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.

Mace’s third triumph leads the way for Surrey

Sutton Guardian: Jump to it: Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers Rhianna Reynolds takes part in the high jump at the Hercules Wimbledon Young Athlete's open last Sunday

1:00pm Sunday 13th April 2014

Sophie Mace’s third national sportshall athletics shot title in as many years helped Surrey U15 girls lift the team title in Manchester last Sunday.  

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.

Boylan gets past a tough Pole to claim 11th pro win

Sutton Guardian: Undefeated: Ricky Boylan scored an 11th pro win on Saturday night

9:23am Monday 7th April 2014

Carsharlton’s "Pretty" Ricky Boylan admitted he learnt a lot from his six-round victory over tough Polish operator Krzysztof Szot on Saturday at York Hall, Bethnal Green.

Mizon is feeling the hunger pangs again

Sutton Guardian: Not the real deal: Jimmy Mizon, left, ultimately lost this QBL bout against Dan Spencer, and it has taken him more than a year to get back into the ring 	Picture: Alan Foley

8:00am Sunday 6th April 2014

Tadworth’s Jimmy Mizon is hungry again, and he is stepping back into the boxing ring to prove it.

Millroy to fulfil his Eastern promise in South Korea

Sutton Guardian: Rising sun: Esher’s Ollie Millroy is set for the Asian GT racing scene

7:00am Sunday 6th April 2014

Esher racer Ollie Millroy has not turned his back on European racing, but is out to deliver on his Eastern promise.

Whyteleafe's Robertson claims a debut SuperCup win at Brands Hatch

Sutton Guardian: Fast wheels: Charlie Robertson in action at Brands Hatch                 Jakob Ebrey Photography

11:31am Monday 31st March 2014

Whyteleafe's up and coming master of the motor, Charlie Robertson, underlined his status as one of the UK’s best young racing drivers at the opening weekend of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup.

Parsons eyes Queensbury Boxing League title challenge

Sutton Guardian: Eye on the prize: Danny Parsons, right, is hoping to line up a national Queensbury  Boxing League title shot

8:00am Sunday 30th March 2014

Kingston’s Danny Parsons will have no room for error when he defends his Queensbury Boxing League southern area lightweight title next month.

Richmond's Montagna lines up worlds shot

Sutton Guardian: Golden girl Orleans Park School student Isabella Montagna with her gold medal

7:00am Sunday 30th March 2014

Richmond Gymnastics Association’s Isabella Montagna is targeting a world championship appearance after defending her U19 British Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships mixed pair title with  partner  Lewis Walker.  

Team O-C finalises GT deal

Sutton Guardian: New challenge: Racing driver Tom Onslow-Cole

2:19pm Thursday 27th March 2014

New Malden’s Tom Onslow-Cole has agreed a one-year deal to pair up with KPM Racing team-mate Paul White in the 2014 British GT Championship this summer.

Whyteleafe's Robertson settled behind the wheel for his SuperCup bow

Sutton Guardian: Life in the fast lane: Charlie Robertson test driving his 370bhp V6-engined Ginetta G55 at Silverstone

10:10am Tuesday 25th March 2014

Whyteleafe motorhead Charlie Robertson is targeting a good start to his maiden race in the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup this weekend.

Teddington's Leinster sets sights on big things

Sutton Guardian: Back in the ring: Kieran Leinster, right, in action against John Hefford in February

10:00am Monday 24th March 2014

Middleweight boxer Kieran Leinster has set his sights on securing a British title shot later this year, as he continues his meteoric rise up the ranks of the Queensbury Boxing League.

Richmond gymnasts land gold medal in Portugal

Sutton Guardian: Silver service: RGA’s Jennifer Bailey, Cicely Irwin and Josie Russell

6:00am Monday 24th March 2014

Richmond Gymnastics Association returned from a double header tournament in Portugal with a four-medal haul earlier this month.  

Skinner and Jones triumph at Kingston Breakfast Run

Sutton Guardian: Winner: Blackheath and Bromley athlete Michael Skinner, centre, won the Breakfast Run 16-mile race on Sunday with Ben Shearer in second

2:00pm Sunday 23rd March 2014

Whole Foods Market Breakfast Run winner Michael Skinner revealed local knowledge gave him the edge as he triumphed in Market Square on Sunday.

Teddington swimmers savour gold standard

Sutton Guardian: Golden boys: Teddington’s victorious U11s  relay squad show off their medals at Crystal Palace

12:00pm Sunday 23rd March 2014

Jacob Patterson, Eddie Hunt, Sophie Fussell  and Brandon Sayers were in golden Middlesex Championship form for Teddington Swimming Club at Enfield and Crystal Palace last weekend.  

Season finale promises thrills and spills at the Wimbledon Raceway

Sutton Guardian: Bang: Some feisty action in the 1300cc stock car championship                 All pictures:

10:00am Sunday 23rd March 2014

Tonight marks the final meeting of an action packed season at Wimbledon that has seen exciting and thrilling racing every week, and no little amount of controversy and incidents along the way.

Gilbert back in Twickenham and dreaming of Formula One

Sutton Guardian: Ready for a fresh start: Twickenham-based racing driver Mitchell Gilbert

6:00am Sunday 23rd March 2014

FIA Formula Three European Championship racer Mitchell Gilbert has returned to Twickenham with one aim in mind – to put a year to forget behind him.  

Twickenham's Thomas eyes up golden Commonwealth show

Sutton Guardian: Building on Indian promise: Twickenham's Alys Thomas

8:00am Saturday 22nd March 2014

Twickenham swimmer Alys Thomas is setting herself big goals ahead of this summer’s Commonwealth Games, writes Marios Papaloizou.

Breakfast Run: Lovelace teachers inspired for Breakfast battle

Sutton Guardian: The promised land: The Breakfast Run finish line in Kingston's Market Square

1:00pm Friday 21st March 2014

The news eight school teachers from Lovelace Primary School are taking on Sunday's Breakfast Run has given me hope, writes Stuart Amos.  

Kingston's Onslow-Cole laps up 24 hour lifestyle

Sutton Guardian: Podium boy: New Malden's Tom Onslow-Cole

11:00am Friday 21st March 2014

Two podium finishes for Tom Onslow-Cole in two 24H Series outings has him plotting a new course in motorsport.  

Jackson turns on the heat in Bushy Park

Sutton Guardian: Leading the way: Anthony Jackson powered home to a personal best time on Saturday in his seven parkrun win in his last seven appearances

5:48pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Strugglers Running Club's Anthony Jackson took two seconds off his personal best at the Bushy Park parkrun last Saturday.

Walton's Mace aces on best behaviour in Swindon

Sutton Guardian: Record breakers: Walton Athletics Club's Sophie and Sam Mace

4:42pm Tuesday 18th March 2014

Walton Athletics Club’s Sophie Mace smashed the UK U17 girls throws pentathlon record by more than 1,000 points at Swindon Harriers’ Winter Throws Invitational Series on Saturday.  

Gardner reclaims his prized Queensbury Boxing League title

Sutton Guardian: Points decision: Gareth Gardner eventually overcame Sam Holloway at Alexandra Palace on Saturday night

10:20am Tuesday 18th March 2014

Croydon’s Gareth Gardner reclaimed the vacant Queensbury British League light middleweight title on Saturday night after showing the heart of a lion against challenger Sam Holloway.

Victorious Daws must play the waiting game for another title shot

Sutton Guardian: Keeping busy: Lenny Daws takes on, and beats, journeyman Arek Malek over eight rounds on Saturday night              All pictures: Lenny Daws

9:49am Monday 17th March 2014

Morden’s Lenny "Lightning" Daws has admitted he will have to wait a bit longer before landing another title shot.

Molesey pair enjoy star-studded Masters success on the Thames

Sutton Guardian: Golden girls: Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins were among the stars on the river on Saturday

11:00am Sunday 16th March 2014

Molesey Boat Club veterans Rachel Stanhope and Philippa Cross helped a star studded eights crew to a Masters pennant at the Women's Eights Head of the River Race on the Thames on Saturday.

Conlon suspended, but the bangers championship continues

Sutton Guardian: Up, close and personal: The close racing of the Ministox

10:00am Sunday 16th March 2014

It’s all about the money this week at Wimbledon, as the domestic bangers have a £500 prize pot up for grabs - that is apart from local favourite, Keith Conlon.

Opening the Daws for a title shot

Sutton Guardian: Keeping fit: Lenny Daws’ comeback continues

12:00pm Friday 14th March 2014

Morden boxer Lenny Daws will take another step towards silencing his doubters when he gets back into the ring this weekend.

Anderson has glory in his sights as he prepares for this Queensbury Boxing League debut

Sutton Guardian: Kingston boxers miss gold at British uni championships

11:00am Thursday 13th March 2014

Danny Anderson says he is as ready as he can be when he takes his Queensbury Boxing League bow this weekend.

Defeated Edwards points the finger of criticism

Sutton Guardian: Bound for greatness: Sunny Edwards

9:00am Thursday 13th March 2014

Beddington boxer Sunny Edwards criticised his England trainers and the referee after missing out on gold at the GB Three Nations in Edinburgh last weekend.

Pentathlete Yamakawa's silver identfies areas for improvement

Sutton Guardian: Silver lining: Walton Athletics Club's Sawa Yamakawa won javelin silver at the Surrey Championships last year

1:00pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

Walton Athletics Club’s Sawa Yamakawa knows what he needs to work on to become a champion after collecting U15 boys pentathlon silver at the English Indoor Combined Events Championships on Sunday.  

Gardner is eager to get back into Queensbury Boxing League big time

Sutton Guardian: Back in the ring: Gareth Gardner returns to action in the Queensbury Boxing League this weekend

8:22am Wednesday 12th March 2014

New Addington's Gareth Gardner wants fans to prepare themselves for the biggest performance of his career when he headlines the Queensbury Boxing League Capital Shakedown at Alexandra Palace this weekend.

Teddington's Osagie's medal upgrade a bitter sweet moment

Sutton Guardian: Upgrade: St Mary's University based Andrew Osagie was awarded a bronze medal at the World Indoor Championships on Saturday

8:51am Tuesday 11th March 2014

St Mary’s University’s Andrew Osagie described his upgrade to bronze medal following the qualification of his friend Marcin Lewandowski after the men’s 800m final at the World Indoor Athletics Championships on Saturday as a bitter sweet moment.

Hamerlaine and Anderson headline for Kingston Royals again

Sutton Guardian: Winning team: (Left to right) Kingston Royals' Tegan Lessey, Paul Hurley (head coach), Lily Anderson, Damien Bryan (coach), Yasmine Hamerlaine and Mark Smith (coach)

7:00am Monday 10th March 2014

Kingston Royals swimmers Yasmine Hamerlaine and Lily Anderson were the club's golden heroes for a second successive week at the Surrey County Championships in Guildford.

Get ready for the destruction derby

Sutton Guardian: Smash, bang, wallop: The national bangers will be in action tonight

9:00am Sunday 9th March 2014

The hard hitting national bangers roll into the capital tonight to compete for the London Open.

Kingston boxers miss gold at British uni championships

Sutton Guardian: Kingston boxers miss gold at British uni championships

11:36am Friday 7th March 2014

Kingston University boxer Cristel Tansoe insisted she gave it her all as a gold medal at the Bucs Gatorade Nationals proved just out of her reach.

Banger feud set to continue tonight at Plough Lane

Sutton Guardian: Leader: Keith Conlon leads his Bandits team from the front

10:00am Sunday 2nd March 2014

There have been some very healthy crowds at Plough Lane recently treated to some wonderful close racing and wrecking, and tonight's promises much of the same under the floodlights.

Amateur Edwards is on fire in the ring

Sutton Guardian: Bound for greatness: Sunny Edwards

3:48pm Thursday 27th February 2014

Sunny Edwards is making a name for himself, although the Beddington boxer is already well-known in amateur circles.

Hot rods take to the Wimbledon stadium track tonight

Sutton Guardian: Winner: Colin Moss secured the 2l hot rod London title

8:00am Sunday 23rd February 2014

A return to domestic action is the order of the day at Wimbledon stadium tonight with a combination of contact and non-contact racing.

Whyatt’s out for a title shot in front of the TV cameras

Sutton Guardian: Ready for a shot at a title: Craig Whyatt

9:00am Friday 21st February 2014

Morden lightweight boxer Craig Whyatt could clinch a title shot in front of the TV cameras tonight.

Skeete downbeat despite extended his unbeaten run in the boxing ring

Sutton Guardian: Winner: Bradley Skeete is now 15 bouts unbeaten, but he did not face the opponent he was hoping for

11:00am Tuesday 18th February 2014

Battersea’s Bradley Skeete says he was gutted at not getting the opportunity to fight former world champion Vivian Harris on Saturday.

Leinster puts lights out to take QBL middleweight crown

Sutton Guardian: Rising star: Teddington’s Kieran Leinster had a good night in the Queensbury Boxing League on Saturday

11:00am Saturday 15th February 2014

Teddington boxer Kieran Leinster claimed the Queensbury Boxing League national middleweight crown on Saturday and has set his sights even higher.

Twickenham's Alcott sets sights on World Cup tour after Sochi showing

Sutton Guardian: On her way: Twickenham's Chemmy Alcott will be on the plane to the Sochi Winter Olympics

10:19am Saturday 15th February 2014

Tears of joy turned into tears of frustration for Chemmy Alcott as her Winter Olympic career came to a close – but she insists she isn’t done skiing just yet.

Rivalries rear their head again as the domestic bangers go head to head

Sutton Guardian: From up above: Jack White surveys the scene from his elevated position in his rookie rod

9:00am Saturday 15th February 2014

With the domestic bangers back in action, Mitcham’s Keith Conlon will be leading his "Bandit" team into battle as their feud with "The Boyz" team continues.

Twickenham's Alcott proud of Olympic effort

Sutton Guardian: On her way: Twickenham's Chemmy Alcott will be on the plane to the Sochi Winter Olympics

9:23am Wednesday 12th February 2014

Twickenham's alpine ski star Chemmy Alcott was delighted with her top-20 finish in an historic women's downhill at the Winter Olympics this morning.

Walton's Penty misses final but is happy to be back

Sutton Guardian: Back on song: Walton's Toby Penty has put six months of injury agony behind him

1:43pm Tuesday 11th February 2014

A spot in the men’s singles final proved a step too far for Toby Penty, but he admits he was just happy to back feeling like his old self again at the English National Badminton Championships, writes Chris Bailey.

Richmond's Del Celo relishing Games bid under Daley's ex-coach

Sutton Guardian: Facing up to the challenge: Francesca Del Celo has her sights on Glasgow and beyond

6:00am Monday 10th February 2014

Richmond’s Francesca Del Celo believes 2014 could be a make or break year for her senior diving career as she bids to represent Great Britain at the 2016 Olympics.

Skeete to face his toughest challenger yet

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

11:00am Sunday 9th February 2014

Battersea’s Bradley Skeete steps up to the biggest challenge of his career on February 15 when he meets former world champion “Vicious” Vivian Harris at the Copper Box Arena.

Twickenham pair set sights on world indoor champs selection in Sheffield

5:00am Saturday 8th February 2014

St Mary’s University’s in-form pair Andrew Osagie and Charlie Grice head to the British Indoor Championships this weekend with the pressure off, having already bagged World Indoor Championship qualifying times.  

Kingston's Law rules South East Schools Championships

6:00pm Thursday 6th February 2014

Surrey U17 cross-country champion Phoebe Law is ready to take on the nation after her latest cross country triumph, writes Stuart Amos.  

Walton's Penty out to challenge England's badminton best

Sutton Guardian: Out to upset the apple cart: Walton badminton player Toby Penty has high hopes after returning from injury

5:48pm Thursday 6th February 2014

Walton's Toby Penty believes he is the man to end Rajiv Ouseph’s English National Badminton Championships dominance – despite not hitting a shuttlecock in six months, writes Chris Bailey.

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