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Once more into the unknown for Leatherhead and skipper Joblin

Sutton Guardian: Not returning: Leatherhead’s overseas player Adrian Kritzinger from last season, who averaged 33 from 19 games, is staying in South Africa  	SP78030

3:42pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Leatherhead CC skipper Matthew Joblin will not be changing a winning formula as his side prepare to walk into the unknown for the second consecutive season.

Struggling United dig out the cotton wool

Sutton Guardian: Impressive: Isaac Philpott made his debut in the 1-0 win over Concord Rangers on Monday             All pictures: Paul Loughlin

2:16pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Sutton United boss Paul Doswell is wrapping up his stars in cotton wool ahead of the Skrill South play-offs.

Positives in the face of defeat for Ironsides skipper O'Keeffe

Sutton Guardian: On the charge: Paddy Flynn tries to get past the Longlevens defence on a day of disappointment for Ironsides

11:24am Thursday 24th April 2014

They may have let Twickenham slip through their fingers, but Battersea Ironsides skipper Colin O’Keeffe can see the positives.

Quins will not be satisfied with season without a trophy

Sutton Guardian: Euro blow: Quins fly half Nick Evans, pictured kicking a penalty against Leicester Tigers will miss tonight's Amlin Cup semi-final   Picture: Garry Bowden/Pinnacle

5:22pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Quins might have recovered from a slow start to an injury-plagued campaign to be on the brink of Amlin Cup and Premiership success, but director of rugby Conor O’Shea will take no satisfaction unless there is silverware in the trophy cabinet.  

Croydon Harriers stutter in the Southern Athletics League curtain raiser

Sutton Guardian: Silver show: Brandon Mitchell hands to Damien Powell in the 4x100m as Croydon Harriers claim the runners up spot               Picture: Karen Fossett

10:39am Thursday 24th April 2014

Croydon Harriers endured a tough start to their Southern Athletics League first division campaign, finishing fourth at the season’s curtain raiser at Lee Valley.

Latest news out of Hercules Wimbledon news - Hyde warms up nicely

Sutton Guardian: Prepared: Cassian Hyde in parkrun action

8:24am Thursday 24th April 2014

Hercules Wimbledon AC teenager Cassian Hyde warmed up for the coming track season with a personal best performance in the Bushy parkrun on Saturday.

Police probe 'head butt' on Carshalton footballer

Sutton Guardian: Charlie Wassmer

6:00am Thursday 24th April 2014

A police investigation has been launched after a player for Margate FC appeared to headbutt a Carshalton Athletic player.

Smith eyes up parting gift for QUins

Sutton Guardian: On his way: Quins winger Sam Smith could end the season as the Premiership's leading try scorer and be playing in the Championship next season

5:18pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Winger Sam Smith might be in the middle of a long try-scoring farewell to Harlequins fans and is out to add a trophy as the perfect leaving present.  

Enjoy the moment says Fowler, because Whyteleafe are the champions

Sutton Guardian: Make the most of it: The Whyteleafe players get the promotion party started                       Picture: Chris Layton

10:32am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Whyteleafe are the champions of the Southern Counties East League – and boss John Fowler wants his players to make the most of the moment.

Ryman League Round Up - Week 35

Sutton Guardian: Boss job: Tony Reid enjoys hitting the winner for Walton & Hersham over Worthing on Saturday       SP81843

9:07am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Kingstonian cemented their spot in the play-offs with a 5-1 hammering of Carshalton Athletic at Kingsmeadow on Monday.

It's time to put the pedal to the metal for metal-head Mikey

Sutton Guardian: Out of here: Mikey Gleeson from Wimbledon Chase leads from the front

9:00am Monday 21st April 2014

If you are going to have a natural talent for a sport, you could do a lot worse than motorhead Mikey Gleeson.

Bridge Banter: Can you hear it? That Chelsea v Liverpool drumbeat is getting louder and louder

Sutton Guardian: No way Jose: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho looks down in the dumps after his side's 1-0 defeat at Selhurst Park

11:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

The drumbeat is getting louder, counting down the moments to the all-important lunchtime clash between Liverpool and Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday April 27.

Bully’s positive outlook for Wimbledon RFC

Sutton Guardian: Frustration: James Ogilvy-Bull has endure an up and down season

9:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Wimbledon RFC coach James Ogilvy-Bull is taking the positives from a season of ultimate frustration.

Kingston survival fight over bar the shouting

Sutton Guardian: Trying times: Kingston’s Matt Bolster tests the Old Tiffinians

7:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Kingston’s Surrey Division One fate will be decided  in a committee room rather than on the pitch - for now.  

O'Shea: Quins still have it all to do

Sutton Guardian: Hanging in there: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea's Quins are still in the race

8:41am Saturday 19th April 2014

Quins director of rugby Conor O'Shea knows two more wins might not be enough to secure a top four Premiership finish but his men will fight all the way.

Quins beat Leicester to stay in Premiership race

Sutton Guardian: Hanging in there: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea's Quins are still in the race

9:54pm Friday 18th April 2014

England full back Mike Brown's try proved decisive as Harlequins beat Leicester Tigers 24-20 to stay in the race for a top four Premiership finish.

Sutton United’s Doswell is down dealing with a defensive dilemma

Sutton Guardian: Missing: The talisman Charlie Clough could be out for the remainder of the season           SP81948

1:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

Sutton United’s Skrill South promotion dreams have been thrown into turmoil after boss Paul Doswell admitted they are facing a defensive nightmare.

Flowers shows no fear ahead of return to crash site

Sutton Guardian: Oulton calling: Matt Flowers begins a fresh assault on the Ginetta GT5 Challenge title this weekend

10:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Banstead motorhead Matt Flowers is returning to the scene of last season’s major crash to kick-start a fresh assault on the Ginetta GT5 Challenge.

Whyteleafe teeter on the edge of promotion as champions

Sutton Guardian: High hopes: John Fowler faces a weekend that could change everything for Whyteleafe                 SP72974

8:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Boss John Fowler is standing on the brink of writing a new chapter in the history of Whyteleafe FC.

Quins chief O’Shea tells fans to get behind his men for Tigers showdown - Let's be having you

Sutton Guardian: Show me love: Ugo Monye leads the celebrations during a win over London Welsh last season and Conor O’Shea wants more of the same tonight	SP70080

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea has called on Quins fans to roar his men on to the Premiership play-offs as they go big game hunting.

Robertson's aiming to maintain top gear at Donington Park

Sutton Guardian: Man with a plan: Charlie Robertson from Whyteleafe

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Whyteleafe motor ace Charlie Robertson is confident of keeping his superb early season momentum rolling at Donington Park this weekend in the latest rounds of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup.

When the King of Carshalton met the Sultan of Sutton

Sutton Guardian: Stitch this: Ricky Boylan and Paul Doswell get up close and personal

11:57am Thursday 17th April 2014

Carshalton boxer Ricky Boylan returned to his childhood stomping ground on Saturday to watch Sutton United cement their place in the Skrill South play-offs.

Corinthian Casuals steal points to stand on brink of Ryman safety

Sutton Guardian: Almost there: Corinthian Casuals chief Matt Howard has performed a minor miracle at King George's Field this season

5:09pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Corinthian Casuals boss Matt Howard reckons he might have been under house arrest on Tuesday night after his side burgled the points that could land Ryman Division One South safety.

Sutton & Epsom coach left frustrated by a season of injury woe

Sutton Guardian: Man with the boot: Sam Hurley                All pictures: Dave Jackson

5:05pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Sutton & Epsom RFC’s head coach Jeff Parsons has felt the frustration of a difficult return to London Division One South.

Battersea Ironsides need you to raise the roof

Sutton Guardian: None shall pass: Colin O’Keeffe will lead his Battersea Ironsides out on Saturday hoping they can overcome the final hurdle and reach the national final of the RFU Junior Vase at Twickenham

4:32pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Battersea Ironsides skipper Colin O’Keeffe is calling on all rugby fans in the area to descend on Garratt Green this weekend and cheer the side onto Twickenham.

Latest Hercules Wimbledon news: Grima's London marathon joy

Sutton Guardian: Top running: Claire Grima finished sixth in the women's over-35s London marathon

4:23pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Hercules Wimbledon AC's Claire Grima finished a brilliant sixth in the women's over-35 championship race in Sunday's London marathon.

Skeete turns on the power to shut up his critics

Sutton Guardian: This one’s for you: Bradley Skeete dedicated Saturday’s win to his late manager Dean Powell

9:46am Tuesday 15th April 2014

Battersea boxer Bradley Skeete promised to shut up his critics, and he did just that with a ruthless display at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday.

Ryman League round up week 34

Sutton Guardian: Bang: Dee Okejie's scores the Ks winner over Lowestoft on Saturday            DeadlinePix: BT84434

8:57am Tuesday 15th April 2014

Kingstonian took another step towards cementing a play-off berth thanks to Dee Okejie’s winner over fellow promotion hopefuls Lowestoft.

Five star - Leatherhead secure home play-off with a stellar demolition of Crawley Down Gatwick

Sutton Guardian: Opener: Tom Parkinson grabbed the first goal in Leatherhead's 5-0 win at Crawley Down Gatwick

12:56pm Monday 14th April 2014

Leatherhead ripped into relegation-threatened Crawley Down Gatwick on Saturday to secure another three points and home advantage in the Ryman Division One South play-off semi- finals.

Herne Hill Harriers bring home the wares from first open meeting of the season

Sutton Guardian: Speedy: Barbara Folayan, 12, in action over 100m                  All pictures: SP84354

12:46pm Monday 14th April 2014

Herne Hill Harriers hosted their first open track & field meeting of the season at the club's Tooting Bec headquarters on Saturday.

Herne Hill trio break into the top 60 at the London marathon

Sutton Guardian: Top 60 finisher: Abdi Madar finished the London marathon in two hours 32 minutes 30 seconds - enough for 57th

12:01pm Monday 14th April 2014

Alan O'Shea, James Mason and Abdi Madar led the Herne Hill Harriers' charge at the Virgin London marathon, with the three athletes finishing inside the top 60s.

Croydon Harriers' day in the London marathon sunshine

Sutton Guardian: Pounding the streets: Neil Aikman in action in the Virgin London marathon

11:52am Monday 14th April 2014

Nearly 30 Croydon Harriers were in action at the full and mini versions of the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday.

House of Payne: One rule for the rich and another for the rest

Sutton Guardian: Good times: Ex-Ks striker Tony Reid won the Surrey Senior Cup under Ian McDonald in 2006

11:00am Sunday 13th April 2014

It hardly made headline news – even in these parts – but Kingstonian were thrown out of the Surrey Senior Cup last month for fielding an ineligible player against Ash United, writes John Payne.  

Kingston chairman eyes one last hurrah for Surrey safety

Sutton Guardian: Well done sone: Luke Burge, left, is congratulated by Ryan Seymour after scoring a crucial try for Kingston

10:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

Kingston chairman Graeme Maisey is hoping one last hurrah can save the club from Surrey Division One relegation today.  

Latest Hercules Wimbledon news: Virgin London Marathon preview

Sutton Guardian: All set: The Virgin London Marathon gets underway tomorrow morning

9:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

Husband and wife marathon running duo David and Claire Grima head a dozen-strong Hercules Wimbledon contingent running in Sunday's Virgin Money London Marathon from Blackheath to The Mall.

Evans: Quins' Sharks clash is like a cup final

Sutton Guardian: Spot on: Quins fly half Nick Evans is back to his place kicking best after a slow start to the season

1:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

Quins fly-half Nick Evans knows his men are in the Premiership’s last chance saloon.  

Croydon tennis player sues Lawn Tennis Association over 'racial discrimination'

Sutton Guardian: Isaac Stoute

11:00am Friday 11th April 2014

A South Croydon tennis player is suing the sport's British governing body over alleged racial discrimination.

Care's revenge mission can boost Quins play-off campaign

Sutton Guardian: Talking point: Quins Danny Care was speaking on behalf of HSBC at the HSBC National Schools Sevens

11:00am Friday 11th April 2014

Danny Care’s summer plans may yet save Harlequins’ Premiership campaign, writes Pippa Field.  

Latest Hercules Wimbledon news: Young athletes come home as records fall

Sutton Guardian: Ready to go: Hercules Wimbledon’s Diego Leyenda battles hard in the javelin competition 	DeadlinePix SP84216

8:00am Friday 11th April 2014

Hercules Wimbledon AC welcomed home its Young Athletes Open meeting after 33 years, leading athletics coach Rob Russell to proclaim the atmosphere as the best yet.

McCallum believes United's play-off experience will count for everything

Sutton Guardian: Man with the know how: Gavin McCallum can see the experience he believes will get United through the play-offs                      SP83097

7:00am Friday 11th April 2014

Sutton United’s hopes of automatic promotion out of the Skrill South are fading after a defeat last weekend, but striker Gavin McCallum believes they have what it takes to win promotion via the play-offs.

Chelsea can improve dodgy away form at Swansea

Sutton Guardian: Ball boy Charlie Morgan is led away after being kicked by Chelsea’s Eden Hazard

9:10am Friday 11th April 2014

Bridge Banter: The memory of the Blues’ Carling Cup defeat in Wales a year ago is still raw for the boys in blue.

Twickenham's title hopes are dashed - but there is still the promotion play-off

Sutton Guardian: Contrasting emotions: Old Priorians celebrate the key score that gave them a 28-20 bonus point triumph over Twickenham to leave the home side’s title hopes in tatters

6:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

Despite his disappointment in defeat to Old Priorians, Twickenham’s head of senior rugby Andy Rees paid homage to his side’s conquerors.  

Cup kings Blues have plenty to play for

Sutton Guardian: Shoot on sight: Former Arsenal trainee and Jamaican international Nigel Neita takes a shot in Tuesday’s 3-0 London Senior Cup semi-final triumph over Wingate & Finchley at Imber Court	 	Deadlinepix SP83420

5:04pm Thursday 10th April 2014

Mid-table Met Police may be forgiven for winding down to the end of the season – but boss Jim Cooper is having none of it.  

Dunn the young gun can see a brighter Surrey sun

Sutton Guardian: Young talent: Matt Dunn believes he, and the likes of Rory Burns, pictured, will thrive under coach Graham Ford this season

9:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

Surrey fast bowler Matt Dunn has turned the trauma of relegation to County Championship Division Two into a force for good.

Tanners boss Brady needs to get the cotton wool out

Sutton Guardian: 30-up: Tom Bradbrook's goals have continued to flow this season, including the winner over Folkestone Invicta on Saturday                      SP81226

8:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

Leatherhead boss Richard Brady is wrapping his star striker in cotton wool ahead of the Ryman Division One South play-offs.

FA set to ban football betting

Sutton Guardian: The FA's proposal affects players down to step four of the non-league pyramid

3:06pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

The Football Association has proposed that from next season anyone involved in the top eight tiers of the English league system will be subject to a worldwide betting ban.

Former Sutton United man prepares for a shot at the MLS

Sutton Guardian: New role: Paul Telfer is bound for America to coach in the North American Soccer League

9:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Very soon, the Telfer family will board a plane bound for America, and Paul Telfer will be beginning a new journey, bound for the Major Soccer League.

Relegated Massey spies the secret to an immediate return to the Ryman Premier League

Sutton Guardian: Plans: Stuart Massey wants a physical approach next season

9:35am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Stuart Massey already has a plan to return Carshalton Athletic to the Ryman Premier League.

Whyatt takes a giant step into the boxing ring with an eight-round title shot

Sutton Guardian: Title shot: Craig Whyatt goes for the vacant International Masters bronze belt at the end of this week

8:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Morden super-featherweight Craig Whyatt will be taking a giant step up the boxing ladder when he fights for the vacant International Masters bronze belt next week.

Nine-man Leafe's promotion challenge implodes

Sutton Guardian: Off: Roscoe DSane saw red in Whyteleafe's 1-0 defeat at Corinthian on Tuesday night - as did team-mate Jensen Grant              SP84263

8:03am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Whyteleafe suffered a major setback to their Southern Counties East League promotion challenge after a 1-0 defeat at Corinthian.









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