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December 10 2013 Latest news:
Mike Evans-Jones racked up another impressive points tally as Hendon continued their resurgence, winning 39-6 at Quintin to secure a third consecutive victory and move up into sixth place in Herts/Middlesex Division Two.
Senior officials from the five leading sports have been called into a summit meeting with the Government today on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing, it can be revealed.
Talented lock forward Hayden Smith has returned to Saracens after spending 18 months with the American Football franchise New York Jets.
Nick Easter believes Harlequins have “rediscovered” themselves after an emphatic 32-8 victory over Racing Metro.
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall praised his team’s “clinical” performance in their Heineken Cup clash against Zebre in Italy.
Racing Metro 8 Harlequins 32
Brian Smith has named his side for the vital Challenge Cup Pool game with Stade Francais.
London Wasps are missing Christian Wade after his ankle injury last weekend ruled him out for most of the season.
Harlequins have named the in-form Nick Evans in their side to face Racing Metro 92.
Saracens will start with Chris Ashton against Zebre in the Heineken Cup.
Premiership Rugby chief executive Mark McCafferty has revealed that alternative plans to the Heineken Cup will be drawn up as quickly as possible.
EXCLUSIVE: George Kruis admits Saracens will have to beat Toulouse in France to qualify for the Heineken Cup knock-out stages – but he says they must first focus on the upcoming double-header against Zebre.
EXCLUSIVE: Jack Wilson has hailed the education he is receiving under Saracens wing duo Chris Ashton and David Strettle – and he feels the latter is making it impossible for England to ignore him any longer.
A school for children with learning disabilities has won two international awards for its work with schools in other countries.
Trailblazing innovations saw master organ builder Henry Willis become the darling of the Victorian age - and his work can be seen to this day at Alexandra Palace and cathedrals across the country, discovers Adam Sonin.
Peter Gorb, businessman, pioneering design management teacher, and one of Hampstead’s most charismatic champions, has died aged 87.
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