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Crow Lane veteran reflects on 47-13 loss at home to third-placed side and the positives they can take from the display

The Crow Lane club haven’t won away from home in the London Two North East since February 11 when they defeated Holt 15-10

Romford will be hoping to pick up some points to round off 2017 as they face fellow strugglers Norwich United.

Boro are now six points adrift at the bottom of the table after being held by the Hall

Old Cooperians coach Craig Ratford knows exactly what to expect when his side return to London Two North East action against Norwich this weekend.

Director of rugby hoping team will have right attitude on Saturday ahead of facing basement side in the division

Romford manager Paul Martin wants to start turning draws into wins after his side have picked up three points in their last three matches.

Crow Lane club putting plans in place for fixture with Chelmsford on November 25 after London Intermediate Cup tie was cancelled

The Crow Lane club came close to picking up a bonus point in East Anglia, but unfortunately had to return home with no reward

Stuart Pearce has returned to West Ham United as assistant to new manager David Moyes.

Crow Lane club aiming to get some revenge after suffering heavy loss on the road at Beeston Hyrne last season

Crow Lane club came into the game off the back of heavy defeats to Wanstead and Rochford Hundred, but they responded in fine fashion last weekend

Herons triumphed 27-23 at Coops on Saturday

James Ishmail paid tribute to his Romford team-mates after netting a late equaliser at Bostik North rivals Norwich United in midweek.

Romford manager Paul Martin is proud of his players after they nicked a late equaliser against fellow Bostik North strugglers Norwich United.

Bostik North: Norwich United 1 Romford 1

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

James Ishmail’s last-minute goal earned Romford a deserved point from their long Tuesday night trip to Norfolk.

Ship Lane club will pocket £3,000 in prize money if they win Sunday’s 1.30pm kick-off at Ship Lane

Tottenham forward Harry Kane’s late goal made sure England qualified for next summer’s World Cup in Russia as Gareth Southgate’s men beat Slovenia 1-0.

The 19th century Havering elite travelled to London on the Norwich Phenomena and the Ipswich Quicksilver, writes Prof Ged Martin

Bostik North: Norwich United 0 Hornchurch 2

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Hornchurch recorded their seventh straight league win of the season, and 11 in total, to ensure a happy trip back from Norfolk.

Hornchurch manager Jim McFarlane expects a tough game against Bostik North basement team Norwich United.

Boxing: Sheeraz shines in debut win

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Hamzah Sheeraz was happy with his five-minute pro debut win at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday.

A perfect 10 for Hornchurch

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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