October 30 2014 Latest news:
Hurdler holds on for title after stride trouble
Seventeen-year-old Havering AC discus thrower Georgie Taylor is full of excitement heading into tomorrow’s British Championships in Birmingham tomorrow, but for the youngster it was almost a missed opportunity.
Ditch your Friday night pint for charity event
Brentwood pupil invited to compete at British Indoors
The immediate future of cross country in Great Britain may look rosy, but there is someone looking to make sure it remains that way over the years to come.
Havering Mayesbrook long distance runner Lauren Deadman will start the new year in style, after being selected to run for Great Britain at the Edinburgh Cross Country International against Team Europe and the USA on January 11.
Lauren Deadman did her country proud when she was a member of the gold medal-winning Great Britain team at the European Cross Country Championships held in Belgrade on Sunday.
Debbie Appleton’s individual silver led Havering and Mayesbrook veteran women to third place in the Essex Championships in Claybury.
Lauren Deadman is heading to Slovenia next month after securing a place in the Great Britain team to compete in the European Cross Country Championships.
Daggers forward says club must stop losing points towards the end of matches
All-rounder selected for ECB Premier League XI
Elite League: Lakeside Hammers 45 Poole Pirates 45
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