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Ronnie O’Sullivan says he wants to quit snooker and remains adamant he will miss this year’s World Championships to film a TV show.

Havering youngster Ruby Mace improved her week-old under-15 club hurdles record at the South of England Championships at Lee Valley on Saturday.

Ronnie O’Sullivan has fuelled speculation that he won’t take part in next year’s snooker World Championships.

Lakeside Hammers sell raceway

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Lakeside Hammers owner Stuart Douglas has confirmed the club are secure at Arena-Essex Raceway despite the land being sold.

Lakeside Hammers have been confirmed as joining the Championship for the 2018/19 speedway season.

Romford Town head coach Gary Rogers was delighted with their strong showing at the British and Enlgish National Championships at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge.

Happy away-day for Hornchurch

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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Upminster teenager Olly Beadle impressed at the Special Olympic National Games in Sheffield.

The proposal for a Market House has been dropped.

There were no excuses from Collier Row super-welterweight Sam McNess who lost his Southern Area title bid against Asinia Byfield at Stratford’s Copper Box Arena on Saturday.

Ice hockey youngsters sweep awards at annual event

Tennis teen impresses at Nottingham tournament

Australian spearheads Royal London One Day Cup rivals

Kat Clifton full of praise for FA People’s Cup, although keen for her team to get the chance to walk out at Wembley after just missing out in 2016

O’Sullivan out, but happier than ever

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Five-time champion loses to Ding Junhui

Five-time champion faces Ding in Crucible quarter-finals

O’Sullivan on top against Murphy

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Five-time champion holds three-frame lead at World Championships

Favourite beaten by qualifier in first round

Romford-based potter sets up all-China clash

The 20th century, as so many others, was a hotbed of conflict, with continents ravaged by two world wars, and smaller campaigns waged in Vietnam, Korea, Afghanistan, the Persian Gulf states.

Lynes is back with a bang

Friday, March 24, 2017

Hornchurch fighter proves point on ring return

More success for Beadle

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Upminster teenager and Barking & Dagenham College student takes two golds in Hertfordshire

BUCS silver for Havering’s Olawore

Monday, February 20, 2017

Long-jumper misses out on third indoor title

Our West Ham columnist Tony Cottee extols the virtues of that man Andy Carroll

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