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He may not have won the coveted track board trophy at Six Day London but Limehouse cycling star Georg Mew Jensen is determined experience more of the same after racing in front of the biggest crowd of their career at the Lee Valley VeloPark.

Surgeons at the Royal London’s dental hospital throw open the doors tomorrow to meet anyone looking for an apprenticeship or a job.

A brace from Mirco Pruijser guided the Netherlands to victory over England as the hosts booked their place in the Rabo EuroHockey Championships final.

A final quarter strike from Marloes Keetels guided the Netherlands to victory over England in their Rabo EuroHockey Championships semi-final clash.

England’s men are into the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships after coming from behind to defeat Ireland in Amsterdam.

EuroHockey: England 2 Scotland 0

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

England’s women booked their place in the semi-finals of the EuroHockey Championships with victory over Scotland in Amsterdam.

England Hockey have announced an 18-strong women’s squad for the Rabo EuroHockey Championships in the Netherlands later this month.

Hampstead & Westminster’s Harry Martin included in 18-man party

A 14-year-old from Bethnal Green enjoys success at the 21st annual Open Central England Karate Championships this weekend.

England international buoyed by Rotterdam experience

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will visit Poplar to mark the centenary of the First World War bombing of a school which killed 18 children.

Youngster receives award from first-team star Antonio

West Ham youngsters learn valuable lessons

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Under-12s compete at Truce Tournament in Belgium

Under-12 squad prepare for Premier League Truce tournament

Paralympic champion moves to top of rankings ahead of final

Our nightly look at the past in the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary has arrived at the Great War and an incident that shocked the nation and the world, the execution of a nurse who had qualified at the London Hospital working in Belgium when the Germans invade. Nurse Edith Cavell had helped Allies soldiers trapped behind enemy to escape, but was caught. It costs her life...

Paralympic champion meets French rival in semi-finals

Quartet book semi-final spots on day two

Competition underway at Olympic Park

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