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New: Arsenal Q&A: Gav from She Wore

Friday, December 8, 2017

It’s back by popular demand – our Friday Q&A. For this week we have a fifth generation Gooner, Gav from She Wore.

Read on for his hard-hitting take on all things Arsenal as well as opinions and memories which will chime for a lot of fans, including this correspondent...

Lee Valley Lions have announced the signing of defenceman Matthew Hamilton for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.

Key men Adam Voges, Sam Robson and Paul Sterling are all available to feature in Monday’s four-day contest

Two victims of the Finsbury Park terror attack are still in hospital two months after a van ploughed into worshippers as they left night prayers.

Lee Valley Lions will begin their 2017-18 National League season with a trip to face capital rivals Haringey Huskies at Alexandra Palace on Saturday, September 16.

Leyton Orient Trust are undertaking an oral history project gathering the memories of O’s fans and residents

Middlesex go to Cardiff on Friday night knowing that victory over Glamorgan could see them qualify for the quarter-finals of this season’s NatWest T20 Blast.

Steve Finn, with a display of fast and aggressive bowling, led Middlesex to a 61-run win over Gloucestershire in the Natwest T20 Blast at Uxbridge.

Middlesex beat Essex by 72 runs after posting a formidable 203-6 at Lord’s.

O’s fan Keith Crossman discusses his relationship with the Brisbane Road club and the recent disappointing years

Middlesex and Essex bowlers hoping to impress

Coach reflects on league format

Read former Gunners legend Manu Petit’s view on all things Arsenal and the FA Cup Final as he talks to online betting, poker and casino site bwin...

A gang of six drug dealers supplying heroin and crack cocaine in a network operating between east London, Norwich and Cardiff have been convicted after a year-long undercover operation involving three police forces.

Boss Lakhani hails treble-winning squad

Treble-chasing side suffer third straight defeat

Spurs were beaten in the cup by Charlton Athletic

Tottenham Ladies 2 Cardiff City 1

Defender Leah Rawle says the expressive style Spurs Ladies attack teams with shows they’re thriving at the summit of the FA Women’s Premier League South – and she is adamant the only expectations the squad have is that which they put on themselves.



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