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RICHARD Johnson has backed his Middlesex pace attack to fill the void left by Tim Murtagh’s international call-up in this week’s trip to fellow high-fliers Durham.Read
MICHAEL Harriman said his clearance off the line in the opening minutes at Anfield turned out to be just what the doctor ordered.
HARRY Redknapp said the final day defeat at Liverpool underlined the need for greater quality if the Rs are to mount a promotion challenge next season.
RANGERS took their leave from the Premier League displaying plenty of fight, which has not always been evident this year, but also limitations, which certainly have.
PHIL Babb is confident he has the credentials to take his first steps into the managerial world with Hayes & Yeading United.Read
THE rebuilding job has begun at Hayes & Yeading United following the appointment of Phil Babb as manager.Read
WHEN it comes to road trips the cricket gear is not the only piece of sporting equipment to be found in Gareth Berg’s kit bag.Read
MARK Ramprakash believes the key to Middlesex’s success as a batting unit lies in beefing up what is between their ears.Read
JOSE BOSINGWA had to be taken off at half time because the vitriol raining down on the ex-Chelsea defender was damaging Rangers' hopes of getting back in the match, said Harry Redknapp.
HARRY Redknapp has warned that the QPR side he has at his disposal is not good enough to even finish in the top half of the Championship next season.
EX LIVERPOOL and Eire defender Phil Babb has been chosen as the man to lead Hayes & Yeading United Football Club into their next chapter in the Conference South.
LUKE Williams is looking forward to bigger and better things with Hayes & Yeading next season.Read
Uxbridge 5-2 Brentford XI - Middlesex Senior Charity Cup FinalRead
PLAYING father figure to Middlesex’s next Steven Finn is proving a thrill not a chore to Corey Collymore.Read
RICHARD Scott has challenged his Middlesex side to prove they can live without ‘home’ comforts during their upcoming May road trip.Read
NORTHWOOD got off to a winning start in their first game of the new Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division Two season.Read
COWLEY Bowls Club showed nerves of steel to hold out for a narrow victory over Richings Park.Read
UXBRIDGE CC U15s A opened their league campaign with a convincing eight-wicket victory over Harefield.Read
QPR earned a collective pat on the back from Harry Redknapp for refusing to buckle after conceding a goal to Arsenal within 15 seconds at Loftus Road.
HARRY Redknapp hailed his 'fantastic' loan signing Andros Townsend after a top notch performance against Arsenal – but admitted he is resigned to losing the player in the summer.
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