Sweet victories for Southwark Legends
Southwark Legends (under-18) 80-77 Surrey Rams
Southwark Legends under-16 70-37 Maidstone Warriors
Across all events, Team Southwark secured twelfth place overall, out 33 London boroughs
"...we've improved and shown that females are as talented as the boys when it comes to basketball"
Bucks Hornets 46-36 Southwark Legend's U18
Bermondsey 4-3 Purley Walcountians
Opportunity for youngsters hoping to have a career in coaching
Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Whitstable 2-0 Stansfeld
“One of many fantastic employment and skills projects funded by London’s share of the England European Social Fund programme."
'Rocket Man' cyclist Fred Wright
Winner bagged £500
Sophia Sahai, Anna Forster and Margaret Forster making an impact in the pool
The club finished sixth our of 21, despite being the smallest competitive club in London
Forty five primary school pupils from Southwark made a big splash when they took part in the annual Peabody swimming gala.
Fifth place for Southwark Aquatics
“I strongly advise against crying and swimming simultaneously, not least to avoid ingesting salt water."
South London Renegades 12 - 6 London Warriors
London Warriors 6 - 12 South London Renegades
Dulwich Hamlet increase the gap at the top of the table.
Dulwich Hamlet 2-1 Brightlingsea Regent
“My old club, won the League there in 2010 as assistant manager, number two there, so that will be interesting,” Harrison
Three goal haul from Hincks
Chris is looking to extend his run to 6-0
"freak accident" prevents December showdown at 02
“I told Charlie on the day that I wanted him to get back to boxing"
Supporter link-up will boost fighter's exposure among ‘his own people’
Haye - “What he did in there tonight, not many heavyweights in the world could put a performance together to stop and grind down someone as tough as Ian Lewison.”
Four out of Six not bad going for Lynn
Curran said: “It is disappointing to lose but it was another great crowd here and it must have been a great game for the neutral”
Dulwich 214 (47.2) Old Rutlishians 179-9 (52) - match drawn
Oxted & Limpsfiled 206-9 (51) drew with Dulwich 201-8 (49)
Dulwich got off to a good start in the field when Jon Lodwick had Stuart Fletcher lbw off the last ball of his second over, but this was to be the last wicket for 35 overs as the second wicket pair added 166
The Charter School U13 Boys cricket team won the indoor Surrey County Championships
NatWest CricketForce comes to Dulwich
Southwark City Tennis Club championships a success
A sibling celebratation
Southwark City Tennis Club involved in talent search programme
An ace opportunity for Charles Dickens school kids
Abdullahi Daud wins regional tennis title for Southwark City
Joshua Usideme wins U'9 title in West London event
Trio competed for Britain at the International Italian Challenge Cup held in Caltanissetta, Sicily last week.
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