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A first half double-double for Brandon Peel (22 points, 13 rebounds) helped power the London Lions to their sixth league win in a row, against Plymouth at the Copper Box on Wednesday.

Romford Town Swimming Club’s David Ebanks is competing at his second Commonwealth Games – for the Cayman Islands.

Fresh from beating Newcastle, the team currently sitting in second in the BBL table, the London Lions did it again on Easter Sunday, beating leaders Leicester Riders at the Copper Box Arena.

London Lions enjoyed a superb win double in the British Basketball League at the weekend.

The Queen was in east London today to hear first-hand about the Royal Navy’s relief operation in the aftermath of Caribbean Hurricane Irma.

Bow teenager Tony Buttigieg has been fired up for his next fight by watching an interview with his opponent on You Tube.

Lakeside Hammers got their play-off bid back on track with a comfortable home victory over Stoke at Purfleet.

Lakeside Hammers boss Kelvin Tatum conceded his side were second best as they went down 57-32 at Plymouth.

Lakeside Hammers star Alfie Bowtell says his side need to turn their away fortunes around when they head to Plymouth tomorrow evening.

Lakeside Hammers maintained their unblemished home record with a 44-33 win over Mildenhall in a meeting cut short after 13 races.

Lakeside Hammers boss Kelvin Tatum admits his juggling act with guests for Lakeside is going to provide an ever-increasing headache as the season goes on.

Promoter Jon Cook cut a frustrated figure as ill fortune and a lack of lower-order firepower proved costly in Lakeside Hammers’ loss at Kent.

Unbeaten record on the line against Buxton

First-team captain has exercised option in his contract to leave club after relegation

Lakeside Hammers 55 Plymouth 35

Lakeside Hammers Zach Wajtknecht says his side can’t take anything for granted ahead tomorrow’s (Saturday) home clash against Plymouth at the Arena-Essex Raceway.

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