton Guardian:

4:29pm Thursday 17th September 2015

Ryman Premier League relegation is a reality for Met Police and boss Jimmy Cooper is hoping the return of former captain Steve Sutherland can lead the fight against the drop.

Football: Ks preparing for fresh start with fantastic Dons offer

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Friday 18th September 2015

Kingstonian co-chairman Mark Anderson as revealed AFC Wimbledon’s proposed move to Merton will result in a cash windfall that will preserve his club’s future for 20-years and beyond.

World Cup Rugby: England and Twickenham ready for the big opening night

Sutton Guardian:

8:50am Friday 18th September 2015

Anthony Watson is ready to savour what he expects to be the biggest physical challenge of his career on world rugby’s biggest stage.

Cricket: Ansari in race against time to make England tour

Sutton Guardian:

11:36am Wednesday 16th September 2015

Former Hampton School student Zafar Ansari seems destined never to play for England, writes Stuart Amos.

Cricket: Ansari potential excites England selectors

Sutton Guardian:

3:53pm Tuesday 15th September 2015

England selector James Whitaker says former Hampton School student Zafar Ansari is not in the England Test squad bound for Abu Dhabi to make up the numbers.

Football: Kingstonian taking steps to become fan-owned football club

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 14th September 2015

Kingstonian FC has confirmed the club could be fan-owned by the end of the season as they prepare to leave Kingsmeadow in the summer of 2017.

Football: Casuals boss Bracken refuses to take credit for Mendy masterstroke

Sutton Guardian:

1:07pm Sunday 13th September 2015

Corinthian Casuals James Bracken refused to take too much credit for the introduction of substitute Cherno Mendy, but admitted it was a key moment on Saturday.

Cricket: Surrey season of success may find its roots in Weybridge

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Sunday 13th September 2015

If Surrey return to the LV= County Championship top flight as Division Two champions and lift the Royal London One Day Trophy the success may have been made in Weybridge.

Athletics: Ace Mace has a year to remember

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Saturday 12th September 2015

Walton Athletics Club’s Sophie Mace will remember 2015 as the year she conquered all.

Football: Brentford road trip will be a tough test

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Friday 11th September 2015

Brentford head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen is expecting a tough test from his team’s northern road trip.

Football: Pico blow for Kingstonian

Sutton Guardian:

10:00am Friday 11th September 2015

Kingstonian could be without leading scorer Pelayo Pico Gomez for the foreseeable future.

Football: Ks eye FA Cup run momentum

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Friday 11th September 2015

Kingstonian boss Tommy Williams says his squad is moving in the right direction and wants an FA Cup run to build promotion winning momentum.

Cricket: East Molesey promotion was a team effort - although Zampa factor helped

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Friday 11th September 2015

East Molesey skipper Sam Burge has hailed his team for completing the job star leg spinner Adam Zampa started.

Ealing (Road) Comedies: Path to and from Shrewsbury is much travelled

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Friday 11th September 2015

A fellow Brentford fan – of a certain age – once claimed Shrewsbury was an untapped venue for hen parties and recommended any single man to hot foot it to Shropshire.

Cricket: Teddington girls put Bushy Park on cricket map

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Saturday 12th September 2015

Bushy Park Girls Cricket Club crowned a golden year by becoming Middlesex champions at North London CC on Sunday.

Football: Brentford can progress now transfer dust has settled

Sutton Guardian:

4:47pm Thursday 10th September 2015

Brentford head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen is hoping the closure of the transfer window will help build stability at Griffin Park and see results improve.

Athletics: Street's best is not enough for Ranelagh at Surrey Road Relay Championships

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Tuesday 8th September 2015

Ranelagh Harriers could not take advantage of lead athlete Ralph Street's efforts as the club's senior men's team finished seventh at the Surrey Road Relay Championships on Saturday.

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