Commonwealth Games star Joyce is no “dumpling”

Sutton Guardian:

4:38pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

Putney boxer Joe Joyce has played down his professional demolition of Scotland’s Ross Henderson in the last 16 of the Commonwealth Games super heavyweight division.

Edwards bemoans Commonwealth Games exit at the hands of Scotland's "golden boy"

Sutton Guardian:

Charlie Edwards’ Commonwealth Games boxing adventure lasted just three rounds after a second round defeat to Scotland’s Reece McFadden – much to his dissatisfaction.

Strawberry Hill golfer out to build on Open experience

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 28th July 2014

Strawberry Hill golfer Chris Rodgers might not have been completely satisfied with his British Open debut, but he is hoping it is a platform to bigger and better things.

Twickenham's Mitchell happy to look forward with confidence in GP3

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Saturday 26th July 2014

Twickenham racing driver Mitchell Gilbert may not have got the results to prove it but is finally happy he is getting somewhere this season.

Edwards' opening shot at Commonwealth Games gold put on hold until Sunday

Sutton Guardian:

9:24am Friday 25th July 2014

Beddington boxer Charlie Edwards will have to wait until tonight to discover his first opponent in his campaign for Commonwealth Games gold after being handed a bye in the first round draw.

Tiffin schoolgirl Mehmet: I could have won English amateur title

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Friday 25th July 2014

Tiffin Girls’ School student Inci Mehmet admitted two tee shots cost her English Women’s Amateur Championship title last week.

Cowell: Commonwealth showcase can put tumbling on the map

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

A Richmond gymnast is hoping a starring role in the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony can see her sport become part of the Olympic programme.

South Korea is no Ollie-day for Esher's Millroy

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Ollie Millroy is one to give up on a lost cause and he is hoping to build on a South Korean horror show next month.

Surbiton High ambassador Alcott ready to inspire next generation

Sutton Guardian:

5:08pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

Four-time Winter Olympian Chemmy Alcott is no stranger to adversity and, having hung up her skis after Sochi 2014, she is hoping to inspire Surrey’s next generation of budding athletes, writes Chris Bailey.

Adolphe and Garvey take a winning professional bow

Sutton Guardian:

10:36am Monday 21st July 2014

Former Earlsfield ABC representatives Louis Adolphe and Kirk Garvey both recorded victories in their professional debuts at York Hall last week.

Britain's men's four confident of gold at World Championships

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 21st July 2014

Surbiton's Moe Sbihi has warned Team GB men's four has plenty of room for improvement ahead of the World Championships next month.

Sinclair's vicious right-hand sets up a Queensbury League rematch

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Thursday 17th July 2014

Thornton Heath's Duane Sinclair was crowned Queensbury Boxing League’s national light heavyweight champion last weekend, after brutally disposing of fellow challenger Dominic Felix.

Smart Inci in English amateur title hunt in Cornwall

Sutton Guardian:

12:22pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

Tiffin Girls’ School student Inci Mehmet saw the value in education to lead the English Women’s Amateur Championship after the first round on Tuesday.

Kingston plays part in Surrey's English Schools success

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Mae Thompson secured a 400 metre hurdles silver medal as Surrey lifted the English School Athletics Championships team title on Sunday, writes Stuart Amos.

Contrasting fortunes for Surbiton stars

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Wednesday 16th July 2014

Surbiton trio Hollie Webb, Georgie Twigg and Giselle Ansley will go to next week’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow full of confidence after lifting the Investec London Cup at the weekend but clubmate will be thinking otherwise, writes Colin Pike.

Weir sets course for Commonwealth gold

Sutton Guardian:

4:01pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir is on course for Commonwealth Games glory should the speed of his outing at the Sainsbury’s Glasgow Grand Prix be replicated on his return to Scotland later this month, writes Joshua Richards.

Twickenham's Gilbert vows to bounce back from horror crash

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Monday 14th July 2014

ADD Motorsports driver Mitchell Gilbert walked away from the worst crash of his career that turned his dream GP3 Series debut into a nightmare at Silverstone last week.

Adolphe steps into the professional ring with promises of excitement for all boxing fans

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Monday 14th July 2014

New pro Louis Adolphe says fight fans can expect excitement from him when he makes his long-awaited pro-debut next week.

Kids do Kingston proud at London Youth Games and Kuzuki wants more

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Wednesday 9th July 2014

Kingston swimmer Issei Kuzuki admits even he was taken by surprise as he rebounded from last year’s heartache to clinch gold in the pool at the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games, writes Jonny Green.

Wandsworth crowned champions of London

Sutton Guardian:

9:48pm Sunday 6th July 2014

Wandsworth are champions of London for the second year running after being crowned Balfour Beatty London Youth Games winners on Sunday.

Weir challanges Farah to race at Richmond Running Festival launch

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Saturday 5th July 2014

Paralympic hero David Weir CBE launched a new junior wheelchair event this week as part of the Richmond Running Festival on September 21 and then challenged Mo Farah to a race.

Twickenham's Gilbert quits F3 for GP3 Series shot at Silverstone

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Friday 4th July 2014

ADD Motorsports driver Mitchell Gilbert has called time on his stint in Formula 3 to land a dream drive in the GP3 Series at Silverstone this weekend.

Ex-Tolworth student ready for lonely life at sea

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A former Tolworth Girls School student is getting used to a spell of solitary confinement this month as she prepares for a daunting 2015 challenge, writes Pippa Field.

Fenn ready to put his new-found boxing skills to the test

Sutton Guardian:

8:32am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Warren Fenn reckons he will be "an unstoppable force" when he gets back in the ring later this month.

Queensbury king Parsons will bring belt back home to Kingston

Sutton Guardian: Big win: Danny Parsons took on, and beat, Hassan Abdi last weekend

6:30am Tuesday 1st July 2014

Danny Parsons is confident his big fight experience can bring another boxing belt back to Kingston ahead of his Queensbury Boxing League national lightweight title showdown next month.

New Addington's Gardner is ready to explode

Sutton Guardian: Ready: Gareth Gardner, right

2:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

New Addington’s undefeated champion Gareth Gardner has promised fans an explosive performance when he returns to the Queensbury Boxing League ring next month.

Robertson roars to a big lead in the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup

Sutton Guardian: Podium man: Charlie Robertson claimed two second place finishes at Croft last weekend

12:08pm Monday 30th June 2014

Whyteleafe motorhead Charlie Robertson leapt back to the top of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup standings at Croft last weekend.

Onslow-Cole hails team-mate over maiden British GT podium

Sutton Guardian: Chequered flag: Strata 21's Paul White gets his Aston Martin Vantage GT3 over the line in third last week

12:00pm Sunday 29th June 2014

New Malden racing drive Tom Onslow-Cole hailed team-mate Paul White as the pair secured a maiden British GT Championship podium finish for Strata 21 last Sunday.

Molesey man have more in the tank

Sutton Guardian: Warming to the task: George Nash, left, is pleased how the Team GB men's four is shaping up

9:22pm Saturday 28th June 2014

Molesey Boat Club’s George Nash has warned men’s four rivals Australia his crew has plenty more in the tank this summer.

Epsom's Richards ready to take on the world

Sutton Guardian: Leaving on a jet plane: Epsom's star of the future Shona Richards, far left

1:00pm Friday 27th June 2014

When it comes to sporting idols, Ewell Village athlete Shona Richards has two, starting with Dame Kelly Holmes and ending with dad Tony.

Brace yourself, Gardner is ready to explode in the Queensbury Boxing League

Sutton Guardian: All out action: New Addington’s Gareth Gardner, left, in the Queensbury Boxing League

7:00am Tuesday 24th June 2014

New Addington’s undefeated champion Gareth Gardner has promised fans an explosive performance when he returns to the Queensbury Boxing League ring next month.

Joyce overjoyed to be heading to the Commonwealth Games with his band of brothers

Sutton Guardian: Boxing clever: Joe Joyce has won his first major international medal at the European Championships

1:03pm Friday 20th June 2014

Putney bruiser Joe Joyce is still waiting for the news to sink in that he has been selected for the England boxing squad ahead of the Commonwealth Games.

Twickenham's Golding falls short of SW19 best

Sutton Guardian: Off form: Twickenham's Oliver Golding

12:00pm Friday 20th June 2014

Twickenham’s Oliver Golding let a one-set lead slip against Swiss opponent Marco Chiudinelli as his dream of claiming wildcard entry for next week’s Wimbledon Championships ended at Roehampton this week.

Edwards buzzing for Commonwealth Games gold glory

Sutton Guardian: Raw power: Charlie Edwards beat Blane Hyland on a split decision en route to becoming the England National Finals flyweight champion

11:59am Friday 20th June 2014

Beddington boxer Charlie Edwards is heading to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with just one intention, to return with the gold medal.

Renfer & Co lead Kingston's Super Saturday

Sutton Guardian: Rising star: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Mollie Renfer sprints home to win the senior women’s 1,500m title at the South of England Championships 	Deadlinepix SP81799

1:00pm Wednesday 18th June 2014

Chris Dack, Mollie Renfer and Mary Iheke led the Kingston & Polytechnic Harriers medal charge at the South of England U20 and senior championships over the weekend.

Injured Connor pulls out of Masters title shot

Sutton Guardian: Down his luck: Cassius Connor has been forced to pull out his shot at the vacant International Masters Silver lightweight title due to a back injury

9:17am Wednesday 18th June 2014

Sutton lightweight Cassius Connor has been forced to withdraw from his shot at the vacant International Masters Silver lightweight title due to a back injury.

Connor goes the extra step in preparation for Masters shot

Sutton Guardian: Sparring partners: Cassius Connor, right, with the IBF super bantamweight champion Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton

7:00am Saturday 14th June 2014

Sutton lightweight boxer Cassius Connor is putting himself through the mill ahead of next month's International Masters Silver challenge.

Olympic snowboarder Jenny Jones launches school sports fortnight

Sutton Guardian: Karen Davey, Wyn Pitt, Jo Silvester, Jenny Jones, Emma Bloxsome, Nathalie Bull and Gemma Abrook

5:00am Thursday 12th June 2014

Children at Singlegate and William Morris Primary Schools enjoyed a visit from the bronze medal winner.

Lawrence ends two year Bushy Park parkrun drought

Sutton Guardian: And they are off: The start of Saturday's Bushy Park parkrun

1:00pm Monday 9th June 2014

Thames Hare & Hounds star Andrew Lawrence claimed his first Bushy Park parkrun win for more than two years on Saturday.

Teddington recover to secure winning draw

Sutton Guardian: Early exit: Teddington bowler Harry Bush appeals for the wicket of former England Test star Mark Ramprakash on Saturday

6:10am Monday 9th June 2014

Teddington's middle order salvaged a winning draw with visitors Stanmore on Saturday as they slipped off the summit of the Middlesex County League Premier Division.

Davis geared up for busy summer at Ham Polo Club

Sutton Guardian: Cavaliers star Benjie Davis, light blue, gives chase as Charlie Wood launches an attack for Quadriga in the Ham House Trophy final

7:50am Sunday 8th June 2014

For Benjie Davis polo is in the blood and right now is the Richmond player’s bread and butter.  

Iqbal gets back in the ring to prove he can shoulder the burden

Sutton Guardian: Welcome back: Huzaifah Iqba returns to the ring this weekend after injury

9:00am Saturday 7th June 2014

Croydon light heavyweight Huzaifah Iqbal is ready to put his injury nightmares behind him next month, as he prepares to make his long awaited return to the ring.

Welsh wonder Williams has a future at Crystal Palace, says the man who knows the player best

Sutton Guardian: Where is best? Jonny Williams should find his best position... and soon, says academy boss Issott

4:03pm Thursday 5th June 2014

Crystal Palace academy boss Gary Issott has reassured supporters that midfield starlet Jonathan Williams can have a future at Selhurst Park, but admits the Welshman needs to find his best position.

Whyteleafe teenager ready to redress the balance

Sutton Guardian: Back on the track: Charlie Robertson returns to action this weekend at Oulton Park in the latest round of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup

3:50pm Thursday 5th June 2014

Whyteleafe teenager Charlie Robertson is determined to move back into the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup championship top three after disappointment at Thruxton last time out.

Flowers suffers a rotten weekend, but time is on his side

Sutton Guardian: Bad weekend: Silverstone was not a happy hunting ground for Matt Flowers last weekend

8:11am Thursday 5th June 2014

Banstead racer Matt Flowers has three weeks to sort out his ride ahead of the next meeting of the GT5 Challenge G40 Championship.

Molesey's Sbihi and men's four send out Olympic warning

Sutton Guardian: Golden boys: The Team GB men's four of Alex Gregory, left, George Nash, Andrew Triggs Hodge and Moe Sbihi celebrate at the European Championships      Picture: Intersport Images

11:00am Wednesday 4th June 2014

Surbiton’s Moe Sbihi and fellow Molesey Boat Club stars Andrew Triggs Hodge and George Nash sent out a warning to their potential  2016 Olympic rivals in Brazil on Sunday, writes Stuart Amos.  

Colets secure 13th national club crown

Sutton Guardian: Not quite there: The Colet's women's team were not able to match the exploits of the club's men

9:12am Wednesday 4th June 2014

The Colets’ Men’s squash stars have European domination in their sights after claiming a 13th National Club Squash Championsahip title on Sunday.  

Whyatt pulls no excuses after the towel is thrown in

Sutton Guardian: Start again: Whyatt fell to Speight on Friday        SP84889

3:57pm Tuesday 3rd June 2014

Craig Whyatt is making no excuses after his shot at the flyweight Southern Area title ended in defeat.

Connor ready to face anyone for a shot at British Masters bronze

Sutton Guardian: Bring it on: Cassius Connor from Sutton

3:03pm Tuesday 3rd June 2014

Sutton boxer Cassius Connor says he will fight anyone put in front of him as he prepares for a shot at the lightweight British Masters bronze title.

Surbiton's Sbihi is Moe-tivated for medals

Sutton Guardian: Ready for action: Surbiton's Mioe Sbihi, second from right, is in the Team GB men's four boat this weekend with Molesey Boat Club team-mates Andrew Triggs Hodge and George Nash

12:00pm Saturday 31st May 2014

Surbiton’s Moe Sbihi hopes the experience of finally winning a championship title becomes a habit, having experienced two years of frustration.  








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