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Hampstead & Westminster returned empty-handed from their 400-mile round trip to Manchester, fighting back from two goals down against Brooklands in the men’s Premier Division but conceding a decisive strike in a 3-2 defeat.

Karthink Ramulu (left) came off the bench to score the decisive two goals for Highbury

Super sub Karthik Ramulu was the hero as Swiss Cottage-based Highbury Korfball Club’s second team produced a stunning comeback from five goals down to overcome the previously unbeaten league leaders Bec III 10-8 in London League Two.

Tin-Tin Ho shows off her award

Paddington table tennis star Tin-Tin Ho has been named Young Sports Person of the Year at the inaugural British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.

Audun Nordtveit, Highgate Harriers

Audun Nordtveit finished inside the top 10 as Highgate Harriers’ men’s team secured an impressive fourth place in Saturday’s English Championships at Parliament Hill Fields.

Richard Alexander (left) in action for Hampstead & Westminster. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster suffered a 1-0 home defeat against title contenders Beeston in the men’s Premier Division on Sunday.

Highbury's first and second teams gather together after facing each other in the final of a tournament in Leeds. Pic: Rob Wakerell

Highbury’s teams faced each other in the final of a tournament in Leeds at the weekend as the Swiss Cottage-based outfit finished first and second out of 16 entrants.

Left to right: Chandos Tennis Club's Marcus Gan, Oliver Gan and Gunther Darkey

Chandos Tennis Club have qualified for the National Premier Indoor League doubles final after beating last year’s champions, Gosling Sports Park, in a tie-break shoot-out.

Matt Botha (centre) scored both of Hampstead's goals. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster resumed the second half of their season in the men’s Premier Divison on Sunday, earning an important 2-1 win away against basement boys Canterbury which took them away from the bottom two.

Highgate Harriers men show off their silverware after they secured a third successive Metropolitan League title and won the Howard Williams Senior Trophy. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers’ men secured a hat-trick of Metropolitan League titles on Saturday, topping Division One for the third year in a row.

Ana Rocha (centre) in action for Highbury Korfball Club. Pic: Richard Hayward

Swiss Cottage-based Highbury Korfball Club secured their first back-to-back victories of the season with a 25-12 thumping of lowly Nomads III, moving up to fourth place in the London Regional League.

Camden Fencing Club's Eden Amsalem (right) in action. Pic: Graham Morrison

The eighth GLL Camden International cadet sabre tournament was held at the Copper Box Arena in the Olympic Park at the weekend, involving over 160 of the top fencers from 16 countries in Europe and beyond.

Highbury Korfball Club's Matthew Dodds. Pic: Richard Hayward

Highbury Korfball Club produced a dominant display, beating Croydon II 19-9 in the London Regional League to put last week’s defeat behind them.

Camden Swiss Cottage’s new head coach Matt Heathcock

Swimmers from Camden Swiss Cottage welcomed their new head coach Matt Heathcock with some impressive racing at the first two weekends of the Middlesex County age group and youth competition held at Barnet Copthall Leisure Centre.

From left: Highgate Harriers’ Ben Noad, Brahma Pochee, Murray Strain, Jon Laybourn and Robert Wilson won bronze medals at the South of England Cross-Country Championships at Stanmer Park in Brighton. Pic: Dieter Perry

Jon Laybourn stormed to his best ever cross-country finish as Highgate Harriers’ men came third at the South of England Championships in Brighton on Saturday.

Mirelle Geervliet (left) in action for Highbury Korfball Club. Pic: Richard Hayward

Highbury Korfball Club threw away a commanding half-time lead and slipped to an 18-15 defeat at home against Bearstead, which ends the Swiss Cottage-based side’s hopes of promotion this season.

James Ward

Camden’s James Ward left the Australian Open with his head held high, despite exiting in the first round after losing to the Spaniard Fernando Verdasco.

From left: Highgates Robel Bahelbi, Ben Noad and Shaun Dixon are quickly off the start line. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers’ men are on course to win the Metropolitan League for the third year in a row, topping the table after the penultimate race on Saturday.

Ding Junhui

Chinese star Ding Junhui has his sights set on prising the prestigious Dafabet Masters title away from defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan at Alexandra Palace next week.

Matthew Dodds (centre) in action for Highbury. Pic: Richard Hayward

Swiss Cottage-based Highbury Korfball Club returned from their festive break with a narrow 13-10 home defeat against Nomads II.

Highgate Harriers' Under-15 boys' team, left to right: Dempster Fawden, Tal Pelmont, Abel Sinko Uribe. Pic: Dieter Perry

Brothers Dempster and Terry Fawden both collected individual titles as Highgate Harriers’ junior teams swept to success in the Middlesex Cross-Country Championships at Alexandra Park.

London Youth Games Opening Ceremony

The biggest annual youth sports event is expanding once again for 2015

Tin-Tin Ho (left) with her silver medal. Pic: Michael Loveder

Table tennis ace Tin-Tin Ho was again beaten by her nemesis Maria Tsaptsinos and had to settle for the silver medal at the Junior Masters.

Shaun Dixon (left) leads the Highgate Harriers contingent in Saturday's Metropolitan League race at Uxbridge

Highgate Harriers’ men are top of the Metropolitan League at Christmas, despite coming second behind Serpentine in the third of the five fixtures in Uxbridge on Saturday.

Chloe O'Sullivan Healy (centre) on the top of the podium at the Commonwealth Championships in Edinburgh

Paddington Academy student Chloe O’Sullivan Healy has kicked her way to a gold medal at the Commonwealth Championships in Edinburgh, while former pupil Moatez Jomni has been invited to join the GB Paralympic team.

Mirelle Geervliet scored Highbury's first goal. Pic: Richard Hayward

Swiss Cottage-based Highbury Korfball Club were given a lesson from an experienced Trojans II side, losing 20-7 in the London Regional League.

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