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Highgate Harriers swept the board with a devastating display at the North of Thames cross-country championships in Kingsbury on Saturday.

Highbury Korfball Club captain Moses Hutchinson-Pascal (right). Pic: Richard Hayward

Captain Moses Hutchinson-Pascal struck seven goals as Swiss Cottage-based Highbury Korfball Club cruised to a comfortable 19-9 home win over Mitcham.

The Hall School sent six teams and 22 boys to the British Independent Schools ski race at the Hemel Hempstead ski dome

The Hall School enjoyed a fine performance in the British Independent Schools ski races at the Hemel Hempstead snow dome, entering three teams who all competed strongly.

Hampstead's players (in blue and white) are despondent as East Grinstead players celebrate at Padidngton Recreation Ground. Pic: Steph Kalber

Hampstead & Westminster conceded three goals in four second-half minutes as they suffered a 6-3 home defeat against unbeaten East Grinstead in the men’s Premier Division on Sunday.

Moses Hutchinson-Pascal (left). Pic: Richard Hayward

Captain Moses Hutchinson-Pascal scored a last-minute equaliser as Highbury came from behind three times in the closing stages to secure a 19-19 draw with Croydon in their opening fixture of the England Korfball Promotion Division.

Ana Rocha (right) in action for Highbury Korfball Club

Highbury Korfball Club emerged victorious against reigning champions Bec II in their opening fixture of the season, triumphing 16-12 in the London Regional League.

Audun Nordtveit

Norwegian international Audun Nordtveit swept to victory as Highgate Harriers took their first step towards a potential hat-trick of Metropolitan League successes.

Tin-Tin Ho

Paddington’s teenage table tennis star Tin-Tin Ho made the most of her late call-up to the Europe Youth Top 10 event as she won five matches out of nine to finish fifth in the junior girls’ event.

Hampstead's Richard Alexander (right) and Will Naylor (left) celebrate with Andy Hayward after the New Zealand international opened the scoring in the draw at Beeston. Pic: Josh Dixon

Summer signing Andy Hayward scored his sixth goal from a penalty corner in four games as Hampstead & Westminster drew 1-1 away against last year’s champions Beeston in the men’s Premier Division.

Shaun Dixon (centre) in action for Highgate Harriers

Highgate Harriers achieved their best ever result in the men’s national six-stage road relay, coming second at Sutton Park near Birmingham.

Highgate Harriers president Henry Dodwell (right) presents Ben Pochee with a certificate of honorary life membership

Highgate Harriers’ young athletes bade farewell to coach and club stalwart Ben Pochee with a ceremonial lap of honour at Parliament Hill Fields.

Hampstead & Westminster's Andy Hayward (left) scored a hat-trick against Canterbury, with the New Zealand international taking his tally to four goals in two games for his new club. Pic: Mark Clews

A hat-trick of penalty corners from Andy Hayward helped Hampstead and Westminster storm to a comfortable 5-1 victory over Canterbury and maintain their winning start in the NOW:Pensions Men’s Premier League.

Highgate Harriers' men's team manager Ben Pochee

Highgate Harriers’ A and B teams both finished in the top 25 sides at Saturday’s Southern six-stage road relay to qualify for the national event.

Will Naylor (centre) wheels away after scoring the winning goal, while Oliver Didham (left) celebrates. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead and Westminster seized victory from the jaws of defeat as they started their 14th consecutive season in the NOW:Pensions Premier League with a last-gasp 2-1 home win over London rivals Wimbledon.

Muswell Hill Golf Club's ladies scatch team

Muswell Hill Golf Club’s ladies retained the prestigious Middlesex five-a-side scratch title after beating Hendon in the final at Stanmore on Saturday.

Hampstead & Westminster's new goalkeeper Harry Gibson

New Hampstead and Westminster goalkeeper Harry Gibson believes his new side could be dark horses in the NOW: Pension’s Men’s Hockey League Premier Division – providing all of the new arrivals click and quickly.

Tin-Tin Ho

Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho is celebrating winning three gold medals at the 2014 Sainsbury’s School Games in Manchester.

Tin-Tin Ho

Commonwealth Games table tennis medallist Tin-Tin Ho has the chance to shine again on the international stage at the European Team Championships.

Ingimar Tomasson of Highgate School

Highgate youngster Ingimar Tomasson says his Wimbledon experience will inspire him to new heights after playing in front of Tim Henman at the All England Club.

Tin-Tin Ho in action for England

Paddington’s teenage star Tin-Tin Ho has returned home with a silver medal after starring for England at the Commonwealth Games.

Hannah Viner

Highgate Harriers’ combined team did just enough to stave off relegation by scraping a third-place finish in their final Southern League match of the season.

Chris Tomlinson competed in the men's long jump final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow (pic: David Davies/PA)

A philosophical Chris Tomlinson admitted his best was not quite good enough after finishing fifth in the Commonwealth Games long jump final.

The UCS team that contested the finals (left to right): Ben Zuckerman, Alex Zuckerman, Ben Jones, Jimmy Benjamin and Jamie Osrin

University College School’s tennis team finished in the top eight Under-19 sides in Great Britain at the national finals in Sheffield – despite most of them being 16 years old or younger.

Chris Tomlinson

Chris Tomlinson will go into next week’s Commonwealth Games long jump competition brimming with confidence after a morale-boosting victory at the London Anniversary Games at Horse Guards Parade in Westminster on Sunday.

Dereck Chisora (right) has been forced to pull out of his fight with Tyson Fury due to injury

Hampstead’s Dereck Chisora has been forced to withdraw from his showdown with Tyson Fury this Saturday at the Phones 4 U Arena in Manchester after suffering a fractured left hand in his last sparring session leading up to the fight.

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