April 19 2014 Latest news:
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Equipment manager stands down after long service
Elite League: Lakeside Hammers 69 Birmingham Brummies 20
Lakeside Hammers host Birmingham Brummies tonight at the Arena Essex Raceway, and co-promoter Jon Cook admits his side need to sharpen up at home – despite two wins.
While the likes of Peter Karlsson and Lewis Bridger have yet to hit top form, Lakeside Hammers co-promoter Jon Cook insists the early signs are promising.
Elite League: King’s Lynn Stars 51 Lakeside Hammers 39
Elite League: Lakeside Hammers 54 Leicester Lions 42
After Gemma Shepherd’s first match for Havering Hockey Club, aged 20, the seconds’ goalkeeper was medically retired.
Three Coopers’ Coborn pupils were part of an Old Loughts hockey team that clinched their first ever National Cup.
Team manager Mick Cahill moved quickly to try and dispel disquiet among Raiders fans following remarks made by player-coach Danny Marshall following the 10-5 home thrashing by Bracknell on Sunday.
Elite League: Birmingham Brummies 37 Lakeside Hammers 56
London Raiders rounded off their league season with a hard-fought 5-4 win down in Gosport on Saturday and a 10-5 loss at home to the Bracknell Hornets on Sunday.
Elite League: Lakeside Hammers 47 Swindon Robins 44
Marshall believes team can have play-off impact
Coopers land double, Redden Court and Chafford celebrate too
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After two redundancies, Amanda Jenner picked up a brush and started a new career which has helped various women feel good about their appearance along the way.
Project manager Tracey Lurton talks about her work with people who have learning disabilities.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.